Originally Posted by Hombre0321
I think some of the opening comments in Darrels post from the link in my OP goes soem way to answering you..
"In my opinion, F-T/R branched off of F-Open for a reason; people wanted a 'limited' equipment version of the game, that wouldn't bankrupt them paying for new barrels 2-3x per year. Basically it would be something that would be more of a NASCAR, vs. the top fuel dragsters that F-Open trends towards."
"Now, with a new crop of *very* efficient 'uber-heavy' bullets coming on line (215 grain, 230 grain, etc.), the level playing field has developed a bit of a list..."
I realise that people POV with be determined by which touchline of the tilted playing field they happen to be stood on. I'm very much on the "limited" equipment/cost line. To not be gets away from the very reason why F-TR came about.