I was talking with a friend moments ago and we started talking about SFI specs. Who does the information come from and who is incharge of making the calls on what needs to be done to make it better? What degree do these guys who give the input have? Are they a bunch of backyard chassis builders who decide what will make things better and safer? What kind of testing do these guys do to make calls for us to make us safer? Will SFI be held responsible for making a call and forcing a racer to change something costs him his life? I'm looking very closely at Dan Bills car. Had that been the drivers side he would have died the same death our friend Steve Grebeck did!! Is a car that weighs 3200# running 180 MPH more dangerous than a 2900# car running 200 MPH? The chassis keep getting more and more gusets.. So many that the human body is starting to take the impact rather than the car. Is dying of internal injuries a better way out? NASCAR puts their cars through crash testing. They get a team together and try to make things better. They make changes and test it.. I have never heard of this done with Drag Racing and SFI.. So where do they come up with these guidelines to build a chassis from? Your thought...