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im guessing all the comments above yours are from fans of teams that are running turbos and clearly dont care about the racing, just as long as there teams out in front winning.
most dont seem to understand for Plato's arguments and reasons for Chevrolet staying with the N/A engines
1. Gow promised teams running N/A s2000 car this year that 2011 and 2012 would have equaling with the Turbos and n/a engine cars and it pretty clear its not happening.
2.Chevrolet put in millions developing the N/A engines and thought with the equaling why change (and Plato explained this at thuxton in the press gathering for the weekends racing)
3.True fans will want to see close, fair racing a it just isn't happening. who wants to see a car that can over take from the out with ease. take Plato out of this and look at Smith and O'Neill at Thruxton in race two. point made.