Testing is OK. How to conduct the test within the meet is a problem that
needs a solution.
Due to the fact that ANY run can be a potential record qualifing run how do
we determine that EVERY participant has their TC turned off when making a
pass. Unfortunatly I cannot rely on a person's solomn word that the TC
system was not activated five miles down the salt from the impound area. I
truely would like to believe every entrant but, racers being racers, not all
that is visable is the truth.
I do have the "wheel spin" test we discussed as an available tool. I have
not had any suspects to try it on yet. Anybody want to be the whistle
blower? - I thought not.
PS - I do have ONE suspect. I was told at WoS that a certain entrant was
going to use TC - legal or not!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Skip Higginbotham" <email@example.com>
To: "Dan Warner" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, December 02, 2001 10:23 AM
Subject: Testing TC
> Hi Dan,
> Could we devise a method of testing this stuff and then having a fool
> (cheat) proof method of disengaging it for record runs? We have discussed
> the "spin the front wheel idea" and that would work but what if the engine
> broke on the return run?
> I would test it but I feel like I need permission to do it and a method of
> legally disabling it for possible records runs.
> Is this worth the effort in your view?
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