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Justin9 last won the day on July 23 2018

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  1. Justin9

    2019 Official Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta 14-Hour

    Back in the early Champcar days... new drivers learned the track Saturday morning when the green flag waved...
  2. I can confirm I'll be at another Rolex.. tickets ordered. Dad and I usually start the race in the grandstands at the end of pit road / going into infield turn 1.
  3. Justin9

    Ordering the New Number Panels

    I would think Road Atlanta, Daytona, and Indy are all premier and those are the ones I'm scheduled to be at.
  4. Justin9

    2019 Official Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta 14-Hour

    Well excuse me mister thought I made a wrong turn but I didn't.
  5. Justin9

    2019 Official Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta 14-Hour

    He will also stay up the entire way and talk to you while you drive during the night... 😁
  6. Justin9

    Ordering the New Number Panels

    Same boat, fresh paint and graphics, just waiting for the required stickies
  7. Justin9

    Ordering the New Number Panels

    I'm not worried about it anymore... whenever and whatever happens we will make it work...
  8. Justin9

    Ordering the New Number Panels

    Thanks... I will take a screenshot of the 18 panel, scale it and see what I come up with.
  9. Justin9

    Ordering the New Number Panels

    Is that the total panel or the usable number area?
  10. Justin9

    Ordering the New Number Panels

    But I never had the 2018 panels because i was rebuilding my crap from "the fire". My understanding was the decal turns 90 degrees and the space for the numbers is smaller.
  11. Justin9

    Ordering the New Number Panels

    So here's my deal.. I don't have a problem getting the RVA number panels, but to cut my numbers (84) and class stickers (D) i need to know how much room I have to work with... we use to have those dimensions.I need to cut three colors... I'm loading white tonight, yellow and black tomorrow.
  12. Justin9

    Ordering the New Number Panels

    Bill.... its not that I appericate the job you are trying to do... I'm just a tad bit OCD about my graphics since I do graphics so my car is my marketing... I don't have a problem running the series sponsors and all.. . but my schedule is 4 working days until the race at Road Atlanta basically because Saturday is my race car day. I know in the past we had those little cover up stickers for the old panels, if we can count on something like that, I can have everything done and I can worry about how in the hell I'm going to tow my crap to the track since the engine in the ambulance has taken a dump...
  13. Justin9

    Ordering the New Number Panels

    For those of us that have our own equipment and like to show up ready, not trying to make stickers stick in the cold rain of north Georgia... in the past I have cut my own white panels and left sufficient room for the add-on sticker for the series to be added... from the pit wall, you can't tell the difference. What this allows me to do is cover the number panel and my normal number with a clear vinyl to protect it from being torn up too fast as the numbers panels the series as normally used where not of a thick quality vinyl that seemed to hold up well. Is there any reason while I would not be allowed to cut my own white panel and black numbers, and leave the area on the panel for the sponsors? I would just need to know size of the panel and whether we are doing that up and down thing or back to front to back. Plus, I'm moving three hours away from my car in a week and would really like to have this taken care of before I leave. Possibly even do a car reveal with my sponsor.
  14. If everything goes to plan, which it hasn't yet this week. I will be getting the car back from muffler shop, then I have to completely sand the car and take it tonight to the paint shop so it can get sprayed tomorrow. Then I have next week to decal it and finish odds and ends before I go to start a new job living 3 hours away from the car which I need to feel good about for Road Atlanta.