See23 wrote:What's up Brain?
Santa not good to you?
See23 wrote:What rules?
See23 wrote:What insurance?
See23 wrote:Can anyone not bring an uninsured car on a trailer to race and let anyone who has entered the event and signed the waiver drive that car?
See23 wrote:If the car meets the standards of the rules and the driver and driving are within the rules, what's the problem?
See23 wrote:I'd be careful about saying that the guy who set up the course has an advantage BTW.
See23 wrote:I'll be off the forum for a week so have at kids.
angryturtle wrote:See23 wrote:Another post brutally dissected.
I thought he was rather gentle.
See23 wrote:There it is again.
Another post brutally dissected.
See23 wrote:Nothing helpful.
See23 wrote:We are in a sport where any unknown jackass in a car, with God only knows what parts on the brink of failure and the ability to sign a waiver...
baiiva71 wrote:I think the idea would be fun and interesting. Getting to see how everyone drives the car in their way.
baiiva71 wrote:A simple fix to the problem of the car getting run to the ground, is to limit the times its used per afternoon. So instead of it being constantly driven over and over again, it could be used 2-3 times each by a different person separated by the required time you stated. And isn't there a part of the waiver that signs off that only the driver can be blamed for their injuries if such a crash was to happen?
Brain wrote: That was my point about putting a jump in the middle of the course. Just because it might be fun doesn't mean we're allowed to do it.
angryturtle wrote:I heard of some guys from VCMC renting a car for the weekend, put some decent tires on it and took turns racing it. Did you even here of that Brian?
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