2005 IMI Class Participation

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  • #41217
    Greg Johnson
    Participant

    For the 11 races held at IMI last season,the Briggs Mod. class had the highest turn out, 8) slightly ahead of the Tag Jr. .Overall average class size for 2005. Largest to smallest.
    Briggs Mod. 7-8
    Tag Jr. 7-8
    Briggs Jr.1 6-7
    Tag Sr. 6-7
    Kid Kart A. 5-6
    Tag Masters. 5-6
    Kid Kart B. 4-5
    G-1. 4-5
    S-2. 3-4
    S-3. 3-4
    K-3. 2-3
    Mini Max. 2-3
    Jr. 1 Comer. 2-3
    ICC. 2
    K2 Jr. 1-2
    Wazoom. 1-2
    Jr2. 1

    #52081
    Brad Linkus
    Participant

    Your class could of averaged more if LARRY showed up the last half of the season.

    #52082
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Greg-interesting figures! 17 classes! Way too many, but if we lump them together to race then it is only 8 races; I am not sure how we lump them together on race day but 8 isn’t bad. 61 kart avg is not good for race day!!! 😥 CRE avg in the low 30’s I think and what does GJ do-Stacy????

    Briggs Mod. 7-8
    Briggs Jr.1 6-7

    Kid Kart A. 5-6
    Kid Kart B. 4-5

    Tag Sr. 6-7
    Tag Masters. 5-6

    G-1. 4-5
    S-2. 3-4
    S-3. 3-4
    K-3. 2-3

    Tag Jr. 7-8
    Mini Max. 2-3

    Jr. 1 Comer. 2-3
    K2 Jr. 1-2

    ICC. 2

    Wazoom. 1-2
    Jr2. 1

    #52083
    Greg Johnson
    Participant

    Rich,Wazooms and Briggs JR2 ran with the Briggs Mod. class last season. Were fine. Its the rest of the classes that need help.

    #52084
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I do find it a bit ironic that the two least supported classes by Skusa ended up being 1 & 3 in your rankings.

    #52085
    Greg Johnson
    Participant

    It was no suprise to me.SKUSA does’nt support these classes at all.I sure hope the CSC is run diff. in 2006.

    #52086
    Rodney Ebersole
    Participant

    I find it quite normal. SKUSA= Shifter Kart USA
    It was no supprize to me either that when clutched briggs karts were asked to join SKUSA they didn’t. Why should they? I have never seen any past or fewture talk of a shifter sanctioning body supporting and promoting clutched briggs kart racing. Shure they wanted them to join in saying yes we will adapt any four stroke rules for our local rules. But then when we have our SKUSA national races there will be no Briggs classes.
    Also I don’t think Gregs post was just his Rankings. It was a head count of racer participation.
    Every one says we need to grow from the bottom up, but the up’s that are trying the hardest to make it grow don’t know where their bottoms at.

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