Originally Posted by pejota
Going slow is good for the group. Going fast is good for the two or three that can handle it.
Economics show that groups of people racing keep tracks in business. A track or club can't survive on two or three entry fees a weekend.
Just to add.
MANY of the folks that picked up F1 this year (at least in our neck of the woods)are fairly new to r/c all together.They like the scale looks and the tolerable speeds.Handing them a brushless 21 with boost is going to mess up
their day big time.
Since when does slower speed equal boring racing anyway?
Some of the best racing I have seen this year was either F1 or vta.
I think the speeds are good and the racing is tight,just looking for a bit more motor life to keep costs down.
My vote would be for either 25.5 or 21.5 with no boost.
Also,many a folk have smoked a brushless this year due to leaning on the boost juice too much (guilty
). Let's not add to the expence of this class.
Local tracks will do what is good for the track. That I will agree with.
I also race t-car and I have a Tekin.The boost/turbo thing is VERY addictive and fun. I just don't see a need for it in f1 where traction is
already on the low side.