dustin B. got hurt, lets wish him a speedy recovery, and some prayers his way.
but here is the topic and my question.
i think for a couple years the air bag drive has been going all over the place but just last year i happened to be at the nesba.com chili cook off. through the members and visitors that were there we raised some good money and Bob, the owner of Nesba matched the amount raised towards air bags, towards and for to be put in place at Blackhawk farms raceway.
now mind you, working together is a great thing to provide a needed item for safety, and regaurdless of whom or what the thought and hard efforts and genorousity as well as the tax benifits are a major plus to HELP the efforts such items of safety for track riding while trying to increase safety for all on the course and even the visitors
NOW here is my questions, and i really want to know why these issues are being done this way.
these are my personal thoughts, i COULD be wrong but if i am prove i am and maybe we can work together if you feel strongly about them as i do.
what governing agency is in charge of looking into safety aspects of these track courses if any?
if there is such a agency why are they not requiring these race courses that take in a VERY LUCRATIVE gross income and raise the bar of operating and maintaining such factors in place in regards for safety.
while certain track day vendors, different business within the industry contribute towards this charity if you will, its a benefit for them. trust me they after a while depending on structure they NEED to get rid of that money, and or its a tax write off. now on the personal level of customers or just nice people out there in the world that donate money for such a cause.
it doesn't matter that WE or business are pitching in to help this issue of safety.
why are the TRACK COURSES NOT DOING IT? it cost to much? well guess what thats part of doing business. they dont feel its a needed item? i dont think so last year Blackhawks farm made it well known that things things SAVES LIFE'S and to please donate towards them.
that being said for 1, i know for a fact since i was there and i am basing what i know, what i heard and also reading articles about how its great.
i cant seem to find, anywhere why the tracks are not providing them. if there is a over seeing agency i am sure there is, cause they reqire most tracks to provide TIRE WALLS! so if they are making them provide some sort of protection to stop the BIKES, and now the push for air fences to SAVE THE RIDER.
well why dont they switch there focus to that?
i need some answers and i am confused, i have never heard the WHY the track are not providing them as part of doing business.
i know why, i just dont want to be a rude bastard right now and there is no need to.
p.s. i am not targeting any particular track course, business of any kind as a attack on you, i am asking general questions from what i know. i am not making this a TARGET FOCUSED agenda yet.