They should bring back the Primm-300 and stop screwing around in silty Plaster City...
This seems like a valid concern to me and if this site is used in the future, it will be interesting to see how they plan to mitigate that. Even on a well used course, the risk of missing a line and being on the wrong side of the course seems fairly high in extreme low vis conditions.they were worried that on an new course with the infield zig zags all close to each other peeps would get lost and hit eachother.
The 2 worst times to try and race in the valley, Sunrise and sunset.They made a bad call to postpone the race. If they would have ran as scheduled Saturday afternoon their was a slight breeze and vision would have been better. Running it early Sunday am was way worse, here in the valley with high humidity the moisture was holding the dust down. When the sun gets up and temps rise the moisture gets burned off and lets the dust disperse.
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Agreed, trucks kick up way more dust than any buggy. Then add 8-900hp plus a 8 miles course and you have a problem no matter how much water you put down.Cody is awesome but you're not comparing apples to apples... the dust of the TT race can't be compared to anything else out there.