There was a meeting of the minds in Joliet regarding the alcohol classes across the board. The concern being low car counts and high costs of operation both to the tracks and the racers. While nothing is concrete; it is very clear Div. 4 stated they have no interest in having the cars at their tracks. Also brought up was the erroneous charges from PSI for a recert(put a sticker on a piece of metal); why shouldn't that cost $1800? NHRA (names withheld) said they are willing to file a petition on behalf of the racers regarding the costs of service, quality control, and slow turnaround times. This oddly comes at the same time PSI is cold-calling customers offering 140 more hp for $2500.00. This is supposedly a "guaranteed" hp number, I'm sure they'll give you your money back if the car doesn't pick up e.t./mph. For a sportsman class struggling with low car counts, I think it's high-time NHRA stepped in and regulated a thing or two. Steve L.