If you’ve been paying attention to the racing community lately, there’s a big throw-down over the positives and negatives of an equal playing field. On one hand, you have every car meeting a certain guideline for weight, power package, and so on and so forth. On the other hand, you can level the field and leave everybody equal by taking away certain elements…say, prepared surfaces and the ability to run slicks…and suddenly those that have the most power are looking at hot street machines a little bit more in the eyes. Until the day we see a racing class that’s unlimited, save for the use of 275-series Cooper Cobras for rolling stock, no-prep DOT tire races like this one from Georgia are probably going to be as close as you can get to an all-inclusive, every man for themselves kind of race. This is where you separate the drivers from all of the rest…who knows their car best, who gets suspension tuning and who can tune their car to hook on the surface is what counts, not who bought the biggest turbochargers!