I can see that with all of these PRO groupings that some power is being shifted from one promoter to another or even a group of promoters. That's good for the racers because it will force the promoters to earn the racers business and respect. It also increases the earning potential for various teams. In a typical race you are lucky to earn anything more than your entry fee back. With the start of Pro-Dirt and the others some serious cash can be won. And the promoter can also either gain a great deal or lose a whole lot by offering or not offering some type of bonuses to the PRO groups. It looks like the PRO groups are trying to select various race from different promoters to show the promoters who pays their salary.