dawsonsleeper wrote:USABMXER1 wrote:dawsonsleeper wrote:You need to figure out a way to separate the real ams from sandbaggers. Maybe you could limit ams to c only lisence, and make anyone with a b or a linsence race pro. For the first 2 rounds you had guys like Isaiah and Ashe and arla racing ams when they’re probably fast enough to race rf pros. You can ban someone for being frustrated with a poorly run series, and you really need more than one qualy. Some people who had Already quailed were still there, which is fine, but it’s hard when you haven’t quailed and people are in there that are getting in the way/taking you out and ruining laps.
Isaiah is a pro in rf...got a few top 10s in outdoors I believe. Ashe definitely needed to be moved up and no clue who the hell Arla is but they probably shouldn't be there either I'd assume.
thats what im saying. isaiah got 6th in his first pro race and ashe and arla are about the same speed and do not belong in ams at all.
Exactly! If he has to race Ams after an astonishing outdoors season to boost his confidence level then it shows how much of a little kid he really is and if Ashe and Arla are his speed but just want to stay Ams because it is easy for them I can see why but when you're doing competitive racing you should be racing in your own skill level and not in whatever is easiest for you to win in. It'd be like having Ryan Dungey after he retired go to Loretta's and race the 25+ class, he'd just win by like a half mile and probably lap up to around 3rd or 4th place and everybody would get all butt-hurt and pissed about it.