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Accidents, Death and Danger Quotations

At 180 mph, when your front wheel wants to play pogo stick, you don't do nothing. You don't sneeze, you don't hiccup, you don't even breathe. All you do is point it and hang on.
Kenny Roberts
In my sport the quick are too often listed among the dead.
Jackie Stewart (1973)
It is necessary to relax your muscles when you can. Relaxing your brain is fatal.
Stirling Moss
It's hard to describe what it's like to see a stock car flying through the air knowing it's going to land on top of you.
Benny Parsons (1976)
My first priority is to finish above rather than beneath the ground.
James Hunt (1975)
On falling off a race bike at high speed -It's kind of like tumbling around inside a giant clothes-drier.
Dave Aldane (1975)
On the dangers of the Monte Carlo Rally - Some of the ravines are so deep that if you topple over, your clothes will be out of date by the time you hit the bottom.
Tony Pond (1986)
Once an accident has started happening, you've just got enough time to say 'Sh*t, I'm having a shunt!'
James Hunt
You cannot be superstitious in this thing. Otherwise I would never start a race. If you have some lucky object, then you would not have it some day and you would have to start the race without it, and you'd get killed, right?
Giacomo Agostini (1967)
You have to treat death like any other part of life.
Tom Sneva
You win some, you lose some, you wreck some.
Dale Earnhardt

 

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