From a safety point of view ...good idea.
But i reckon you're going to pushed for numbers and you'll end up like the JS
with everybody, big bikes, small bike and all skill levels on one grid.
I also think the Malaysian and Singapore riders concept should go.
It's the MSS and you take part or you don't.
Provided we can find a way to get dates and contact people information made public it's then up to the individual to enter. This would take some of the hassle off the shoulders of the guys currently running around for SBR. ..It's worked for years with the JS
At this level of club racing there are allways going to be fast guys and slow ones ( like all racing) so i think splitting up into groups will just reduce the numbers by making taking part even more complicated. Not to mention the extra hassle for the organisers
And then there's allways the "who should be in which group" which allways ends in tears.
Everybody that takes part gives up his free time and money to enjoy and support an event. If the GP guys can put up with back markers then so should we all. ( i shoudl be so lucky)
I think the focus should be on track safety and do's and dont's.
If possible try and organise more track orientation days to increase the numbers.
Just my rant.