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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Grant View Post
    Someone fill me in. What’s the most competitive bike in F3?
    Will it be the 400 next year?
    Would the 300’s be more competitive in F3 or 500 SS/SB if there isn’t an additional race added?
    Foe F3: A 400 will probably be the most competitive.. However someone could dust off a 125c gp bike and it would clean up.

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    Jordan, we are changing the structure of the F3 class. Next year and this years structure will be completely different.
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    [QUOTE=Ryan Max Johnson;350217]Another vote for a second 300 race, if possible...


    I thought ULGP was going getting two races with qualifying. Did I completely hear wrong?

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    IMHO the only fair thing would be to structure 3 classes for the 400 and 3 classes for the 300's. I know that will isolate the 250's but face it, there are not many in the club anymore. So 500SS, 500SB and F3 for the 400's and up. Then ULGP, ESS and ESB for the 300's and down. That makes it fair, both classes have a real shot at winning the class #1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Hutchinson View Post
    IMHO the only fair thing would be to structure 3 classes for the 400 and 3 classes for the 300's. I know that will isolate the 250's but face it, there are not many in the club anymore. So 500SS, 500SB and F3 for the 400's and up. Then ULGP, ESS and ESB for the 300's and down. That makes it fair, both classes have a real shot at winning the class #1.
    Agreed!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Hutchinson View Post
    IMHO the only fair thing would be to structure 3 classes for the 400 and 3 classes for the 300's. I know that will isolate the 250's but face it, there are not many in the club anymore. So 500SS, 500SB and F3 for the 400's and up. Then ULGP, ESS and ESB for the 300's and down. That makes it fair, both classes have a real shot at winning the class #1.
    Spot on!

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    It would be nice to get the 250/300/400 scenarios sorted out asap so we can make the right decisions to get ready for the season. Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Hutchinson View Post
    IMHO the only fair thing would be to structure 3 classes for the 400 and 3 classes for the 300's. I know that will isolate the 250's but face it, there are not many in the club anymore. So 500SS, 500SB and F3 for the 400's and up. Then ULGP, ESS and ESB for the 300's and down. That makes it fair, both classes have a real shot at winning the class #1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Hutchinson View Post
    IMHO the only fair thing would be to structure 3 classes for the 400 and 3 classes for the 300's. I know that will isolate the 250's but face it, there are not many in the club anymore. So 500SS, 500SB and F3 for the 400's and up. Then ULGP, ESS and ESB for the 300's and down. That makes it fair, both classes have a real shot at winning the class #1.
    +1...and allow reasonable mods to the 250s to bring them closer to the 300s


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    Quote Originally Posted by John Hutchinson View Post
    IMHO the only fair thing would be to structure 3 classes for the 400 and 3 classes for the 300's. I know that will isolate the 250's but face it, there are not many in the club anymore. So 500SS, 500SB and F3 for the 400's and up. Then ULGP, ESS and ESB for the 300's and down. That makes it fair, both classes have a real shot at winning the class #1.
    Makes sense +1

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