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      06-16-2012, 04:44 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by mkoesel View Post
Sure. At the same time, budgets must be determined and allocated in advance. You can't necessarily wait around to see what the governing bodies may do with the rules. Of course you can lobby, but there's a point at which you need to decide on a direction and go with it.
They all know what is going to be decided and announced up to a year in advance, take Porsche for example they announced they are getting back into LMP1 in 2014 and have know for a while what the new rules were going to be because they have already started to develop the new car before they announced the new rules this week.

Originally Posted by mkoesel View Post
FWIW, DTM is bringing a series to the US next year. I agree it is a essentially a spec series, but it does offer some excitement vs. some other spec series we are used to here.
Dose the US really need another road racing series? Grand-Am and ALMS are already fighting for a very small market share in the US. Can a series made of BMW, Mercedes, and Audi really thrive with NASCAR support and following?

Really don't see that being successful.