With just (2) classes left for reveiw, Sportsman Moto 250cc+ and Sportsman ATV, I wonder when we'll hear anything from Score
Good on ya for wanting to post it up. I was thinking that there should be a place on RDC to put them all voluntarily up. Then we could use them to discuss areas of concern with SCORE.We, Missing Lenk Motorsports may be the first on this, but I'm going to try and attach what we got from IRC as to our course and speed at the 500 for all to see (not that we're hiding anything). We had almost 7 hours of down time at RM107 repairing the right front a-arm, another 1-1/2 hours around RM225 for more repairs and when we spun the belt at RM375 due to a lost pulley, we finally had to throw in the towel (RM383) due to time and hopped on the outgoing course and headed for home Based on what I've seen, it would appear that Dale and I never "Strayed" off course We did take the up-hill "short-cut" before the Federally Check I will however admit to exceeding the speed limit at a section after leaving Santo Tomas but it was a case of having (wanting) to pass a (local) truck heading north with another heading south. Appearently I hit 71mph during that pass and I should have waited for the south bound car to pass but I didn't I felt the sence of urgency since Pit 4 was gonna close if I didn't get there time Anyway, shame on me, it'll never happen again
When I open the "iritrack-3" attachment, then minimize it, then open the "09-BJ500-Overlay, it will then overlay the "marked course" with our course and speeds. It's pretty cool and if I do this right, ya'll can check it out!!
OK, I'm having problems attaching it????? It's a Google Earth "KMZ" file and I'll need help
I'll post it if somebody can help on how to do it! I've attached stuff before, but these kmz files ain't working wit meGood on ya for wanting to post it up. I was thinking that there should be a place on RDC to put them all voluntarily up. Then we could use them to discuss areas of concern with SCORE.
Not sure what the overlay looks like, but you can open it up on your computer and then hit "PrtSc" to take a Screen shot. Go to Paint or a similar photo editing program, hit paste (ctrl+v) and save it as a .jpgI'll post it if somebody can help on how to do it! I've attached stuff before, but these kmz files ain't working wit me