Sure people have agendas. Everyone does from George Dub-Yah to the guy lobbying for an R/C track at City Council meetings.
Some agendas are self serving but in the case of ROAR the worst possible motivation for an agenda is a personal power trip. I can honestly tell you from what I saw this year no one on the ExCom would fall in that category.
In case you are curious here is what I went into the ExCom meeting looking to get:
1. Clean up the brushless rules. (Waiting on feedback from the manufacturers.)
2. Open up the 19T rule to make more motors legal. (passed)
3. Get Dale Epps Body Dimension limits proposal approved so sedan bodies dont get really crazy looking. (passed by ROAR and EFRA)
4. Setup On Line ROAR renewals (will happne this coming year)
5. Setup On Line ROAR voting (may happen this coming year)
6. Setup Exibition races to draw new people into the hobby (working on it)
7. Discuss how to get independant races into the ROAR family (we have some good ideas that the race promotors we have talked to really like)
I didn't get to bring up any of these thing as Mike already had all of them in his things to discuss list.