Just something that I've been noticing for a while, is there really room for people to watch what we do....or do we even want them to? Just this past weekend at a track I went to, only my second or third time there but I noticed that the people who come to watch don't really have any encouragement to do it. The racers are all pitted right next to the track so people have to wander through their pit area, upon which time they are watched like they are going to steal something, making them feel like they shouldn't be there so they leave, and one guy that had a small child with him literally held the kids arms and hands down as they walked next to a table and tried to get to the track, because the racer was on him like a hawk. I went and talked to the guy as I've been in this situation before and he was genuinely interested in getting started. But the first thing he asked was "is this a club or something or can anybody do this?" I was amazed at how closed out he felt.....next time you go and race take a look at the way things are setup and you'll see. Now I do know that alot of tracks have very limited space but is there anything that we can do to make people feel welcome to come in and ask questions or just watch to see what it is that "all those people with their cars parked together" or "the ones in the building out back" are doing.