Thread: Sandbagging
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Old 04-02-2016, 07:28 AM   #14
darkside91
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Just to be clear, moving from mod buggy to stock buggy for a big event isn't sandbagging but intentionally falling into the G main to win it or dropping into the bottom half intentionally would be sandbagging. Other than our sportsman class which is for beginners, generally young kids and people that have never raced before, none of the classes are split between novice and expert or top half and bottom half so sandbagging really isn't an issue. In our area, you would look like a fool if you were a seasoned racer and signed up for the sportsman class at a big event. Sandbagging is stupid and I don't think that real racers do it.

Too many classes in any form of motorsport is a bad thing because it waters down the classes.
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