Another witness describes the McLaren driver as "not experienced" and alleges he missed the morning driver's meeting, went to the wrong meeting for the first session, and then crashed the first time he was out. This witness, who asked to remain anonymous, also says that the McLaren and 458 were battling all day.

We've identified the McLaren driver as a man named Greg Kim, who used to own part of Gripforce, which is based in Southern California. This makes sense if you line it up with user Gripforce-McLaren at the McLarenLife forums.

The Ferrari 458 owner has been identified as Jay.

Kim, reached by text message, counters these claims (he had to talk via text message because he's at the hospital getting X-rays, although he says this is merely precautionary).

Me? Reckless? I don't know about others but I haven't seen any reckless driver driving a 250K car on the track. I have over 7 yrs experience and I have never pushed any of my cars more than 7/10. I'm a granpa kind of guy at track days. I'm a father of three and reckless driving on and off the track does not exist in my dictionary. This is the first accident I ever got into since start driving [sic] in 1987.

On those forums Kim also mentions road-tripping with a friend who owns a Ferrari 458. There's video of him driving what appears to be the same car above, which ends with this note:

UPDATE: Kim now says that it was "[Quirt Crawford]'s fault and he admitted too. He was sorry it happened and he fells bad about it" adding that "someone from event organizer did tell me this wasn't his first time hitting others on the track." We've reached out to Crawford for a confirmation of this.

UPDATE 2: We now have video, courtesy of a note in Kinja, of Kim apparently doing 140 MPH on a public highway in Mexico in his MP4. So much for not being reckless.

UPDATE 3: The driver appears to be Gregory Hakdoo Kim. Initially, he would only identify himself as "Greg with McLaren."

UPDATE 4: Quirt Crawford has responded via Facebook, indicating he didn't apologize and that he doesn't believe it's his fault:

All I wanted was for him to take responsibility for his mistake and say he was sorry.

Now he is saying that I said the accident was my fault? I guess he has a lot of money on the line...
The corner workers that watched it all happen placed all the blame on him for making a bone head move. I never moved off the racing line and got hit by a car that was in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Kim's videos have been set to private but he's not responding to texts.

UPDATE 5: This photo shows the MP4 with a GoPro camera sticking out of it. We've asked for the video. If anyone else has video or info please let us know in the comments below.