Many feel like the words “race track” and “speed limit” shouldn’t appear within miles of each other. But with the recent number of injuries and deaths at track days, should speeds be contained? Our Jack Baruth spoke to an expert who says just that, and he makes a great argument.

In this week’s edition of Avoidable Contact, Baruth chats with Don Salisbury, a man with more hours on track that I have hours alive. He knows track days like the back of his hand, and he’s tired of people dying unnecessarily. His ideas range from speed limits to higher standards for corner workers. And they’re all smart.

Check out what he has to say here.