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Terrible news! Any updates you can share on a hunt for a new spot? Anything I can do to help?
Camber plates in the 2 series are known for excessive noise, which I was trying to avoid on my wife’s daily driver. Fortunately my wife is cool and said it’s fine, so I guess I’m getting camber plates and moving up a class next year!
It looks like my points got split into two different people named Jeremy Nuger – probably because my number changed mid season. Any way to fix it?
Agreed – but I’m not sure about that high speed sweeper pointing right at the grid 😉 I’ll claim a spot at the far end of the grid!
As long as nobody brings a Viper, we should be fine.
Wow, nice course!
Dave’s TTOD video took the line I had in mind, so I think that answers my question!
I’m curious. You both (especially bill) went pretty wide around the turnaround between the first straight and the hairpin. Was that intentional? Your placement for the hairpin worked out fine but it seems like it could have been faster with a tighter line. But you guys are both faster than me, so I’m just asking to learn 🙂
The weights listed there for all the cars look lower than the bmw published weights. I’m guessing they’re using different sources. Maybe it’s dry weight vs wet weight. My car is also listed in that doc as being a couple hundred pounds lighter than the bmw published wet weight.
Rajat Kumar mentioned to me he’d done work to his car and should now be AAA, but he didn’t realize he needed to reclassify.
Rich wallet was driving his Civic Type R, so his times should be moved to X class.
I think Brandon Ignacio #619 wasn’t actually driving a 1986 325es. Was he driving the same M2 that Dennis Ignacio #993 drove?
My number got messed up in the online tool, so Ryan had me run under number 702 (what was listed online). But I was actually driving the car classified as 716 (a C class white 228i convertible). Any chance we can update it?
Thanks, Rob — that does help!