So what happens if you have a heavy foot and "accidently" do 250 on your 150 run?
Something that flagrant would get you banned from running the event and get your ass chewed up one side then the other. Plus the officials would be watching you like a hawk, for instance even in future events if there is anything in tech was on the fence about you would not get any breaks.
(Just an example based on my experiences)
-Fuel to get to the event 750$ (one way).
-Hotel 1200$ (1 room) for the event NON refundable and purchased 6 months in advance (X3 rooms for crew, they help chip in for rooms however)
-Entry fee for race per class 500$
-Event race fuel (usually runs about 200$)
All told it cost me about 10K$ to run 1 event.
The reason I tell you the expense is because it would be a real bummer to spend that sort of coin and put that much blood into a project just to be told to go home.
Here is a little story.....
About 5 years ago I spun my ModSports over 200. The car spun about 15 times before I could pull the chute (you dont want the cord wrapping around the wheels).
After the car stopped I was really excited....mostly because I didnt die.....So I pulled a 'shooter Mcgavin' hand gesture (from happy gilmore) just as the first emergency crew came roaring up, (*they already started the life flight heli and had ambulances ready....common procedure for spins that fast).
The first on scene was a high ranking safety official (now is a buddy). Needless to say he was less then impressed with my 'making a joke' out of the whole deal. I got my ass chewed big time...and he was right to. Later in the event someone with a similar narrow wheelbase car died (friends with the team) who was going SLOWER then my car when it spun (his rolled however).
I didnt mean to be long winded about this.....but I can assure you....you wouldnt do it again!!!!