what happened to DE !
Everyday cars contact the wall at various ammounts of speed in the wall
direction, but you dont call them 180 Mph head on collisions . Yes they contact
the wall while going 180 mph down the track but it isnt 180 mph INTO the wall.
ONLY a wall across the start finish line would qualify as Cars driving head on
into a wall at 180 Mph and there would be nothing left of the bodies to
identify except the fingerprints.
DE was traveling at 180 down the track and then began drifting up into the
wall at another lower speed. Contact wth tthe wall was at an angle so the speed
equivilent of a head on collision would be 40 mph or so .