I feel like the barriers in turn one and the first part of turn two should be restrained with netting or anchors so they can't blow out onto the track when someone hits them. A guy crashed into them pretty hard yesterday in the first novice race of round 2 and not only did it eject his bike back into the middle of the track, but the foam barriers sprayed all over making it impossible to see what was in front. Being about 1 second behind him, I couldn't stop fast enough nor see what to avoid and when I hit the foam barrier in the middle of the track, surprise! - his downed bike was right behind it, where all I could do was careen into and somersault over it. I might have been able to avoid it if the barriers weren't obstructing the track. I feel that this is a safety issue if the barriers can fly into the track and obscure what is in front. Ruined my race weekend, bruised me up pretty good, and pretty much wrecked my bike (forks bent, frame damage, etc etc) so I feel it's worth mentioning if there's something that could be done to protect riders from those who would otherwise have gone safely off track - but instead their bike and the safety barriers can come shooting back into the middle of the track obscuring danger for riders in the middle of a turn. I know it's racing and anything can happen, but improvements to track and rider safety should be investigated.