Car #: #23
Year : 1991 Posts: 642
Is it really necessary for the SCCA to continue to require that any sticker or patch from a competitive organization be covered while at an event? It really only attracts attention and curiosity from those who don't know what's going on. And the organizations even seem to be working together, in some cases, to provide consistent rules within classes. With all the BS going on in the rest of the world it might be beneficial to show some token sign of cooperation.
Sorry, but a terminal case of cabin fever combined with a foot and a half of snow today seems to have spawned a bout of pacifism.
-------------------- Muda Motorsports "We're all here 'cause we're not all there."
Car #: 71,72
Year : 1990,1999 Posts: 166
no i dont think it is necessary at all.mostly because no spectators are wanted there by the scca or nasa anyway.and on the snow fall your snow has ruined my weekend my dad lives up there in south east pa and was going to bring me my new motor and featherlight enclosed trailer to me this weekend,but has been unable to service the trailer do to your last snow,and now this storm made it worse.
Car #: 46
Year : 1993 Posts: 160
How about going "green" and instead of all double dippers using all sorts of tape to cover the "offending" stickers... Use one piece of duct tape to cover the eyes of the offended official? Hurry April...
-------------------- LTD Racing Chief Of Inappropriate Comments
Region: San Francisco
Car #: 29
Year : 1991 Posts: 550
makes sense to me. 2 separate clubs that are trying to represent themselves, not their competition. As much as they work together to make things easier for the members of both clubs, they are still in direct competition with each other.
Car #: 92
Year : 99 Posts: 131
I saw a guy who puts his nasa and his scca stickers on a flat magnet like that on a refrigerator. he then just removes/adds either sticker/magnet combo depending on the club he is racing with. simply brilliant.
Car #: 09
Year : 99 Posts: 143
I attended a NASA event and there was an American Roadster with a SCCA sticker on the back of his car that was 1x4, no not inches but feet. No cover up. I can understand at the national level but not regional.
Region: Lone Star
Year : 1990 Posts: 4253
It was a non-issue with NASA for a while. I think now it's retaliatory. The NASA TX people I have talked to thinks it's silly for regional type races. I can understand a national championship that will have press and video coverage that will be used for marketing.
-------------------- "Your victory is tainted! Asterisk! Asterisk!!!"--Lisa Simpson
Car #: Yours?
Year : will race 4 food Posts: 575
When I was running with NASA I always covered my SCCA stickers out of respect. I forgot once or twice in my last season and noticed my car would be cropped out of grid photos, paddock photos, etc. which is completely understandable... just a good reference point for those of you that like having your car on the web or event photo albums.