Today was a rough one that bound the USDR racers even closer together. Thanks for the quick response of all the knowledgeable and qualified riders and staff who helped and did what they could.
Offroad racing is a dangerous sport and its not that often we get such a sobering reminder. Because of the great rescue crews and medical staff that we always have on hand we often take that risk for granted.
Thanks to all those who took a knee with me and the many more that made the parade lap to the top of the hill to finish out Todd's loop for him.
Thanks to all those that tore down the start, finish and pit areas without question after the event and thanks to all the officers on hand for getting the situation squared away.
Today you have all proven what it truly means to be a desert racing family and why its the best family to be a part of. Whether it be d37, USDR, score, hdra, bitd or any other desert series; we are all desert racers and we are all family.
The Biggest testament to the entire situation is that very few of us knew Todd Adamson as a brand new racer to the series but everyone still showed just as much respect as they would have for any other racer they may have known their entire life.
USDR Event Coordinator
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