Where do people get this crazy idea that most stock cars at Nationals are
trailer queens? Yes, some people trailer their Stock Class cars to
Nationals. More probably have a small utility trailer that hooks to the
back of the car. MOST simply throw their tires and gear into the back of
the car and go. Hell, Matt Murray does it with his Porsche.
I would bet that most of the people that trailer (Stock Class cars) do it
because they want the additional room that a tow vehicle and trailer bring.
They may be bringing extra tires and rims to an event as rains, they may
have additional family members coming along, they may have bikes or scooters
that they want to bring.
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Subject: Re: Stock class rules was (Re: Sequential Stock Cl
Not to mention that most cars are trailered because they are next to
the street. You better ban trailering stock cars to events if you're REALLY
devoted to keeping it pure and innocent as you seem to be. Better ban those
expensive lightweight wheels too (creating more disparity in classes since
some cars come with light wheels from the factory). Face it, anyone who
thinks it is cheap to run a competitive stock class car is fooling
themselves. We all do this because we like it, not because it's cheap. If
you want to truely race cheap, start slot car racing or something. I'm not
trying to be a jerk or anything, but I just can't see how this argument