My original vision was Trans-Am Categories 1, 2, and 3 running together, as three separate classes. We are still on track to give that a chance, however when we are dealing with so many variables, the club, the schedules, a series sponsor, other financial backers, it is a little more complicated than that, so have patience. As far as classes beyond that, very unlikely, if I have anything to say about it, as T1 and others don't fit with what we are doing. Show up at Atlanta in March and you will see car counts are not going to be an issue. Think sprint car racing on a road course, lots of HP in purpose built race cars that are loud, fast, and occasionally trade some paint. That is what we are doing. The series will work because the competitors are behind it, the manufacturers are not, at least not financially. If they want me to race the cars they sell, they can subsidize it. If I am spending my own money, I am not going to race a warmed over street car. If I have to explain why that is a good thing, I'll start another thread. If you want high tech, factory teams, watch ALMS, they do it well enough so that no one else needs to. The new camaro, mustang, and challenger are very cool, and you will see those bodies built to adapt to our GT-1 cars eventually. But that's it. It is not our job to sell cars for the big three, it is however, my job to sell the cars I build, which are tube-frame GT-1 cars, same goes for Jim Derhaag, Rocketsports, and others. If you want to see production based cars, watch World Challenge, they have a great cross section of manufacturers there. No laptops, more mechanics holding wrenches than engineers holding micrometers, and lots of noise!!!