I think Mac has rumbled me. That pretty much covers it as it happens.
For me it's more about just making sure the out of the box car isn't a bag of bolts, rather than race-tuning them.
I would imagine that even in a race where cars have to be out-of-box untuned it would be acceptable to make sure the bearings and so on were fitted correctly?
I make a distinction in my head between making sure the box car is put together right and substituting parts to make it go quicker, but perhaps I'm wrong?
I'd imagine if you had a pure
box fresh car then each racer would run the risk of theirs being a bag of bolts against a well put together one?
Difflock - thanks for the kind words, perhaps if I ever attend a race meet with you and I a-hole one of your cars due to my ineptitude I'll be able to get you to tell me to %[email protected]
Not that I'm kinky or nothing mind... arse -- anyone got a shovel?
By the way, I love the way you lot always put Guv in quotes