The guy at Combe Clive he had a suspected heart attack...he just drove straight on into the infield and came to a halt, no other cars involved..historic racing. He was 61.
They gave no details other than was driving an Austin A40 and no other car was involved
What you have said reminds me of one of my hero's from when I was young, Gerry Marshall.
He had a heart attack driving an Aston at Silverstone, went off into the gravel trap and died there and then, I remember it being written that all were impressed that he still had the presence of mind to shut everything down as he clocked off.
Amazing Guy, Gerry all 26 stone of him, the F1 drivers at the time proclaimed that if he could have ever got in a single seater he would have wiped the floor with them.
He wrote a book called, "Only here for the Beer" which say's it all and from memory was a great read
Anyway, 61, no hope for me then
That's it I have lightend the mood enough