A race car driver is killed in a fiery crash. However, Quincy suspects foul play, especially when he finds amphetamines in the driver's system. He then tries to prove that it was murder while at the same time dealing with a nosy insurance investigator whose company had a major policy on the driver. Written by
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
Did You Know?
The race track official mentions how one driver had managed to drive with one broken arm. Given that race cars require constant gear shifting, it would be all but impossible for someone to steer and shift gears with only one arm. See more
Dr. Robert Asten
[while trying to wash acid off his hands in Quincy's lab
I should have known better than to have come in here without a decontamination suit.