That would be great. Something has to be done.I am hoping loorrs takes over because they seem to have it together more than torc.From the very beginning this whole split has reminded me of the cart / irl split . Hopefully some day TORC and LOORRS can come to some sort of merger and get back to the glory days of the sport . As for Crandon's future I'm pretty positive it will survive with either TORC , LOORRS , or whoever comes out ahead in the merger . The 1st step should be we need one universal set of rules that is not only beneficial but affordable to ALL racers pro and sportsman alike regardless of affiliation . That way if and when there is a merger all racers will already be ahead of the game other than travel expenses .
Regarding travel I feel a schedule that is an equal mix of the west and east coast tracks would be ideal . For instance take the top 5 best LOORRS tracks and top 5 best TORC tracks and make a schedule so the west coasters come east for 5 races and the east coasters go west for 5 races . In all it would be 10 tracks with 2 rounds at each track for a total of 20 rounds . Start the season out west ( since the weather is nicer out there earlier in the year ) at say Glen Helen then go to Wild West , Elsinore , Estero Beach then Lucas Oil Speedway since it is this far East . The east coast swing would start with Chicago, ERX , Bark River , Red Bud , then finish up at Crandon on Labor Day . Yes that only gives each track 1 date a year but that's where the Sportsman come in they can still stay close to their respective coasts and have their own separate schedule to give each track additional dates either under the same sanctioning body or 2 separate ones ( MORR and a new one for the west coast ) since they wouldn't be meeting east / west but again under the same rules that way if sportsman teams DO wanna cherry pick events the rules would be the same .
Sorry for the long rant I guess I'm just kinda throwing stuff against the wall and seeing what sticks