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  1. TWOth Autosport #522 Cayman GT4 Trevor Hill Travis Hill Bill Swyers Erwan James
  2. TWOth Car Adjustments and corrected names for iRacing League Requests as per the registration sheet sent out. Team Name: TWOth Autosport/Shopify Number: 522 Car: Porsche GT4 Drivers: Travis Hill Erwan James Tobias Luetke Trevor Hill Team Name: TWOth Autosport/A41 Driver Development Number:552 Car: MX-5 Drivers: Neil Casbourn2 Sean Ciavarella Stephen Clarry Team Name: Anderson41 Gaming Number: 411 Car: Porsche GT4 Drivers: Timothy Spain Craig Anderson3 Bill Swyers
  3. TWOth Autosport II MX-5 #552 Neil Casbourn2 Stephen Clarry Sean Ciavarella
  4. Team Name: TWOth Autosport/Shopify Number: 522 Car: Porsche GT4 Drivers: Travis Hill Erwan James Tobias Luetke Trevor Hill Team Name: TWOth Autosport/A41 Driver Development Number:552 Car: MX-5 Drivers: Neil Casbourn2 Sean Ciavarella Stephen Clarry Team Name: Anderson41 Gaming Number: 411 Car: Porsche GT4 Drivers: Timothy Spain Craig Anderson3 Bill Swyers
  5. So out of 85 cars, we ran a rain light as it says in the rulebook. In flashing mode. Again, I already admitted it was mounted a little high, and will make corrections to that for next race. Thanks for the tip. Yes it was a good decision to make my car more visible. We didn't get hit, and didn't have a mark on our car after this race. 1. Again, as mentioned, I already clarified that, and will make changes for the next event on our cars. 2. Rule mentions nothing about being on all the time, or during only braking. When we had it flashing during braking last year, we were told it needs to be either a brake light, or flashing all the time, during foul weather events. I have a feeling more than our FIA Rain caused more the clusterf$ck. Weather conditions, track conditions, bunched up fields. Find something else rather than 1 car to pick on that caused 85 other cars to have issues on restarts. Because likely 75 of those cars couldn't see our car during most restarts as they were either ahead, or far enough behind to not see. Previous actions by our drivers and team? If you ever have concerns or comments about our drivers or team, please come have a talk with me. I'm all ears and always open for comment. We run a clean arrive and drive customer program. Some drivers that have made questionable moves and actions, are no longer with us, for maybe the same reason. Not sure what the team has done to you. But our group of drivers this weekend were clean, courteous, and didn't put a mark on our car, or anyone else's.
  6. Thank you Snorman for you comment on our "bull cookies" rain light. We were just trying to follow the rules and be safe out on track. In the ChampCar rulebook, it stats: 9.9.4.1. Rear Rain Lights: A rear rain-light is recommended but not required. Placement is to be in the center rear area in the place that the license plate would normally be mounted. It is only to be flashing during rain/wet/ fog/snow weather. It is permitted to turn on with the brakes. It is permitted to be on solid at night if it has a dim setting and is not operating at 100% power. The Lifeline rain-light in “flash mode” alternates between 60% and 100% power. At any other setting, it operates at 100% power, so we recommend that the light be “switched” and only used during foul weather events. It was our interpretation of this rule that this event at Road Atlanta this weekend fell under the "foul weather events." We found it very important due to the lack of visibility of the race, that having a well visible car was very important for the safety of our drivers, and the other drivers around us. I'm sorry if our flashing LifeLine rain light was causing your drivers the "clusterf$ck" on restarts. I hope at the next "foul weather event", they can tell the difference between a flashing Red light that is a rain light, and a flashing Yellow/Orange light that is on the pace car. I do admit, our light was mounted a little high in our chassis, and can be mounted a little lower. I will make sure to change that for the next event. But the flashing FIA spec LifeLine Rain Light will remain on our cars, and will be used for "foul weather events" again in the future. I thank you for the constructive criticism on our car, and please me us know if you have any other comments or tips on our cars for the next event. Cheers Trevor Hill www.twothautosport.com
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