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Travis
05-29-2017, 11:17 AM
I'm going to try something new for results this year.

2017 CASC-OR Autoslalom Results (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7NE_qZZ8GopNUlpclhPMEhhNkk)

The quick view of the file will likely open it as a text file in Google docs. If the file opened appears as raw HTML, then download the file and open it with a web browser as a webpage.


The main benefit of this is that it might be possible to get unofficial results up on the internet (not wifi) much faster - perhaps before I even leave the event! Posting multiple files to the CASC website is very clumsy, and editing files that have been posted is extremely slow and frustrating, and as a result I don't post the results until after I've had the time to verify them & clean them up so that I only have to post them once. Often that takes days if not weeks.

Possible issues to resolve:
-docs are not on the official site until ... who knows when. I'm leaning towards one single zip file uploaded at the end of the season.
-at what point do the results become official/finalized? It will still be days before I can clean up the results.

Cliff96
05-29-2017, 01:46 PM
agree, uploading results to the current site takes way too much time, was substantially easier when we had ftp access. (Updating them is no fun either as all the file names change each time.) It went from maybe a 5-10m job to setup and post results from a new event to 30-1hr with lots of fiddly fields to fill out. (Updates used to be all of 30s, now an easy 15-20m.)

Technically the results are official 30m after they are posted at the end of the day at the event - and don't think it's changed in the rule-book. Although if there were mistakes or issues I'd make the correction and re-upload.

Travis - if it's the best solution we could ftp them to my mostly unused webhost for in-season results (and put link to it on the auto-slalom section), and then only post the finals on the main site at year end - would that make life easier for you? (Dropbox used to have the ability to view html but they removed it a year or so ago, which would have been awesome for this type of thing.)

13inches
05-29-2017, 02:26 PM
I don't think the file(s) Travis posted are accessible without a Google account.

Something to consider, depending on your audience.

buurin
05-29-2017, 03:08 PM
I don't think the file(s) Travis posted are accessible without a Google account.

Something to consider, depending on your audience.

Files on Google drive/docs/whatever can be easily made publicly accessible. I have posted many files for public consumption.

Upload, get a shareable link, "anyone with link can view", copy-paste that link into eg. forum. Easy peasy.

Travis
05-29-2017, 03:28 PM
Travis - if it's the best solution we could ftp them to my mostly unused webhost for in-season results (and put link to it on the auto-slalom section), and then only post the finals on the main site at year end - would that make life easier for you? (Dropbox used to have the ability to view html but they removed it a year or so ago, which would have been awesome for this type of thing.)

Google Drive is easier for me to use. I've been using it for other things too. My only gripe so far is not being able to quickly open the files since they get opened as txt instead of html. A webhost would solve that problem. I'll consider it.

The other technical problem is that the Wi-Fi router has to be disconnected from the laptop in order to tether the laptop to a phone so updates during an event would be a bit cumbersome.

Cliff you should really come and drive your car :)

Brutus
05-30-2017, 10:52 AM
Can someone please post the results from Event 2 on the website.

Much appreciated.

Jud
#47

Travis
06-25-2017, 03:15 PM
Event 3 results are up.

Snizzoop
06-25-2017, 04:02 PM
I see nothing.

*EDIT* Saw it...some cleaning up to do obviously. LOL @ the n00b in STS with a faster time than me.

Saj5DJ
06-25-2017, 07:26 PM
One of my runs missing too.

Saj5DJ
06-25-2017, 07:38 PM
Know Quentin and Mike W put a run in too.

Daniel
06-25-2017, 09:15 PM
My first run is missing

42.3xx (I think?). Though I'm told I coned but it wasn't called in. :confused::D

My raw time is showing 44.9 (3rd run - rain). My slowest run. Slower even if my first two included a cone.

We can't continue with the software issues that we're having! I suggest if the software isn't sorted out by the next event that we need to consider another option. Maybe use club timing equipment?

Saj5DJ
06-25-2017, 10:15 PM
Would also suggest nominating competent corner captains to man the radios. Some calls (or lack thereof) were pure crap.

No car numbers, no repeats when asked, cones out of place. Shits not hard...

Travis
06-25-2017, 10:24 PM
Not to defend the pile of excrement, axware, but most of the issues you guys see at the moment are not timing errors, but registration problems, or problems related to integrating motorsportsreg with axware.

