Testimonials & Quotes
Lori Diem McGrane: I'm glad they are finally going listen to the riders. It’s unfortunate that I lost my son, to something that might have been prevented. I know the sport can be dangerous, traveling at high speeds. I’m so glad this is happening. Don't let Kyle die in vain. This should not happen to another family.
Steven McLaughlin: Randy and his group are right it's time to update protection...clod bruises are nothing compared to the deaths from thorax injury the sport is seeing....good job Kremlacek
Willie McCoy: Great job that will make a difference! You should be proud who ever thought of a safety group.
Abby Chewella Rusch: I heard about safety vests at an amazing mandatory safety meeting for people who have raced less than three mile events. That same weekend a guy crashed at Castle Rock and broke 7 ribs and had many more injuries. I will share this safety info with him and his family too. Thank you from the depths of a mother's soul!!!!!
Raynette Yarbrough: Thank you for finally listening and getting the ball rolling. JD Beach is my nephew and I highly respect his focus of racing. I would hate to see any more deaths due to poor conditions of any kind.
Paul Atreides: I love this! Good god it's about time. In football somebody deflated a ball and they hired a former FBI guy to investigate. They have fatal accidents in flat track and they don't even stop the race. Again, so glad this is happening, definitely a positive step for the sport
Michael Parcell: 100% behind you guys all the way as a retired pro am rider. Had to retire from an injury due to poor track prep. I think this is long overdue.
Erica Muxlow: Thank you Randy Kremlacek and Brian Bartlow for taking the initiative and making flat track racing safer for everyone. Much appreciated.
Matt Dillon: Good on you. What we see the promoters asking riders to race on, so the tv show can go on is atrocious. The tracks I've seen on tv are nowhere near ready to race on.
Jason Irving: This has been need since the 70s when my father was racing. Good that someone is stepping up.
Cathy McClellan: So good to hear this thank you.
Terry Boody: This is great! So glad to see this step in the right direction!
James Grant: That's great and FTSG is well needed.
Ron Crandell: Wish we had something like this "back in the day". Nice work
Jeff Shaud: Where can I donate?
Jim Medlin: You’ve got a great start with information in the EMS document. The vest is an innovation and huge step forward! It definitely would have saved me some injuries if I had it two years ago when I got crashed at Del Mar where I suffered six broken ribs, punctured lung, a broken scapula, broken collarbone, separated sternum and a concussion with three bleeds.
Lindsey Becker: Glad we purchased the vest for my son. He took a bad tumble at Castle Rock on Saturday. He did break his foot in 2 places and suffered some road rash on his left side. But overall he is ok. It could have been much worse without the proper safety gear. His helmet he was wearing and his Leatt neck brace are both retired due to extensive damage. Luckily he did not suffer from any abdominal injuries or breaks!! Thanks! It is dirty and scuffed, but nothing that seems to show functional damage. Feel free to share info or pics for education if you feel helpful to others. My son's name is Damien Welty age 10.