It ends when the competitors no longer wish to run with Rush. I disagree that it's diluting the fields. It's keeping people racing who otherwise would be on the sidelines. I don't now if you've been to upstate New York any time recently, but the Crate Modifieds have four times as many cars as the other divisions.
Spot on posts flash. But you can't talk sense to these people on here who just hate crate racing. As you said, they are too dumb to realize that guys like Charlier simply can't run supers due to cost so he runs what keeps him in the sport. I guess they would rather watch 10 late models every week. RUSH is here to stay whether people like it or not. Most of the time the crate races are excellent, the race at the Pittsburgher was better then the 100 lapper which saw 1 driver dominate the whole race.