From Wes on Vorra.net "Trucks, Trucks, Trucks What do we do with all these TRUCKS???? We’ve decided not to create a new Truck class. We’d rather create a new Truck RACE! VORRA, with the help of Samco Fabrication, would like to introduce the “Group T” Truck Series for the 2009 VORRA Race Season. One-part VORRA, one-part “Truck”, & one-part “Rally” we felt inspired to take a new approach. We’ve gone back and forth on what truck class rules to adopt, but the fact is, no one class really fits the diverse group of truck guys and gals out there. We started thinking; when you’re around a campfire working out your biceps, and your buddies all start arguing which limited truck class is King, who’s the best bet? Well, were planning to find out…………… “Group T” will consist of trucks from a variety of truck disciplines in a shoot-out for bragging rights to the truck that does it all. If you’re not with us so far, let’s explain some ground rules: Class 7200 Bring It….. Class 1450 Bring It….. Class 6 Bring It……. Class 8 Bring It…… Pro Truck Bring It…… Trophy Lite Bring It…… But don’t even think about mixing and matching. You only get to register under one category, and you’ll be held to the standard. We think that each one has its’ strengths, but funny thing is, they usually coexist with a weakness that opens the door for the next guys’ power play. Interesting isn’t it?? Well, Samco thinks it worth 500 bucks to find out who will earn the crown if all the trucks went “head to head”. That being said, here’s the deal: eligible trucks will run under “Group T” and compete for a combined purse as well as have a shot at overall desert money. As an added bonus Samco will post a $500 “Group T” prize for the 2009 Yerington 300. The points series will also be something to see. Who will survive the desert as well as get things done at Prairie City in what could be the largest class, scratch that, I mean “Group” in VORRA? I know the Class 7 guys are freaking out right now but listen; Class 7 is still alive and well. The Class 7 trucks that have not outgrown the rulebook should race each other and continue to have a great time doing it. I should mention, Class 7 can jump in with the rest, but we’d like to see the purists have a chance to stick together as long as they like. Class 8’s and Trophy lites may also prefer to stick with their own, but hey, the invitation stands. Sorry Trophy Trucks, but this party does have its standards. Above is a brief summary of a concept that is still evolving to some extent. VORRA is excited to bring a new idea to the scene. Some skin in the game helps too. Thanks to Samco, now we can get serious. We’ll need to refine things moving forward, and I’m sure there will be questions. Think it over a bit, please help us perfect the concept, but most of all, get those trucks ready."