Janice Sansone Rick wrote:
>OK, I will be probably be blasted for this discussion
The subject has been the cause of much blasting in the past. ;<(
>In most sports and competition there is one class or the women aren't compared
>to the men's.
As many times as the subject has been discussed, this is the first time I have
seen this point made.
>I have been beat by some excellent women drivers and think the classes should
>be "Men's" & "Women's". The men do not have a choice to run us. Why do we?
People have advocated the elimination of the "L" classes, but complete
segregation of males and females is a new one on me. I see your point, but I'm
afraid there's too much inertia - and too many arguments against it - for
anything to change now.
>The women's classes were created to encourage a couple or family to both be
>able to compete and both have the possibility to win their class.
>the family atmosphere I think we want.
>I think the classes should be
>Men & Women
That's an interesting twist, and I'd say it's worthy of further discussion. I
can't say that I think it'll fly, but not because it lacks merit.
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