Am I just totally brain dead, because I don't see what's against the law
about having a freaking window sticker on a car.
>From: Eric Carman <email@example.com>
>Reply-To: Eric Carman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: "Isley, Jason C." <JIsley@cell1.com>
>Subject: RE: Look but don't touch (was Wendover Site Info?)
>Date: Tue, 27 Jun 2000 16:13:15 -0400
>That is alright, my roommate just got a $50 ticket and a point on his
>license yesterday for having the new Tire Rack window sticker required for
>the Pro events on his car. The cop was a small towner that is known to
>give "Kids" a hard time. It didn't help that my roommate drives a CRX with
>aftermarket wheels. So automatically he is a riceboy. The real killer is
>after a cop friend looked at the ticket he said that the cop could have
>written him up for a repair order or a fine that did not have a point
>associated with it. Which is the normal practice. So, the cop
>specifically wrote it that way. I normally support cops, because I know
>they have very hard jobs, but I cannot stand ones that go after something
>as trivial as this.
>Eric "I am removing my sticker as we speak" Carman
>At 09:43 AM 6/27/00 -0700, Isley, Jason C. wrote:
> > You were lucky enough to find a hose... A select few of us
> >at the race site got a treat when the Wendover Police showed up looking
> >the "White Corvette that was all stickered up". Apparently some terrible
> >person with no regard for the law used a hose and water faucet at
> >place of business that was closed. Lucky for someone Gary Thomason, Steve
> >Waters, Charlie Shelton and myself all had white vettes and the police
> >not tell which car it was for sure. Man one careless person can cause
> >trouble for the whole group. ;0
> > So kids remember, you can go mach 1 on the salt but don't use the
> >water in Utah. Most important, admit nothing, if OJ got off so can you.
> >Jason "It was the other guy, I saw him" Isley
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: Rick Brown [mailto:free2000@QuixNet.net]
> >Sent: Monday, June 26, 2000 9:37 PM
> >To: Isley, Jason C.
> >Cc: email@example.com
> >Subject: Look but don't touch (was Wendover Site Info?)
> >I would strongly recommend against giving the salt flats a try. A number
> >years ago a group of us were doing the west coast Pros. The ones in Salt
> >Lake and San Francisco were a week apart so we took the time off. On the
> >trip to SF, we stopped at the flats and I couldn't resist and took my BSP
> >Z-car out for a run. I was a kick and we got pictures, then went to the
> >nearest town and spent about $10 in quarters at the car wash trying to
> >all the salt off the underneath. Never got it out of all the crevices
> >the body payed the price a number of years later.
> >Rick Brown
> >FP 240Z
> >> You forgot the best part... It is near the famous Salt Flats where
> >> they hold the land speed runs.
> >> I got the old 89' vette up to 100mph before we were shaking so bad I
> >> could not see strait, apparently they don't groom the salt on a regular
> >> basis and it is very ruff.
> >> Even if you are smart enough to keep your car off of the salt, it is
> >> a pain to clean off, you must check it out.
> >> Jason "RX7 KLR" Isley