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There is a perpetual debate over the safety and responsibility of trans-continental road racing. Some people feel that driving at high speeds is downright dangerous and irresponsible, no matter the precautions taken, the skill of the drivers or the preparation undergone. The drivers of the illegal cross-country races have been called “blatantly anarchistic” and “downright disrespectful.” Socially, high speed driving is often seen as rude and juvenile, but here’s what a couple of Daily Pilot readers felt in 1981 about the races…
"The underground and rebellious nature of these cross-country dashes makes it hard to judge the responsibility level of the races, but, without weighing in too heavily, I, like most of the proponents of such races, do believe that it’s bad driving, not speed, that causes accidents."