Schaldach said he was "totally fine" after the spectacular accident,but Foster was airlifted to a Milwaukee-area hospital.He was evaluated and released from the hospital later Saturday afternoon.
The brakes on Schaldach's Caramaro malfunctioned and he plowed into the back of Fosters Mazda going into turn 1 at the four-mile road course. Schaldach's car skidded at high speed through a runoff area and into a tirbarrier-then flipped completely over a retaining fence and into a wooded area behindthe turn.
Foster's car slammed into a tire barrier.
In a radio interview,Schaldach estimated his car was going about 160 mph when he wrecked.
"I hit the brake pedal and nothing happened," he said.