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    Quote Originally Posted by Z46 View Post
    I entirely agree with you there, as my other hobbies include enduro riding, this state has a rather high population of semi-pro/pro enduro riders who would love to have a huge local event.
    But would they be willing to pay $350+ dollars for it is the real question?
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    Won't know until you try.

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    i agree with mitch on the recce. though with serious consequences for not obeying the rules of the road including speed and staying to the right. o-controls or something, but idaho was a bit sketch at times because of that.

    my vote: idaho(especially if it's max attack and huge like rumored), rally co, tumbleweed, rallyx.
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    The Southwest Rally Cup Series is working on something to attract more regional competitors for 2010 and I am working on something else to benefit RC, Obijiwe, LSPR.

    So keep your chins up okay guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron432 View Post
    I'm not so sure I want to continue efforts to race RA in 2010 since they dropped my two favorite races (OFPR and LSPR) in the Nat series and dropped the local one (Rally Colo) too. Ugh!
    So if OFR and LSPR and RC remain Rally America events, you'd blow them off and not support the events? I don't get it.

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    I think what Ron is saying is that any interest in running any sort of "series" schedule with RA has evaporated.

    To be honest I given RCs location and schedule slot I would think that a switch to NASA might be prudent. The RallyMotos might make up for some lost revenue (maybe not?) and the fact that most of the local competitors will likely have NASA licenses would save some money...
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    RA allows NASA license at the regional level if the organizer ask for that exemption.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinG5Hahn View Post
    I think what Ron is saying is that any interest in running any sort of "series" schedule with RA has evaporated.
    Or, Ron's just looking for an excuse to not fishish up the Evo repairs.

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    I would love to see RC on the USRC's calendar, with the finale at Prescott next year they need another regional event. I have only been to RC once (2009) but it was an awesome event with great roads and great competition.
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