More variety attracts more people and guarantees bigger starterfields - that makes fun!
if they all race for one title, it won't attract more people to get involved if you ask me.
If you split the classes, you will see more racers for sure.
I hate directionals, why should I try to keep up with them on my twintip?
If there is a twintip class, I would race as well, knowing, I do have a chance to be up there.
I don't want to race with directionals, knowing, I will always be last or second last. That's why I don't race anymore.
3 girls raced at PKRA Germany. Why only 3? I talked to other girls, and they said: I would love to race, but I don't have such boards. If twintips would have a chance, I would be competing.
Girls are not the tech people...they want to go out and rip, and not spend hours over hours taking a millimeter of a fin or whatever...
Sailing has many different classes. Why? I guess to satisfy everyones needs and to attract all that different sailors.
This is not an easy task for our sport.
But I am sure, that if we have different classes, also pure twintip classes, we will have more people racing.