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Accident with HANS device
"... How it works We'll now try to describe, in as few words as possible, how the driver's head behaves itself during an accident. When the car hits something, it produces a sudden stop, causing the body of the driver to go forward. As seat belts are mandatory in motor racing since forever, the body – central part and shoulders – will be prevented from going forward, but not the head. Consequently, the rear of the skull suffers intensive damage at impact, causing t..." Continue Reading →
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