George, just put in one of them hogs that you can build and turn it loose, lol
I dont know much about the car count or the winners every week and i hate to hear fms MIGHT have an issue or two (not my place to know about let alone comment on what MIGHT be) but i do have advice for the ones considering a break. Great idea. If you truly love racing its one of the hardest choices youll ever make but its also one of the best if youre struggling or your car is off week to week. Taking time off can allow you to get back to the basics that you may be over looking. It allows you to save money for better equipment which is ultimately the determing factor in winning races in todays racing world. It also takes out a LOT of the stress that can go along with racing. When you miss a few races youre no longer worried about points so that when you do go back youre there to run well and not just worry bout fininshing for points. It makes racing more fun. This comes from experience of watching my dad take a year off on asphalt to save to get a decent motor and to make his car better rather than going to the track week in and week out struggling to finish 2nd or 3rd. Good luck to on whatever you decide and i wish the best of luck to the track. The one race i was able to make it to up there i really enjoyed.
[QUOTE=motorman44;359369]George its hard too take a stock chassis and out run a built racecar a little teching might find some none stock suspenion
I dont think it has anything to do with suspension......probably just the loose nut between the seat and the steering wheel