Originally Posted by Falcadore
Too many internal agendas pushing in different directions. With two importer organisations involved pushing their own cars this sort of split was sadly predictable.
If I may ask - what is the difference between the 2010 and 2011 SRS series, I was a fan of the concept, Clubman racing is enjoying quite the resurgence in Queensland with 20 car grids and great racing.
What will prevent a repeat of last years collapse? Are the series goals considerably more modest this year? Who are likely competitors?
This running of this years series now has significant input from other manufacturers, importers and competitors and the establishment of specific CAMS 6SR technical regs. has been a collective effort of these people.
The goals for this year are definitely more modest with only round 3 at Phillip Island being solely for the Sportsracer class. All other rounds are being run within current state races.
There has been good interest from potential competitors with many already registering for the series.
I think that numbers of 15-20 per round would be a good result for this year.
As far as I am aware there are already entrants with the following cars -
With many more being eligible such as -