My suggestion is two catagories for the RTI Ramp one for SWB and one for LWB. Maybe if we can bring some rocks or concrete for some rockcrawling nothing big something that everyone can do and maybe a obsticle course.
Thoughts on a slalom - going through a slalom FORWARDS would tend to make it high speed and high risk.
BACKING through a marked course is another thing entirely, and just might be doable with suitable precautions. The points awarded would probably be based on time, cones touched or knocked down, and possibly style - who knows.
If I let my imagination run with it, it's not a big stretch to think of a car climbing contest (I bet Tony wants a shot at that one), and hammered car drags (Best time dragging the engine blow car a specified distance - SIDEWAYS).
We really should make the most of the engine blow car that we can...
Come to think of it, I'd like to see two trucks hooked on to the car at opposite ends ripping it to pieces. But it would make a big mess to clean up afterwards.
I'd like there to be the parking lot 1/4 - 1/2 full at least. So we have to think what is it going to take to bring people in? The RTI ramp is good, but it doesn't last long does it? I like the burnout contest, so that's a must lol. Bring out the Hooter's girls again.. maybe more this time? To make things even I guess we could bring out the Chippendales for the girls lol. Ok.. scratch the last, but what about getting some magazines involved? Or.. what else could we do?
Did we just become best friends?!
We DID beat the crud out of it with sledge hammers...
I think I spent six or eight bucks on that myself, at four slams to a dollar!
-It was my 'favorite car', a Pontiac Grand Prix. I have wanted to destroy one for years...
(I wonder if there are any pictures of me swatting it?)
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