Normally our events go long enough for me to fix things up during the event, and also I spend about an hour after each event fixing up results so that you guys don't see this mess. The sooner you guys see the results, the uglier they are. That's especially true if it's raining while cleaning up because I hadn't even peaked at the results before posting them.

Daniel
06-25-2017, 11:32 PM
Not to defend the pile of excrement, axware, but most of the issues you guys see at the moment are not timing errors, but registration problems, or problems related to integrating motorsportsreg with axware.

Normally our events go long enough for me to fix things up during the event, and also I spend about an hour after each event fixing up results so that you guys don't see this mess. The sooner you guys see the results, the uglier they are. That's especially true if it's raining while cleaning up because I hadn't even peaked at the results before posting them.

Trav, more than anything I feel bad for you. It's already a lot of pressure on your shoulders and you shouldn't have to deal with constant software issues as well. Just wondering what/if more can be done to alleviate the issues and make things easier for you and the timing crew. Because in the end, without you guys we don't have a regional series and we (all) need to keep that in mind.

Thank you for all the time and effort you put into this Travis! We don't give you nearly enough credit!

Travis
06-26-2017, 12:07 AM
Here's some things that would help:

Timing has some tasks to be done after each event that I don't normally have time to do promptly:

Sort out results errors such as finding runs that were not properly assigned. Often this is easy stuff. Just install axware on your own computer & away you go.
Calculate season standings. This requires some sort of series registration list. Once that's done, axware can produce standings pretty easily.

Someone needs to look into motorsports reg to figure out how to limit registrations to valid class & super class combinations. Currently it's possible to select an invalid combination, such as S-STX instead of ST-STX. It takes 5-10 mins at the start of each event to sort that stuff out.

Someone who wants to be involved in the future should install the axti.me demo (or whatever you want to try) on the laptop & configure it to run with our beams & display*. I'm not willing to do that myself. It's a few hundred bucks so some due diligence should be done before making a proposal to buy it.

*You won't appreciate how bright the display is until you've turned it on indoors!

Saj5DJ
06-26-2017, 12:19 AM
I'll have a look into the MSReg side Trav. And ditto what Daniel said, efforts are very much appreciated.

Fentin_fury
06-26-2017, 08:23 AM
Know Quentin and Mike W put a run in too.

we did - I have video!

Fentin_fury
06-26-2017, 08:25 AM
Trav, more than anything I feel bad for you. It's already a lot of pressure on your shoulders and you shouldn't have to deal with constant software issues as well. Just wondering what/if more can be done to alleviate the issues and make things easier for you and the timing crew. Because in the end, without you guys we don't have a regional series and we (all) need to keep that in mind.

Thank you for all the time and effort you put into this Travis! We don't give you nearly enough credit!

agreed!

MartynD
06-26-2017, 01:24 PM
Trav, more than anything I feel bad for you. It's already a lot of pressure on your shoulders and you shouldn't have to deal with constant software issues as well. Just wondering what/if more can be done to alleviate the issues and make things easier for you and the timing crew. Because in the end, without you guys we don't have a regional series and we (all) need to keep that in mind.

Thank you for all the time and effort you put into this Travis! We don't give you nearly enough credit!


Seconded

Snizzoop
06-27-2017, 09:27 AM
Someone needs to look into motorsports reg to figure out how to limit registrations to valid class & super class combinations. Currently it's possible to select an invalid combination, such as S-STX instead of ST-STX. It takes 5-10 mins at the start of each event to sort that stuff out.

Someone who wants to be involved in the future should install the axti.me demo (or whatever you want to try) on the laptop & configure it to run with our beams & display*. I'm not willing to do that myself. It's a few hundred bucks so some due diligence should be done before making a proposal to buy it.

We have enabled this for the TLMC events. I just looked, and it seems that we only had it enabled for the non-regional TLMC members at the last event. I've modified it for the next events so that non-regional TLMC and non-TLMC members will be forced to choose the correct class. I'll see what needs to be done to get it working for the regional competitors.

So far, I'm not impressed with the support from Axti.me. It's supposed to be easy, but we're having issues.

sjd
06-27-2017, 12:13 PM
So far, I'm not impressed with the support from Axti.me. It's supposed to be easy, but we're having issues.

We are. I had been pretty happy with Axtime until our last event when it would not allow us to class or register people like at our last event. We're lucky we use the Race America AC4 so that we get times electronically. So when it works, it works really well which it did most of last year with the exception of getting the wireless results working. It

Support has been a pretty big issue. The guy who created Axtime is in California and also has a startup that just got funded so that takes up all of his time. When I have been able to get his attention, the support is good. Just not what it needs to be and the documentation is really lacking.

