Topic: Question for judges: Why does "cheap" have to equal Filthy?
I've been chided a couple times (and nearly got penalty laps) for having a clean well presented car. I understand its supposed to be junkers and relaxed fun, but its easier, safer and a whole lot less messy to have clean junk. That way, when (not if) it brakes, you can see where the various fluids are pouring out of. I'm building another car right now, and am finding that spending no money, there is still a lot you can do to simplify and lighten the cars. Its a junker, but its gonna be a clean junker, BS judging be-dammed!
PS, putting in my $35 unknown spring rate springs in today
Maker of the "unofficial Lemons fish!" - If you ask nice, I'll likely give you one at the track.