Street Racing? Takes a certain personality and big responsibility. It's not for everyone. There are rules just as in any competition. Number one being safety and number two is sportsmanship. Never endanger anyone else, so it's between two consenting licensed drivers. Conditions must be perfect. If time permits I usually chat with the person to see if in agreement of our intent. It's about as dynamic as driving gets. No cones, track rules, or drivers whom think just because of a helmet they possess skills. In racing loss of traction is time lost. If done properly you should be shaking when it's over. It's that kind of a rush. That's why we do it!
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If anyone is to blame it's my dad. While I was a kid, dad drove a Corvette and got mom a GTO (his & hers Hurst shifter). At least I don't smoke Marlboro Gold 100's with windows rolled-up, wife and three kids in the car. My how times have changed, some for the better. (cough cough)