The Indy Racing League, which should be celebrating the end of their season, is instead looking at two serious crashes. At the season finale last week in Texas, Kenny Brack was seriously injured when he was tapped and lost control of his car at 220mph. Brack suffered a broken thigh, ankles and back, and needed surgery to fuse 3 vertabrae. He is however, expected to make a full recovery. Unfortunately, during testing Wednesday at Inidinapolis, Tony Renna, who had landed what many believe could have been the biggest break of his career, teaming up with series champ Scott Dixon in a Target car, was killed when he apparently became airborne coming out of turn 3, and having his car clear a safety barrier before crashing into a catch fence. Parts of the car apparently landed in a grandstand walkway. Several drivers have become airborne at Indy recently, however this is the first speedway fataility since 1996. Technology has made the cars faster, but it appears, not totally safer. You wonder what the IRL (and, to be fair, CART, which has seen it's share of disasterous accidents) will do to either check the technological advancements, or to improve safety.