I totally agree about the sensor, BP. Great thought. I have been wondering when Dan Olson is going to say something. This is his first big chance to do something. I'm very interested to see what it's going to be. I would imagine he's been working on it, with JFR on one side and the suits on the other. If they could all concur on common ground, wouldn't that be great? As much as I hate to say this, Eric won't be the last dragstrip fatality in a fuel class or any other, for that matter. As long as this sport exists, anything can and probably will happen. I just don't want to see knee-jerk reaction-type measures taken that hinder rather than enhance performance, as has happened in the past. As BP said, common sense hopefully will prevail. Right now, everybody's grieving, trying to collect their thoughts and put this into some kind of workable format as it relates to the rest of their season and their lives. I'm looking for something to happen soon that will help, not inhibit, progress. I would love it if Robert Hight came back and won the title after missing this race. I also would make arrangements with sponsors not to reactivate Eric's ride until next season, and I'd talk to Eric's best buddy J.R. Todd about if he'd want to take it over next year. That's in my world, through my eyes. Whatever they decide to do is their business and JFR will make appropriate assignments, decisions and adjustments that will work out best for them. God Bless them. I hope I'm not adding any pain by what could be called speculating. The season is moving forward, they're racing again, and these are my thoughts at this time. Open for input...Cheers, WC1
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