Not sure where I should write this, but since there were 2 incidents at the PDRA in Rockingham (and 1 at the NMCA in GA) this weekend, here goes. After a 20+ year break from drag racing (as a fan only) from 1982 to 2007, I have been eating up everything I can see for the last several years, especially doorslammers (Pro Mod is probably my favorite class). I have been deeply affected by the violent crashes this weekend at the PDRA (one in one in Top Sportsmen Pro Extreme) and the NMCA. I realize that when the driver is strapped in that there is an inherent danger from point A to point B due to the sheer power of these beasts. I assume that track prep is paramount for these cars, but at the NMCA race, the announcer kept talking about the Friday qualifying as being hit or miss (mainly miss) for most teams. Was it due to unseasonably cold weather? The PDRA in Tulsa was suspended due the cold temps. If so, maybe these races should be scheduled a few weeks later in the year? Concerned fan.