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   Website updated:   MAY 4, 2017 at 11:01 PM EDT.  

We heard the ROAR as NASCAR's top series raced at Kentucky Speedway!

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Photo: Courtesy of Kentucky Speedway, LLC

Again, in 2016 KENTUCKY F.A.S.T. Fire / Rescue / EMS and Safety personnel will provide MotorSports Fire & Safety services during Kentucky Speedway's three event weekends which included: NASCAR Truck Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series, and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races.

CONGRATULATIONS KENTUCKY F.A.S.T.!

ABOUT "KENTUCKY SPEEDWAY F.A.S.T."

Since before opening its' gates
in June 2000,

///EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
was the proud provider of

Res Q Tec
Hydraulic Extrication Tools
and
PARATECH
Technical Rescue Equipment
to the Pro's at
KENTUCKY SPEEDWAY
Fire And Safety Team
"KY F.A.S.T."

"
Other companies and tools were
reviewed, however the
PERFORMANCE, RELIABILITY, TRAINING
and SERVICE provided by

///EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
made the difference!

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Kentucky Speedway 2002 All-Pro Race Crash Rescue

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Photo: Courtesy of Charles Williams, Director (former), KY F.A.S.T.

"Andy D" provided expert instruction on the use of ResQ tools.

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In April of 2000,

Andy Dzuryachko, ResQ Tek, Inc.
and
Mike Brady,
///EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT

provide instruction and
ResQ Extrication Equipment during the very first

MotorSports Fire Safety Training
at
KENTUCKY SPEEDWAY
!

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ARCA Coach Jerry Glanville Fire at Kentucky Speedway 2003
Photo: Courtesy of Jimmy Supplee,

KY F.A.S.T. firefighters direct the water and ColdFire flow as a rescuer assist ARCA Race Driver "COACH JERRY GLANVILLE " from his burning stock car in May 2003.  Although some spectacular flames, Coach Glanville escaped with relatively moderate injuries.

 

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ARCA Coach Jerry Glanville Fire and Rescue Kentucky Speedway 2003
Photo: Courtesy of Jimmy Supplee,

COACH JERRY GLANVILLE lost control in Turn-3 and hit the wall at over 175 MPH during an ARCA qualifying run.  KY F.A.S.T. members knocked down the fire as rescuers assisted Coach Glanville in removing his HANS device, allowing him to climb out with help.



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On Saturday evening June 17, 2006 during the NASCAR Busch Series - MEIJER 300, driver JEFF FULLER #34 intentionally turned his race car in an effort to avoid hitting the driver's door of fellow race driver Jason Leffler. Traveling at 180 MPH, the impact could have been fatal.

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FULLER's car slammed "right side" first into the infield retaining wall at +150 MPH; "going sideways" and burst into flames upon impact.  Fuller hit the inside wall near an opening which provides rapid access to the race track by fire and safety vehicles operated by KENTUCKY F.A.S.T.

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KENTUCKY F.A.S.T. Fire / Rescue personnel extinguished the fire and safely extricated the driver from his badly damaged car.

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