|Posted by Charlie Parker at 10:02 PM on Jul 04, 2012||Post #1|
A special thanks to Eduardo Lorente for helping me to get this going. Without his knowledge, experience and patience to talk with me on TS, I wouldn’t be where I am now. Thank you so much Ed! I owe you big time.
Also thanks to Mike Bush for his help posting links that I still don’t know how to do. He also helped me decide on the track choices too. So if you don’t like them, talk to Mike. :-D
I’m still trying to figure out how to post the Team-K banner for the title sponsorship. So if anyone here knows how, let me know!
|Posted by Tom Moseley at 02:08 PM on Jul 05, 2012||Post #2|
The banner must be 468x60.
On the LP Motorsports page, select LP MOTORSPORTS link.
Next to the title you will see Manage and Edit Page buttons.
Select Edit Page.
From the Edit page you will see 3 tab options, select the Banner tab.
Select the browse button then navigate to your banner.
I hope this helps.
|Posted by Jim Eagan at 02:18 PM on Jul 05, 2012||Post #3|
I think a round of thanks should also go to Tom for spearheading the charge to bring iRacing to Race2Play. I know he had his struggles getting participation (which I had a small part in; I was never able to get a handle on that Cup car), but it was a big step forward for those of us who like iRacing and the sense of community we have here at Race2Play.
I hereby raise my coffee cup to Mr. Moseley.
|Posted by Eduardo Lorente at 02:42 PM on Jul 05, 2012||Post #4|
Thanks for getting it approved Tom!
|Posted by Charlie Parker at 02:50 PM on Jul 05, 2012||Post #5|
If not for Tom, this would not be possible. A true pioneer in the R2P community. Thanks again Tom!
|Posted by Andrew Beranek at 03:49 PM on Jul 05, 2012||Post #6|
Well done, Tom. Wish I had a chance to run some races with the new series, but I just had no time. Getting back to racing after a long break now :)
And thanks to Ed and Charlie for getting this series off the ground. Pretty soon Charlie will be the expert on all things iRacing/R2P ;)