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Old 02-18-2018, 10:41 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Norm Peterson View Post
People do occasionally get lost in a "sea of cones" and when that happens there's no telling what they might end up aimed at. Light poles, trees, traffic islands or curbs, each other.

I've even seen a car roll over at autocross. Bad setup choices and not a Camaro, but still . . .

Rule sets have to consider all of the cars that are allowed to participate in the first place, without granting safety exceptions to anybody even if some foreseeable situation is virtually impossible for a particular car to get into.


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Yep. And it seems only one one harness bar out there is any good. The others are not made anymore or are weak and loose to a degree. And people really have to remember you are getting into a off-road Racing situation, especially road Racing. You are in an inherently potentially unsafe situation, and no one out there wanting to do these events is a professional, experienced racecar driver such as nascar or indycar. Don’t get in over your heads
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