I was at Summit Main this weekend and involved in an accident in the last race. I was entering turn 9 and had already pitched the bike over and was taking the same consistent line that I had been following for the entire race. I was hit extremely hard a thought that if the bike that hit me was pitched over to take the corner as well we would gain some seperation and could probably continue. This was not the case. The bike that hit me was not pitched over, he stood the bike up when he discovered that he had made a poor decision about his ability to make the pass. His decision drove us both off the course and into the tire barrier. I understand that accidents happen as part of racing but the part that concerns me is that the rider who hit me insisted that it was my fault for turning in. He had NOT SHOWN ME A WHEEL and I do not have mirrors. The line was mine to take and he simply made a bad decision.. Myu concern is that if he believes he was right it will happen again and even those who were with him said that it was not the first time it had happened. My opinion of what happened was from EYE WITNESS REPORTS from many spectators who were in the stands. My point is that it is dangerous enough to race motorcycles without people who do not understan the rules of who has the line. It is the rider who is making the passes responsibiliy to ensure that the pass will be safe, not the rider who is in the lead. I did not expect an apoligy, but did expect him to understand that it was his mistake. I will be off the track for at least 8 weeks do to the broken left hand that I recieved from the wreck, not to mention the over $1000.00 worth of repairs needed on the bike. I hope that it is understood that I am not whining about my bad luck, but I am concerned for others who may be racing with individuals who share this person views of how to pass. Thanks for the great racing from everyone else this weekend.