Anyone else notice this ? They pull out of all other series as well ? Kinda bummed about it, we've always ran Kings.
Ok smart ass, tell me what "big dawgs going to Mason trucks with Fox" has to do with King not being a BITD sponsor? So if all the big dawgs go to Rancho shocks, that means Fox is no longer a sponsor for a race org?Fox makes shocks. King makes shocks. See the connection?
No offense to you if you're defensive about it. I appreciate the analogy but it really doesn't address the point at all. You aren't buying a product. You're actually collecting. A more accurate analogy would be if the milk company offers you free ish milk that you pick up at your local grocery store and the grocery store doesn't have the free milk to give you...who do you contact?Thanks Skyler, I think you are the only one out of the bunch that got it so far...
J Prich...If my local grocery store stops selling the brand of milk I buy I would talk to the store, not the dairy. If I wanted King to sponsor me personally (which would be great, but isn't going to happen) I would talk to them, not BITD. Admitedly, i haven't asked BITD about it yet either...was thinking someone here would have the scoop...
I'll tap out for the sake of not getting in to pointless back and forths but I disagree with the notion that a contingency vendor is offering an incentive to the org. The vendor is actually offering the incentive to the racer, and the org is the conduit. Somewhere along the way, for well intentioned reasons that I probably get, it seems to me that the orgs have become expected to be the managers of contingency offered from vendor to racer and I'm not sure that's really that great for racer or vendor personally.If BITD is offering it as an incentive to race with them, they should be the ones coordinating it. King is offering incentive to BITD, BITD is offering it to the racer.