Travis
07-18-2017, 09:03 PM
results for event 4 are up.
google drive (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7NE_qZZ8GopNUlpclhPMEhhNkk)

Snizzoop
07-19-2017, 08:25 AM
Are the results from event 4 final...have they been tidied up?

Travis
07-19-2017, 09:24 AM
Event 4 results haven't been tidied up yet. Neither has event 3, really :rolleyes:

Snizzoop
07-19-2017, 09:56 AM
Sorry, I actually meant event 3.

buurin
07-20-2017, 07:33 PM
We are not alone:
https://www.reddit.com/r/Autocross/comments/684as3/axware_live_timing/


Someone who wants to be involved in the future should install the axti.me demo (or whatever you want to try) on the laptop & configure it to run with our beams & display*. I'm not willing to do that myself. It's a few hundred bucks so some due diligence should be done before making a proposal to buy it.

*You won't appreciate how bright the display is until you've turned it on indoors!
The programmer in me wants to get another project under my belt! :D

We are. I had been pretty happy with Axtime until our last event when it would not allow us to class or register people like at our last event. We're lucky we use the Race America AC4 so that we get times electronically. So when it works, it works really well which it did most of last year with the exception of getting the wireless results working. It

Support has been a pretty big issue. The guy who created Axtime is in California and also has a startup that just got funded so that takes up all of his time. When I have been able to get his attention, the support is good. Just not what it needs to be and the documentation is really lacking.

Maybe it's time we look at some fully open-source solutions as well?

So far I've seen two:
fsTimer(.org) is custom developed for a charity human race and is too far off from our needs.

Then there's this: https://github.com/tahosa/openracer-python
Runs on Python, Django, node.js, the first two I'm currently taking a course on.
However there is no code to talk to any timing gears as far as I can see.

Cliff96
07-21-2017, 01:01 PM
Maybe it's time we look at some fully open-source solutions as well?
...
Then there's this: https://github.com/tahosa/openracer-python
Runs on Python, Django, node.js, the first two I'm currently taking a course on.
However there is no code to talk to any timing gears as far as I can see.

There is also a guy out west - Dina pointed me to his setup when I was still running the series and looking after the timing gear - Murray Peterson who wrote a timing system, mjtiming - according to my emails from the time, but can't seem to find them on the web anymore - looks like shaw retired the hosting, and a search doesn't find anything current.

The problem, is really maintenance/updates/support.

Open source would be nice, but there needs to be enough of a community to support it - with all the different timing solutions over the years, they start out great and then the author looses interest (either in advancing the software to run on current hardware, or they don't have the time, or there are too many features added in without a re-write and things get buggy - see axware a year after axtime.me was released.) I honestly think there isn't enough money to be made to make it someone's full time job (dev at the start, but support later once it's feature complete), which is what it needs to do it right. I'd think the best option for making a difference is to offer to help with someone's project that has already started or is in use already.

The big problem is testing, as evidenced by my axware experience - you can have the gear all setup in the basement, and it will be flawless, but once you start running cars, and errors happen - that are hard to reproduce, they can really hurt and take away from the event, and are the most important to avoid, so not an easy place to learn when you have 50-100 people standing around when a glitch happens.

But don't let all that discourage you, talking to the hardware isn't that complicated, I got some stuff running on an arduino a few moons ago. Look for the race america documentation, it's all there for their displays and timing units. I don't know if you can wireshark a serial connection, but the communication protocols aren't complicated, and shouldn't take much effort to reverse what isn't already documented. The wireless links use zigbee radio's which are open source, so if you wanted to see that side (but doubt it'd be needed) I think it'd be possible too.

suzukablue
07-22-2017, 06:43 AM
Murray pinged me asking to post this link - he's waiting for someone to approve his request to join the forum - its for his software:

http://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByeFbiNdvLbGQ3o2dmxncWdWTEU

Travis
08-21-2017, 07:56 PM
Updated with results from events 5 & 6.

Updated with Pax and Class points - probably FUBAR at this point.
The files are called "membership*" you'll figure it out.

Please check the following:
-Val's points went in to the right class for each event? He drives so many different cars that he has the unique honour of having 2 regional entries in the membership list. What class are you in this year, Val? I'm going to delete the other one.
-people's class is right?
-people's car description is right?
-missing regional entries?

buurin
08-22-2017, 12:23 AM
I now have a crude script that the beams can talk to; the protocol save for one quirk is as documented. Next is figure out how to drive the screen and Live Results. By the way, I can't get Live Results (I downloaded straight from axtime) to run properly on my Linux laptop.

