Actually, the 2007 Fuel on-road 1/10th Nationals should have been in the East this year. Unfortunately, that got messed up.
If we in ROAR are smart, we will still try to rotate the National events around the country. That way Regional racers can attend a National race in their area every two to three years. Of course it also means that good, qualified tracks need to put in their bids.
If the track is good and meeting ROAR specs. and has good area attendence, then a ROAR National event should get to your track some year. That was some year, not to say next year.
We (ROAR) do not need to go back to the same old tracks every 3 or 4 years, that kind of shoots the guys in the foot that go out and put forth the effort to build a new track. IMO