Who is it , rumors are its a done deal after the 1000
Its a hobby sport thats quite possibly the most difficult to watch, The fixed costs are high just to put on a event, either side of the border, doubt you will see costs drop for top tier racing.
How would it be any different if Rodrigo Ampudia buys it when his sons race in TT than if Gus Sr. buys it when his son races in TT?Love the rumors, its always funny, Acer couldnt finish a race yet wants to run a series? Why would a family that just invested in a Trophy truck quit racing it after one race?
The person you want running the series is Gus Sr, smart, has contacts, recently retired from full time business and respected by everyone on both sides of the border.
I didn't imply any such thing. I'm merely asking why it would be an different. You seem to think Rodrigo wouldn't be a good option due to the fact that his sons are racing in TT, yet you think Gus Sr. would be a good option despite the fact that his son races TT. I see no difference in the matter.You tell me why Rodrigo would be better than Gus Sr?
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One way a bit of the cost could be mitigated is to stop holding quals at SEMA. From a spectator standpoint it adds nothing particularly considering a $40 ticket for a brief amount of action. I don't see any benefit from the sponsor side that couldn't be done with an exhibit at SEMA with some trucks in a booth funded by big name sponsors. SEMA is industry, they know what SCORE is. Fans and potential fans need to be engaged and you aren't going to get that at a trade only automotive event.Its a hobby sport thats quite possibly the most difficult to watch, The fixed costs are high just to put on a event, either side of the border, doubt you will see costs drop for top tier racing.