I guess that is the nature of racing, those with money will do what ever it
costs to win.
What's next acid dipping of the bodies?
Frankly if I wanted to make my "future" racer lighter. I'd start with
Andre Rousseau - firstname.lastname@example.org
'68 Triumph GT6 MK1 - http://www.gt6.ca/
Ottawa, ON, Canada
> Good Morning
> What I am observing is that some vintage racing groups are going
> down the same path as CanAm and FI by allowing expensive modifications to
> place. Is there really a need to have Kevlar bodywork on a Spitfire or TR6
> vintage racing?
> It has always struck me as rather hypocritical that vintage groups
> wanted owners to use pre 1972 body specification and have the true
> of post 1972 cars destroyed. Now we are putting Kevlar replacement panels
> look like pre 1972 cars.
> I have to wonder why the people doing these modifications are not
> instead running SCCA. I am just as guilty as the next person here, our
> are too modified. They are nothing like what was raced in the 1970s and
> Vintage may be making itself too expensive too.
> Baseball Dad
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