David Councill <email@example.com> posted:
>I have never been to a car show. If I register and get permission to be
>amongst the elite 1000, would I be allowed to drive my very used 1971 MGBGT
>on the track? Are rusty MGBs permitted at these car shows or would we be
>considered a disgrace to the group?
If so, I will leave my SOL shirt at home and enjoy myself regardless!
If I remember to get my registration sent in (need a stamp and a license
plate number) then I will be on my way. I have a very rusty C/GT.
It runs like a champ so I should make it around the track. Given the
chance, I would love to open up those 6 cylinders. Of course if I do
that, I will leave a great cloud of "something".... At line-up time
watch out for that very ratty BRG C/GT, nothing but trouble ;-) I
hope the point is more that we are there driving the things rather
than how spotless they are. If not, maybe us less than pristine types
can meet for a lap of I465 and really tie up rush hour traffic :)
>If I was allowed to go, would I get in trouble if my car dripped oil and
>shed rust chunks on the track?
I plan on leaving a momento or two. Just hope it is something smaller than
a front fender.... Would love to see the Indy car boys out on the track
after us at 230 mph =:-O
Mark A Dodd Working in the dark (infrared)
email: firstname.lastname@example.org Working in the grease (MGs)
Snail: 2700 D St, Ste 2 Working in the dust (212 Central
WPAFB, OH 45433-7405 Dayton, OH)