How did they handle the driver meetings? In order to keep social distancing protocols in place on track day, the last few events I've attended had virtual drivers meetings on Zoom a few nights before. The concept is great, however I think the first timers and greener novices miss out on some of the critical information, leading to some really sketchy beginner groups. Not a big deal as I usually run intermediate, however car count was low enough at the last event they ran two groups, combining beginner/intermediate. I quickly asked to move into advanced!Today (Sunday 5/24) wasn’t as hot as predicted. It was 85 + or - with a nice breeze. Met @Vadim and his daughter today, nice to meet you guys. I had a good day although a lot of black flags thrown and it seemed like a lot of people forgot how to drive and have track etiquette. but maybe they forgot after a 3 month time out from track guys doing the Monday event have a good time.
After the 4th session she started to non stop begging me to sign her up for another Thunderhill, so I finally gave up and signed her for up for 06/19. If anyone is going, see you there (look for convertible #8).