Well, we're 3 nationals into the season, and the writing is back on the wall again. Gallant goes 5.24, Torrence another .24, Reichert .26, Meyer .27, Force .28, Finke .28 and the list goes on... Sean O'Bannon 5.31 in very dry west coast air. Since he wasn't in Gainesville or Houston...let's compare him to the top TAFC's since they run the same combo... Frank Manzo went low in Pomona with a 5.559, David Ray took low e.t. in Gainesville with a 5.569. Newberry went low in Houston with a 5.60. With the water in the air and temp, Houston was .05 slow for a blown combo. Granted Callaway was the lone car there, but his 5.40/264.96 run wasn't that far off if you compare numbers. Once again, I think the best blown car on the planet would have only got a low .30 out. A low .30 is a long, long way away from a win light at the big end against a 5.24. So once again, we're at the juncture, either give the blown cars more blower or go to 96% for the A/F cars. Let's keep parity NOW, rather than waste a whole season. If I was in charge, I would give the Blown cars 125 over effective immediately.