Can't comment on the BRSCC specifically, as I have no experience of them. But on a more general note, I have to agree with Al - I'm not sure that things are sustainable the way they are. Those of us that race in a series that's well supported end up subsidising the other series' that aren't well supported.
You may well ask how I figure that? Well, take the club I race with: without going into specifics, at a race meeting in which I was entered recently, 'my' race had, I think, 24 starters. There was another series racing that day that had either seven or eight cars out racing. And these are 40 minute races remember, so with down-time between races, you can say that each race has to cover the cost of the circuit for about an hour. My race, with that number of entries, probably did so easily, but the series with seven or eight cars? No way! So therefore, bearing in mind that we all paid the same entry fees, it's safe to assume that the better supported series' are subsidising the poorly supported ones.
I know it sounds a bit harsh to anyone in one of these poorly supported series', but I think that if any given series can't regularly get enough entries to break even, then it needs to be scrapped so that the rest of us aren't paying for it.
I know someone will probably shoot me down in flames for this, and I appreciate that it may not be that practical to implement, but wouldn't it be great if the cost of racing could come down if we all only entered series' that were well supported? What I mean is this: let's just say, for the sake of argument, that it costs a club five grand for each hour of track time, and that figure was simply passed on to the competitors in each race. So, only ten entries? Fine, that's £500 each fellas! But get 30 entries - hey, just £170 each! Wouldn't that really encourage everyone to support the popular series' and ditch the ones that never get much past single figures?
With track time as expensive as it is these days, I, for one, do object to the fact that some of my entry fee from a well supported series goes towards propping up another series that few people bother with. If people really want to run in races with just a handful of cars, then let them pay for it!
I'll get me coat!