Why is it that a lot of people running in stock class are not able to
understand the meaning of the word STOCK.Sure there are 432 good reasons to
modify your car. as in;It's faster/safer/more fun/dependable/cheaper/better/and
the one I love,I bought it with a factory defect and need to fix it!
Stock cars arriving at a event on trailers- think about it,foolish??
Sport cars towing trailers with a $1000 worth of rims/rubber to run stock
class(vetts $2000) yes you were sold to the tire Co's so you could change to
there rubber when you got there,foolish??
Got out of stock
Eric Buckley wrote:
> Richard Atkins wrote:
> > I agree, we try to sell ourselves as having a spot for any car. It seems
> > reasonable that somebody who has a stock "stock" car should not have to
> > make adjustments, add aftermarket parts to be able to compete with
> > others in the same car. As it is now somebody shows up in a stock car,
> > beat, ask why and is told "to be competitive you need to make these
> > to your car" all which cost money.
> I'm glad nobody told me that. I just kept racing my bone stock car
> (including tires) until I won an event. Then I figured I was ready to start
> changing parts. Every driver I talked to at my first national tour (which I
> DFL'd) told me to keep driving the stock tires until I got it right. I am
> deeply indebted to them.
> Eric Buckley
> 7 STR: 98 Integra GS/R
> St. Louis Region