Think about what you just said. "Your house," that is right, and this is very similar.
Just so everyone knows, the upholding of suspensions are for drivers that get into fights with the officials. It has nothing to do with being light, or having a wrong carb, etc. It is only for those children who cannot play fairly in the sandbox and feel that their one-night feature is worth physically harming a track official or potentially another racer. The officials are there because they enjoy the sport, as it is definitely not for the monetary end of things. No matter what the situation, it is never acceptable to harm an official or another racer, period. I have said this many times and contrary to what some of you may think, am not going to back down on that.
Let me make this perfectly clear, since I have heard rumblings now and again. This has nothing to do with the Street Stock feature from a few weeks ago. If any of you all feel the need to not let it go at what it was, that is your perogative. I am past it, and they are welcome back after their two weeks of that class racing is up. End of story!
I hope to see everyone this Friday night!
Just for clarification purposes... My comments are NOT related to anything to do with any of the present suspensions.
The posted comments about one track honoring anothers disciplinary acts is what prompted my responses.
I am happy to hear it won't apply to car infractions and such.
Myself, I think the suspension should apply to anyone assaulting anyone.
I'd like to see it spelled out in print as part of the rules so there can be no debate about it... leaving a TRACK AND OFFICIALS no choice in the matter.
And if your really serious about that... as well as tech....
write in the registration, a implied lien on the car, for the events duration, attach it to rules and safety infractions and mount a few security cameras so it can be supported in court.
Then you won't have to worry about pressing the matter at some other track until they build a new car.