Three V8 ute drivers have been taken to hospital after the second crash in as many days at the Adelaide 500.
The accident happened about 11:45am ACDT.
Twenty-one-year-old Matt Kingsley from Queensland is in a critical condition.
Craig Dontas and former rugby league player Jack Elsegood are in a stable condition and are expected to be released from hospital today.
Meanwhile 27-year-old Supercar driver Ashley Cooper remains on life support in the Royal Adelaide Hospital after a crash yesterday morning.
V8 Supercars Crash Complilation - [Thanks to theyeol]
Another crash compilation. Footage is from Ten and Seven and was taken off the crash and highlight dvd's. Vision not owned me. The song is The Getaway by Ten Foot Pole.
For those that don't like the music.... too bad. Thanks to the dvd's, a lot of this stuff has crap music in the background or just by itself anyway and because i've cut it all up into a 3 minute video it would sound stupid with the songs changing all the time. The clips that were music free I have left the audio on and increased the level so it's higher than the music I have inserted. Stop complaining, you sound like my neighbours.
James Courtney Crash Adelaide Clipsal 500
James Courtney's first race into the V8 Supercar series was rough after being knocked out of the race at the infamous turn 8 at the Adelaide street circuit.
His team spent the entire night fixing the damaged Ford BA Falcon only to have it trashed in another crash the next race.
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 Adelaide.
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 child.