Sam, thanks for the info. With only one session, sounds like the TT guys get to wait (and wait and wait) for very limited track time during the weekend. No thanks. That sounds exactly like what I got away from after 35 years of drag racing - make a run, then wait forever for your class to come up again. If SCCA is trying to expand the Time Trials participation on a national basis, it should be a showcase class and a regular, integral part of events like the January one at Cresson.
Have you even looked at the schedule, seriously?
TT guys get 80, yes, 80, that’s EIGHTY minutes of track time on Saturday....us racers get 50.....
And for Sunday, TT guys again, get 80, yes, 80, that’s EIGHTY minutes of track time...us racers get 60....so what was the issue again?
Also look at the number of sessions that the TT guys get...the schedule is there for you to see, look it over, you’ll see you get quite a bit of track time. Used to drag race...this is nothing like the hurry up and wait game...club racing does have a whole lot of waiting...especially for the Super Tour...and the runoffs...oh...and then Trans Am as well...time to prep/repair/tweak the cars between testing, qualifying, racing, etc...the TT guys, especially at this event, are getting preferential treatment...and that is A-OK with me!