From a risk assessment standpoint, if you wanted to reduce injuries what would you eliminate or change in track prep and design locally? It is obvious from the 3 pager on Tibial Plateau fractures there is a lot of experience with that on this site (and I broke mine in December too). We could even limit this to personal experience, but mine had nothing to do with a track feature (front brake endo). I'm sure it's not cut and dry, and opinions vary. I'm don't think Pro tracks count. Just us weekend warriors that would like to see the sport stop trying to eliminate it's customer base. I've never been to LL's but I don't think they are constantly loading the helicopter there? You would think in the only motorized sport with a starting gate it would be starts, but I don't think that is anywhere near the top issue.