First responders and people help victims in this image taken from a video after a vintage World War Two fighter plane crashed near the grandstand at the Reno Air Races in Reno, Nevada September 16, The investigation began on the same day that a World War II-era plane crashed in a fireball at a Martinsburg, West Virginia air show, killing the pilot. Leeward, a year-old real estate developer who was well known in air racing circles and had worked as a stunt pilot in movies, was among the dead.
A time before modern safety equipment, when helmets were sometimes little more than leather hats, and seat belts of any kind did not even yet exist. This videofound at Devour features footage from the early days of racing. Starting off by showing a common for the time running start, racing typically did not feature the typical NASCAR rolling start with a pace car.
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Within minutes the Murphy and fellow pilot Brent Marker were in motion-transporting crash victims to a park across from the hospital. We got the wheels on the helicopter. The group that was next to us came over and helped everyone push it out onto the tarmac.
A seven-time Indy starter and prominent sports car racer, St. James sustained minor injuries during the crash. James continued.
Known as Crash Bandicoot Bakusou! Nitro Kart in the Japanese region. Through word of mouth he reveals to have heard about their racing skills thanks to Nitros Oxide.
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Every year in early September, car enthusiasts migrate back to West Sussex, England for Goodwood Revivala celebration of vintage racing on the historic Goodwood Circuit. It's a magical sight to see so many rare, multi-million dollar race cars pushing their limits on a track. A welcomed change of pace from their natural habitats.
Reno, Nevada CNN -- The number of people killed when a pilot lost control of his vintage plane and crashed into spectators during an air race over Reno, Nevada, rose to nine Saturday. Seven people died on the tarmac, including the pilot, and two more died in hospitals, Reno police said. Officials had previously put the death toll at three.