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Old 07-07-2021, 01:47 PM
Tim White Tim White is offline
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There are a great many things I do not understand, the first being what happened in 2018 that made entry into the class more expensive? I also don't understand the idea that participation is down this year, from what I can see it is up slightly from 2019, I'll ignore last year. The average car count from 2019 was 3.2 where we are currently at 3.8 with a few races to go. There was a big drop in 2018 as 2017 averaged 4.3 and it fell to 3.4 in 2018. In today's market there is much more competition, when there were 40+ cars at the Runoffs there was no NASA. Oddly enough there has not been 40+ cars at the Runoffs since 2004. Since 2010 the average has been 21, it would be nice to exceed this.
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