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Re: Bud does have a point...

 The reason you don't see any S.V.O.'s in Solo competition is because of
where S.C.C.A. in their ultimate wisdom classifies the car.Years ago it was
in G-stock and was very competitive (I know I was there) then they moved
the car to B-stock where it had no chance in hell of being competitive.Now
in their great wisdom thay have put it in F-stock where it will still be
uncompetitive.If they put it back into G-stock or a class where it can be
competitive I would be back.Hope this helps you understand why you don't
see any racing in S.C.C.A.Solo Competition.


             Former Pro Solo/Solo II G-stock S.V.O. guy
At 12:38 AM 9/26/97 -0400, Scott Shidel... wrote:
>I dont think Buds point was why dont mroe of u road race.  he was more
>into why do you drag race.
>On Thu, 25 Sep 1997, Cory Erickson wrote:
>> Not saying anyone is wrong for what he or she does to his/her car....
>> I can tell you that I get a little disappointed when I see 3-4 SVO's at
>> the local track, yet when talking to the owners, none want to participate
>> in any local Solo II events. You hardly ever see SVO's in Solo I events
>> either.
>> Why is that?
>> If I had an SVO, I would run the Pony Express with it! Why don't you see
>> many Merkurs/SVO's running open road events? I would be in heaven if I had
>> an SVO with as much power as the Pinto, yet was stable above 120 MPH
>> (relatively stable, that is) :)
>> Cory
>> ericksco@mhd1.moorhead.msus.edu
>->71 Pinto stonestock 2.3 EFI Turbo T5, 13.67@99 on generic radials
>->86 Escort..12.06@57 1/8th mile:) ..but gets me where I gotta
>go..sometimes<----turbo soon to come.Stay tuned for details