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    RTWR2018 Race Administration

    Good Morning,


    The Race Administration for 2018 has been posted. You may find it here:


    https://www.fsrtwrace.com/pdf/2018 R...00 Release.pdf


    Please note we need 3 volunteers for each team to be on the Racing Committee this year. Please let us know who those will be.


    Thank you


    Executive Committee

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    Quote Originally Posted by epwatson View Post
    Please note we need 3 volunteers for each team to be on the Racing Committee this year. Please let us know who those will be.
    I'm available for all of the first day and at least half of the second, so sign me up.

    Thanks for the heads-up on the special rules being posted.
    Martin (FS RTW Race pilot 2009-17)
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    You can put me down for a spot.

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    You can put me down for a spot also.


    Cheers
    Pat


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    Pat, Kevin, and Martin - thanks for volunteering for this race admin slots for this year's race. With the rules getting bigger, more complicated, and more confusing over the years, this job has steadily gained in importance, especially as the pilot roster has, during the same time period, steadily declined. I know I'm no better at interpreting the rules than anyone else, but don't hesitate to ask any questions of anyone on this team, for that's what we are, a Sim-Outhouse Team.
    - Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by PRB View Post
    Pat, Kevin, and Martin - thanks for volunteering for this race admin slots for this year's race. With the rules getting bigger, more complicated, and more confusing over the years, this job has steadily gained in importance, especially as the pilot roster has, during the same time period, steadily declined. I know I'm no better at interpreting the rules than anyone else, but don't hesitate to ask any questions of anyone on this team, for that's what we are, a Sim-Outhouse Team.
    Paul, if you have any ideas on how to make things easier, we are open to suggestions. We would love to have this race continue on if there is demand for it.

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    The rules are fine. The complexity has actually come down a bit over the past couple years, so that's good to see.
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