For the record I agree with Zac. Those of you who have driven a car with a pump gas motor and a plenum motor and still think the pump gas motor is faster have clearly never driven the right plenum motor. No comparison.
As done in the movie trading places!!
One dollar for the single seaters and one dollar for the two seaters via engine that finishes first in class for the two day event...Also bet you must be in the class 12 race
The bet should include those said drivers driving a pump gas motor car the second day. Bet they beat most of the field either way. They'd probably beat most in a 16 car. Everyone forgets the driver factor.
Two days of racing. About 14 miles each lap. 5 laps each day. Hotels and food are as close as they could possibly be. The course is FAST with a good amount of jumps. BEEHIVE SPORT'S BAR BATTLE AT PRIMM
Battle at primm is one of the funnest races of the year.
In 2010 the race had over 400 entries making it the biggest race in the usa the last 5 years
Baja-1000, Baja-500. When you have "issues" you are beat, fair and square. If you drag race 150 miles of a 250 mile race and blow up, or break a transmission, or any other numerous items, you still LOSE. Finding a balance between all out performance and reliability is always key in limited classes. The Parkhouse, Moulton, "Cheater" team dominated SCORE the year they chased points with a low-compression motor (2011?)
I do admit, it is hard to beat a single seat plenum car in a sprint race like BAP or RATR.