Motorsport: Porsche Carrera Cup Introduces Compulsory Airbags Ahead Of Renee Gracie Re-Entry

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Ahead of Renee Gracie’s transition back from getting drilled to drilling walls again, the pelicans running motorsport in Australia have announced a new initiative aimed at ensuring everyone is equal, regardless of talent. 

“What we realised with Renee turning up again, is that she might have an unfair advantage compared to the others in terms of safety in the event of an incident.” Head of Safety at Motorsport Australia, Dr Peter Pelican explained. 

Dr Pelican told this reporter that after a comprehensive investigation into Renee’s airbags, a decision was made. 

“We spent a lot of time looking at Renee’s airbags, and as a result of that investigation we’ve determined that the right thing to do is allow the entire field access to that technology.” the good Doctor explained. 

The Waterton Chronicle understands that as a result of the investigation, all Carrera Cup teams will be encouraged to examine Renee’s airbags in detail, obviously in the interests of teaching the young blokes about the important work Motorsport Australia is doing to advance safety in the sport, and definitely not for other reasons.