"all" can be interpreted as all the letters in the post
so if you capitalized some words then it maybe allowed
gray area, for every rule there is an EXCEPTION
and there are rules for every exceptions
Nope. You'd be fined or kicked out for a year. It's very clear what it means. If you try to read anything into it, you're done.
That's how NASCAR works and always has worked. To them, it's simple: you try to read something into it that isn't there, and we'll nail you to a cross.
So nobody ever does it.
I'm sure cars very in both F1 and NASCAR.
Yes, they do. Do people try to cheat in NASCAR? Of course! That's no different at all. The difference is how it's handled. It's COMPLETELY different.
I wonder if the decals for the headlights and etc are accurate when determining Toyota's from Chevy's and so on.
Actually, yes. They are. They are pre-approved before the season starts and are not allowed to change. They are designed from templates based on the actual headlight of the car racing. It goes back to the old days when the car WAS the actual car off the showroom floor. What happened though was that glass was always scattered all over the place when a wreck happened, so as a safety measure they mandated that everyone take their headlights out. They also took all the glass out of the side windows and used plastic front and rear windscreens. Even the glass rear view mirror went. That's why they have stickers now instead of actual headlights.
Tubes, tin, and various materials all made in one shape represent four car manufacturers.
That's actually incorrect. Much like in F1, where the cars look similar, there are quite a bit of differences.
The shapes of the cars are mandated by NASCAR based on the model racing. For instance, if you're racing a Toyota Camry, you submit the factory plans to NASCAR. NASCAR then builds steel templates for that car that MUST MATCH. The hood line, roof line, door lines, all of that HAS to match the template EXACTLY. They literally come out before each race and put the templates on your car to make sure it's right.
Now, many of the rules dictate that hoods can only be so long, or so wide, or have so much a crown on it. Manufacturers know this, so they build their cars to match. Just like in F1, it does make them look very similar. To the untrained eye, there's no difference between a Ferrari, a Williams, a Red Bull....hell, they all look identical to everyone else except the McLaren that has the smoother nose.
But if you know where to look, suddenly there's a hell of a lot of difference. Don't slate it off simply because you don't know where to look because you don't particularly care.
I guess different motor mounts and different engines satisfy the people enough to influence their purchase preference when it car buying time.
No, on second thought it doesn't work that way because 99 % of them drive pick-ups. Maybe it only determines the old ladies car.lol
And I'm sure F1 rules actually makes someone buy a Williams. Oh, wait...they don't make one. Or HRT? Nope. Sauber? Nope.
Come to think of it, almost NONE of them even make a car. So one could ask, what's the point of watching something race that isn't even available on this earth to anybody else but them?
Doesn't THAT sound pretty freaking stupid?