Well, the good thing is, that mayby now all track day organisers are willing to remove sandbags, big stones and landmines from safety zones. And that is a good thing.
Also it was a good thing that the rider did not slide in to sand bags. Because at those speeds, they are almost the same as stones.
For novice track day riders a typical crash is panic mode for some reason, and then they drive in to the safety zone.
For experienced track day riders a typical crash is low sider (front brake) just before apex. And then you slide...
So it was also a good thing that the rider was a novice.
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