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Last Post 30 Apr 2013 09:26 AM by  fastmike
Dover Champ Tour PAX/RTP Index Results
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rtp.rick
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29 Apr 2013 07:29 AM

    Attached are PDFs of the PAX/RTP Index Results from the Dover Championship Tour (Atlantic CHampionship).  Note that the PDFs' titles all run together.  Just click on the name of the PDF you want to view: "Final", "Saturday" or "Sunday".  Also note that the "Class Pos." column indicates Final Class Position.  This time I did use the .975 Street Tire Multiplier for the Road Tire classes.

    H's & K's,
    Rick Ruth

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    flohtingPoint
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    29 Apr 2013 09:21 AM

    Thank you much Rick.

    Huge congrats to my co-driver for two in a row top index.  Also thanks to whoever put SS in first heat, so they could clean the course for us =P  The cars in the first heat looked like Pig-Pen from Charlie Brown with huge dust clouds following them.  I cant imagine how hard it was to drive through all that.

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    29 Apr 2013 09:39 AM
    Thanks for the doing the .975 thing RR!
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    29 Apr 2013 11:57 AM
    Didn't realize Slevin was actually top pax on Sat (FS car that ran in ESP).....
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    29 Apr 2013 05:16 PM
    Thanks, Rick! As an RTR driver, I appreciate the .975, too
    blacksnshn
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    30 Apr 2013 07:33 AM
    Now... If they would only use the 0.975 factor at our local level we RT guys might actually be able to compete for FTP.
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    30 Apr 2013 08:33 AM
    Except that it really makes no sense for it to be the same number across the board. The impact of street tires is not the same between a fwd, awd, and rwd chassis and then there are variations within those groupings. The details are why a generic index doesn't really work, but nobody is any more interested in that detail than any of the others .... so cheers for the person who provides the warm fuzzy feeling and boos for the guy who points out that it doesn't compute :-p
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    30 Apr 2013 09:26 AM
    Which class needs more than a .975? Which needs less?
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