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About ASenna

  • Birthday 08/03/1970

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  1. Would love to but I will be at Road America with Premium Dudes. Pls keep me on your list for future races.
  2. I'm a fast, well funded driver that's been in the series since 2012. Over 16 wins and countless podiums with RBANK and PREMIUM DUDES. FWD, RWD, AWD familiar. Able to fuel, crew, and wrench if needed. This race falls outside of our scheduled events and I'm looking to get in one more race before the season ends. Thanks, Kerry steed.kerry@gmail.com or 9377258492
  3. Bill, thank you for relaying the good news. To those BOD members and others that subsequently responded, thank you. Your comments and committment to the fair application of the rules is appreciated. Until then, ASenna
  4. Bill, you've got my respect for the work and effort you put into this series but in this case I have to disagree. This topic strikes at the heart of what should be the most important job of the BOD. Ensuring the rules are applied and enforced consistently and fairly throughout the series. Allowing Event Directors, under the employ of the Series Chairman, to inconsistently and unfairly apply the rules "as they see fit" (quote from Chelsea) certain teams creates an environment of mistrust that fundamentally changes the way we, as members, look at the series. I would li
  5. ...are you also aware it's against the rules to submit video to penalize another team for a missed call? If not, please see Rule
  6. noted...and just like telling your driver not to hit the wall...it's implied and understood but sometimes $#!^ happens but does that mean we've turned into hall monitors and tattletales? My question to the BOD was to provide clarity to the members and slow the growing criticism coming from ambiguous calls made by event directors using an unclear rule set.
  7. Rule States - No protest will be accepted for missed or non-calls by corner worker or track/event officials such as a passing under yellow. Yet at Pitt Race RBANK car #195 was penalized based on video turned in by SHUT UP RACING #234. Rule States - Valid driving protests penalties may result in penalty laps, a time penalty, or disqualification of the car, at the discretion of the Event Director. Can the BOD please provide clarity on this topic. Can video be used to penalize another team for a missed call? Does Rule Invalidate Rule 5.5.1.
  8. I can be your spotter on I -71 if you need it and if you really feel like driving head down to I-70/I-675 interchange...full on cloverleaf
  9. Champcar, can you please provide a diagram of MANNED flag stations prior to a race? Safety will be greatly improved, PUY can be reduced, and other types of rules interpretations could be eliminated if all race teams were provided a diagram showing which flag stations at a track would be manned and in use for the entire race.
  10. From Higgy..."I have never been in a situation where driving 1 or 2 seconds a lap faster would have made up a position in the race. ". 2 secs a lap, every lap is an eternity in endurance racing! For instance, The 37 at Eagles Canyon 2014...912 lap race, 2 secs per lap equals 30 minutes lost. 30 mins lost equals 15 LAPS BEHIND your competitors. The teams in Chumpcar are so good that you can't afford to give them a head start. You've been so detailed with your build that you shouldn't let this one slip by thinking it doesn't matter. While you only see it as 2 seconds the other teams see t
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