I've been thinking the same...Lot's of drivers do it some more than others.. Any idea's on recourse?This is the type of thing that the race directors should be policing. I have not seen this since I ran electric 10 years ago in Houston. Since nitro, we have no more on track etiquette.
Thats not true if you let off when you catch up to someone and wait for a clean pass your laps times will be faster and it will make you a better driver. And it may save the pipe at your track..lolI am all for good track manners, but it is hard in the sportsman class. If you stopped everytime you hacked somebody and let them recover nobody would ever make a lap.