Denny Hulme - The Simplest of Things Can Take Away...
Denny Hulme died during the 1992 Tooheys 1000 from Bathurst. He suffered a
heart attack at the wheel of his BMW M3, and was pronounced dead at
Denny was one of my heroes, and it was heartbreaking to watch his life end,
live on television in front of my eyes.
I post this video to remind everyone, that even the simplest of things in a
motor vehicle can be life threatening.
Make sure your health is good. Make sure you are not tired. Make sure you
are concentrating. Keep drugs and alcohol out of your system.
Denny had reported on the radio that he wasn't feeling well, but he pushed
on - and we lost a champion.
Be safe - on track, or on the road.
Bathurst CLASSIC CRASHES from the Great Race (Must Watch)
This is some crash footage from the great race held at Bathurst.There are
some classic crashes so sit and enjoy the racing and the crashes.If you
like GT5 or cars check out my other races and photos as well as my real
life cars Toyota Aurion/Camry and FJ Cruiser and also my real drive in a V8
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Ashley Cooper Adelaide 2008 fatal car accident - v8 supercar race
Cooper died from severe head and internal injuries after a high speed
racing accident.Preliminary investigation suggests that his car may have
clipped a guard rail at over 200 km/h at the Clipsal 500 meeting in
Cooper began his racing career in 1998 driving Holden HQ sedans. Leading
the 2005 Commodore Cup championship for most of the year, Cooper finished
fourth at the final round at Eastern Creek Raceway. In 2006, Cooper was
crowned V8 Utes Rookie of the Year. He competed in three rounds of the 2007
Fujitsu V8 Supercar Series, with a top 15 finish at Queensland Raceway.
Cooper suffered severe head and internal injuries after crashing his Holden
VZ Commodore into a guard rail at over 200 km/h during the Fujitsu V8
Supercars Series race at the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide on 23 February 2008.
Cooper had been given emergency medical treatment trackside from medical
teams, including Dr Bill Griggs, who performed a tracheotomy to assist with
Cooper's breathing. Cooper was taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital by
ambulance and was put on life support. He died two days later, at the age
of 27. A registered organ donor, Cooper's heart, lungs, kidneys, pancreas
and liver have been donated to seven people, including a six-year-old