I said before that having to pay just for the opportunity to offer suggestions to better the sport is about the dumbest thing possible. It still is.You guys can always join.
X2, except I was dumb enough to pay my money. Hey, you can't knock it till you try it I guess. Besides, no one even uses that forum, its usually like trying to have a conversation with yourself.I said before that having to pay just for the opportunity to offer suggestions to better the sport is about the dumbest thing possible. It still is.
Brett,What I never figured out is why the current MTRA rules aren't simply adjusted to mirror the current Feld rules. It's great to talk about all the things planned to make it better, but when your own rules aren't even leading the industry you need to look solely at your organization (or lack of). Feld has a huge fleet of trucks that provide great component feedback, so I see no reason why their current rules can't be adapted at least as a MTRA baseline.
Mirroring the rulebooks should be a 30 second decision, and any team/member that votes against doing so isn't there to advance the industry, only their personal agenda.
Once the rulebooks match, THEN (and only then) the MTRA can set about being what they should have been all along, a safety organization looking at new innovations for the industry.