A huge thank you to these amazing people for helping at our Wodonga track day yesterday. In the pic are 1st apprentice students and teacher Trevor (at the back) from Motorsports Training Australia Tafe and our secretary Jess is on the right 😄 Also a big thank you to camsmotorsport for assisting with the day 👏🏁 alwayslearningthankyou ————————————————————
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Not necessarily the day we were looking for. After a great start and first pit stop, the second driver had a massive brake failure halfway through his stint. Brought the car in, replaced brake pads and tires and I took the car back out for more diagnosis. The car felt awful so back to the garage and more digging. Turns out one of the front calipers had locked so we sourced a replacement set. The car went back out after the repairs, but the ABS and wheel sensors(which may have been the original issue) were still acting up.
The car could still be driven, but we as a team decided to retire. It wasn't worth the extra risk after the time lost in the garage. But the doritos are safe, and will be better than ever at the next race!
Finally finished installing the aemelectronics CD7 in the evormotorsport cluster, HVAC panel and shifter panel. The fitment is about 95% perfect. Just had to trim a little for the armrest area to lay flat. Also needed to notch the steering column cover to clear the CD7 since it needed to be mounted so low to not be obstructed by the steering wheel. It's projects like this that make me question how "racecar" I wanna make this car. I should be stripping all this shit out but I love the look so I keep making compromises. Also the reality is this is just a track day toy, not a classed competition car. My logic is that the plastic stuff I'm replacing weighs nothing anyway so what difference does it really make, right? 😁 Anyways if you have been on the fence about evoR stuff I can say that it does indeed fit well
Headed home after an amazing rally!
Calvin and I both prefer technical roads and Ohio threw down the gauntlet! The stages were smooth, full of hairpin turns, narrow narrow roads, and flowed fast from bend to bend. We spent so much time sideways this weekend as an E30 should! 73 cars started the event, only 45 finished. We earned a 29th place overall. In our class Open 2 wheel drive there were 24 competitors. I'm so proud to say we placed 8th in class!
We had some growing pains in the car with communicating notes as we were setting our fastest pace on stages yet. Calvin worked hard on nailing those slides and had a few close saves.
We can't wait to share the in car video as it should be really exciting to watch.
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자동차를 좋아하는 내가 자동차를 싫어할뻔하게 만들고, 비속어를 전혀 안쓰던 내가 욕을 하게 만들고, 일찍 자는 착한 어린이(?)였던 내가 밤을 새게 만들던 자작차 대회가 드디어 끝났다. 결과가 아쉽지 않다면 거짓말이겠지만 그래도 모두들 최선을 다 했고, 디자인 이벤트 파워트레인 부문에서 역대 최고의 점수를 받았으니 그거면 됐다. 사실 완전히 끝난건 아니고, 8월에 있을 대회를 또 준비해야 한다는걸 생각하면 기분이 안좋지만 그래도 당분간 진짜(?) 휴학 라이프를 즐기려고 한다. 함께한 팀원들 모두 고생 많았습니다! \n