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PostSubject: 2018 AERS Race 16 - Seattle (Windstar 275)   Thu Aug 02, 2018 2:13 am



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PostSubject: Re: 2018 AERS Race 16 - Seattle (Windstar 275)   Thu Aug 02, 2018 9:07 am


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PostSubject: Re: 2018 AERS Race 16 - Seattle (Windstar 275)   Mon Aug 06, 2018 2:39 pm

Jack Jefferson ruins any chance of a good day for himself while Greg Knee causes controversy again...

Jack Jefferson had nothing to say after forgetting where the brake was and ruining his day early on but Greg Knee was displeased with getting investigated by the officials again...

"I'm happy we got 9th but I really don't understand it, everytime I get into an accident, I seem to get investigated. I just got out of a meeting with the officials because they called my actions into question again. I get it, I lost my cool at Miami, but this is now the 3rd time this season I have been investigated for one reason or another and I don't really get it. We are all battling like crazy to get the best finish possible and myself, Richter and Smith we got together and Smith and Richter came back up in front of people and I wrecked as well. Everytime I get involved or I am in the start of an accident, the microscope goes to me and it's just really irritating. I just want everyone to be already because the fact is I just saw the helicopter leave and whenever that leaves this quickly after an accident it's never good."
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PostSubject: Re: 2018 AERS Race 16 - Seattle (Windstar 275)   Tue Aug 07, 2018 2:27 am

Brewer return unlikely, drivers react

Following admission to nearby Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, Bjorn Brewer's medical condition was fortunately been upgraded to stable on Monday afternoon. Brewer, who suffered a severe concussion, a broken left wrist and ankle as well as two fractured vertebrae in a frightening accident with 3 laps to go in the Windstar 275, is not believed to be returning to AARO competition for the remainder of the 2018 season and, reportedly, may not ever strap into an AERS car ever again.

Doctors indicate that there are signs pointing to Brewer potentially being able to utilize his extremities in the future with necessary therapy and treatment, but he currently is unable to move his legs due to the T4 and T5 fractures he sustained. Porter Racing Corporation has promoted Florent Vachon effective immediately to replace Brewer in the 93 car for Boston's second date on the calendar, but future plans are not yet known.

"That's the worst crash I have ever seen live", one fan recalled of the crash. "I thought for sure we saw someone lose their life, but I'm glad he pulled through. He's a tough guy and I'm sure he'll wanna hop back in as soon as he can."

Guy Beugnet, who was collected in the accident and released from the infield care center with whiplash as his only injury, did not speak with nearly as much composure.

"Something must be done", the French-Canadian driver said with some tears in his eyes. "I hope he is alright... I am scared for him and his family. He is a good man and competitor and you do not want to see something happen like this. We all do this for love of cars and driving, but when you have drivers close to die, there is not the point for it."

"Awful. Just awful", said 32nd-place finisher Beau Phillips who was hampered by damage from the first caution of the race. He spoke to a local reporter after climbing from his #15 Cascades Chevrolet. "Y'know, we have had a lot of gnarly wrecks the past few weekends and it's part up to the officials to see that and make changes so we don't have things like this happen and Jerry [Richson] doesn't get killed in another wreck out here. When is enough enough? They do a lot of things right, but time and time again we've had drivers hurt because cars are either going too fast or the tracks just aren't suited for the speeds we go and aren't safe enough. Now we have a bunch of guys hurt who are gonna miss next week - and even worse someone might be dead. This can't keep going."

With leg functions at stake, the points battle is in all likelihood the last thing on Bjorn Brewer's mind. Speculation amongst fans trends towards Brewer announcing his retirement from AARO once he is recovered enough to do so.

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