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Sebring Time Trial entry list for June 4-5, 2016

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We only have 2 weeks left until the next Sebring event! Which means you have 1 week to order parts and 1 weekend to install them.

 

This is the list of drivers and cars who have registered for the Time Trial classes for the upcoming event at Sebring International Raceway on June 4-5, 2016. Regardless of which class you selected when you registered online, this thread shall serve as the OFFICIAL list (based on corrected classification forms, car swaps, class changes for contingency, late/missing classification forms, driver requests, etc.). If you haven't yet, be sure to register soon to avoid late registration fees.

 

Please note that I need to receive your complete and correct 2016 TT classification forms no later than 5:00 pm on Tuesday, May 31, 2016 in order for you to be placed in your proper class. Otherwise, you will be classed in TTU. Changes made after this date/time will need to be made at the track, and additional fees will apply.

 

Here is a link to the public Google Drive directory, where all classification forms are stored. Please check this to ensure that your forms are correct, as these are the ones that will be used for this event.

 

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B73wHMd-IvZIckZ1WjktS2FmUzQ&usp=sharing

 

Drivers listed in red below need to submit TT classification forms, etc. by the deadline, or else they will be classed in TTU for the event. These drivers have registered for a class other than TTU.

 

Also, I would like to thank our TT awards sponsors, MAD Motorsports! Thank you for your continued support!

 

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https://www.madmotorsports.com/

 

 

SATURDAY, June 4

 

TTU

1. Andrew Charbonneau (2005 Ford Mustang)

2. Scott Knott (NASCAR Dodge Charger)

3. Ian Stewart (2006 Honda Civic Si)

 

TT1

1. Reg Dodd (Backdraft RT3)

 

TT3

1. Shandelle Leonard (1989 Mazda Miata)

2. Chris Tuttell (2006 Honda S2000)

 

TTB

1. Nick Bernardo (2007 Honda S2000)

 

TTC

1. Todd Kaley (2005 Honda S2000)

2. Nicholas Sellier (2001 Honda S2000)

 

TTD

1. Joshua Feingold (1999 Mazda Miata) see classification forms for Victor Leo

2. Rajiv Jham (2002 BMW 330i) TT evaluation day 2

3. Peter Lier (2006 Honda Civic Si)

4. Mark McKay (2004 Ford Mustang GT)

 

TTE

1. Mario Kuan (2001 Mazda Miata)

2. Brad Wagner (1993 BMW 325i)

 

 

SUNDAY, June 5

 

TTU

1. Andrew Charbonneau (2005 Ford Mustang)

2. Scott Knott (NASCAR Dodge Charger)

3. Ian Stewart (2006 Honda Civic Si)

 

TT1

1. Reg Dodd (Backdraft RT3)

 

TT3

1. Shandelle Leonard (1989 Mazda Miata)

2. Chris Tuttell (2006 Honda S2000)

 

TTB

1. Nick Bernardo (2007 Honda S2000)

 

TTC

1. Todd Kaley (2005 Honda S2000)

2. Nicholas Sellier (2001 Honda S2000)

 

TTD

1. Joshua Feingold (1999 Mazda Miata) see classification forms for Victor Leo

2. Rajiv Jham (2002 BMW 330i)

3. Peter Lier (2006 Honda Civic Si)

4. Mark McKay (2004 Ford Mustang GT)

 

TTE

1. Mario Kuan (2001 Mazda Miata)

2. Brad Wagner (1993 BMW 325i)

 

This list will be updated regularly as drivers register and as contingency shenanigans take place. But, at 5:00 pm on May 31, it's "pencils down" for changing classes without a trackside fee.

 

See you soon!

Mark

 

last edited 05 31 2016 at 5:00 pm

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TWI

It would be great if every region posted a similar TT roster for both class/contingency management reasons as well as for pulling people off the fence who might register if they knew there was enough or close to enough for a class.

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TurboShortBus
It would be great if every region posted a similar TT roster for both class/contingency management reasons as well as for pulling people off the fence who might register if they knew there was enough or close to enough for a class.

Hey, Tal!

 

Agreed; the forum method gives us a place to post comments, questions, etc. and have further discussions as a group, which is sometimes helpful (like now). Strangely, though, this group has been pretty quiet for the last year or so.

 

Our region posts a general registration list that is updated frequently. So, my forum list is a bit redundant, although it serves other purposes, as you mentioned.

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-TIpryNChwsUcxuE7YWTyED53THgQ9ZvzzEa-UHGtG4/pubhtml

 

Also, the general registration list only shows which class each person registered for. The forum list reflects the classification forms that I have on file.

 

All of this can become a sizable effort in regions with much higher driver counts, though (such as yours). The most TT drivers we have ever had in a single day was 32 last June at Sebring, while that seems to be an average number for NASA SE TT turnout at most events. We tend to average in the high teens or low 20s at most events.

 

Mark

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