Who ever submitted the rule change for production cars to be able to run headers please explain the reasoning behind it.
SHOULD be qualifying the car. If you have to take another car in to 'that' race then, back of the grid for you as the 'car' was not qualified.Did you know that when you drive a qualifying session that we don't know if you are qualifying the car or yourself?.....
It depends (but I guess we can answer every question with that eh?).but then everybody wants to go faster, don't they.
So get rid of porting, ECU tuning, don't allow fuel cell, don't allow aftermarket intake, don't allow open exhaust... That'd be real inexpensive.Ummmmm.... I'd say let's keep Production classes real inexpensive, close to stock and do any modifications under our Improved Production classes- dont mix them.
Your experience, while valid, stems from different circumstances and I feel your viewpoint is through glasses of a different shade. The G2 Prod racers, aren't pushing the envelope, they aren't trying to go faster, they are just racing by themselves and here in Conference they have a right to support that continued experience. That is why Conference kicks ass and I support their decision even though I don't agree.I do identify, Colin.
I believe that every 'racer' wants to go faster. That's why they involve themselves in the sport. And I believe that most, will push the envelope of the regulations so that they might make the car of their choice as fast as their budget will allow. And some will go beyond that, to the point of pushing for rule changes that will accommodate those desires without moving the car into a 'faster' class/group.
OEM vs. aftermarket. Stock vs. Improved. Those SHOULD be pretty self evident descriptions, but...