I agree. It's like selling someone an airplane and telling them they can't really fly it.
BMW down here hold driving school at Sebring and it would be silly for that to void the warrenty.Modern Wedgie said:tpup-
I'm just hoping to make the distinction between competition and non-competition use in the warranty. I think that is fair!
If "you" blow the tranny at the track I would hope that Lotus wouldn't cover the repairs, but if the failure was attributed to a mechanical defect that would've happened no matter where you drive than it should definitely be under warranty. I feel companies are being taken far too many times on their warranty claims that were a result of user error. Which in the long run raises our prices and decreases the probability of having a issue taken care of when something actually breaks.Modern Wedgie said:What if you blow the tranny, and lotus says, "no, we wont replace it because you've taken it on a track."
Oh, if the problem doesn't happen on the track than I would hope they don't give any objections it would be pretty hard to prove that it is a direct result of track use and luckily for us it goes the other way than what Mark has expressed. "If you can't prove that it's my fault than you're responsible".Modern Wedgie said:L8brakr-
No offense taken. I'm concerned that if something mechanically goes wrong as a result of a manufacturer defect, and Lotus tries to make the argument that they will not replace it because the car was taken on a track.