I hope the class happens as this is what the northeast needs right now. A cheap entry class with good racing and easy maintenance to get new people involved. Clubs are hurting with class entries dwindling and people leaving the sport due to high cost. I’m all for it and hope it works. As for including clones, it could work at first but eventually they should be fazed out as the Lo206 has steady rules and the ability to not blueprint them and to keep it simple for newbies. Using clones opens up the world of blueprinted clones for way too much money and little returns. Just run the class on a hard tire rule and open chassis and bodywork and it could take off. Would be great to see a class of 15+ racing at a time at club level again.
When you say ‘hard tire rule’, could you give an example of a hard tire?
November 15-19, 2017
Las Vegas, Nevada
SKUSA SuperNationals 21
2018 Events TBA