Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. How?
  2. When?
  3. What?
  4. Why?
  5. Where?


How are we going to address the problem of Illegal street racing if  we don’t  know the magnitude of it?
How are we going to recognize this problem if we don’t count incidents related to Illegal street racing?
How should metrics be tallied at the coroners office and community hospitals relating to illegal street racing injuries and fatalities?


When should Public Service Announcements (PSA’s) regarding hazards of Speed and Reckless driving be made?
Holidays and Spring Break are the most dangerous times for teenage (18-22) fatalities and PSA’s should be included in the professional racing calendar and during professional racing television broadcast.


Should a tax be imposed on the racing community and the after-market industry  to help support education for our native children and pedestrians who live in the neighborhoods where professional racing occurs?  
The revenue from professional racing is huge in our state!


Why should we take any action for this problem?
People in America spend millions of dollars searching for medical cures to save lives.
Why don’t we count and measure, by a specific metric system, the deaths and injuries that are related to illegal street-racing and reckless driving in the state that showcases professional racing, county by county in Florida?
We want to encourage tourism and fun, and the numbers are too scary.


Where are the metrics kept that are relative to Vehicular Homicide by Street racing and Reckless Driving, county by county in Florida? 
Where are the numbers that tell us how we are doing in regard to safety on the road before and after major racing events?
Where are the racing professionals who should be should be speaking the safety message to our children and pedestrians?
Where should we post  information regarding street racing and reckless driving?  
Pediatric Centers
Bill Boards
Professional Speedways
Karting Parks