<VV> Cones

Louis Armer carmerjr at mindspring.com
Wed Jul 7 13:08:10 EDT 2010

Thanks Seth. Green would be a great color choice to separate the 
course directions from the "Purple Haze" of  competition !!! <GGG>

Chuck Armer
At 12:56 PM 7/7/2010, you wrote:
>In a message dated 7/7/2010 9:11:55 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
>carmerjr at mindspring.com writes:
>Once  again I will offer the option on cone usage that if we are to
>buy our own  CORSA cones that we do as Seth as told me that California
>SCCA uses  different colored cones to indicate the gates of the course
>from the  "normal" barrier and warning cones. If different colored
>cones are too  expensive then CORSA could spray paint gate cones and
>accomplish a more  user friendly course for it's autocross
>The simplest, most effective use of color that I have seen has been the
>placement of Green cones in corner apex locations. Of course, it is only the
>opinion of the course designer that this cone represents the corner apex,
>but it  is just a guide after all. All cones still count the same anyway.  If
>a  true "gate" is used, both sides could be color coded. You might need no
>more than a dozen or so "special" cones, depending on the course layout.
>Seth  Emerson
>C's the Day! - Corvair, Camaro, Corvette
>San Jose,  CA
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