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In the following I would like to post the photos of the rescue work after Chris Meek's crash in Brünnchen. Again, I do not seek sensations and I wouldn't post these images here had the driver suffered serious consequences. I rather believe it is interesting to see how rescue was done at that time.
Actually "Brünnchen" is a section consisting of a righthand downhill corner, followed by a short straight through a valley and then by a righthand uphill corner that ends in a flat crest where the cars tend to feel lighter. Back in those days the straight between both turns was notorious because of a very bad jump that had been leveled out after 1970. Other than that, the track profile here has remained the same. Chris Meek however lost control over the Chevron coming out of the second turn.
Harry had not captured the crash nor could he observe why the Chevron came off the track, but in a blink the car had crashed into the fence on the left side, flipped over and ended up on its roof. When Harry made this shot the ambulance was at the scene already, also a few police officers as well as spectators. Note the Chevron is leaking fluids flowing across the track; note also a couple of spectators more or less hiding at the right side of the track under branches.