It seems that every time we look at the American Racing Association, which sponsors the RallyCross Championship, we find out something new about it. The most recent announcement for the 2020 season is that RallyCross will be a three-class championship. There are five categories, and the top ten finishers in each of the five classes, and the one with the best average finish, win the championship.
So if you were to race your car against the same cars and compete in each category, what would you do in the first two classes? Would you try to win the title in the class you are the strongest at? Maybe you would try your luck in the other classes, too. That's how it works.
When you compete in the class of the best at the end of the year, you are in first place for the entire season, so it would seem like a good way to do well. However, this class is no slouch, either.
Class one champions have a significant advantage, because they tend to be stronger. It's true that in the class of best, they are likely to be the strongest, but they aren't the strongest for all three classes. For instance, class three champion Mark Martin and Joe Bennett are faster than most, but they are not the strongest of them in class four. Therefore, class three wins more often, while classes four often wins less, so classes three can still be the class of greatest strength for its own drivers. This is something you might not realize when you consider that it's one of the toughest class categories.
In the fifth class, the class of best in the country, the class of the strongest drivers, it's a toss-up, but in class six, drivers from all over the country come together, as drivers of different speeds and abilities, to bring the strongest teams into the competition. There are also national qualifying events for each class, just like in any other class. And even though the class of best is the largest, the class of the strongest drivers has the highest points count, too.
As for the final car class, that's one where we have some data, too. In the class of best, you'll see the fastest cars at the top, but they are going to be pretty close.
America RallyCross is growing in popularity. It looks like it's a natural next step for the US based Auto Sport Association. I believe this is an organization that is going to continue to grow and expand its support of different types of motor sports, because they see an opportunity here. and they're seeing an opportunity here.
There's no doubt that America RallyCross is going to continue to grow. for that reason, it would be wise to take advantage of their growing support, and get involved in this great new sport, too. If you love rallycross, why not give America RallyCross a try?
As far as I'm concerned, I've heard all the criticism about America RallyCross. The people that don't like it say that it's an inferior version of rallycross, and they say that it will never be as exciting or as fast as real rallycross. Well, that doesn't seem very realistic to me.
We can expect the sport to get faster and more competitive over time, and it's sure to grow in popularity. But if you watch the history of rallycross racing, there's been no lack of exciting racing and spectacular rallies that the fanatics that race on this wonderful event can experience. The fans are always going crazy, and there is always an incredible crowd behind the action. In fact, sometimes it's hard to tell which car is faster, and which one is the weak link.
In the end, that's what rallycross is all about: the thrill of the competition and the crowd. It's the thrill of the crowd that drives the competition, and it's the crowd that get the crowd going. It's the excitement of the crowd that makes the races so exciting for those who participate in them.
America RallyCross isn't about how fast you are, and it's certainly not about what your skill level is. It's about the fans. It's about the thrill of the audience.