And apparently the $700 Axtime software wants to take beam data and drive the screens all from one serial port. For that a custom splitter is required, although it's not hard to rig up. Still, takes points away from Axtime.

And I'm (and Murray?) not the only one who toyed with the idea of rolling our own timing software. Some clubs in the States did this too and from my googling even willing to give it away, but those mentions are from a few years ago and no longer current.

sjd
08-22-2017, 01:31 AM
Updated with results from events 5 & 6.

Updated with Pax and Class points - probably FUBAR at this point.
The files are called "membership*" you'll figure it out.

Please check the following:
-Val's points went in to the right class for each event? He drives so many different cars that he has the unique honour of having 2 regional entries in the membership list. What class are you in this year, Val? I'm going to delete the other one.
-people's class is right?
-people's car description is right?
-missing regional entries?

Both Keegan and I series registered this year and we are both missing.

Snizzoop
08-22-2017, 09:19 AM
Also series registered and not showing.

suzukablue
08-22-2017, 11:39 AM
And I'm (and Murray?) not the only one who toyed with the idea of rolling our own timing software. Some clubs in the States did this too and from my googling even willing to give it away, but those mentions are from a few years ago and no longer current.

Posting for Murray, he's waiting for someone to approve his request to join the forum:

My software is working, fully supported, and currently in use by at least a dozen clubs. Pleasse sign up to the SASC forum (http://forums.sascsolo.com/index.php?topic=57.0) if you want to discuss the software and/or hardware.

Or look me up on Facebook (Murray Peterson).

Ziploc
08-22-2017, 04:30 PM
Oh. I thought that overall pax points counted toward overall regardless of class. Is that not the case?

Snizzoop
08-22-2017, 04:52 PM
Oh. I thought that overall pax points counted toward overall regardless of class. Is that not the case?

It should.

notthesnail
08-22-2017, 05:41 PM
Also series registered and not showing.

Same here.

Lynam55
08-22-2017, 08:06 PM
Weird no matter what I try I can't find this "membership" with this year's overall results. :o

Daniel
08-22-2017, 10:00 PM
I'm in there and everything looks alright (I think) except for event 3. I'm missing my third run, which I'm pretty sure was my best. No idea what the time was though.

Interesting season!

"Congrats to __________ for the 2017 overall win...um...best we can tell." Yikes! lol

buurin
08-22-2017, 10:15 PM
Posting for Murray, he's waiting for someone to approve his request to join the forum:

My software is working, fully supported, and currently in use by at least a dozen clubs. Pleasse sign up to the SASC forum (http://forums.sascsolo.com/index.php?topic=57.0) if you want to discuss the software and/or hardware.

Or look me up on Facebook (Murray Peterson).

And interesting too. I played with it and put my findings in a new thread instead of clogging up this one. So that leaves the question, who should lead the conversation?

Weird no matter what I try I can't find this "membership" with this year's overall results. :o
It is among the bunch of files in the folder Travis posted, with "membership" in the file's name. :)

I'm in there and everything looks alright (I think) except for event 3. I'm missing my third run, which I'm pretty sure was my best. No idea what the time was though.

Interesting season!

"Congrats to __________ for the 2017 overall win...um...best we can tell." Yikes! lol

You ran a red BRZ under your own regional number? If I saw the records correct, your third run was not the fastest and something was off. I'll double check with Travis.

Daniel
08-23-2017, 12:09 AM
You ran a red BRZ under your own regional number? If I saw the records correct, your third run was not the fastest and something was off. I'll double check with Travis.

I registered to run Martyn's blue brz but switched to sjd's mx5 (STR) before the event. #94, yes. I'm fairly certain I posted a good, clean run that day. That day is a blur...

buurin
08-23-2017, 12:15 AM
I registered to run Martyn's blue brz but switched to sjd's mx5 (STR) before the event. #94, yes. I'm fairly certain I posted a good, clean run that day. That day is a blur...

And the plot thickens even more... :eek:

Lynam55
08-23-2017, 12:21 AM
I added Murray to facebook.
I am seeing the posts on your forum with massive frustration, since getting registered there seems to be impossible. I saw Buurin's latest post, and there are definitely things there that are wrong (or confused). e.g. display digits can be reversed via config. e.g. superclasses are supported. e.g. there are html conversion scripts (crude ones though). e.g. Points ranking is via percentage on PAX or RAW depending on which scoring you choose. My email (PM me for email)so feel free to email me (and other interested parties for a conversation about the timing stuff.

