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  1. Good event ... well attended, interesting course layout, and some close competition. And the weather? We had drizzle, cool temps, sun, warm temps, and lots of wind. Who could ask for more. I'll give two-thumbs up for the vendor. Best burger I've had in awhile. Changing subject - LOST COOLER BAG Green Carlsberg cooler bag left near the trailer or maybe station #3. If anyone picked it up, please respond to this topic or send my a PM and I'll arrange to pick it up. There's a half-eaten apple in there that I haven't finished!
  2. Same goes for me, even though I've got a heavier car and am not as skilled a driver.. I decided to cut back the number of events for 2019 due to excessive tire wear experienced last year, but now I'm reconsidering. The positive effect on tire wear resulting from resurfacing the Gimli track cannot be overstated. I've run on the new track surface 3 times so far, and I'm impressed with how little tire wear has occurred compared to the five events I ran in 2018. Heck, I might just add a few Friday lapping events to my schedule for 2019. Anyone who is not coming out to Gimli because of tire wear issues should give it another shot and see for themselves the improvement in the track surface.
  3. Matt or Al can confirm, but I’m not aware of any issues taking a passenger for open lapping (Friday track days). And, I agree that it would be a good way to get someone interested in our sport. Here’s what it says in the ASN Canada FIA Lapping Regulations 2018 15. Passengers 15.1 To be eligible to participate as a passenger, a person must: 15.2 Have the consent of the organizer; 15.3 Have signed the ASN Canada FIA General Waiver; 15.4 Wear personal safety equipment as required for the driver; 15.5 Keep hands and arms inside the vehicle at all times; 15.6 Not carry items such as food, drink, cameras, video recorders, purses, etc. 15.7 Passengers may occupy the front, passenger seat only. 15.8 Participants (drivers or passengers) under the age of majority for the province in which the event is taking place must also present both a completed Parental Consent Waiver and a Minor Participant Waiver at event registration. In addition, minors participating as passengers must: 15.9 Be at least 14 years old; 15.10 Be in a vehicle being driven by their parent or legal guardian;
  4. Hooboy, I guess videos don't lie. Same car, same group, same course. We even had our wives along for the drive. But what a difference in line selection and resulting times. Congratulations on your raw times ... too bad about the BS with the BS classification. Next time, we'll let the wives drive. At least, I will ... it'll be an improvement.
  5. "... accelerate your progress". Nicely said, and very true. Hope we get a good turnout for the Level 1 school. Wait a minute, what am I saying? That's just means more novices will beat me!
  6. Hey Mark, nice touch with the commentary added to video. Looking forward to the next one.
  7. The WSCC results were available yesterday but are no longer shown on AXti.me Is the disconnect at our end? Oh yeah, I'll raise my hand for "Outlaw Dogs". Nothing wrong with Tiki Dogs, but it would be nice to alternate and have a backup.
  8. I noticed that you didn't include the Focus RS on your list. I've driven mine two years and can confirm it was built for a driver that loves hooning. I think it would be a good fit for your driving style.
  9. I assume all entrants for Time Attack event #1 are complying with the requirement to get their car classified through CASC Ontario Time Attack. I submitted my car classification to CASC Ontario Time Attack more than two weeks ago and still haven't received approval. My PIP schedule and summary are as simple as they come, so I'm sure that's not holding it up. Anyone else having delays in receiving approval?
  10. Too good to be true, but I need all the help I can get. I noticed Roberto signed up with a 2018 Focus RS in B Street. That's what you get for running a front LSD. Thanks @Magner for all the effort you put in over the years helping people class their cars. We'll see you on Saturday!
  11. Confirmed, tiny writing and all. Confirmed Finally, you got what you wanted - confirmed.
  12. Well , it's been two years since this topic was last updated. I read through this thread and there is a lot of good information buried within but I think you can pretty much do one-stop-shopping by accessing the link Joe provided. Beyond Seat Time has developed exponentially over the last two years. You will find everything you need to know and more. I purchased "The Complete Autocrosser's Manual" and it is well worth the money. If you prefer something a little more basic, I've attached a Word file I found on the Internet. Hope this helps those who are getting their feet wet for the first time this season. Autocross Defined.docx
  13. Just a few questions Tim: Have the two big 6V batteries (sitting on the tongue of the trailer) been removed and stored for the winter? Otherwise, hope they didn't freeze. Do we have everything on site to test the timing equipment? Maybe Shawn has the laptop? Not sure if he'll be out Saturday. You said to meet at 10:00 am CST. Does that mean Come Some Time? Weebly Boss will bring donuts.
  14. Hmm, I see you've reserved #78 for Open Lapping so I'm guessing you'd like the same number for Autoslalom. Your are presently confirmed for #87 and I will hold that until Apr 28th. On Apr 28th all unclaimed "pending renewal" numbers will be released. If Mike doesn't renew #78, then you can apply for it at that time on a first-come-first serve basis.
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