Talk:Safety at the track

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Sorry... I can't let this statement stand:

   "will probably kill you in a normal street car" 

It's just logically flawed. Lots of cars have hit walls, few people have died... so "probably" just doesn't work. We don't need dramatics when we're trying to get people interested. I think the wording that I substituted was reasonable.

<EJ: 3/03/2007>

While I think this is a very important section to the wiki, I find most of the wording to be speculative and "off the cuff." If we want to be taken seriously, we should try to be as precise and well-spoken as possible, using scientific data wherever applicable. Maybe it's time for a re-write? Conan 06:50, 5 March 2007 (PST)