Following on from recent information given, NASA have started the process of measuring roll cage material, this will now be an on going process, with all cars attending the 2015 national championships requiring a material check tag.
Although time consuming, the method being used has so far been successful, with the minimum disruption and small amount of failure, testing will not always be able to take place after a day's racing, but where possible that is the aim.
Concerns raised during testing seem to be for the cars that don't meet the requirements, and what happens to them, hopefully in most cases the cars will be repaired and back racing as soon as possible, again with the minimum disruption, in most cases the driver/owner will not be aware that the car they purchased, or the material they bought didn't meet the requirements, the testing being carried out is purely for safety and the owner/driver will not have gained any advantage.
With this in mind NASA would like to ask all clubs and leagues to refrain from carrying out any disciplinary action with any member who's car fails this test.
Vernon Mackenzie (NASA director responsible for scrutineering).