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    Default Another Sad Day For Motorsport

    Anyone who is watching this year's 24 Hours of Le Mans will by now have heard of Allan Simonsen's passing following a major crash just a few laps into the race. It was his 7th time running at Le Mans and he had a fairly successful racing history in a range of other series. Racing at these top tiers (Le Mans, F1, Indy, etc) has come such a long way in terms of safety and technology that it's easy to forget just how much danger there really is. What do you guys think?
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    A very sad day indeed. RIP!

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    Requiescat in pace

    While there has been a considerable increase in safety devices, procedures, etc., racers still know that they might not make it back alive from any track session.
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    Rest in Peace

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    The accident didn't look that bad, we heard over radio that he was removed from the car and was conscious.. RIP and god speed
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