Originally Posted by riceburner
WOW that was informative.
NHRA insurance is only there if you are an NHRA member, my son went down on the big end at over 150mph at a TNT, we had to deal with it on our own. But the track we tested
<DIV>at prides itself on being NHRA. Does anyone know if youonly covered all the time or only</DIV>
<DIV>at official NHRA events? </DIV>Edited by: Z1R78
That should'nt have been the case. If this is not something that happened long ago you probably can still make a claim. I'm not clear if your a NHRA member or not. If he is , then the track did'nt handle this correctly. I would like to say again as several have...Watch the video Steve posted. Very accurate and informative and will clear up any questions you may have had. This is how things are + work.Edited by: 2bking1320
<DIV>Most NHRA tracks will ask you how fast you are going before you finish tech. 9.99 or below and over 120 will need a license (membership)before they go down the track. </DIV>Originally Posted by Z1R78
<DIV>If you do make a pass even in a test and tune quicker then you are allowed they should have stopped you from making any more runs.</DIV>
<DIV>Sounds like the track wasnt paying attention in the first place.</DIV>
Tom is 100% correct and regardless he should've been covered. You probably won't be welcome back to track if you were not NHRA member and going faster then 9.99. But if you were going slower then 9.99 and wrecked they shoud've taken care of it. Of course you won't make any friends over it and as long as your Son did'nt do anything to put himself in this position other then Fate.
Slightly off topic but interesting still. dragzine.com just ran an article about the IRS investigating the NHRA and the fact that they have had a tax exempt status due to them being a "non-profit organization". NHRA a non profit? what a joke
Tom Compton makes OVER $770,000.00 a YEAR!!! Any more questions about where the money goes?!!! Ray.
Exactly, after they pay the bills there pay checks are then decided. If they have $3.000.000.00 left after bills + payroll the top dogs split up whats left so there is your not for profit status. Hospice's do the same thing but involves millions more.
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