From: tim900 .....--... Re: Road Racings Engine End Case Rules
on 31/01/2008 at 08:38 PM
My last post on this subject......are you going to "adopt" the rules that suit you , regardless of what you have advised the GCR's are telling you ?
Sorry mate , I had to get that in...... , I realise you are a busy man , and experts - your words not mine - are a nuisance.....
All the best for the 2008 season
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I wasn't trying to be rude if that is how you took it, one could only reasonably assume from your last comments on this topic that you are an expert in the field of engineering. If you aren't saying so yourself then why give the examples of what you do as an engineer and that you run an engineering business as an argument against what you believe to be wrong with the present technical rules? All I did was invite you to contact M.A given your field of expertise to let them know of your concerns so your thoughts could be taken into consideration. It is one thing to come on this website and say you don't agree with the rules, which in general will achieve little as I'm not the governing body. It is a whole nother level of commitment to contact the road race commissioners, whom I'm picking you know who they are and how to contact them or contact M.A directly and have your say.
As for deciding what rules suit me on the end case rules, nothing could be further from the truth.
All I have tried to do here is have one set of rules for end cases and covers that everyone in the paddock, both officials and competitors alike, can work towards now that M.A have said what their rules mean. It would be folly to run with a number of differently worded rules relating to the same thing for over half the classes in the series. I would have thought this would be seen as a commonsense approach.
And Tim you are right I am a busy man, just tha same as every other working person out there, but that hasn't stopped me from spending a large amount of my personal time to try and assist everyone in the racing paddock to make sure their racing experience is as hassle free and as much fun as possible.
Again I invite you to contact MA and let them know of your concerns.
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