March, 12th, 2013 – As GNCC racers are warming up their bikes and heading to the line to start their 2013 season, Brian Pierce is solidifying a great panel of guests to cover the racing that takes place this afternoon in River Ranch, Florida. Nathan Kanney and Keith Obermeyer, two individuals who have been on both sides of the pits of GNCC racing, will be live this evening to talk through what goes on in the sand whoops of Florida. There is also the controversy from the San Felipe 250 that is worth getting some thoughts and opinions on and some local/regional news that always adds extra banter.
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Nate sorry but your way wrong about the XC2 class. Yes if the XC2 riders could start on the front row they would have a better chance to win the overall. But so would the 250A riders, A lights and so on. The XC2 class is a pro class on 250's just ask Jason Thomas. He has done a good job of promoting the sport through his championship. The GNCC series recognizes the need to taylor the series to the masses, and not just the XC1 teams. I wouldn't want to see 50 riders on the front row battling for 3 spots. The riders who finish in the top ten in any class should be applauded and recognized for their effort.
Great response Tbar. I can see riders and fans on both sides of the fence for this debate. Share this page out with your friends and lets see if we can get them to comment their thoughts, suggestions and possible ways to make improvements.