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  • Yes it is

    They have a lot of power for a small size car is the MAIN thing. It also depends on the track u r racing at. If the track has steep turns the car is more likely to flip. Also there is a lot of mechanical problems that can go WRONG ex: brakes engine etc... That could potentially be deadly. Also the weather ties into it if the track is too wet the car will fly right off. Also I go to races EVERY week and there is always a accident big or small.

  • It is dangerous

    It is dangerous because there is so much power for a tiny car also there are a lot of mechanical problems that could occur which can be dangerous as well. Also if the track is more steep it makes the car flip over more easily so they have to watch when they turn.

  • Sprint Car Racing is Dangerous

    Sprint car racing is dangerous. Sprint cars have a ton of power for a smaller sized car. They also have a high center of gravity. When making turns, this high center of gravity makes turns more dangerous even with wings. Additionally, Sprint cars often race at tracks without safer barriers. This, along with the high banks of the tracks and the high center of gravity causes the cars to flip over more easily. There is no one body that makes rules or provides sanctions for Sprint car racing, which might make the cars and the sport more safe.

  • The Dangers of Sprinting

    Sprint car racing is a potentially dangerous sport. Amateurs can easily be overwhelmed, especially if an unforeseen event arises. They are not trained well enough to respond on the spur of the moment, and they can make a critical mistake at a crucial time. Even experts can have crashes and injuries.

  • Yes it is

    They have a lot of power for a small size car is the MAIN thing. It also depends on the track u r racing at. If the track has steep turns the car is more likely to flip. Also there is a lot of mechanical problems that can go WRONG ex: brakes engine etc... That could potentially be deadly. Also the weather ties into it if the track is too wet the car will fly right off. Also I go to races EVERY week and there is always a accident big or small.

  • Racing is fun

    Racing has a lot of speed especially sprint car racing and nascar. Once you have the motor going, you have an adrenaline rush going through you. Sometimes you can get nervous and you have to worry about a lot more things. What is worse than a sprint car wreck? Getting shot, getting mauled by a cougar (got that one from Talladega nights).

  • Sprint Car Racing is NOT Dangerous.

    Sprint Car Racing is not dangerous. Everyone is only saying yes it is because the person put a picture of a wrecked Sprint Car, and never said a word about the better side of Sprint Car Racing. Take this into consideration:
    Three-time NASCAR Champion Tony Stewart speaks in despair after ACCIDENTALLY running over and killing driver Kevin Ward Jr during a night race. Tony said " There aren't words to describe the sadness I feel." Here is what happened, and read the ones in all caps as a big mistake that should have never happened:
    -Stewart and Ward collided on the track Saturday night at a sprint car race in Canadaigua, New York.
    -Ward JR GOT OUT OF HIS CAR AND ANGRILY RAN TOWARDS STEWARTS CAR while other drivers were warned to slow down on the next lap around.
    -STEWARTS CAR THEN SWERVED TO MISS WARD AS WARD LUNGES AT STEWARTS CAR, AFTER ALREADY ACCUSING THE WRONG DRIVER BEFORE STEWART GOT TO WARD.
    -WARD JR WAS PULLED UNDER THE CAR BY THE RIGHT REAR O STEWARTS CAR AND WAS PRONOUNCED DEAD AT THE SCENE, AFTER LUNGING AT STEWART.
    - AS A LATE DISCOVERY WARD WAS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF MARAJUANA DURING THE TIME OF THE RACE, AND EVENT THE INCIDENT THAT GOT HIM KILLED!!!
    -The wreck went under investigation by Ontario police station and the race was cancelled as soon as the incident was over with.
    -Stewart was scheduled for a race that Sunday, and did not race, but instead had Reagan Smith sub for him.
    -And there was no criminal charges pinned on Tony Stewart..


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