i really cant believe that they put this footage on espn. scott kalitta, husband and father of 2 sons, was killed in a fiery crash during a qualifying run today in NJ. so fucking sad man. crash footage starts at 2:40. wow.
Thatcrash was fucking insane that little slower down thing didnt help at all
++vibes to his family and friends
ur names pink.... so u got boobs then?
"The joy I get from skiing, that's worth dying for" -CR Johnson
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Well, that truly sucks. You should get her a care package. A razor, some soap, and a banana. Tell her to clean her area, shave, practice on the nanner, and come back to your room. She owes you.-snwbrdmilf
he was an extremly down to earth kind of guy. a standup person. had the pleasure of talking racing and cars with him at a few races. super nice person. sad day for me. i know its a claimb but i havve a hookuo at castrol and i was there to meet john force but met a few other drivers as well
depends how live it is tho. if its almost instantaneous they cant do anythin about it really. if it has the delay then i guess it could happen, but i dunno what they would have done. just stopped the show all together and just been like yeah, there was a crash, so we cant air now...they didnt know he was dead. its just like dale earnhart(sp?) they didnt know he was dead right away, but it was aired. i think espn did well with covering the situation and showing how serious it was.
was a gnarly crash but feel so bad for his family + vibes fo sho
ive been going to the local drags since ive been able to walk. ive had one car come straight at me when i was at the top end of the track, hit the wall, came over, and parts flew everywhere, if anyone knows anything about drag racing, the car was supposed to run a 6.25 - 6.5. and that experience has changed the way i look at accidents on the strip, for those that dont go often, cheer and almost seem happy that someone crashed, but i just stare and hope they're alright. anyone dying sucks, and i cant imagine how horrifying it must have been for his kids to watch this only a 1/4 mile away, if they were there. I feel for the family, and him. RIP.