rjkracer1 wrote:All you would have had to do is ask anyone if you could borrow a helmet for the day, I am sure someone would have lent you one. The rule is clear SA95 or better on the helmet. Just because it was good last year, does not mean this year it is. And next year the helmet rule get stricter, so be weary of buying used helmets that do not meet the rules.
I witnessed the aftermath, as did many others, and your response was inexcusable. Speeding through the paddock could have killed little children and seriously injured adults. For endangering the lives of people, your removal from the track was appropriate as well as the keeping of your registration money.
If you are allowed back, then you should respect the authority given to the officials. They are only there to protect you, your car, everyone else around the track, and make sure that the track can continue to operate for the future. The track is under alot of scrutiny by the city and county. They want to shut down the club, any nobody wants to be the excuse for the closing of the club.
Elise wrote:I was still at registration when this particular incident occured. I have heard many different versions of what happened, but having not been there, I am not going to comment on it. What I would like to say is I trust my volunteers and have faith that they know what they are doing.
As far as the refund, it states in the rules and regs that you must request a refund in writing. I have not received anything, so I was unaware that a refund was needed. It will be taken care of.
Hope everyone lets calm heads prevail!
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