Roadracing World Action Fund


John Haner credits these sections of Air Fence Bike with saving his life in Turn 8a at Texas World Speedway. The corner is also known as Ryan’s Corner after Ryan Smith, who died in a crash there in 1999, before the Air Fence was deployed by the Roadracing World Action Fund. “I hit it unbelievably hard, and probably wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for that Air Fence!”. Click here for full story

More Testimonials

Tripp Nobles Credits Airfence With Keeping Him Out Of The Hospital: Tilley Harley-Davidson/Buell’s Tripp Nobles claims the Airfence placed at the exit of the Daytona International Speedway chicane saved him from a trip to the hospital.

Barnes, Jeff Wood Splash To CCS Victories At Daytona“I was going about 25 mph when I hit it. I couldn’t stand up and run, I was going that fast. I was definitely going fast enough where I could’ve broken something. It made a difference…”

Rick Moreau’s Tale Of Flying Into Air Fence Head First At Daytona: “You can’t put a dollar amount on the value of having that Air Fence.”

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Your Donation at Work

This rider put this section of inflatable air barrier to the test at the WERA GNFs, Road Atlanta. He walked away uninjured. View Testimonials