Never to early to start talking... With the end of the season for the pro's coming this weekend and the release of the 2016 nation schedule due to be officially released. The big news is who will replace Utah? Personally I would like to see Gatorback or another track in the southeast. Silly season for rider movement is about to kick into high gear so it will be fun to see who lands where. I guess the big move is one of the current teams is switching to Suzuki to revamp their 250 class presents. Speaking of 250's, Marvin is moving up to the big bikes but I would like to see several move make to move as well. On a local note, I would assume the big fish to land would be East Fork. Also an assumption would be I am sure they are wanting to schedule more than one race for next year. Natural fit would be to replace Treaty City (Maybe not a coincidence that the one race they schedule this year is on the last Treaty date) in the Southern Ohio series. I would really like to see Drew and Action Sports back on a series schedule somewhere. He has done a lot for our sport in the past and still can promote better then most. The Kentuckyiana series has really been drawing some good numbers all year. Maybe expand that series into the Buckeye state also. Funny how some of those races are so close to Ohio and so few Ohio riders actually attend. I guess that Kentucky stamp in your passport is difficult to obtain. OMA? With the struggles of OIR and 213, I would hope they are looking to expand next year as well. Hello, East Fork??? The concept of the OMA is still a great one but basically it is Malvern all year with a Chillitown, Briarcliff tease. "If your not growing, your dying." Said one very smart business person a long time ago. Speaking of Chilli. If they don't have a regional next year... Well, it would just be plain stupid for them not to have one...or two... Heck move Lorettas there. No matter the sanctioning body I am still looking for a reduction of classes. We do not need 4 different 50 classes. And this is coming form a 50 parent. Jr. and Sr. are more then enough. The 65 split into Jr. and Sr. has not really worked either. The Sr. class has very low numbers and the ridiculous 65 Open class has several Jr. kids in the top 5 each week. One 65 class is fine. And can we finally agree the schoolboy 2 class needs to be forgotten about? Give me 1 A class, 1 B class and 1 C class then college, 25+, 35+ and 45+ and that's enough for EVERYONE to run 2 classes (at least). 250's and 450's run about the same lap time so why have different classes for them? Long moto's and short days would sure be nice. Im not excluding the CRA, I just don't know anything about them. So if anyone would like to add a few rumors for them, Im sure most would like to hear. Just don't stop with the missiles OMA and CRA keep lobbing on each other. Makes for some good reading on here. Thankfully there are still a lot of races on the schedule before the snow flies. But some good late summer / early fall rumors help keep the interest level high.