Latest post of the previous page:Thanks for information!
That means that Hoffmann died on October 13 or 20 as Klingenring hillclimb was held on second or third week of October.
The author of the three Klingenring-Bergpreis books called me this morning. We had an interesting conversation. Ordered all of the books. As soon as they've arrived, I'll let you know the exact date of the event/accident.
It's a good idea.
Have a scotch. Have another scotch. Think about what you said, and then have another scotch. Then you'll see how absurd your statement is.Michael Ferner wrote: ↑2 months agoI find that deeply disturbing when the names of fatally injured spectators are researched, and made public! Don't they deserve the right to remain anonymous? I can understand the desire to record the names of drivers, marshals and mechanics who died "in the line of duty", so to speak, but spectators are not in it for fame, money or function, they merely spectate - hence the name! It's very insensitive to put their names out in the open of the internet; they didn't die partaking in or serving the sport, they just watched it. How would you feel if you were researching your grandparents on the internet, and the only thing you find is how your grandmother died when hit by an out of control racing car? That's just terrible! Leave them in peace, and anonymous!!