1) Cars are rapidly ageing and only Nissan, Lambo and Ford are homologated for next year - no-one else has shown any interest whatsoever
2) After ACO finally dropped GT1 from Le Mans and it's associated series, the world championship is now the only place to run these cars
3) Only four cars from single manufacturer are allowed to take part - next year this will be reduced to TWO!! No new manufacturer in their right mind would invest in this series!
4) Factory entries are forbidden
5) Apart from Nissan, there hasn't been any factory interest in years
6) Apart from Nissan, there hasn't been any new cars in years (R-SV and Ford GT1 could be considered as re-modifications)
7) Sprint race format means a LOT crash damage= teams already complaining
8) Insane, totally unfair Bop-tweakings won't please everyone (see Nissan's complains last year)
On top of that, the current cars have not only lost their durability in longer endurance races (as last year sadly proved), but also lost huge amount of downright speed they once had. Nowadays GT2s (and even GT3s) would out-run most of these machines in a straight fight.
2012 is coming - what would you do with the series?
Edited by SonnyViceR, 08 May 2011 - 23:22.