yeah, with wera it really seems the vintage guys are an afterthought. which is how id treat it. a few bikes, trophies, and all the work that goes into modern stuff. not to mention registrations, joining the club, etc etc etc....it seems its limited in returns. so to be honest, lrrs is probably doing the right thing. just staying away. becasue i think for the most part its a good will gesture. now im not complaining at all about wera. they treat us like any other racer in the club. very fairly. (they probably even cut us a little slack here and there) but its nice to run with a group that has very clear rules and follows them. the schedule is always on, its always the same, and you know exactly what to expect when you get there. now, the flip side, with the uscra is, you can get away with alot. bumping into classes you shouldnt, bumping down sometimes, tech over beers at 830 the night before. all very cool stuff. anyway, its really just an issue of louden having plenty of demand, and the uscra being too small. id bet also that nhis makes plenty of $$$$ without the uscra. but being a business, the smart thing is to make more and cut as many losses as possible and always look for more oppertunity. which is what it seems like theyre doing. blah blah blah....come race with wera at summit. and yes, vir is an awesome track and its really really nice. i cant wait to see whats up with those new garages next year.although it makes watching from the pits not so great.