The race course was dangerous this year, and we will all NEVER know the EXACT cause of EACH accident, whether it was agression on the course, wind, wave action, judgement, or medical, I think the root cause of each accident was different in each case, and I would think that a big racing sponsor would probably recognize that and stay the course.
These were freak accidents just like most instances when death occurs in a racing activity. It is definately tragic that it happened all at the same time, and that it happened at all, but logic, and discresion will prevail in cases like this IMO.
But that is the last opinion that I will post on this because in the end, I really don't know what is going on behind the scenes, and it is not really fair for any of us to wager an opinion of what anyone else should do out there.
These are all just thoughts on a page and in the end I am just a fan that wishes he was out out there, and loves to be there when things happen, because thats what fans do. Good or bad. In the end, we were there and and supporting the races this year till the end no matter what the decisions would have been by the organizers or crews. We miss those who have left us, we welcome those that arrive, we cheer for the exciting, and pray for miracles when we need them, and thank God for the good times in between.