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How is you gridding in front of me because you paid first a proper gauge either? It's a suggested systemic change. It MIGHT make for better grid order.
qualifying is great, i have no problem with it... why dont you recognise the difference between a q session and a practice session? and the current rules are just that... rules (not a gauge), the same for everone, love them or hate them its fair across the board, you decide when you register and its not my problem if you cant afford it. taking practice session times and making them qualifying times is not fair because its not a proper q session. it has to be done right, just like the races. i agree with daves proposal. grid by points for pre-reg and order of entry for post-reg.
I liked ULGP qualifying. I have nothing against it. I like ASRA and the AMA for having qualifying.If you had to choose...- Grids based on date of entry- Grids based on points
I never noticed a difference other than someone recording a lap time for a position. Otherwise, it is the same.
I'd like to see the choices (in order) as:- Grids based on lap times- Grids based on points
Good question. For me, it doesn't matter a whole lot. I don't have depth perception, so, for me, a routine is very important. I try to get my rythym going as soon as I can. Traffic can be a problem, but that's the was it is.I have a thread going in the Rules section. I'd like to see a rule that at least has grids based on points. If you've got input, I'd like to have it. I haven't submitted it, but I'd like to get it developed first. Obviously, I'm looking to 2008.
don't worry we all race each other every month in the same classes with the same bikes i think we do a good job policing are selves. here in Fla the transponder is a welcome addition now the next step is qualifying Henry is a professional racer if we approach him civilized like. he may do it . the only thing is he won't get a big pile of money in December from the shootout guys
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