HampusA wrote:Why all this talk about wether he over-steered or under-steered, if he got a puncture etc?
The crash itself wasn´t the reason he died.
If the suspension wouldn´t have penetrated his helmet he would still be alive today no matter what fault the car was involved in.
Part of the suspension penetrated his helmet. Whatever happened that caused him to go off isn´t really relevant because he would have survived the acident ifit weren´t for the suspension part penetrating the helmet and ultimately the skull.
So even if he didn't crash the suspension would have still penetrated his helmet? By your logic, if someone shoots you dead, it should be the gun that goes to prison, not the person who killed you to death.
Really don't follow your resoning there.