Drag racers doing 200 kph before crash. No injury. I saw racers with their car out of control and I was concerned for them.”
“After you crash and hit a car that’s been damaged there’s a lot of impact damage. So you think about it. And that is a big consideration when your car is going to be at that speed. You don’t want to get hurt.”
As for the damage done to the other vehicles at the wreck? “I don’t know and I don’t plan on answering that,” he said.
“So what we want to do is try and fix things at the crash site,” said Smith.
Smith’s plan is to be among the first responders who respond to the incident.
“I’ve had to deal with a lot of stuff that hasn’t been a problem. And the only thing that I remember when I’ve been down there, is that it’s kind of cool that there’s people down there that don’t have cars.”
The race was moved from Edmonton to Calgary on Tuesday morning to avoid the crowds, but the weather changed quickly enough to allow the race 평택출장안마to finish as scheduled around 2 p.m.
After the race, Smith attended several community events including the Red Nose Day event downtown where drivers were awarded free meals.
There were a number of other events downtown, too.
Smith said he and other racers are considering an event at the Old Greyhound racetrack. The Edmonton race is only one of several events in the city that will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Greyhound’s launch.
“I think that we are going to have that Greyhound Cup in Calgary by the end of October, and I think that we’re really looking forward to that,” said Smith.
“It would be great if that race took place somewhere else, but in a different time zone.”
Race coverage for the weekend will include an appearance on TSN 1240 The FAN and some special content, including live race coverage from the scene.
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For more information on the 2017 Greyhound Lacrosse Classic on Nov. 8, visit www.greyhoundchamp.com or call 403-94