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  1. I guess it depends if your rotors are seized on or not. I have yet to have any rotors stick but I also do not drive my car during the winter. The DTC-60s would not work well at autocross because they do not have a high initial bite since they need more heat in them to get them in their optimal working range. The optimal heat range for DTC-60s is around 700-1100F, which I doubt you'll ever see at autocross. For autocross, you want something that doesn't require much heat for them to start biting. Something like the HPS 5.0, with an optimal heat range of 100-550F, or an HP+, with an optima
  2. I would definitely recommend starting with upgrading your brake fluid first and then start looking at brake pads. ATE Type 200 or Motul RBF 660 are popular options. I believe Speed Factor stocks Motul regularly so it is easier to get a hold of. Another potential upgrade to consider would be swapping our your rubber brake lines with some braided stainless steel lines. They won't improve braking performance but they may improve the feeling of your brake pedals (firmer pedal under braking) as rubber brake lines tend to expand under high pressure. This is definitely not required but might be a wor
  3. Disregard. Wallet found. Awesome track say today even tho it was a bit chilly. Thank you to all the organizers and corner workers!
  4. Your best bet is to email Charyl. I think this issue pops up when you try to register for both saturday and sunday together.
  5. Feel free to read it yourself. https://www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/soe.html
  6. Prior to spending money on additional car modifications (aside from tires) I would suggest getting in more seat time. You can have the fastest car out there but if your driving skills aren't up to the task you will always post slow time. Attend more events and have the rookie instructor ride with you (great for feed back), attend the two schools that are offered throughout the year (tons of feedback and seat time) and you'll start noticing your time get faster and faster.
  7. I currently have #18 for lapping and tried to get #18 for time attack as I have #18 for autocross as well. Would be nice to have one number for all 3. Want to use #118 instead?
  8. Is there a paved lot there? I thought it was just gravel.
  9. 2019 SCCA Solo rules show that it is eligible to autocross. Classing as follows: HS (Street), STS (Street Touring), SMFS (Modified) depending on vehicle modifications.
  10. Thanks. I was able to check my slow, slow times on the bulletin board while on site and everything seemed to be working. I didn't realize there was an online place to check lap times. Neat.
  11. X2. Was at event 3 but don't seem to be on the spreadsheet. Would like to see my time. Thanks!
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