OWOOT replays should be sent then to Alain. At IRC competitions, Mingva always asked him to decide doubtful situations/replays. I was usually very angry at them. But since - as far as I know - they laid down the exact definition of OWOOT driving, I think they are the men who should inspect the replays. Pershing II allowed more tricks than them, but they faded away. Alain said whether we could do something or not. And without any debates, we had to obey him. No pipe jump, no corkscrew jump. F3 camera, 3 clicks plus 10 clicks, and that's the view what counts. Do you remember?
I considered myself a good OWOOT driver, but I don't really like to drive that way. I participated in the good old ISA/IRC competitions, because it was probably the hardest/strongest competition ever (Alan Rotoi gave up 100% serious ZakStunts driving after ZCT 23, he said, but he remained active at IRC), it was a big feat to be on the podium there... but each lap was a pure suffering.
Well, no-RH driving: I'll send my laps honestly, but I'm sure that the proper way to hold such competitions is to hold a live meeting. But unfortunately, this thread already has more replies than my 2014 WSM idea last year.