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Old June 29th, 2015, 08:38 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by evilzzz View Post
It doesn't work like that - typically you will relay on every lap completion, so your time on track depends on how fast you are, and the shift pattern always need to be a little flexible and staggered.

In my experience a team of 10 is more than enough for speed, and the 5 person limit was good balance of speed & endurance. It slightly irks me that people compare a 6 person endurance team to the old 5 person limit. The difference is an extra 25% increase in rest time between laps - that's not insignificant.
Ok, makes sense. I should have disclosed that I have no experience in the event and probably should have posed it as a question than a statement.
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