I'm considering running the novice class.
Another random question. Am I lifting a tire while driving out there?
I don't think so. I think that is an indication of your fronts pushing a little and not holding -OR- mine is lifting because I am making harder, more erratic turns and you are smoother. I was working the back corner at the invitational last fall and my car had the tire up in the air the whole time around...yours appeared to be pushing a little and had all 4 down. Four tires on the ground is good, but in the EVO that is when I can really get the rear to rotate nicely. It just loses traction in the rear from only having one tire down and turns right around the way I want it. With a good spring and 3 degrees of camber up front I think you will have good turn in and be able to keep all the tires down, but sticky rubber on these cars I think will lead to the rear lifting regardless.
Someone said I was picking up the rear this time in my new car, but I couldn't feel it like I could in my old car. Damn tripod!!!