> > Yea laugh if you want to but after 2 years of owning my Z3 when
> > installing the in car cam for McCamey I noticed Hey my Rearview mirror
> > has a release latch, It is designed to be removed and put back on with a
> > click, So I know I am not allowed to remove any parts off a stock car
> > that are held on with screw fasteners, But I thought it was legal to
> > remove things that were designed to be readaly removed. eg. fastened
> > Floor mats, T tops, etc etc, I know this is silly but is this weenie
> > protest bait? to remove the mirror?
> Just undo it and keep it in the car.
Despite the fact that my M Coupe has the same kind of latch, and has a
mirror about 50% bigger than yours and is an absolute accident waiting
to happen when driving on the street (can you say "blind spot?"), I very
strongly believe that this is illegal when racing. It's would be a
*huge* competitive advantage to remove the mirror in these cars, since
it has such a major impact on visibility.
While it is clearly removeable and replaceable, the owner's manual makes
no mention of doing such a thing.
Was there a recent clarification about this?