Side Bars?

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daryl

Guest
Ford of Germany also ran a 500+ HP Capri with a fiberglass body over a 154 pound 1 1/2" alum tube chassis. would you?
 
M

mike

Guest
1105.A.2 says:

Roll cages except Sports Racers and Formula cars stamped
by ICSCC after December 31, 2001 must meet current year
SCCA “IT” minimum standards in regards to bracing, design,
tube diameter and tube thickness. All cages previously
stamped will be grandfathered unless modifications have
been made requiring a new ICSCC roll cage stamp.
 
R

ron

Guest
Ladies and Gentlemen...well, this covers most of us, anyway.
Read the front page of your ICSCC Memo for May,2007. This says it all. No need to read anything into or out of this article. If your still not sure...I would be more than happy to give you the full and complete $50.00 explanation at the track. See me on Friday PM or Saturday AM. Sunday, on race days, I reserve for watching the F1 satelite feed that is provided to the Stewards camper by the "ICSCC Home Office". The Assistant Steward is in charge of catering; so let him know what type of drinks and hors d' oeuvres that you prefer.

Ron Muro
Stew
 
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daryl

Guest
Why that sounds fabulous Ron.

Hal, I would like to put in my request now for a modestly chilled bottle of 1966 Moët et Chandon's Cuvée Dom Perignon champagne, some east tebetan peppered goat/Yak cheese, and a newly aquired taste after switching jobs at insurance companies, a juicy pair of butter fried gekko legs.
 
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ron

Guest
Daryl...man'o man.
I can tell that havn't lived in Eastern Washington all of your life. Us natives are happy with a bag of Kettle Chips (the owner of Kettle Chips races Vintage...so we will keep it in the family. ) and a half case of Molson. Now, that's gourmet! We will, however, make an attempt to aquire some of your requests...all on our $ 10.00 budget. FYI...The Gekko legs we can do; just don't ask for any Lizard legs until Mike finishes posting the year end points results.

Cheers,
Ron Muro
 
F

frank

Guest
If you were catcing the paddock interviews at Monza, you could not misstake the stunning beauty. Turns out she was Bernie Eckelstones dautg
gter
 
K

ken

Guest
Did she have nicely crossed side bars, or does she do the parallels?
 
W

wes

Guest
I'd go with parallels Ken, but only because I'm not a fan of cross barred women!

Ron Dennis has a very pretty wife BTW who hangs out in the garage during the races. Don't recall ever seeing her before, why now after all these years I wonder?
 
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