I'll take it nobody is entered from here then?pulsarboby said:time attack is boring to watch
would be boring to compete in
expensive to enter
over commercialised mainly by bl00dy tuner companies
everything is overhyped about it, total and utter waste of money unless you run a tuning company and want to advertise it via your car
verdict: ripoff:lol: and very:yawn:
KevD said:Where else are there no rules on modifications, where 1000bhp Evo can race closely with a 400bhp elise, dodge viper, or Pulsar? Its unlimited motorsport, where else can you get so few rules on whats allowed or not allowed on the cars?
fubar andy said:The thing I have about Time Attack is that, say you (Kev) are the most skilled driver at Time Attack, your still not going to be able to stand out to impress or show your skills to anyone due to the fact that some rich fat boy next to you owns a 900hp evo with thousands of pounds poured in to the development and its creation.
Your sat in your 400hp 200SX thinking “I could beat him” as he’s not really worked on his own car or knows the “in’s and out’s like I do”, yet when it comes to the track he just pulls away like your sat still. (that wasn't a dig btw ;-) )
Looking at it I sometimes think that it’s just futile, as skilled drivers will never make 1st 2nd or 3rd and the real winners are people that have the biggest pockets. :der:
I spoke to Marc about it and they were going to have a 3rd class this year, but that seems to have been disregarded.
I still think that TA should have a pro class for all the “hardcore tuner” companies, but then have the rest of the club class split into power to weight categories (two maybe threes groups) so that we can see who has “real skills” and others that just have deep pockets. 8)