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  1. #101
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    CanAm racing is putting up a 2 hour practice server at approx 8:15 CST
    Server name: CMS- TXL Pre Season Practice at Daytona
    Password: improve
    Dynamic weather
    track state: 20%
    Dave Slee (DaveS)
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    hmm, im unable to join in my Ford GT GTE, but can select the old Ford GT..
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    JT Tami

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julie Redmon View Post
    Whatever you tell it to put in, that's what it will put in provided your tank is empty enough to hold 10 gallons. They are simply reducing how much fuel the tank will hold overall. Less fuel per tank full to make a pit stop necessary to refuel. Makes it fun to add a pit stop.
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    Driver classifications updated with new drivers from the last round at Daytona and a correction was made regarding a miss-classified driver.

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    Fuel percentage has been adjusted for both car classes

    GTE cars were 60% and are now 65%
    GT3 cars were 55% and are now 60%

    This was done to allow for a greater range of fuel strategy. Some drivers have reported they were less than 2 gallons from needing two full tanks at Daytona. The OP has been updated to reflect this change as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LarryFord View Post
    Driver classifications updated with new drivers from the last round at Daytona and a correction was made regarding a miss-classified driver.
    My lap times were not any better than some of the other Pro-Am drivers nor was my qualification. I had a very tough night and I've analyzed my "average" lap time to Peter's and others and we are all VERY close. Compare that to the Pro drivers and they were way faster. I have no chance in the world of ever winning in that class and the whole point of the three classes were so we all had a fair shot at winning. Not sure what the basis for this change is Larry.

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    To clarify regarding the switch from GTE-AM to GT3 am I right in that I will be starting the second race with 0 pts as it's a separate category? Or would it be the 10 pts that seems to be the base for participating?

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    Last edited by Russell Gordon2; 01-11-2019 at 01:40 PM.

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    Lol, so does that mean I won Am at Daytona?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Gordon2 View Post
    To clarify regarding the switch from GTE-AM to GT3 am I right in that I will be starting the second race with 0 pts as it's a separate category? Or would it be the 10 pts that seems to be the base for participating?

    Thanks,
    Hey Russell, let me know if you would like to stay in GTE-AM or move to GT3.

    If you move, I'll give you mid pack points
    Jason Lundy
    iRacing co-admin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peterftm View Post
    Lol, so does that mean I won Am at Daytona?
    Shut up Peter!!

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