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  1. I called the track this morning. Here is the link they provided for test day registration. You'll need to create an account in order to register. https://www.motorsportreg.com/events/pitt-race-full-track-test-tune-champcar-pittsburgh-international-compl-148476
  2. Nobody is debating the performance. The quickness of a dual clutch and the auto-blip like features are neat. But doing some of the things yourself is part of what makes driving fun. At least to me anyway. Pretty sure I'm in the minority though. The manual continues to die a slow death.
  3. Yep. I read them. Test & Tune Information: Event run by Pitt Race. $225 per car for day (Afternoon sessions ONLY) Link to test day registration - TBD I assumed that registration could be done ahead of time. Maybe not?
  4. Just a friendly reminder about providing test day registration info. Thanks! Looking forward to this one!
  5. As well as: Clip in seat belt hardware must have the clip lock pin or safety wire in place.
  6. I've been pondering the same build. While consumables would be higher (E36 currently), so would the fun factor! You should definitely do it and document here so that we can learn from all of your hardships ๐Ÿ˜‰. Also, you have to promise to put side pipes on it!
  7. Try Alt+K and then move them with your mouse. I use monitors, but I'm sure it would be the same with VR. Careful now. It's a slippery slope! ๐Ÿ˜‰
  8. In my opinion, the other companies have played 2nd fiddle to the Corvette for a long time now when it comes to performance per dollar. I love the fact that they would go toe to toe with the mid-engine exotics for far less $, and with a front engine layout. I'm glad to see that Zora's plan has finally come to fruition. Other than the excellent value (some would call it a relative bargain) it's just not a Corvette to me anymore. Perhaps they should have named it after him.
  9. The first 2 years (out of 66 years of production) a manual wasn't offered because they didn't have one that would handle the ungodly (150hp) power. You got me there ๐Ÿ˜ƒ. I'd love to own a C8. It should be called something else though. Like "Corvair" maybe? Lol
  10. While I do like it (a lot), I'm not sure it should have the Corvette name. Call me a purist, but a Corvette has the engine in the front and an optional 3rd pedal.
  11. I really hope this doesn't get misconstrued as a "rule change".
  12. RaceHero has a hard enough time handling 1 event. It didn't work at all on Sunday at WGI.
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