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Old 02-26-2010, 03:04 AM   #61
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Originally Posted by tc3team View Post
You could have for example though, a very experienced racer who isnt full factory. Where do you draw the line?
My idea of a factory league would be free for all on gear, as long as the gear falls within the class rules established for an event - and no cry babies.

For example, you could setup "stock" for the factory guys so that they have to run a tub chassis, 21.5 motor and whatever ESC they want. I bet that would be fun to watch!

For non-factory league racing, you would set a rule that says you cannot run prototype gear/firmware.

With a factory league, you would meet the requirement to test, but leave the "better" stuff out of everyday racing.

All of this is nice to think about, but I seriously doubt it will ever happen.
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