Dave are you sure? Have you checked it with the blue book? I thought it was dangerous because of the fire risk, you'd not be able to see if the car was on fire or if the driver was unconscious before you got to the scene of the crash?
Hi all - the photo on track by itself was John Findlay in the second car. He did manage to get a full session by himself.
As we had major problems with my car - the immobiliser did exactly what it says on the tin - it immobilised the blo*dy car for two days (eventually worked out one of the relays was goosed) - I had to go out with the "Speed Sunday" boys.
As you can imagine, I kept it well out of the way on track but it was good to get used to the gearing, seating position and of course, the slicks we are running on.
Tinted windows - yes, they are tinted from when it was a road car but you can see through them...
Richard - if I was a marshall, to check if the driver is OK, I'd probably look through the big clear window at the front...
Oh yes, on the 'pink' front (ahem!). As Dan Rose's car and mine are both blue with white viper stripes, so you can tell them apart at distance, Dan has run green vinyl up the posts and I have run some 'pink' vinyl on mine.
My girlfriend made me go for pink (honest!) but since I've just spent around 17K of the money that was part of our house deposit, I cant' really complain can I!!!