I think 5 per team would make for a more fun and enjoyable experience personally. To do it with 3 is possible, but all drivers need to be available for the whole race for it to work, and some time will be inevitably spent driving alone.
I agree 5 drivers per team is better than 3, but how are the stints going to work with regard of the fair share rule?
You don't have to worry about the fair share rule. I know with 4 drivers the minimum amount is 1.5h that each driver has to drive to not get a DQ. With 5 it's even less. About the stints, well that's on the team. With fuel saving you have to cover 23 or 22 stints. Not 100% sure at the moment.I agree 5 drivers per team is better than 3, but how are the stints going to work with regard of the fair share rule?
I'm on all weekend
I have all of them apart from HPD but im happy for what ever happensWell I am ok with this but limited as to what car i have. (I only have the porsche)
Although I am happy to stay as a 3 aswell.
Well, that's the reason why we would like to talk to everyone. Not happy your pulling out straight away although we have not decided anything yet ...Although I can understand the reasons for splitting up the teams I’m not a big fan tbh. Seeing that the majority agrees on doing it I’m pulling out of this one. Makes splitting up. also more easy.
Thanks for the invitation @grobi0815 !
I think that's pretty much when the Indy 500 starts, so I might not be able to be here. It might rain though, in which case they won't start then.
ok, meeting is directly after F1Afterwards is hard to say when that is, especially if the weather delays it. Personally I'd be available at all times between F1 and Indy.