Join Date: May 2005
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Re: Is Southern California a good thing for CORR?
You west coasters get everything you want... can't you be happy with SCORE, nooooooooooooo, you have to come and take our fun as well.... (just kidding) I'm sure you'll be running away from your first race looking for a fab shop to start building your truck like I did after my first corr event two years ago... The idea that got me fired up was witnessing all the small private teams competing in these events, I mean, a father son act with a homebuilt chassis coming to the track on a flatbed with the toolbox strapped down to the truckbed made me believe that racing in this league was possible for anyone with enough mojo... but his latest decision just flushed that idea. I can't help but ge peaved at the idea. Now it will make entry into this sport much more difficult. I have been trying to gather financial and logistical support to start a factory stock team, but after reading about the expansion of the season, I gave up on that notion. I realize that this expansion will be great for CORR's overall business case, but entry costs just shot up a factor of magnitude higher and the smaller teams will be a thing of the past. Oh well, now i have a $40,000, non-street leagal truck to play with. At least I can still piss off the neighbors.