I've heard at least one of these from more than one source. Not that these are life altering, but I wonder if there's any truth to them: 1) T/D racers will be competing for NHRA national championship points in 2015. No word on T/S. 2) A handful of Pro Stock racers will be dropping out next year making it unlikely that there will be 16 cars at any of the races. 3) NHRA and the big 3 automakers had a meeting at Indy such that NHRA questioned the big 3 reps on what they felt would get more participation in Pro Stock. The big 3 all concluded that they feel that the cars should look more like a production car, and the engines should be more like what's currently being sold on dealer lots. The first one I can believe, and the second wouldn't surprise me. However, the third one seems a little, if not VERY, over the top. Even if true, I'm not about to believe that NHRA is willing to put such advice into action. Talk about lawsuits. But anyhow these have all been floating around, and supposedly originated from reliable sources. BS or fact?