In a quick addition and summation to what I'm saying, I just feel that the issue should be addressed from the viewpoint of before it ever becomes a
problem rather than trying to minimize the effects of a problem after it's occurred.
I worked as a fuel funny mechanic on a pro level for over 20 years. All of what lead to Scott's death was something that happens in drag racing ALL
THE TIME. These cars do let go often. However... what killed Scott was the ESPN manlift that was parked at the end of the track. Making contact with
that is what broke that car apart. ESPN and NHRA don't want to talk about that. Look up the N.J. police report... it's out there.
Let me just throw this out there to all you conspiracy minded individuals. So because the NJSP investigated a crash in which a Father and Driver were
killed. I guess this must mean the the LATE Dale Earnhardt was a navy seal or a ranger because the FLSP investigated his crash.
I agree. From my point, hopefully he knocked unconscious and probably died before the contact with the wall. As far as I'm concerned, he didn't
stand a chance when that fire engulfed the whole car. That was awful. Damn.
edit on 9-6-2015 by jpr1724 because: Updated my comment about
this horrific incident.
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