Monday, December 6, 2010

Bahria town accident, Supra pics

the_SHIFT has been able to capture some pictures of the Supra which met a dreadful crash at Bahria Town yesterday during a Drag Race competition organized by PTCL. These are the pictures, of the Supra which got totalled, before the start of the race which shot the car to hell. Sadly though even driver couldn't survive that. 
 It is being said that car was fully tuned for this competition with high performance rear tyres and raised rear height for high downforce. The car went out of driver's control on the very last race when it was up against Corvette.

 The only picture of car after the crash.
There is no doubt that teenagers love to race and such an incident will be forgotten after a while but what we need to understand from this is that the sponsors should float in some money to make such an event safe. This incident will strike hard upon the future of motor racing in Pakistan, especially the families which suffered will oppose such an event to the best of their ability, but what we need to do is to make it safe. How it could've been made safe well the answer is that there should have been a grill on both sides along with double-stack tyre wall or at least single-stack tyre wall. 

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Monday, December 6, 2010

Bahria town accident, Supra pics

the_SHIFT has been able to capture some pictures of the Supra which met a dreadful crash at Bahria Town yesterday during a Drag Race competition organized by PTCL. These are the pictures, of the Supra which got totalled, before the start of the race which shot the car to hell. Sadly though even driver couldn't survive that. 
 It is being said that car was fully tuned for this competition with high performance rear tyres and raised rear height for high downforce. The car went out of driver's control on the very last race when it was up against Corvette.

 The only picture of car after the crash.
There is no doubt that teenagers love to race and such an incident will be forgotten after a while but what we need to understand from this is that the sponsors should float in some money to make such an event safe. This incident will strike hard upon the future of motor racing in Pakistan, especially the families which suffered will oppose such an event to the best of their ability, but what we need to do is to make it safe. How it could've been made safe well the answer is that there should have been a grill on both sides along with double-stack tyre wall or at least single-stack tyre wall. 

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