I posted something similar earlier on Naste's Facebook page then it occurred to me that not everybody does Facebook.
Unfortunately there was confusion concerning last weeks PGE class, there was objection when all but one car entered was a "Can-Am" type of car. On close inspection of the rules as written these cars are legal for this class as they fall into the correct years and did participate in the listed races.
That being said I don't think that a second Cam-Am class was intended, we already have one. That can be determined by the class sponsor at a later date. But racers being racers they tend to gravitate to the fastest type of car available in particular those racers where winning is everything. I think I fielded the only non Can-am car, a Ford P68 that ran very well finishing I think 7th behind you guessed it, 6 Can-Am cars 5 of which were built by the same guy.
It was expressed at the race that we created new classes so we could race some cars in more races. This is not correct. At the time we started expanding the classes it was because most of us had other cars at home that couldn't compete in the classes we were racing, and instead we found ourselves racing the same two or three cars week after week. Some of these new "stock" classes have become our favorites with some of the closest racing.
On to next weeks race. GT-3 is pretty well laid out. the LMP class not so much. We keep referring to it as the LMP class, but it is actually the LMP era class and as written covers full fendered sports cars that raced from 1994 thru to the present. So if you haven't found an LMP car that you like you don't need one. Many other cars are eligible. Pictured below are some of them. All of these are capable of running below 6 seconds on my track except the 350Z (18K motor).
Two of these the Opel and Marcos are eligible for both GFX and LMP era classes as their years overlap.
For the new racers/builders/tuners I would recommend the Revoslot Marcos as out of the box it will run with my fastest cars with no tuning other than a light tire sanding. It could be a short cut to the front of the pack.