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Is It Time For 2WD and AWD To Be Separated And Run At Different Times?

Knowing This Would Be A Cost Factor As Well.
What Do You Think And Why?
 

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2wd/4wd

I don't want to spend the time to rehash the whole thing, but if you hunt down the British Rally Champ. web site & look at their structure & points, you will see that the classes can coexist. In fact, it is possible for a 2wd car to win the championship outright(think 2wd wherever the BRC says"S1600".

While it is true that Johnny Milner won the championship last year in an Open class car, 2nd & 3rd were both S1600 cars.
 

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RE: 2wd/4wd

I'm aware of those things. Voices were getting loud that AWD and 2WD might be separated or would like to see them separated.
Just trying to prove a point.

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RE: 2wd/4wd

>I don't want to spend the time to rehash the whole thing,
>but if you hunt down the British Rally Champ. web site &
>look at their structure & points, you will see that the
>classes can coexist. In fact, it is possible for a 2wd car
>to win the championship outright(think 2wd wherever the BRC
>says"S1600".
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>While it is true that Johnny Milner won the championship
>last year in an Open class car, 2nd & 3rd were both S1600
>cars.

I got the impression that they weren't going to do the same thing again, though. They scored the S1600 and GpA cars separately, and the top points tally became champion. In context, that would be like a P or PGT car winning the championship because it got more class points than any Open-class car. This can only work if all the scored classes have somewhat similar levels of participation and competition.

Adrian
 
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