Questions linger for NASCAR following lightning death
In the wake of the multiple lightning strikes after Sunday's Pennsylvania 400 that left a 41-year-old father of two dead and sent nine people to the hospital, many questions surfaced about how NASCAR and its tracks handle inclement weather and its impact on track activity.
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#1 Aug 7, 2012
come on guys..The guy was standing by his car instead of getting in. What do you want NASCAR to do.
#2 Aug 7, 2012
boogity,boogity lets go racin boys. "GO JUNIOR" It's your time man
#3 Aug 9, 2012
Hello!!!! An adult should have learned about the dangers of storms and lightning. Racing is an outdoor event and the track officials cannot protect everyone from their own lack of concern over the weather. When lightning heads my way whether I'm at a track,on the golf course, or on my boat, my butt is headed for the car,not in the open,not under a tree,but in a house or the car. Lacadasial attitudes can get you killed
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