In January 2002, at the San Diego Supercross, a crash took Steve Lamson out with a compound fracture of his tibia and fibula. Loading a guerney across an ATV to get him to Medical Care was a near calamity. Tom Carson and Live Nations main man, Todd Jendro watched from the side and set a plan in motion. Within 3 weeks, Kawasaki was on-board with a donated Mule, while Craig Adams joined Carson to engineer a secure transport system. While the design has been refined over the years, it was a breakthrough in managing patient transportation in the track side environment.
What comes next – How to do you get the Mule from event to event?