I'm copying and pasting this from what I typed up on a motorcycle forum - so a lot of it might be irrelevant, but I have lots of pictures and a video!
First and foremost, I'd like to do a gear review. I think it's absolutely the most important thing that someone could learn from my wreck. It was very, very fast and I am 100% fine. I got a heat burn on my elbow, which I'm assuming was my first point of contact. No hole in the suit there though. This is going to be a long post, but please take time to at least look through the gear review.
Recently I got a Leatt neck brace. I can't imagine what this crash would have been like without it. I was worried about the mobility of my head, but I have no issues like I did with the little $30 foam EVS one I had, which I couldn't wear for more than a lap. My only issue with this one is at full TUCK on the straights, it hits the tank, not allowing me to be completely under my stock windscreen. The tenth of a second that might cost me is a welcome drawback. If it was two tenths, I might have issue though :)
You can see it took a hit from my helmet. The mark is on the left side of the brace. I can't recommend one of these enough...
Heroic kangaroo suit held up okay. It's still 'safe' by my standards, aside from the arm zipper breaking. It was actually completely open when I stopped tumbling. I tried to zip it back up and thats when it came off on one side. I'm not sure how it came down. Might have been the cause of the heat burn? It allowed the suit to twist, moving the elbow armor around.
Shoulder and broke arm zipper side:
Small hole on the right side of the butt
Shoei RF-1000. This thing is old, but it held up great. 5 year life span my ass. As I'm tumbling, I faceplant at one point and thinking, ****, I'm going to have to buy a new helmet. About that time, I hit my head a couple more times...lol
Ripped the back off:
Gloves held up great, again. The stitching around the stingray on the palm in this picture had started to come undone after the last wreck. You'll notice the titanium knuckles are dented as well now. The left glove also got some damage on the wrist strap and the metal loop. I'm guessing I was grinding on the little metal loop and that's when the damage to the strap happened as well. Same glove: you can see the stingray at the wrist took a nice hit as well.
Vortices are a little scraped up, but nothing wrong otherwise:
My only injury:
Don't skimp out on gear. I promise, the money you save initially will not even be close to the money you pay later in medical bills. I took some ibuprofen immediately after I got back to the pit. I had a slight, slight amount of soreness in my lower back/hip after the wreck which increased marginally when I woke up Sunday. As I started moving around, it went away and hasn't come back unless you actually put pressure on it. Stretching and good gear really does work! The only thing that really hurt much at all was the heat burn.
Not pictured are my Knox Contour Race back protector, RS Taichi chest protector, and Know Cross Shorts. All played vital roles IMO. I landed hard and rolled hard. Those shorts did wonders I'm sure. I bit my tongue as well. I recently bought a mouth piece, but haven't had time to mess with it. I'll make sure it's in before I get back on the track again.