Here my 2 cents the extra money belongs in the upper class. The pay outs are not that good even for the upper class. It cost way more for them guys to operate. If you guys want more trucks to show up for bigger payout in lower class work on your rules!!!! By the way we would run class 300 if we where racing.
First let me say i've enjoy racing with overlanders for a long time. I would love to see you guys change somethings so we could come back racing with you guys. I just don't get what the culb was trying to do. For class 300 they put a cubic inch rule in and lowered the vacuum rule what sense does that make. I just think your guys rule are to far apart from all the other clubs. Nobody wants to get put in a class where they don't stand a chance or they have to have there engine pump because somebody butt hurt they didn't win. Even the rules between drags and bogs don't match so you can drag and bog both. Last time we where there we had to run class 400 drags and open in bogs with a class 300 truck so we pulled are engine and put it in a drag car.I think if you guys would seat down and take a good look at the rules you could get rid of alot of things that would make easier on the tech crew and on the trucks come to race with your culb
Post by Tim Bennett on Mar 29, 2015 19:42:28 GMT -6
In my opinion, our 300 drag class is pretty slow and no one has had their engine pumped since the rule change, however many years ago. If you had to run 400 because of your carb, I thought we threw out the carb rule for 300, as long as its just one carburetor. Sometimes I help tech trucks and believe me we don't want to see anybody get their ass handed to them because of being out classed. Yea some of the trail riggs that come to bog get out classed. But I think they just come for the fun. Thanks for reminding me of the big rule change lol. I always like other input.