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Can anyone tell me the layout for Hot Lap timing placement at Infinion? I need to mount my receiver and need to know if I need to aim out driver's left or right?

 

Is there usually a few senders on the wall during NASA races? What are the designated set-up rules, if any?

 

Thanks,

Greg

Pac NW HC Group

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Turfer

Greg, I am betting DL based on the paddock placement.

 

As long as were asking form placement of things, is the sound meter located DL or DR? How is the sound limit enforced?

 

If I normally register a 98/99db here in the NW (meter located in full throttle area, 50 ft from track edge) but shot multiple 102.5's at Laguna during an SFR event in April '05, should I be concerned? For the people who cross back and forth is there any correlation between the tracks and the meters?

 

Rick

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rambler

All very good questions!

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Gumball

"It's a strictly enforced 103 dBA measured 50' from the line. The mic is

located driver's right at the apex of T12."

 

This is the official word. Hope this is helpful.

 

John

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johng

Still trying to firm this up..

Which side of the car do we aim the lap timers?

Is there a dedicated area at the track to place the beacons?

 

Thanks.

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mtm68

hot lap beacon's should be driver's left; beacon placement, is usually right before S/F.

 

 

Marcus

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civicrr

answers above are correct.

 

note that NASA does not bring the Hotlap beacon. there always seems to be one set up by the racers.

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Turfer
hot lap beacon's should be driver's left; beacon placement, is usually right before S/F.

 

 

Marcus

 

Just to be different, is it allowed to place them drivers right under the starters stand?

 

Rick

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rambler
Just to be different, is it allowed to place them drivers right under the starters stand?

 

PLEASE, Please, please!

 

Nash

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johng
hot lap beacon's should be driver's left; beacon placement, is usually right before S/F.

 

 

Marcus

 

Just to be different, is it allowed to place them drivers right under the starters stand?

 

Rick

 

Rick,

If I remember correctly from last year (maybe someone from that area can confirm), the starters stand is drivers left, and the paddock area is also drivers left as you pass start/finish.

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Turfer

Nevermind. I turned it around but it cost me a plastic tie. I was only able to salvage one of the two.

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johng
Nevermind. I turned it around but it cost me a plastic tie. I was only able to salvage one of the two.

 

Yew cheap bastard. I think I wasted 15 trying to mount my display.

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mtm68

Rick,

If I remember correctly from last year (maybe someone from that area can confirm), the starters stand is drivers left, and the paddock area is also drivers left as you pass start/finish.

 

Correct.

Pictures here:

http://images.miller-motorsports.com/Default.asp?fldr=sears082204

Image of starters stand:

http://images.miller-motorsports.com/sears082204/P8210038.JPG

Image of hotlap placement:

http://images.miller-motorsports.com/sears082204/P8210052.JPG

 

Marcus

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