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Old 07-05-2011, 04:49 PM   #61
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Her name is Melanie. I'll see if I can find out if she saw the whole thing.
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yeah she called in the wreck, i was looking down turn 6 throughout turn 7. so im sure she knows what went down that day
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Old 07-05-2011, 04:54 PM   #62
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next time you see someone making questionable moves like that, please tell a staff member immediately. sorry about your dad, i was there shortly after it happened, i was the first staff member at the scene followed by another staffer, AJ did a great job and so did the EMT's, as for blaming another rider, please wait to find out the true story.

sorry to hear of the injury he sustained and we hope that he makes a full and fast recovery.
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Old 07-05-2011, 05:04 PM   #63
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I'm guessing your dad doesnt remember?

I'd refrain from calling the dude out and saying he's the reason why your dad has a broken neck unless you know that's the case. AJ600RR was corner working 6, I'd start by PMing him.

I know exactly who you're referring to though. He passed me in turn 10 a little closer than I thought he should have, but I only had to make a slight adjustment.
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No doubt thats why I was hoping to get some more info from someone on here. Ive talked to the corner worker and i've talked to the rider. Whether it was his fault or not I am going through with it. There is no reason to ride like that at a track day, maybe I can help keep someone else from going down because of him.
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Old 07-05-2011, 05:08 PM   #64
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next time you see someone making questionable moves like that, please tell a staff member immediately. sorry about your dad, i was there shortly after it happened, i was the first staff member at the scene followed by another staffer, AJ did a great job and so did the EMT's, as for blaming another rider, please wait to find out the true story.

sorry to hear of the injury he sustained and we hope that he makes a full and fast recovery.
Thanks to everyone who helped for doing a great job getting him under control and to the hospital. I will inform someone sooner next time. I hope the other rider had nothing to do with it. I hope that I am wrong. But I am making a point out of it so that I can find the truth out.

I dont want to make a big deal out of it all. I just want the true story and I want the rider to be aware of his recklessness if he does post on here.

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Old 07-05-2011, 05:33 PM   #65
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Thank you, I would appreciate that.

I do apologize for the neck comment blaming the other rider. I am just trying to make sure people realize the seriousness of the matter its not like it was just an easy off. If that was the case I would have probably never brought it up.
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Old 07-05-2011, 09:42 PM   #66
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YGPM Nappy. Sounds like he just ran wide and possibly target fixated. It wasn't caused by any other riders. I'd suggest if you'd like to express any concerns of your track day, that you contact LSTD directly. They're a great bunch of people and their number one concern is rider safety.

I hope your dad has a speedy and full recovery! That's part of the danger us rider's partake in every time we swing our leg over the seat. Hopefully you guys will be back at the track again soon!
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Old 07-05-2011, 10:32 PM   #67
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Thanks for the PM. Ill show it to him this evening. I have no issues with LSTD. The danger is understood and accepted.

Ill be at another one this month hopefully.
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