Australia Nahan wants WA drag racing age increased

15:36  14 november  2017
15:36  14 november  2017 Source:   MSN

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WA Opposition Leader Mike Nahan says the drag racing age limit should be increased following the death of an eight-year-old girl. The state government on Monday announced it was suspending junior competition drag racing pending an investigation into Anita's death but her father Ian does not want

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WA Opposition Leader Mike Nahan says the drag racing age limit should be increased following the death of an eight-year-old girl.

Anita Board lost control of her vehicle and smashed into a cement barrier at the end of her solo run at PerthMotorplex during the Goldenstates Junior Dragster event on Saturday.

She died in Princess Margaret Hospital for Children on Sunday.

Anita Broad's classmates have been offered counselling as police try to work out what went wrong. © Seven News Anita Broad's classmates have been offered counselling as police try to work out what went wrong. Dr Nahan said he was shocked a child could drive such a fast vehicle.

"They're very violent ... I'm not into the sport at all, I don't know what the regulations are," he told told reporters on Tuesday.

"I would think you would put an age limit on that. Exactly what it would be, I can't say."

The state government on Monday announced it was suspending junior competition drag racing pending an investigation into Anita's death but her father Ian does not want major changes to the sport.

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