It's a matter of degrees. Quite frankly if you want to run someone up to the speed limit or a few MPH faster, that's fine as far as I'm concerned. But I know people that will race each other at triple digit speeds on public roads for 30min+. That's stupid. There are speeds which are safe on public roads and there are speeds that aren't.neonphenom3 said:Ya know what....I actually see both sides of this discussion. LID says that one risk doesn't make another one ok. But the ALLIED FORCES say that wrong is wrong and no matter whose fault it is it's still wrong. I ask this...What are we saying? What makes something wrong vs. ok. What is the dividing line? Is it the level of the risk or is it the act itself that makes street racing bad? I have been street racing since I was 5. It went from big wheels to scooters to car but....still racing. At what point did it become wrong? Was it ever right? what makes the drag strip safer than a monitored, empty street? These are questions we need to ask if we are seriously discussing street racing. My opinion is that it only becomes wrong when someone gets hurt or dies. No one kills intentionaly when driving so when does that innocence turn into malice?