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  1. Sorry, I didn’t mean to say they were questioning the legality of getting help from a relative. They were questioning something else on the car, but I didn’t think it relevant to get into the specifics. The point I meant was that I am the leader and one of the people checking in cars. I found myself in the uncomfortable position of trying to defend my son’s car (that I didn’t even actually build). My point was that it gave me a look into what it is like to be on the other side of it. I appreciated the comments here that said they greatly simplified the Derby rules and tried to remov
  2. I really appreciate all these that say they greatly simplified the rules. I struggle every year with parents interpreting the rules in different ways and trying to call out other cars as "breaking" the rules. This year, a family member helped with my son's car. I kept getting questions about whether his was legal or not (it was legal), but it made me a nervous wreck that people were thinking my son (and me!) a cheater. I really did not like that feeling and would hate to put someone else in that situation. During a previous year, the race administrator caught that one of the cars had a
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