The entries are down in Production but that does not mean the fun factor is gone. I can race against another class and many of the P-Cars are close in lap times to other classes. For me it isn't about racing myself as much as it is being out there and driving as fast as I can. P-Cars are inexpensive to run and a good way to be out there and not spend much money. That should be a big attraction to people who want to get started but don't have a lot of green-backs. They can improve the car and move up a class, much like I have another much stronger, prepped engine if I wanted to race EIP or GIP (if it's still possible).