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  1. A $250 deposit is all that’s needed to save your spot. Reference Mid Ohio having 38 entrants 5 days after it was announced.
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  2. Uhh...thank you. Nothing is stopping people from registering sooner. With the exception of the first year at Indy, pretty much no race sells out sooner than several weeks or a few months.
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  3. VRG is adding a 2nd car for 2021 and we have 13 races scheduled for this year. We are looking for experienced drivers to help fill openings. Our team goal is to be competitive with both cars, one being an aero car and the other being a HP(ish) car. They are both 944S. If you have experience racing in traffic, NOT passing under yellow and avoiding car to car contact and are interested let me know ASAP. Our team does this for FUN and if we do well or not at a race, hopefully at the end of the day the journey and life experience are what matters most to you and not the BADASS trophies Champ
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  4. I'm pretty sure when you see 1 team name and multiple cars they usually have a roster of drivers for each car. It's not like 4 guys are driving 4 cars at the same event to get extra seat time. Each car basically represents a different "team" of drivers. Yes, I know there are a few drivers that might be in multiple cars but that's not many. Basically what you have are teams that are willing or able to commit to the events earlier than others. Or they sign up knowing they can delay their entry to a future race if the car isn't ready in time. If there's a race you are i
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  5. I think the ‘theory’ is higher abrasive wear resistance leading to longer rotor life... this would be great for street use, but I think it is a non-issue in racing. In my experience, rotors (including frozen rotors which I have tried) will not see any abrasion or wear in racing conditions, but they will start cracking. It is the cracks which ultimately force a team to retire the rotor. I pushed frozen rotors to several weekends to try them out and then had problems with brake shake because the cracks had gotten too large. I now use the cheapest blanks that I can find and replace each weekend.
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  6. Register sooner? We tend to have our races picked within a week of the dates being announced. I get it, $$ can be an issue, but if I wait until the day before a big time ticket event in any other realm, especially knowing it is going to sell out, I do not expect to score a ticket if I wait around. This is a nation wide business, as much as we want it to be a "club", not everyone gets to play all the time. Plus a sell out at the Glen with the return of MCM makes me glad I'm not there. I can only imagine the coming carnage from that race.
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  7. So if a team like ours, due to being in the series for 8 years and due to drivers having conflicts during that time, has built a solid driver pool of 6-7 drivers and decides to build a second car so we can all come have fun as a group is that an issue? Or are you more worried about a team that builds 3 cars and holds arrive and drives taking up spots from teams that are more aligned to the spirit of the rules?
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  9. Troy's throwing them out there hoping something sticks
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  10. Nothing wrong with posting the rule, but you must have good measurements to support your enforcement or you will certainly have trouble from members like me. Sorry but that rule is just like many others with no real procedure to make a measurement. Once I see that outlined then I can either agree or not. Science HaHaHa, it is not funny if you send a team off that has done their best to meet the rule. I do agree teams need to make a solid effort and it is not too hard to meet the numbers needed.
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