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still the same issue, riders with tire contracts which may or may not be alot will not be able to race in this class, also riders who use a different tire due to choice most likely will not want to go back and forth between two different tires and have to change suspension set up and what not, so with that being said how big due you really think the grids will be, you are now starting a class that only certain people will be able to race 1st is experts only, 2nd is 600s only, 3rd is Pirelli tires only,i would love to race the class and it looks like it will be the best paying class now but i will not be able to race in this class nor will others, the more limits you have on the class the more people you are eliminating
To be fair, CCS did run a poll on this class:http://www.ccsforum.com/index.php/topic,23818.0.htmlAlso, if you talk to your tire sponsor they will sometimes allow you to run a spec series on a competing tire, as long as you run the rest of your races on the tire you are contracted to run. This was common when MotoST/GT was alive. Props to CCS and Pirelli for putting together another option for racers. It's not a class that's meant for everyone. Cool thing is that if it is successful, Pirelli and other companies will be more willing to have greater involvement in the sport in the future.
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