Neither grpup has a 360 class but 360s are eligible to race with them last year boss has a 305 win a feature with them. No wings you don't need all the power and the racing is much less boring
Is there any track in the country that runs both winged and wingless as regular weekly (or frequent) shows, such that at least some of the regulars might be running both? No significance to the question other than I'm curious. Wings vs. wingless seems to cause divergence of opinion akin to differences in religion.
How different is the equipment for winged vs. wingless, other than taking the wing off? Is it just setup, or are there other parts that one needs to change?
Also, how much does it affect sponsorship? After all, the wing does provide a sort of rolling billboard, from a sponsor's perspective.
Veering back to the thread topic, I'm asking just because I think that whatever happens with 410s vs. 360 might end up being tied to what happens as far as winged vs. wingless. As noted above, if one doesn't have the downforce from the wing, the extra power is less useful, so there is at least a chance that any changes that would catch on might involve the total package - not just reconsidering wings or engines, but possibly some combination of both.