An hour later Rob called to say he was on scene at
a bad accident at Fuchsrorhe and that he had tried to
help two bikers but they were appeared to be already
dead. He went on to say it was carnage with 5 bikes
down and a badly damaged Porsche. The track was immediately
closed and stayed closed for the next 5 hours.
Gary and Simon walked to the scene from Quidelbacher
Hohe and wished they hadn’t, in blazing heat it
was knackering and more like a mountaineering expedition.
4.30pm after a 5 hour closure the track re-opened with
its usual mayhem. The number of people walking round
the car park had to be seen to be believed. 15 minutes
later the queue had all but gone so Gary and Simon went
out for a couple of laps. The number of cars on the
track was stupid, the new barrier on the main straight
meaning an additional load of traffic. A good idea?
Gary was not sure. The usual carnage after a long stop
occurred but the track didn’t close. A chat with
Bren and Suzy revealed the two bikers were germans.
About 7pm they finally called a hault when one too many