Many thanks to all who have put their minds together with the creation and the implementation of such a great safety feature. The fact that the Safer Barrier was put on the inside wall really saved Robby from what I believe could have been much worse had it not been there. Since NASCAR is now looking to add more to the safety of the track(s) for the fans, I hope that they listen to the telecast from that race and understand that (from a drivers safety perspective) Larry Mac nailed it, "100 feet further down and that would have been worse." So, I would hope that when we all see Talladega again that we see the Safer Barrier ALL the way around the track, not just where they think a wreck could or can occur. Accidents happen, so let's hope NASCAR has the wisdom to recognize that they occur everywhere on the track and that it should be a mandatory feature at all tracks to have the barrier ALL the way around on ALL walls. Remember the HANS device? Nobody wanted it, now they don't even remember why they complained about it because it is just as important as a helmet. Yeah, I know that on some tracks the barrier will impede into the track and not give the drivers the "room" that have become used to. But, less room on the track is better than more drivers in the local hospital room. Thanks for giving me a location to post my opinion. Thanks to the Safer Barrier folks for saving my driver! GAS ON FLASH!!! P.S. All my prayers to all the fans who were injured at Talladega, may your recovery be fast.