The more and more I attend SCCA and NASA events...the more I appreciate the current level of oversight that occurs in my region with NASA. I had 2 customers this weekend at our SCCA regional at Laguna Seca. So I watched every SM and group 5(alphabet soup)race. The amount of contact was staggering...at least a dozen cars(34 entries I think) with significant damage...75% were avoidable/idiotic driving. The few that were self induced learned there own lessons I'm sure. Sometimes we(SM group) just have bad weekends...the problem local is this has happened EVERY weekend. NOBODY in SCCA oversee's this large group or has any knowledge of the same guys who are constantly creating problems! Then its he said she said with half the drivers not running video..."racing incident" does no one any favors!
What more needs to be said, it's the job of the Chief Technical Inspector.
9.2. VEHICLE DOCUMENTATION
9.2.1 VEHICLE LOGBOOKS
Each car shall have a complete and up-to-date logbook.
J. If a car is involved in an accident or is damaged as a result of mechanical failure, the damage must be
noted in the Vehicle Logbook by the accident investigator or Chief Technical Inspector.