although i think the issue the nbl has is with insurance and points. if a class is not a points class do they still get so much money per rider towards the insurance? its ilke when you have a practice night you pay like 3 dollars just to cover the insurance…something like that..i think with the money open there are no points and the nbl dosnt get so much per rider?? maybe kathy or glen can explain it since they send the nbl thier points reports???
This was brought up at the meeting saturday.
If the racers want to not have to pay to race class and open, it was already done.
Maybe a bunch of guys will go to the next meeting and bring this point up.
I don’t race the pro-am, so it doesn’t affect me.
Maybe someone should print out this whole post and bring it to a meeting and you can show them that it has already been done.