Nope, gonna disagree, no road cars and a hold on any new series. Tiz about time a few of the series & groups were filled up, so many with just one or two cars and even the likes of GT4, where we have 5, that's still woefully short of the real grid. I may drone on a bit about this but I fear things won't change, as an example group C, @Alex Hodgkinson has history developing these beasts. The 2 in RR presently are fantastic, so there's no lack of technical ability. If the Jaguar, Mazda, Peugeot, Mercedes etc etc, any of them turned up they would be snapped up like toilet rolls in a pandemic, so it's not a financial reasons and with this being a historical series, licencing can't be the issue, so: what is? Well the old small team scenario will bear it's head, again, so that brings in priorities and commitments to partners. Well with what looks like the demise of DTM in its present form and WTCR looking to turn to sewing machine motors, maybe, just maybe some time or staff will become available to beef up a few of these empty series. Our @Anthony Monteil must be chomping on his microphone to get to work on some of the missing in action cars in RR or is he busy trying to make a VW sewing machine sound different than a Mercedes sewing machine?