We're planning on having "expert" and "novice" groups, depending on whether you've had track experience, but it's up to you what group you'll be in. If you find yourself in the wrong group we'll switch you to a different one. Since there are five groups we may end up having "slow", "medium", "fast", "really fast", "unbelievably fast", or something like that. We'll see how it goes.Hmm, the other thread says no track experience required.
I am interested, but need to double check before asking for one day off from my boss. Will the groups be arranged by experience/speed? I have been to Pacific Raceway once, but was the slowest in Class D. The feeling of blocking everyone behind makes me nervous, and we do not even have a let-by zone at PGP.
Excellent.If that is not an issue, I am in. :nanner:
The track will probably be set up exactly as in the video. We'll have another look at the barrier situation tomorrow and if there are no safety issues we might use cones instead of barriers, or just leave them out altogether in some places. They're probably there for a reason, to keep you from crossing over onto another part of the track or running into something even worse (like a fence). So far in testing we've never had anybody come anywhere near the barriers, even though we've put a few wheels in the dirt on the very tight north section.Are they going to have those plastic barriers up like they have in your video? It gives you zero runoff room in quite a few of the corners.
After tossing it back and forth for a while we settled on sharing the costs per-driver instead of per-car. I'll toss it back at Arnon again but I think we're going to stick with per-driver. That's how all the clubs seem to do it. If you share a car you'll just have to be in different run groups, and the car will run in both groups. Trying to pro-rate partial days is too complicated for simple cavemen like us. Sign up for the full day, and drive the full day!Can two drivers drive the same car? (as in pay one entry fee and trade off who runs when the group is up.)
The plastic barriers have been moved well off the pavement. There's really no way you can hit them except by doing some serious off-roading or taking a sudden turn in the middle of the straight. We shot another video today that should show the new placement; I'll get it on line soon.Are they going to have those plastic barriers up like they have in your video? It gives you zero runoff room in quite a few of the corners.