Actually it was a simple miscommunication amongst the staff and it's the reason we corrected it after only one race instead of letting it go any further. Because you are not a staff member here you would not have the slightest idea what we do with just a handful of people, literally a handful and it's on a volunteer basis. So we do the best with what we have, and yes, we are human, so mistakes will happen and obviously this was one of them. I can't count on one hand how many mistakes our staff have made over the last 25+ championship seasons which given the amount of people we have volunteering to do this it's pretty remarkable. Sorry that our mistake ruffled your feathers and has forced you to resign, your choice, there is no need for me to respect your decision because it's YOUR decision, not mine. We have the rights to have our own opinion on matters. Unfortunately things just won't work out and it's sad to be honest. but as I say to all the others who know me, it is what it is. You don't want to race with fixed setup, so be it, it's that simple. It's a pole topic and we will see what everyone else wants but this is a loss either way cause neither party will be happy. I think these cars are more about the driver than the setup so I would think that good drivers can take the fixed setup and still get out and win the race where on the other hand a driver who does not know how or does not have the time to build a setup will take an open setup and still be at the back, so making this series open does nothing really except make the faster guys faster and slower guys slower or same pace they always were but the fixed setup levels the playing field. The fast guys will still be fast but the slower guys will find a purpose to race since they feel they have a chance. It makes no difference to me, I am the voice for PRL and the guys who cant build setups but as far as I am concerned makes no difference.