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      07-24-2012, 12:20 PM   #4
Avly
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Uh. Obviously you are driving even faster on the track than on the road … that is why you crash. If you drove at the same speed thresholds on the track that you would while speeding in a public road you would not crash. People ignore the sense of self preservation or harm to others on the track and hence go fast enough to crash.

If the chance didnt exist that I'd pass you on the road I'd let natural selection take it's course.