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Still here, still alive :-)

likewise its good to have you back. looking forward to what the next generation of the software brings

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Everything about RM software.

v3.0 talk

Or he could farm out the coding to cheap labor and just handle project management and QA. You can hire good overseas coders for $12-25/hr.

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All things RM Live

"No Runs Yet"

Wonder if our buddies over at Microsoft has done something to make our systems more secure...... This lack of capability seems to coincide we some pretty large upgrades that occurred last month.

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Everything hardware; timing hardware, networking gear, computers

Wireless results with a Macbook Pro?

In Ottawa, we bought a videotron data point for $200 and get a monthly plan for May and cancel it at the start of September.

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Be sure to search the forum before submitting :-)

Getting Annoying.....

@MarcGSR Ditto. It works great as-is for the clubs I work with (barring the recent online runs missing).

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A place to talk about whateeeever you want

LOST OUR AUTOCROSS SITE - oh crap now what

Aaaaaaand, our local community college turned us down, despite the fact that 2 of their faculty - 1 of them the head of their automotive department - autocross with us regularly. In fact, the department head drives a '65 Valiant that the students built for autocross, and it has prominent college logos on it for great advertising. But NOPE.

Starting to feel like the kid who can't get a date for the prom.

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Cone Counter '??' Station

Does ignoring the '??' and not selecting a station make any difference @chris? i.e. syncing penalties, etc.

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Blog posts from individual members

Training Docs

Our team really appreciated these! Thank you again!

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How to do stuff

Our Classing System

Last year, our club adopted an MCO based 'mod points' system and it was our most successful year yet!

We had the same concerns from our members that SCCA classing didn't suit our needs due to smaller club size and smaller lots. We get between 20-35 drivers per event and wanted something easy to use and understand..... Enter the MCO system!

Their system uses 5 pre-dertermined base classes - your car's SCCA Street class will determine what MCO base class you start in. Then from there, as you mod your vehicle, modification points are accrued. Every 15 points gets you bumped up a class.

What we did to modify the system for our club was:

We determined which SCCA Street classes would fall into 3 Thunder Bay Autosport Club base classes. We had to account for MCO having 5 classes. We felt our club numbers could support only 3 classes at this time. We crunched numbers and determined that a 3 class/25 point bump would keep the same ratio as MCO's 5 class/15 point bump. The number of points assigned to each mod on MCO's car classing sheet was kept relatively the same. With us having only 3 classes to advance through vs their 5, this allows our drivers extra room to mod their vehicle before being bumped up a class and stops you from reaching the top class (A class) too quickly. Finally, we determined which mods on MCO's classing work sheet were our system's deal breakers and gave the largest competitive advantage (tires & weigh reduction) and upped those points according to the same ratio as MCO (ie. assigning our full 25 mod points to sticky tires so this mod initiates an automatic jump and forces you up a class).

View our system here:

I recommend giving the MCO system a look, it's fun, fair, simple and new-user-friendly. If you have any questions, Naresh has been a great help while we figured our system out and of course I am also happy to answer any questions if able.

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