Both drivers are okay, some bumps and bruises, and counting their blessings.
The driver that got tapped on the rear of his sled -- that sent it flipping and threw him off -- is Colt Delandria. He and his folks and crew left the race track this morning heading back home to Sundridge Ontario which is just a few minutes south of North Bay.
Travis McDonald of MPH Racing got up this morning feeling not too bad. He, Tyson (Bennett) and a few friends went and pull Travis’s sister Shelbie’s ice fishing shack off the Red River. Then he just rested and relaxed around home for the day, as the rest of us went and watched the days races.This evening (Saturday) he’s feeling pretty good. Well enough that tomorrow morning he plans on riding his trail sled from home in Lockport to the racetrack in Beausejour and watch the races with all of us.
All of the MPH Racing family, crew, and team's phones have been very busy with messages, texts and phone calls from everyone’s worries and concerns.