Modified car rally – the acceptable face of boy and girl racers?

Outrage at car park takeover by modified car meet, followed by outrage at biased and unfair treatment of modified car owners meet in local press!

Those outraged modified car owners seem to have conveniently forgotten that they didn’t have any sort of permission to takeover the private car park they invaded for their meeting. They’ve also ignored the fact that those people who are unhappy about this coming together, we’re not really expressing their unhappiness at the car park takeover, but much more about the anti-social behaviour they have experienced involving modified car drivers – generally known as boy racers and more recently, girl racers.

I would also of been very interested to see how many of these vehicles were sporting the illegal number plates so many of these car drivers seem to treasure – or is that yet another illegal act they consider to be okay?

If these car enthusiasts really want to improve their reputation with the general population and not continue to be seen as anti-social yobs, then I suggest they clean up their act and encourage the bad eggs amongst their ranks to stop wheel spinning and speeding around our local streets and car parks at any opportunity they get.

If there are any modified car drivers reading this and muttering about the many being condemned by the behaviour of the few – tough. If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck and paddles about in water, then it’s probably a duck!

P.S. – While you’re at it, see if you can get our local Royal Mail van drivers to act more responsibly when driving around our local streets

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3 thoughts on “Modified car rally – the acceptable face of boy and girl racers?

  1. dearest roger, i am, as you call it a girl racer. supposedly. i own a little pugeot 206 gti, which has a legal numberplate is taxed insured and mot’d and totally legal tyre and modification wise. i work long hours in a shop to earn the money i spend on my lovely car. i spend many happy, long, sweaty hours lovingly washing, t-cutting and polishing my pride and joy so as i can go and sit quietly , no music on, no squealing tyres and no engine revving in a little car park with our moddified car family. children are welcome and so are the older generation. next time we are there (and i am sure there will be a next time ) why dont you pop along and look me up, shiny blue pugeot 206 gti. i can give you the tour, show you the wonderfull modded world of static meets. and maybe get you to see the genuinely friendly side of the modified car meet.
    yours
    mrs t elding

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  2. Mrs p elding ,

    You are a girl racer not a car enthusiast

    Polish and t-cut are pretty much the same thing so what you have admitted to is taking the protective layers of your paint off and not replenishing then with a wax.

    Also anyone that really lives there car wouldn’t put t-cut near it

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