First, forgive me, because I've only just now caught on to this thread, but
here's the thing: if STS, or SM for that matter, only runs as a supplemental
class at National events, and if we don't provide it at Regional events,
we're not helping this new class exist at all at National events. No one's
going to try out STS just at a National event, and I doubt National events
are going to pull in any new Rookies.
The only people who would give it any significant interest would be people
who know of its existence, and rookies, as in people who've never
autocrossed before, most certainly would not, as they don't get FastTrack
So, anyway, that's why I think we should offer STS and SM, and whatever
other class there is. Don't we already?
I just find it all really confusing, that's my problem.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jerry Mouton [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, March 21, 2000 11:47 AM
> To: Bay_Area_Autocross_List
> Subject: STS Class in SFR
> After reading the FasTrack description of the status of STS,
> it's clearly
> not a National
> class this year. Maybe next year. It will be run strictly as a
> class in National events.
> So there's not a requirement for SFR to run it Again, if there's
> sufficient interest,
> the people I know on the Steering Committee would probably vote in a
> separate class.
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