Stock Car Racing!
Stock Car racing is fast, fun and
furious, but not in the way you
Stock Car Racing rules.
- All competitors are friendly and
helpful, until you win.
- How to tell someone is cheating when
Champion. The poor racer
that always raced at the
track or venue for less money.
Those that say 'We just race for the
fun of it' are delusional.
The best way to spend large amounts
of time and money is to use
Changing rules about tires, engines
and car design will never
the competition even.
Winners will always do better, no
matter what the rules and race
The louder they brag about how good a
'street racer' they are,
worse they are in true competition.
You can go broke winning trophy
The checkered flag tells all.
The more crashes you cause, the more
likely you will be in a
Luck may take you out of a race, but
it will never keep you in
Those that put speed over safety will
Winning in racing isn't that tough.
It just requires a
- Somehow the car always runs much better during the race,
never runs well in time trials.
- They believe special enhancements will overcome mechanic
- They believe special enhancements will overcome driver
- The one always complaining about the winner being a cheater.
assume the only way someone did better was by cheating.
When you choose to drive for points
over driving to win you have forgotten what racing is.
Manipulation, fighting and demolition
driving is pandering to the
shallow end of the gene pool. You will be praised by morons.
A fan base is nurtured and
grown. Fans can be wonderful when honest hard work and true
racing attract loyal and intelligent fans.
If you want to keep your friends, don't let
them drive the Race Car.
Derby fun and suggestions for what its worth.
- Structural Design
- Energy systems
- Power transfer
- Safety Systems
- Business Finance
- Chaos factors
- Record Keeping
- System Dynamics
track Racing Intermission,
part of the
fun of racing.
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Stock Car Rules last updated Dec 9, 2011 Version
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These rules do not reference any
specific person or company.
They are comical exaggerations of the occurrences of everyday life in
Racing. Any relation to events anywhere past, present or future is