|03-25-2008, 04:49 PM||#11|
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A rain-delay or track maintenance protocol could be put in to effect.
Having one in place may help control the weather damage to portions of the track. I know the tarp was in partial use last year, yet this year a better coordinated plan may help alleviate some of the puddling (and erratic track surface reactions).
When doing construction on sites which were moisture-sensitive, it was always standard protocol to roll out tarps in a specific way, and to maintain a sandbag line for the purposes of both holding the un-used tarp in place, and for holding it over the area of concern in case it rained.
I guess it is hard because there is no "track employees" etc.
Given the success of Sid's Raceway, has anyone spoken with an civil-engineer about the track build and rain damage? It may be unconventional suggestion but I thought it worthwhile to throw out for digestion.
+1 for Licks.
Also, I'd be interested in any joint video venture. I thought there was some fun potential in having many video feeds spliced together. My girlfriend was always joking that I enjoyed the photos and videos as much or more than the actual racing.
Either way, I can't wait to race again. Look out 4WD.
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