Sup wit dat? was this on the street or track?
Putnam Park. Somewhere in turn 7, I'm told, but I don't remember anything after turn 3 of the first lap until the medic was putting an IV in my arm.
Did you enjoy ( do you recall ) the flight ?
How you feeling man ?
Feeling sore. Doctor doesn't know when the collarbone will start healing and doesn't want to operate on it, which I respect to a point, but something better start happening with it soon.
I did not enjoy the flight: being strapped to a board with my neck immobilized, I couldn't enjoy the scenery; the price was outrageous; and they left my earplugs in until we were almost landed, which hurt (because of the pressure change).
I bet the trade of leather for lack of rash is well worth the expense. Glad your alright.
BION, the leathers survived the crash just fine, best I can tell. They didn't survive the medics, though, who (justifiably) filleted them off me before transport. Anyway, yes, well worth it.
Thanks for all your well-wishes. Hope to see you all around, one way or another.
Update: Hi Jim! Glad to see you back up and around too, and yeah, I don't know what the deal is with all the crashes, but it can stop any time now. Glad to hear you'll probably be at BHF; good luck.