No need to re-upload spots without our notice. There's also no need to use caps lock as that's called shouting. Your spot is nothing special, just a regular yellow Viper.
Nothing special?. That was an ACR Viper Roadster, something you will never see up in the U.K, or any other country. That was the first spot on the entire site, and I have the only sighting of it, quite possibly in the entire world. How is that not special? Also, I had to use Caps Lock so people would read it before reporting. It upsets me that was deleted because it got Spot of the Day, and now, it seems like all my Spots of the Day are being taken away from me. Just yesterday, my Local Motors Rally Fighter, which got Spot of the Day two days ago, got deleted because some bloke reported it as being an event since all the doors and components were opened even though that was a completely random sighting on the side of Greenwich Avenue. I honestly don't understand how this site works.
Maybe you should ask
first if you're unsure about certain spots or rules? You're really doing the opposite. You're uploading your spots first, then you start asking questions because apparently you don't know how this site works.
There's nothing special about your spot which is just a yellow Viper. In that case, one single photo is not gonna do it. Same with 1 photo spots of Mustangs, Corvettes, Camaros, Challengers, especially in the US. Extremely rare cars are fine with 1 photo, unfortunately you didn't spot such a car.
If you have spots with only 1 photo, you can post the photo here: http://forum.autogespot.com/index.php/topic,37981.0.html
List of rules written in English can be found here: http://forum.autogespot.com/index.php/topic,3248.0.html
Got any spots you're unsure of? Post your question in this topic or send them to firstname.lastname@example.org