So as a model becomes NLC (no longer competitive), why can't it be moved
down to a class where it is competitive? Keeping the BMW 325i (a sedan)
in BS is a good example of a car that is not competitive in it's class,
but the SCCA could easily move it to a proper class (like GS). But they
Kelly, Katie wrote:
If you run in a stock class, the car you drive right
> now (in stock), if it's competitive this year, it might be competitive in
> two or three years, but in four and five years, chances are your car will be
> obsolete. It doesn't matter its make or model. I'm really surprised that no
> one has figured this out yet.
Car manufacturers are ALWAYS building better and faster cars.