It wouldnt have made any difference to her and her family and friends,
but, it would have made a difference to the passenger who was looking
to buy the Corvette she was giving him a ride in...because he wouldnt
have been in her SUV . The passenger was banged up pretty good and of
course witnessed her dying beside him -- something that is not easily
@Ireland: Deaths, when one undertakes challenges close to the limit of
their physical and skill capacities, are usually more notable. (And, are
more critically judged by the naysayers of free competition.)
Hence, the human competitive spirit and the growth of excellence.
Skill has very little to do with it. You do this stuff on a racetrack with
safety gear so when you do crash, you do not kill yourself or others.
Best drivers in the world crash. Skill doesn't have that much to do with
it. Off the street and on a track, do.
Deaths, when one undertakes challenges close to the limit of
"Would it have made a difference??What an ass. If he was looking at
an suv. the owner would demo the space or ride in the snow and the
tragedy would not have happened. While you bob have never been in an
accident or lost control.. I have. And by the way.. it is not only
based on ones ability..
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