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Hugh Jass

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  • Location:
    Chesterfield County, VA
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    Male
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    iRacing
  • ChampCar Team Name
    Hugh Jass
  • Car 1 Year Make Model
    92 Mazda Miata

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  1. Thanks again for the pads @Mazmarc You are a good dude. I tried to share pictures here for everyone else but they were rejected for max size by the forum. I need @Bill Strong to teach me how to change the quality of my pics.
  2. We typically run Raybestos ST-43 pads front and rear from Porterfield but when I tried to order some last week, I found out that the fronts are back ordered with no ETA. So my question to the group is what pads should I consider if I cannot locate more ST-43 front pads? Porterfield has ST-42 and 45 in stock as well as their R4-E. I am afraid the 45s might be too much bite and be hard to modulate. If you have extra ST-43 pads in R635.13 shape (94-00) that you want to get rid of let me know.
  3. I recommend you sign up to volunteer (you get paid) at a race working for the series. https://champcar.org/web/volunteer.php
  4. I am not sure @tyler_j but I think @Chris Huggins would probably share what he is doing.
  5. Here is a little clip of @chip doing some work at the end of the race on Sunday.
  6. I should be able to make Round 2, look forward to seeing you on the grid.
  7. @SCUDERIACACKALACKY did you happen to get any of the Pinkies Out cars running nose to tail on Saturday?
  8. I didn't read all the responses, so this may have been suggested. Is the CAS out 180 degrees? It will fit in two ways but only one is proper. We put it in 180 out one time and it would run but not rev or pull under load.
  9. I started in sim racing before taking the plunge and buying a car to go real racing. Sim racing has helped me immensely in so many ways. Some things don't translate completely, but overall I think sim racing is a great investment for any racer. Reach out to me if you need help getting started.
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