Both events becomes cost prohibitive for your average competitor.
Or in other words we don't want the CRC to consume 100% of your budget while still offering lots of great racing, fund, and value.
Last year with 6 racing weekends we feel we consumed more time, money, and energy than we needed to, and that the racing mileage and actual competition justifies.
Hill climbs still offer a great value for competitors. But $150.00+ on top of memberships and what not when for 2-3 days time you get less than 15 miles that count, this begins to become cost prohibitive when we could provide 30-60 miles of racing over 1 or 2 days for between $150 and $250.
Granted there is no fancy pay out but more seat time is more seat time right?
The idea this year is 3 racing weekends with 10-15 coefficients worth of mileage and a real fixed expense cost of less than $2000.00 if you do EVERYTHING.
Last year alone if you did everything you spent approximately $1,800.00 on entry fees (give or take $100). Odds are good that you spent $2-500.00 more fuel towing your car around. This is before weekend expenses of hotels, food, or car operating expenses. Plus we took so much of your time it was either do all of the CRC or do other things for a lot of people.
This year we are targeting less than $1,500 in entry fees with less weekend costs.