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I seem to think that the grids are smaller just because the grids are smaller. It seems to me that the most populated class is the middleweight class.
I do still believe that the complexity of some of CCS's structure has made things a little goofy. Between five to seven year amateurs and experts returning as amateurs, failure to have something more like a "close to production class", and other things...well, that isn't helping.
Yes there is a big performance gap in the lightweight classes,but even the fastest LW bikes are 3-6 sec slower a lap then the fastest 600 in the same day.So if you put them to race in the 600 class,there is no way your gonna catch up to win even if its a 10 person grid.
I have seen a front runing LW bike run mi-dpack or the middleweight class,
I think some of you pricks need to realize that there is a difference between being cheap and racing what a person can afford.
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