To the point Linda of being consistent with other tracks in regards to red flag procedures. I don’t recall any other track I have been to, either for racing or track days, that uses the stop on track procedure that we use here on race days. i do believe that several of those facilities the logistics allow that to be the case a little better. Some tracks the crash truck and or ambulance has already picked a bike/rider up during the race and had it back in the pits. We don’t really have that luxury though.
And this is why it can’t be stressed enough how critical it is to listen during riders meetings at any event you go to.
When I said consistency across all tracks, I meant all tracks where the EMRA is holding events, such as stratotech and castrol. We should keep our rules the same, no matter what track we're at. What other tracks/clubs do is out of our control and they have decided on what works best for them.