The organisers could fix the problem by introducing a $100k price cap on eligible cars. I think a class structure based on price would work & also bring back a historical element to the race. Four classes of <$25k, $25,001 - $50k, $50,001 - $75k and $75,001 - $100k. If they also limit the modifications to safety-related items too, I think it would attract more entries simply by lowering the required spend for a competitive entry. At the moment the Sherrin's own the rights to a deal with the C.A.M.S for the Australian Production Car Championship & as long as they've got the most likely car to win, why would they want to change that? I could be wrong but they need to see what will work for the better of the whole class & this race. The 6-hour doesn't seem to be an attractive proposition to the name (read Supercar) drivers & I believe that is keeping crowd numbers lower than their potential. James O'Brien as the Promoter of the race must be getting nervous with the combination of a low take at the gate, runaway winners & generally not a lot to shout about.