Well actually if in the case of Arab drifting both the spectator and drifter are responsible. The spectator cause he went there, for shits and giggle and the drifter for doing it in public (which obviously causes PUBLIC attention). The drifters might prefer dying by doing what they do, but I doubt the spectators would want to die just for watching Arab drifting. Also you can't say the driver has full control, there are a lot of factors, some of them aren't physical but they're there you have to take that into account.
You have just lost all your belief about this topic. Nothing else will prove me you're right, but regret.
unless you are watching or just a pedestrian walking by? that's the most retarded shit i've ever heard. putting peoples lives at risk to show off to your friends is moronic.
its obvious.. when i risk my life im risking it cause i wouldnt mind to die doing it... all kind of sport have their risks... but in this case, its peoples fault to be so near to the street... its not drivers fault
what else can i say.. i prefere dying doing this for example.. every drifter, driver, drager, etc. knows perfectly that leading up to 150 kms/h = something bad can happen, he doesnt have the responsibility on spectators, they are big enough to see danger... the driver has enough controling his/her car...
i agree... but theres the point, nobody forces spectators to be so close to the road or does? i mean.. when i go as spectator im responsible of my life. You ALWAYS have to get in mind that something bad can happen and try to prevent it.. if youre at 1 meter from the road its obvious that youre the responsible of your own death.. the drifter will never run you over on purpose, if such thing happens that means just 1 thing: you were too close to danger. Solution: have in mind that a car is a machine, it can kill you like other machine does, its youre responsibility to think "im in danger here, lets step back"
and yes tommy, i also agree with you.. but things are what they are.. drifters dont have the fault (like rob says there are many factors to take into account.. but i dont think its their fault)