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Winning Ways Unpack The NHRA

Why is the virtual boardroom in Johannesburg?

In South Africa last year, the Stipes lodged an objection in 1 in every 606 races run.

In Mauritius there was a Stipes objection once in every 26 races in their 2014 season.

Singapore Stipes lodged an objection once in every 41 races.

In Hong Kong they objectED once in every 52 races.

France and Japan average once in every 57 races.

By popular demand following our publication of the second interview last week,James Goodman and Steve Reid explain what the regulator costs and ask some hard questions and unpack some other facts about the NHRA.

Watch the show here

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3 comments on “Winning Ways Unpack The NHRA

  1. M(artin)Gram(atica) says:

    It would be good to get the “other” side of the story from the NHRA, in particular with regard to why the admission of guilt system is in place. As as aside could you clarify what Steve Reid was charged with as he mentions he was charged but never elaborated on wht the charges were.

  2. B D Steele says:

    Everything they could think of plus more cost him bucket loads but hey he can afford it ,the bloke is not an outie.He continues to be a thorn in their side and the truth will come out

  3. donald bradshaw says:

    When Mr. Goodman asked Steve how the NHRA should be restructured he did not have any concrete ideas on what should be done with this dinosaur which has passed its sell by date ?

    I have posted on this platform in skeleton form that the NHRA should be devolved to each racing jurisdiction of which there should be four , with each jurisdiction having a ” in house ” stipendary presence which reports to the C.E.O. of that racing jurisdiction. I did give a little more detail in that post which I will not repeat again here !

    The obvious problem with this proposal is a lack of capital funds in the industry at present to implement any restructuring procedures so I guess we are stuck with this incompetent ” top heavy ” and ” clumsy ” authority for the foreseeable future , more the pity !

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