BTW, I don't charge for anything anymore. Mods are made at my discretion, since it would be madness and chaos if I did everything people asked for. It is reasonably capable though -- the last 4 Canadian National Championships held in the west have been using my software.

buurin
08-23-2017, 01:19 AM
I added Murray to facebook.
I am seeing the posts on your forum with massive frustration, since getting registered there seems to be impossible. I saw Buurin's latest post, and there are definitely things there that are wrong (or confused). e.g. display digits can be reversed via config. e.g. superclasses are supported. e.g. there are html conversion scripts (crude ones though). e.g. Points ranking is via percentage on PAX or RAW depending on which scoring you choose. My email is @, so feel free to email me (and other interested parties for a conversation about the timing stuff.

BTW, I don't charge for anything anymore. Mods are made at my discretion, since it would be madness and chaos if I did everything people asked for. It is reasonably capable though -- the last 4 Canadian National Championships held in the west have been using my software.

Jamie did Murray say these via facebook?

Well, I knew there was an update within the past couple weeks and that's what I tested with. But I haven't seen a config setting that relate to reversing display digits etc. Maybe there's not enough documentation in the package itself, but Murray is obviously eager to talk to us directly.

Having said that, I have all the info I need to do so, short of an official mandate. If Bruce or Travis feel that he should lead the conversation, I'm happy to pass on any info needed that aren't already on here.

On the bright side though, I think the region will not have to spend the $700 (Axtime asks). ;)

Lynam55
08-23-2017, 08:36 AM
Yes he is on facebook messenger. Could you please edit your qoute and remove hes email adress. Thanks.

Search for him on facebook.

13inches
08-23-2017, 08:44 AM
I suggest someone posting here if you want to get his account approved:

http://www.casc.on.ca/forums/showthread.php?t=27261

Lynam55
08-23-2017, 08:10 PM
Both Keegan and I series registered this year and we are both missing.
Got google drive to refresh finally.
I am also missing.....:confused:

buurin
08-24-2017, 07:36 PM
Yes he is on facebook messenger. Could you please edit your qoute and remove hes email adress. Thanks.

Search for him on facebook.

Could you (or Dina) find out the id Murray registered under and post to the activation help thread? Thanks

Seeing Murray's message in response to my post, I dug deeper into the program and found solutions for much of the issues I noted. If we get a workshop at the AGM (last year we didn't :o ), I'm comfortable proposing there its adoption, after additional scripting work.

Snizzoop
08-31-2017, 11:54 AM
Just calculated and added my results up.

Event Class Overall
1 98.77 95.54
2 96.68 95.21
3 100 95.24
5 100 95.07
6 100 95.67
Total 495.45 476.73

Travis
09-03-2017, 07:09 PM
Updated for event 7, including series points.

Let me know if you see any errors.

Ziploc
09-04-2017, 01:41 PM
Thanks Travis!

EDIT: I see an error with the class points. I was in Street Touring for Event 3. So my points should not count for the Street class points.

Jamie says he series registered as well.

Lynam55
09-04-2017, 02:10 PM
I want points also! :p

13inches
09-04-2017, 02:47 PM
Thanks for getting the results up so quickly Travis.

Travis
09-04-2017, 05:40 PM
Val, looks like you were in a Civic for event 4? That means you'll only have 4 events in S since event 3 was ST, and 4 was the civic.

I've updated a whole bunch of registration classes. Hopefully things are correct now. For example, Gary is now registered in his Miata instead of last year's car.

I gave the points files fancy names too instead of the excrement that axware generates. You'll find them at the top.

as always:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7NE_qZZ8GopY1M5ZllTU0VIWmc (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7NE_qZZ8GopY1M5ZllTU0VIWmc)

Ziploc
09-04-2017, 07:05 PM
I was in street for event 2 in a S2000. I had a number in the 30s due to codriving and not having my magnets.

Sorry!

notthesnail
09-05-2017, 06:40 PM
Also, isn't it best 5 events? Shouldn't the totals with drops be closer to 500 for people with at least 5 events in?

Or is it just dropping the three lowest values and will self-correct when there's 8 events completed?

Travis
09-05-2017, 06:51 PM
Also, isn't it best 5 events? Shouldn't the totals with drops be closer to 500 for people with at least 5 events in?

