I think that helmet has a clear shield. But at amateur races like this it's not uncommon for people to go on track w/no eye protection at all, and the organizers just let it go. The very last thing you do before rolling on track is to go past the pregrid worker who checks your race # against a list to make sure it's your turn. The worker looks at your bike's #, then at the list and then looks you right in the eye. Why they don't also check for eye protection right then is beyond me.How does one get away with just street glasses for eye protection. Looks a bit dangerous to me.
My pals and my kid and I went to American Supercamp a few years ago. It was great! Another pal is coaxing me to go to Colin Edwards Bootcamp. He did it last spring and is aching to go back.
Thanks. It's all just for fun and trying to improve my skills.Always a treat to view your well constructed pix Tom.