This summer has been particularly difficult for our passion. In late July, the famous Nürburgring, a young couple of 29 years died in the shock of their Civic with a vehicle commissioners, wounding 3 of them ( tf1). There are 2 weeks is on the Bugatti circuit of Le Mans a pilot was severely burned in the fire of his car after losing control ( Maine Libre ). The same weekend a member of RMA-Trackdays of staff died and another was injured in an accident on his way to a day spa circuit ( RMA ). Whatever the causes of these tragedies, they remind us that ""Motorsport is dangerous"". We all'S LIABILITY limit these risks. Contrary to what one hears and sees all too often, the circuits are absolutely not places where one lets off steam. It is imperative that we respect scrupulously all the data safety instructions, that the state of our cars is beyond reproach, and that we be humble on the track. Spread the message. All our thoughts are with the victims and their families.