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.
Ashley Cooper and Mark Porter Fatal Crash Tributes
Ashley Alan Cooper (11 July 1980 25 February 2008) 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 - subsequently causing his
Mark "Didley" Porter (2 October 1974 - 8 October 2006) On October 6, 2006,
during Bathurst 1000, Porter lost control of his car at Sulman Park at
nearly 200 km/h. He stalled in the middle of the track. David Clark, in an
effort to avoid the stalled Porter, slid his car sideways whilst travelling
at high speed. Porter died later in hospital with serious head and chest
Song: David Oistrakh, Debussy - Clair de lune
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
His team spent the entire night fixing the damaged Ford BA Falcon only to
have it trashed in another crash the next race.