One way or another, Vickers will be back
CONCORD, N.C. -- The 10-year-old had just escaped a horrific end-over-end wreck during a World Karting Association race in Florida. His helmet was cracked and his go-kart destroyed.
"It scared the hell out of me and his mom," Clyde Vickers recalled outside his son's No. 83 Red Bull Racing hauler on Friday at Charlotte Motor Speedway. "We had another kart, but we were ready to pack the car and go home and make sure he was OK.
"But he really, really wanted to get back out and race. ...
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