Start your review of Rapid Response: My inside story as a motor racing life-saver Write a review Shelves: , nonfiction , motorsports Passionate, exhilarating and sometimes graphic, Dr. Not for the faint of heart. Motorsports fans will love racing and their heroes even more after reading this captivating memoir. Sep 30, Yakimets Anatoliy rated it it was amazing Must read for any motorsport fan. Jun 08, RocknRobn rated it it was amazing A fascinating read from the perspective of those tasked with saving lives. At time gruesome but always fast paced and interesting.

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“Rapid Response” review: Compelling documentary or gory crash-fest?

Written by Keith Collantine Being a child of the eighties, a substantial part of my early motorsport education came through race crash compilation videos. Inevitably the transition from book to film has forced some changes. This makes Rapid Response tough viewing at times; probably more so if you know the details behind all of the crashes featured, some of which are glossed over. Assembling the material to tell this story clearly proved a challenge.


Gordon Smiley

In , he raced in the British Formula One Championship sometimes called the "Aurora Formula One Championship" for the Surtees Team, and in 11 races he had eight top finishes, including a win, which is the last by an American in an FIA sanctioned event, at Silverstone, England in Indy career[ edit ] Smiley raced in the Indianapolis twice, in and , and was killed while trying to qualify for a third in His race ended when the turbocharger blew on lap 47, causing him to finish 25th. His crash set up the controversial finish to the Indy between teammate Mario Andretti and Bobby Unser. Both Kevin Cogan and Rick Mears set new single lap and 4-lap records in their attempts. Smiley went out for a qualifying attempt an hour later.


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