Batman77 Posted June 20, 2004 Report Share Posted June 20, 2004 There are several concerns I have about this class, when I was asked to drive a car for TBS this winter and herd what class it was i was excited I might get a chance to learn how to race. I agree I have had my own trouble mechanically but I never thought I would go out and see a trend that I am seeing at THR. Here are my concerns: • The race is at the end, and for reasons they say for debris left on the track but we continue to use the intermission for celebrity race with the same cars and have time to clean the track. • The race has more track cars that have nothing to gain but fun. Yes this is for fun but also some of us thought and want to drive the beginning class of racing. • This week I had a wreck and went to the in field out of respect of the others and thought some one would come get me after the race and tow the car back to the pits like other classes that did not happen, instead Terry, who was helping the pits with the wrecks that others had, came to get me after all others left. Yes it was our car and yes we had a wrecker, but what are the track trucks for? If you want this class to grow for beginning drivers then you need some changes, if you want this for your cars at the track to have fun then tell me I won’t come anymore. This class would get more attention if we were before the intermission and use that time to clean the track, or make the rules such the cars don’t have debris. I hit the wall pretty hard; did you see anything from my car there? The class you had last year I herd got out of hand with the money they spent on the cars, so you created this class for new drivers. I know Terry has spent lots of time and lots of money just to have fun but I would like to at least get seat time in a class that I can eventually move to the next with the experience not go to a fair and do Demo Derby. I just ask one question is this for learning to race in a stock car or is this for your track fun? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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