This case involves an accident that occurred at a racetrack during an amateur event. At the time of the incident in question, the defendant was participating in a public track day with his own car. This was the first time that the man had been involved in any sort of racing or track driving, yet he was allowed to participate in the event freely. During his second race, the man lost control of his vehicle and skidded into one of the track’s main administrative buildings, causing extensive damage that resulted in the track’s closure for an extended period of time. It was alleged that the conditions at the track were unsafe and, despite the track’s contention that the man was responsible for the cost of the damages, were directly responsible for the accident.