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Air Barrier Installation
We follow the trusty corner workers while they set up the soft barriers at Road Atlanta for round 4 of the AMA Superbike Series July 2003
John Marley, Cycle Scene Magazine
April 13, 2004
Roadracing World Action Fund Donations To Increase Racetrack Safety Top $286,000
Donations to the Roadracing World Action Fund, Inc., a 501(3)c non-profit corporation dedicated to reducing racetrack injuries by encouraging the use of soft barriers, have reached $266,869.80 for road racing and $19,147 for dirt track, for a combined total of $286,016.80.
Roadracing World
March 29, 2004
Air Barrier Makes Practice Crash No Problem
J.J. Roetlin (#940) crashed into an air barrier-protected wall during mid-afternoon AMA Superbike practice at Daytona International Speedway on Thursday, March 4, 2004.
March 05, 2004
Action Fund Reaches $262,669
Donations to the Roadracing World Action Fund, Inc., a 501(3)c non-profit corporation dedicated to reducing racetrack injuries by encouraging the use of soft barriers, have reached $262,669.75 for road racing and $19,147 for dirt track, for a combined total of $281,816.65.
January 24, 2004
Roadracing World Action Fund Tops $260,000 For Soft Barriers
The Roadracing World Action Fund recently collected nearly $7000 in new donations, bringing the total collected for road race to $260,530.
December 31, 2003
Roadracing World Action Fund Recognized By SMRI
Copyright 2003, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc.The Roadracing World Action Fund was presented an award in recognition of its efforts to prevent racetrack injuries from Sandia Motorcycle Roadracing Inc.
December 30, 2003
An Essay On Dale Earnhardt And Daijiro Kato
Every time someone dies, the same ritual is repeated. Safety is our first concern, we say. The dead person is remembered for his hard work and competitiveness.
Dr. James R. Adams, Jr., M.D., Tachyon Sports Injury Research Foundation
December 17, 2003
Action Fund Donations Reach $253,565
The Roadracing World Action Fund has now raised a total of $253,565.30 in contributions toward soft barrier education and deployment.
October 26, 2003
Learning From Accidents
Our foundation started our racing safety research for 2003 at the WERA Regional race at VIR in mid-March. Since 1999 we have been gathering information from accident studies in order to improve our program for teaching efficient methods for ambulance workers to use at racecourses.
Dr. James R. Adams, Jr., M.D., Tachyon Sports Injury Research Foundation
October 09, 2003
Action Fund Donations For Soft Barrier Education And Deployment Continue
Recent contributions to the Roadracing World Action Fund from businesses, teams and individuals have sent the total collected for educational deployment of road racing soft barriers to $251,607.30.
August 05, 2003

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