Yes, I was VERY worried. The rules of this event are quite strict. And the organizers are kind of, shall we say, "chill" about the whole thing. But the guys took one look at the car, tested the cage for size, poked through the inspection hole and slapped the decal on the car.
Thanks, Thom at Porsche of Huntington and the whole crew a Musante Motorsports.
Not too much happened today, other than tech. Met a bunch of the guys. Got sorted out on procedure. We've got a few more things to do tomorrow including setting back braces, calibrating the Terra Trip -- nothing major. I've got 2 cops that are gonna give me a strip of road about 2km long to help calibrate the TerraTrip, so that should be fun!
Here's a few photos for you to peruse
Here's a shot of our view from the hotel. The hotel used to be a convent. It's spectacularly beautiful.
With all the FUBAR travel from yesterday, I was worried that we'd have a hard time finding Tom with the GT3. Thankfully, the crowd on the otherside of the Police barricade found the car for us.
One of the Unlimited Class Subarus going through Tech Inspection. The crowd LOVES them Subies!
Don't park there! The Policia will move the car for you so you!
The TerraTrip and TerraPhone all wired in, receiving data and ready to go!
The GPS in the PCM is essentially useless. Like, totally useless. But hey, it knows I'm in Mexico!
Always pray for redemption. Never protection.
Prepped and ready to race, the GT3 can take anything. Except that storm!
Be sure to tune in tomorrow when I post the link to the live GPS tracking system for the entire grid of cars!