How Not To Track

Osaka Style. Sort Of.

Out at Castrol Raecway in Nisku, Alberta one night for a track event. On turn seven (Lewicke’s Kink) the rear of my car decided to kick out going while entering the corner at approximately 120KMPH. Open impact with the cone, my front lip was ripped off, I drove right over it, and then a Supra right behind me drove over what was left of it. As the track staff put it, the lip was “olbiterated”. On the upside they let me keep the cone as a souvenier.

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5 responses to “How Not To Track

  1. I didn’t drive over anything I got a go pro watching you and looked like your car over steered. camera don’t lie.

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