NickHolt Posted November 30, 2016 Report Share Posted November 30, 2016 You just have to shake your head about some of the BS you hear during the off-season. If you're paying attention to unfounded rumors, you can stop paying attention now. We set modest goals each season for the series and each season we have surpassed those goals. We are NOT looking to be the biggest class out there, but we ARE looking to make the Lone Star Legacy class one of the most fun, most family oriented, cleanest, most cost-effective series in Texas - or anywhere else for that matter....And we will be back in 2017 with several new teams and a solid core of existing teams. We are proud that three of our biggest stars - Allen Sampson and Dillon Sampson and young Gabriel Fogg - are moving on over to other racing divisions after setting the standard in the Lone Star Legacys since the series began three years ago. I understand that the Fogg ride has already been purchased and that both the well-maintained and perfectly tuned Sampson cars are for sale. Someone will be getting some 1st-rate equipment should they decide to purchase either, or both, of their cars. With those three now absent from the starting lineup, that leaves some room for those who were nipping at their heels to move up into the "star" status. Can't wait to see how all that shakes out. Our goal is - and always has been - to provide an affordable, well-organized and reasonable way for Legacy teams to race at short tracks and road courses in Texas. One of our major emphasis is on good sportsmanship and clean, non-aggressive driving. We are very serious about the no-contact racing part of our program and are even strengthening our enforcement in 2017. I know, I know. Some call our series ugly names because we enforce the no-contact deal, but this past season we went the entire season with no major wrecks and only minor incidental body contact, which usually happened during practice sessions! And if you think the series is boring, you just haven't been paying attention. We will be announcing a few minor rules changes and clarifications over the next few weeks along with an announcement about a new addition to our management team for 2017. So, if you hear that the track is pulling the Lone Star Legacys from their racing program, please set the person spreading that rumor straight. Thanks. Nick Holt and James Huff Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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