Gotta save some vacation time for Christmas - kids' band will be playing in the Tournament of Roses parade on 1 January!
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I'd guess a combo of Pilson's/Plaster's advice with Ted's will help. Being less-smooth on corner entry will disrupt the rear and reduce push, but it's something you'd need to practice. Think about how you slalomed the CRX and use that kind of input for the entry into corners. Tweaking the rear press...
Moving beyond the course discussion, let's talk about course-working. I had three consecutive runs where I yelled for course workers to check a cone in the offset before the slalom. I stopped the last time to get them moving on it. They apparently called it in like there was nothing wrong. That's no...
Steve, to the contrary I think there would be more time for socializing and fun rather than less. Up to 100' tall light towers are available with relatively few actually needed to simulate late afternoon/early evening light. It would give the organizers much more leeway to work around adverse condit...
Seriously? And how so? If the National Office foresees continuing to raise the cap to meet demand while still keeping the quality of the event and not extending it to 6 days, what are the options?
I'm starting to think that the super tall stadium lights are where we're heading for Nats. Raise the cap to 1600 and run until 10 or 11 pm. Walks until 1 am and start times of 9 am every day.
Agreed that the course was a lot of fun, especially for the Miotter's maiden voyage. I can't believe I didn't cone with those wide wheels on a (relatively, for me) wide vehicle. It was another of those 'it drove better than it walked' courses. I wish I'd remembered my helmet and helmet cam.