the type of $ needed to get european-style tracks generally requires government backing. The more gov is involved, the nicer the track, look at shangai's.booken said:And as far as tracks go. It is embarrassing seeing the state of US tracks compared to European tracks. Open discourse about the condition and safety of tracks is the only way the tracks are going to get changed. Seems most of the owners of the tracks get embarrassed into doing the upgrades.
I would prefer it to go one step further - get the AMA completely out of racing, turn the series over to the FIM for sanctioning and rules.Rspec99 said:The Gay-M-and its rules are just so lame... The only people that should be allowed on the "governing body" should be ex-racers. I mean, how else are they going to understand what the riders are going through.
Werd, the AMA needs to focus more on politics and less on racing. Just hand that crap over to a group that knows better.lavudyar said:I would prefer it to go one step further - get the AMA completely out of racing, turn the series over to the FIM for sanctioning and rules.