Not to be too nosy but why did Lemons say no and Chump say yes? My experience with both is that Lemons pays less attention to safety equipment and more on cars being "stock" while Chump even goes so far as to check roll cage welds and safety equipment but care less about parts and pieces so long as the car is solid and not dropping fluids or parts on the track.Bill Strong said:we run the car in one lemons race a year and the rest in Chump. Lemons poo-poo'ed my front end. So I have a new stock front end I'll weld on once I get back from racing our other car at New Hampshire next week. Kinda sucks. But I am not too bothered by it.