Or is it just dropping the three lowest values and will self-correct when there's 8 events completed?

Yes you're right, and that might give a better perspective of how the season will end up. The advantage of the current setup is that it's easier to calculate theoretical winner if somebody happens to get 100 pts.

The real reason these results are the way they are is because that's just the default for axware (you configure how many events & drops rather than events & events used). I can switch it up if that's what people like. I could even offer both - it's easy to change that temporarily to print results. There's also a toggle option called "drops effective during season" that I haven't figured out yet (it doesn't work like I think it would).

jimmyp
09-06-2017, 10:32 AM
I'm not showing up for the results. Would be under number #117 or #217.

Travis
09-06-2017, 10:37 AM
Jimmy, missing from which event(s)?

Cliff96
09-06-2017, 11:35 AM
There's also a toggle option called "drops effective during season" that I haven't figured out yet (it doesn't work like I think it would).
Yea, that option doesn't work - never figured out what it was actually doing.

I remember changing the # of drops after each event so the year end reports would be generated correctly (and give a better idea on where people would end up at the end of the year.)

Ziploc
09-06-2017, 04:06 PM
I got this message on another forum.

Hey Val,

It is Adam, in the white S2000. For some reason admins on CASC have not approved my registration yet on the forum so I cannot post there. THis is my username there as well. I looked at the updated Regional CASC numbers and now I am missing 4 events from that listing myself but I cannot post in that group to correct that.

Could you post that for me? I was car number 145 for most of the events. It is pretty messed up now. Or find some way for me to get approved on that forum to post? What a pain in the butt.

Thanks,
Adam Sullo

Travis
09-07-2017, 07:36 PM
The registration list I have lists Adam as 143, so I'm updating him to that number for all his events. He'll show up in the next points update I do.

Lynam55
09-07-2017, 07:40 PM
I got this message on another forum.

PM me He's username. Ill try and get it approved.

27/WOSCA
09-07-2017, 10:38 PM
Just sent you a PM with his username. Thanks for your help, it is much appreciated!

Cagare
09-12-2017, 02:55 PM
I got this message on another forum.

Well I am approved. Wasn't expect that to be copied verbatim.

Thanks for introducing me to the other forum. Been enjoying it. Although it has me considering changing cars next year.

13inches
09-12-2017, 03:48 PM
Well I am approved. Wasn't expect that to be copied verbatim.

Thanks for introducing me to the other forum. Been enjoying it. Although it has me considering changing cars next year.

Skittles or cupcakes?

Cagare
09-12-2017, 04:12 PM
Skittles or cupcakes?

I forget now. Both?

Lynam55
09-16-2017, 05:04 PM
Well I am approved. Wasn't expect that to be copied verbatim.

Thanks for introducing me to the other forum. Been enjoying it. Although it has me considering changing cars next year.

I sent a PM to the right person.

What car did you have in mind?

Cagare
09-16-2017, 10:52 PM
I sent a PM to the right person.

What car did you have in mind?

C5 Z06. I have been realizing how uncompetitive the s2000 is in BS now.

Maikeru
10-02-2017, 09:43 AM
Hope I'm not too late for this, but I'm not shown in the standings either.

Registered as #90 - Michael Bayley - in SSP.
Been to all of the events except #7.

Thanks to everyone for a great series!!!

Mike

Travis
10-05-2017, 09:47 PM
Event 8 results are up, as well as season points.

Congrats to Val for winning the Championship!

Let me know about errors you find since all points for all events have been recalculated.

Daniel
10-07-2017, 12:15 PM
Congrats to Val for winning the Championship!


Congrats, Val!

rustysteel
10-07-2017, 09:02 PM
Great job Val!

Ziploc
10-10-2017, 11:56 AM
Lots of people to thank for this. And because of that, I also have to give props Travis for dealing with all the scoring issues that resulted from people lending me cars.

Win or lose. I always have lots of fun at CASC regional events. Thanks to all the hosting clubs!

Cagare
10-11-2017, 11:04 AM
Lots of people to thank for this. And because of that, I also have to give props Travis for dealing with all the scoring issues that resulted from people lending me cars.

Win or lose. I always have lots of fun at CASC regional events. Thanks to all the hosting clubs!

Well said, now for next year, keep driving slow S2Ks.

Also, Congrats!

TOYSRUS
10-12-2017, 02:24 PM
Congrats Val!! Looking forward to seeing you use all that talent at some SCCA events next year!