2017 DTAC Schedule

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8:33 AM - Feb 02, 2017 #1



Here is the tentative schedule for the 2017 Delta Trans-Am Championship:
23 Feb - Daytona
9 Mar - Sebring
23 Mar - Meadowdale
6 Apr - Green Valley
20 Apr - Laguna Seca
4 May - Lime Rock
18 May - Bryar
1 Jun - Mid-Ohio
15 Jun - Edmonton
29 Jun - Bridgehampton
13 Jul - Donnybrooke
27 Jul - Road America
10 Aug - Mont Tremblant
24 Aug - Watkins Glen
7 Sep - Mosport
21 Sep - Pacific
5 Oct - Riverside
19 Oct - Stardust
2 Nov - Virginia
16 Nov - Road Atlanta

Please let me know if you spot any issues or concerns.
This year, I may be replacing Bryar with Continental Divide, but need to do some more testing before I know for sure.  Any objections?
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8:35 AM - Feb 02, 2017 #2

Looks diverse, I like it.
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10:35 PM - Feb 02, 2017 #3

If you have a Continental Divide track, I'd very much like it.
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7:17 AM - Feb 03, 2017 #4

Ziggy Moonglow wrote:
If you have a Continental Divide track, I'd very much like it.
Pretty sure I do, but I have no idea how it is.  I'll try to check into it this weekend.
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8:45 AM - Feb 03, 2017 #5

Our new sked!  Looks yummmy!  

I'll try again to get some press out there in hopes of landing some new runners.

I believe that I tried Continental Divide upon its release.  Not really up to our standard as I recall.  It might be very, very narrow in places.  That may be a bit harsh.  I'll give it another look-see and report back soon.

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10:33 AM - Feb 03, 2017 #6

Back a couple of hours later now after some laps at CDR.  I was right in my impressions noted above.  Very narrow in most places with the excetion of the pit straight.  Passing will be a challenge.  I tried a race with nine AI and it was push and shove all the way.

Definitely a nice layout and good ride, tho.

Let's do it!  
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11:52 AM - Feb 03, 2017 #7

Doni49 wrote:
Back a couple of hours later now after some laps at CDR.  I was right in my impressions noted above.  Very narrow in most places with the excetion of the pit straight.  Passing will be a challenge.  I tried a race with nine AI and it was push and shove all the way.

Definitely a nice layout and good ride, tho.

Let's do it!  
Thanks for the info Doni!  I probably have the same version, but I'll take a look as well.
I never really considered Bryar to be "up to our standard" either, which is why I wanted to look at replacing it with CDR.  But either way, I know we'll have a good time! 
  
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11:03 AM - Feb 04, 2017 #8

Ziggy Moonglow wrote:
If you have a Continental Divide track, I'd very much like it.
Here's the current version that I have.  If we add it to the schedule, I will of course be making a few changes and renaming it, like the others. 
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3:15 AM - Feb 05, 2017 #9

If it sucks, kick it and add Sears Point.
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12:42 AM - Feb 06, 2017 #10

I second Sears. Otherwise, looks like a great list of tracks.
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