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  1. I agree with you on all points there Don. Personally I'm a big fan of how loose fitting it is, and stepping away from the fairly convoluted point system is fantastic. Not to mention how the lack of base classing and base weight drastically simplifies things. My only real concern is a geographical one, as I'm certain that there is not a Dynojet Dynamometer in Saskatchewan. Regarding the tire size bit you can actually print off the NASA section width tool from their website which is a nice feature as well.
  2. Hey everyone, I'm not sure if I'm just out of the loop, or if the folks in charge have just failed to mention this, but I recently learned that the classing system is once again changing in a fairly drastic way. I asked a question regarding points and classing and received this in return: "The PT classes are going away for 2019, and everything will run under the ST classes, as per NASA changes. Final Drive ratio is free under the ST rules. Everything is based on power to weight and allowed modifications. 2019 Regulations should be up in early January." When I asked where it was announced I received this: "Was discussed by Gary Roberts, Racing Director, at the WCMA AGM in October in Leduc. New class regulations should be announced on the WCMA Forum in January, so watch for them there. To see what changes NASA is planning for this coming year, you can have a look on their website, https://nasa-assets.s3.amazonaws.com/document/document/15717/ST5-6_Rules__2019--v2.3--11-14-18.pdf" Just wanted to make sure everyone sees it. I know the lack of notice is a bit of an annoyance for me
  3. I'll be running PTF in car 21. I was well within the bounds of PTF last year and will continue to be this year
  4. May I ask why the spec tire isn't something you would want? I'm all for the point threshold idea, but I would still want the tire restrictions to keep the costs under control..
  5. I'm all for a spec tire and minimum weight, and very against all out PTE. That said I am alright with opening the rules up a bit to allow other cars to be a part of it. I also feel minimum weight should maybe be set based on the engine, which would allow for the swaps Don has mentioned. A6 being 2230, and basing any other options off of that. I don't really have an opinion on tires, since I was on only one set of Azenis for all of last season, and haven't driven any of the other options.
  6. My thoughts on this. Rather than trying to rewrite the NASA classes, allow say 8 or 10 points into the PTE class, so cars that start in PTF can get on par with PTE base class cars. Restrict power to weight, say 21lbs/Hpish and we can set a base weight for each vehicle based on that. Set a spec tire to whatever we choose. Just an opinion if we want to open it up a bit.
  7. Hey Don, just curious if we might add an acceptable modification. Close ratio gear sets for our cars cost about the same as a final drive with similar effects, and since doing both is an impossibility I figured I'd ask if it may be allowed in the future. Just thought I'd share the idea at least. Let me know your thoughts on this.
  8. I never received your response? But thanks, I'll see you all then.
  9. Hey guys, I'm from Sask and I intend to come out, but I'm having trouble with DLB. Does one HAVE to be a member of WSCC for your events? I'm already a member of the local club QCMA, and have my WCMA license. Let me know what I have to do to register.
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