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2003 MMRA TECH DIRECTOR

To: All MMRA Racers

From: Pete Neimeier, President


Vic Johnson
 

 Iím excited to announce an important new addition to the MMRA team.  Vic Johnson has come aboard as our Tech Director and he will oversee the tech inspection process for all our touring and Grand National races in 2003.

Vic has many years of experience in racing, and strong moral character.  He also loves the sport of minicup racing and has agreed to take on this responsibility simply to help the sport grow.  Iíve known Vic for years and he is well qualified to perform this important job.  He is patient and understanding of the needs and concerns of the average racer while remaining firmly committed to maintaining an even playing field for all competitors.

Vic will have full authority over the tech inspection process.  No other MMRA staff member will have any input into the process unless Vic asks for it.  All decisions regarding the legality of cars and or parts will be made by Vic alone, and his decisions will be final.

My recommendation is for all racers to treat Vic with respect.  He is volunteering his efforts on your behalf and remember - he will be in charge of tech at all the races.  If you should ever have a disagreement with Vic, youíll find he is willing to listen to all logical, levelheaded arguments. 

Vic is a great guy to work with and many of you will look forward to seeing him at each event.  Please help me welcome him aboard and let him know you appreciate his work to make the sport better for all of us.

Vic has written an introduction letter that describes his plans for tech inspections at each event.  Please go ahead and read it so you'll know what to expect and how to make our events go as smoothly as possible.

Thank you,

Pete Neimeier

Click here for Vic's introduction letter