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Jim Derrig
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A major problem with the “one national organization” idea is that geographically we are freaking huge compared to Europe, and our population density is much lower.  One or two tracks probably are the only place to go for hundreds of miles, and they can, when they want, tell the so-called “national organization” to shove it without losing much if any of their customer base.

If a national org, for example, decides “only MG tires from now on,” it has no way of enforcing this–Bridgestone or Maxxis or whomever can just go the to local track and offer an incentive for using their tires.  What’s the national org going to do other than throw a tantrum?