Izzys Cages Posted October 10, 2011 Report Share Posted October 10, 2011 Remember kids...... "Rub'bins Racin'"Sorry. Rubbing may be racing in some organizations, but IT SHOULDN'T BE here. THIS is endurance racing. The only thing to gain from bouncing off of your competitors is a bad reputation for your team. This is not a sprint race. If you cannot make a freaking pass CLEANLY, then wait until you can. If you're having a hard time getting by someone, sit back, relax and LEARN why they are giving you a run for your money. Figure out where you have the advantage, and where they have the advantage. LEARN RACECRAFT!!! Incidental contact? Sure. It happens, but bouncing off of someone because you ran out of talent is not road racing. You want to do that, go race LeMons or bombers/hornets.I'm sure others will have variations, but it's a simple "rule*" If your bumpers not at their door, ITS THEIR FREAKING CORNER. Back off and try again next time. You have plenty of time to get it right. On the flip side, if their bumper is at your door, you don't get to turn in on them. They've beat you. It's their corner. Get over it. Back off and figure out where they have the advantage and where you have the advantage. LEARN RACECRAFT!And possibly even more important, if you punt someone, give someone a mark or crumple their fender, you man the F up and walk over there and discuss it with them. Conversely, if you have an AWESOME 10-20-200 lap race with someone, walk over and talk to the team/driver. You'll have a friend for life *No, it's not in the rulebook. Don't ask John to clarify. 9 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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