|08-10-2007 11:06 PM|
|Bambooburnr||Hey thanks for everyone's Hypothetical answers I am really hoping on Hypothetically getting out to Texas and dropping a few hints as to how to use said Ranch field...|
|08-10-2007 10:27 PM|
Hypothetically, Could one hypothetically speaking, say hypothetical, in a hypothetical sentence, of a hypothetical story, in a hypothetical post on a hypothetical forum?
Just make sure if you invite anyone over to run on this course that you make them sign a waiver saying you won't be help responsible for any damages to their car or personnel injury... aka cover your ass so you don't get sued by some retard.
|08-10-2007 07:55 PM|
|focusonthefocus||You have a PM, BambooBurnr. Be sure to take pictures! I want to see that!|
|08-10-2007 06:57 PM|
|LazarusZX3||If you wrecked on said hypothetical course in an insured daily driver, a claims adjuster would come to the hypothetical property and not cover any of it. Probably dump you from the insurance. Hypothetically. I would only race a car you don't care about wrecking.|
|08-10-2007 03:37 AM|
Hypothetically if one were to be able to pull said hypothetical insurance cost and what not together and hypothetically be able to hook up with the SCCA, then hypothetically I would imagine that there could be some potential hypothetical money to be made of said hypothetical business venture. Not to mention possible hypothetical tax breaks if part of such an organization as the SCCA. All Hypothetically speaking, of course!
If said venture were to ensue though, it would be nice for said members of some club/gathering of individuals that say share the same vehicle (hypothetically of course) would be allowed a small break in cost to run though! Would take some serious re-thought on where to put mods at though depending on the design of the track!
|08-10-2007 03:13 AM|
|NikiterZTS||this thread is Hypothetically good|
|08-10-2007 02:42 AM|
yes a road trip to texas would be sweet.
about 1600 miles for me though.
|08-09-2007 03:28 PM|
Yep shouldn't be a problem. My brother has about 70 acres in East Texas and we have built a seriously intense cross country course (dirt bike)on it.
But like Eventerke said insurence is going to be the killer, if you plan on letting friends drive on it you might wanna get them to sign a waiver, and if you go public you will deffinatly need insurence.
|08-09-2007 03:20 PM|
I'd also hypothetically like to drive on a course like that. And then hypothetically crash into a hypothetical tree, because (hypothetically speaking) I've never actually driven a rally course before, hypothetical or otherwise.
Still, sounds like an awesome hypothetical idea.
|08-07-2007 01:42 PM|
but i agree, if its private land and for private use, i dont think there should be a problem
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