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    Posted: 04 Jan 2007 at 1:46pm
For those of you who may not be aware of the ETI program, it is something that each of you may want to consider especially if you are planning on doing any amount of racing in the New Year regardless of how quick or fast you are going.
It works like this, you pick up the ETI form from the track and fill it out.  Make sure that all of your safety equipment such as helmets, belts etc are current should they apply to the ET and mph that you are running.
Once you feel that your car or bike has met all of the requirements, make arrangements with either Paul Brandner or Dave Scwartz for final inspection.
Both are NHRA certified inspectors and can work with you to bring your car up to standards.
The great thing about this program is once you have passed the final inspection phase, no need to wait in tech lines anymore unless of course you have made some major changes on your application.
Give it some thought, it will make your day that much more enjoyable while at Infineon and free up some time for you not to mention it would remove some work load from all of the guys doing tech.
Paul and Dave can give your more information and the best times to go through the program.


Edited by Jim McCombe - 04 Jan 2007 at 1:51pm
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The ETI is great and works at other tracks too.
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Thanks Glen for touching on that as it is a recognized program at any NHRA member track and a very worth while one at that.
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Peanut + ETI = AWESOME program.


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