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Oh Dear, it's a Deer by blackrams
Started on: 07-28-2014 07:10 PM
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Put one Porsche on a race track, add one dear and be sure to bring your umbrella.

Honestly, I'm not sure where the big pieces of meat ended up. Assuming there were any.

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Isn't it strange that after a bombing, everyone blames the bomber, his upbringing, his environment, his culture, his mental state but … after a shooting, the problem is the gun?

My Uncle Frank was a staunch Conservative and voted straight Republican until the day he died in Chicago. Since then he has voted Democrat. Shrug

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That's one fear I have every now and then, doesn't matter if I'm on the street or track pushing it. They do tend to poop in front of you before you can do anything. I've been lucky so far, although a dog jumped in front me down at the Norwalk Nationals years back.

Feel bad for the driver, as he stated that car just replaced his Porsche that got totaled. Sounds like he's had a rash of bad luck.
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Now the driver has something in common with President Truman.
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Shame.. Glad no humans where hurt.. Shame about the deer, hopefully it died instantly.

Kinda irked me when the camera helmet guy blamed the deer though (F'in Deer!).. I mean how dare the animal live in its natural habitat while some wealthy humans try to race their porches. lol..
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The deer didn't feel a thing.

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Shame.. Glad no humans where hurt.. Shame about the deer, hopefully it died instantly.

Kinda irked me when the camera helmet guy blamed the deer though (F'in Deer!).. I mean how dare the animal live in its natural habitat while some wealthy humans try to race their porches. lol..


Well, that's one way to look at it. Having had to pay for repairs on two vehicles in the past few years, I'm not exactly a fan of the forest rats. Basically, I pull for hunters.

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Isn't it strange that after a bombing, everyone blames the bomber, his upbringing, his environment, his culture, his mental state but … after a shooting, the problem is the gun?

My Uncle Frank was a staunch Conservative and voted straight Republican until the day he died in Chicago. Since then he has voted Democrat. Shrug

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Originally posted by Jonesy:

Shame.. Glad no humans where hurt.. Shame about the deer, hopefully it died instantly.

Kinda irked me when the camera helmet guy blamed the deer though (F'in Deer!).. I mean how dare the animal live in its natural habitat while some wealthy humans try to race their porches. lol..


Pure frustration will bring out a lot of comments from most people.

Fault for this one really rests on the shoulders of the Track Owner, is you look closely at video, there is only one - not too high fence around the track (this track located in Pennsylvania). Most tracks will have higher fence, or combination staggered of two fences-high and low.

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Report this Post07-29-2014 05:34 AM Click Here to See the Profile for steve308Send a Private Message to steve308Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I think this track is Summit Point West VA. not PA. I've run this track in the past - not enough fence in the world to keep the deer out - also large amount of ground hogs and other small to mid size ground crawlers that can f-up a vehicle at speed.
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Originally posted by California Kid:

That's one fear I have every now and then, doesn't matter if I'm on the street or track pushing it. They do tend to poop in front of you before you can do anything. I've been lucky so far, although a dog jumped in front me down at the Norwalk Nationals years back.

Feel bad for the driver, as he stated that car just replaced his Porsche that got totaled. Sounds like he's had a rash of bad luck.


soooo was it deer poop or a dog when you went into the gravel? lol
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soooo was it deer poop or a dog when you went into the gravel? lol


Snails, it was Snails !
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Well, that's one way to look at it. Having had to pay for repairs on two vehicles in the past few years, I'm not exactly a fan of the forest rats. Basically, I pull for hunters.




I have almost given up on deer hunting as in the last few decades I have gotten more with vehicles than rifles. Melanie had me making Roo Bars, Crash bars for our trucks that look like something out of Mad Max with the spikes and everything, but alas the cops really frown on those designed like that.

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Good thing it wasnt a kansas deer. Those PA deer are like dogs. Hit one of ours at that speed and you die.
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PA
Adult Weight: Males-130-300 pounds; females-90-210 pounds
Adult Body Length: 52-95 inches

KS
Total Length: 54-86 inches
Tail Length: 6-14 inches
Weight: 90-275 pounds

The white-tailed deer is highly variable in size, generally following Bergmann's rule that the average size is larger further away from the Equator. North American male deer (also known as a buck or stag) usually weighs 60 to 130 kg (130 to 290 lb) but, in rare cases, bucks in excess of 159 kg (351 lb) have been recorded. Mature bucks over 400 pounds are recorded in the northernmost reaches of their native range, specifically, Minnesota and Ontario. In 1926, Carl J. Lenander, Jr. took a white-tailed buck near Tofte, MN, that weighed 183 kg (403 lb) after it was field-dressed (internal organs removed) and was estimated at 232 kg (511 lb) when alive.[5] The female (doe) in North America usually weighs from 40 to 90 kg (88 to 198 lb). White-tailed deer from the tropics and the Florida Keys are markedly smaller-bodied than temperate populations, averaging 35 to 50 kg (77 to 110 lb), with an occasional adult female as small as 25.5 kg (56 lb).[6] White-tailed deer from the Andes are larger than other tropical deer of this species and have thick, slightly woolly-looking fur. Length ranges from 95 to 220 cm (37 to 87 in), including a tail of 10 to 36.5 cm (3.9 to 14.4 in), and the shoulder height is 53 to 120 cm (21 to 47 in).[7][8] Including all races, the average summer weight of adult males is 68 kg (150 lb) and is 45.3 kg (100 lb) in adult females.[9]
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While pause clicking, it looked like the second driver nearly hit its largest remains as well, but the mist on his windshield blocked the view before the body hit the ground.
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Could have been worse
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Originally posted by California Kid:


Pure frustration will bring out a lot of comments from most people.

Fault for this one really rests on the shoulders of the Track Owner, is you look closely at video, there is only one - not too high fence around the track (this track located in Pennsylvania). Most tracks will have higher fence, or combination staggered of two fences-high and low.



yeah i noticed the lack of fencing while watching the video and thought that was odd..

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Could have been worse
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that really sucks if the driver was still in the car on jacks and couldent escape
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