Brands Hatch Marshall Death – A volunteer marshal has passed on in the wake of being hit by a vehicle which turned off the track during a race at the Brands Hatch circuit.
An air emergency vehicle arrived on the circuit after police and paramedics were shipped off the track close to Dartford, Kent, at 3pm on Saturday.
The vehicle had collided with obstructions and moved a few times prior to slamming into the marshal’s post. The state of the driver has not been revealed.
The accident happened during a British Automobile Racing Club (BARC) vehicle title occasion. Hustling was dropped for the rest of the day.
Motorsport UK, the game’s administering body, said it is “profoundly disheartened” by the mishap.
A representative for Kent police said the power was called following a crash including a vehicle and two individuals by walking at Brands Hatch.
He said officials went to the scene and completed requests with no dubious conditions being accounted for.
Last week, at a similar course, Brad Jones experienced a mishap during a race in the British Superbike Championship and was incited into a trance like state.
The rider supported genuine wounds in the head, chest and pelvis, and stays at King’s College Hospital in London.
Police and paramedics were sent directly to the scene and an air rescue vehicle arrived on the circuit. The occasion was suspended and is required to continue on Sunday.
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The episode occurred during the Classic Touring Car Racing Club’s Pre 93 and Pre 03 Touring Car race, when two drivers connected along the beginning completion straight during the initial laps.
One vehicle was sent into the hindrance outwardly of the circuit where it was dispatched into the air and crashed into a marshal’s post.
The race was quickly ended while crisis teams went to the scene, including the air emergency vehicle while Kent Police affirmed they were called instantly before 3pm.