Jamie Sculerati wrote:
> This is cute, but I regarded the question as legitimate -- I haven't found
> an official definition of "closed car" in the rulebook or anywhere else.
> While common sense suggests to me that a removeable top doesn't fit that
> definition, I've also found that common sense doesn't always apply to the
Oh gee, it's here in the book somewhere... I just saw it today as a
matter of fact. Now let's see... where is it... Aha! Here it is.
SIIR 12.6 (Automotive definitions: page 86, '99 rule book)
An open car is a convertible (with or without a full windshield), a
targa-top-type car with less than a full windshield, or a T-top-type car
with less than a full windshield.
A closed car is one with a full roof, a targa-top-type car with a full
windshield, or a T-top-type car with a full windshield.
How's that? :-) No, I don't sleep with the book, I'm reviewing for a
Safety Steward Seminar I'm conduction this weekend, so I happeded to
come across it.
Joshua Hadler '74 914 2.0 CSP/Bi - Hooligan Racing #29 - CONIVOR
'87 Quantum Syncro - aka stealth quattro