do you wanna move forward or talk about.
yes i understand that the top cat turbine and extreme teams have tons of $$$ wrapped up, but have them race by themselves. those guys should have supercat teams also, geez, JBS's truck probably cost more than a supercat. as for the rest of the cats here in the states, unless the old peir 57 boat comes back WHM will be the longest. most everyone is running shorter boats 388 skaters and 39 mti's. these boats are closer to the cat lite and agian it confuses people. plus don't confuse overall boat lenght of a 50 mystic. its running surface is only 43'. i think?
one cat class set up like Class 1 the 850's can stay and the 750 could tweak there motors and run with the the SC boats. hp to weight. plus you would have to continually look at whos winning and change weights or something so everyone has a chance to win. maybe invert the starting lineup from who won the last race. no ones racing for big prize money so this way all teams would have a better shot of winning.
the tech issue for the 750's was just resolved when you guys decided to have a P1 type class. just have an officail go and watch the dyno testing. seal as many motors as you want. the teams would have to pay a reasonable cost for this to be done. and have points for keeping the same motor all year and get away from the high maintence 510 supercat motor specs or keep um since the racing will be based on hp to weight.
as a "wise man" just told me, you don't see NASCAR sprint cup, busch and trucks series running at the same time. and even better offshore is like throwing F1, indy and go carts in there all at the same time.
as for cat lite and SVL they can either find a home within the production classes and race the day before. with the last race of that day (saturday) being the turbine and extreme boats.
we need to have only one main class in vee and cat or it's just a show. i can't think of any other form of motor sports that puts up with a racing field of just 4 or 5 entries per class and sometimes just one!