Not relating to IMSA, but make the bleeding stop please!
On the positive side at least it sounds like it’s only for 2020, and they aim to strengthen their customer racing program too. This is going to be a rough year though.Not relating to IMSA, but make the bleeding stop please!
I’m tempted to as well. It seems like a lot of other July 4th stuff is getting cancelled or postponed anyways. I’m not used to having reserved seats for a race on the road course but most of the seats in that area are pretty good regardless.Tickets were 30 bucks.
How could I say no...
Unfortunately, another team pulled out of the race. The Heart of Daytona AMR team will not be there, I think it will be a total of 27 entries...Pulled the trigger on four tickets for next weekend. The difference in weather should be interesting for this one.
Yeah, I’m thinking we’ll still get somewhere in the range of 10-12 GTD entries which would put the field between 26-28. Might look small for Daytona but there shouldn’t be any lack of competition. Also, when you lose 4-5 cars for a period of time but still have roughly a dozen showing up I think GTD is in pretty good shape.Unfortunately, another team pulled out of the race. The Heart of Daytona AMR team will not be there, I think it will be a total of 27 entries...
I don't give a ****, its a race to attend.
8 Protos, 6 GTLM, 12 GTD = 26. Beats that field ARCA trotted out at Talladega.
Thanks.It is a night race......Broadcasting from 6 to 9pm on NBCSN.
You live in Melbourne right?Spotter Guide, featuring WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, Michelin North American Endurance Cup & the Michelin Pilot SportsCar Challenge starting with the Rolex 24 at Daytona International Racewayspotterguides.com
Yeah, should come right after the Xfinity race.
I still have to go through downtown Orlando.Yep, I would say a little over an hour to 1:15 or so depending on traffic and weather. It’s definitely a more pleasant drive than a full ride across I-4 was.
Porsche 911 is still a flat-6. The former LMP1 had the V4, the Caddy is based off the 6.2 LS/LT engine. The Corvette is now a flat planed DOHC twin-turbo V8.I'm not sure what difference is between Caddy and Vette. I'd think they are both LS derivatives. Porsche I think is still a flat 4, or are they V6 now?