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Posted: Dec 3, 2020 @ 10:00 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 12:30 pm GMT-0600
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It’s finally here. Back in April, 2007 I was sent on a plane to Long Beach, California and helped scan this race track. I flew back on the tenth because it was my wedding the following day. It’s strange to me that it took this long for something to be completed, because it seems like it was a lifetime ago… I’ve gotten married (obviously), had two kids, adopted a kid, bought a house and run my way through four road cars since then!

It’s always fun to see a track you have helped survey get produced in this way though. During the survey process the track and many minute little details get embedded in your memory. Watching this trailer back I can tell you I literally remember walking ontop of some of the bridges, taking photos of the buildings, and being shocked at just how banked the start/finish straight was… It truly looks to me like they’ve NAILED it.

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