If taking my car is going to pose a problem, then I will step aside and not go. I certainly don't want anyone getting mad at me for something that is out of my control. I thought my build thread was pretty open and not secretive. I actually know that if anyone hangs out with my team for a weekend can usually get all the info they will ever need about my car. Its not like I drive an F1 car and big $$$ are at stake. I want to know how to make my car better, and this would give me insight into achieving that. When I am at the track racing, other teams will approach and ask my crew questions like, "What pressures does he go out on, How is he set up, camber, toe, All the things that have taken me years to figure out. If anyone looks at my thread they can see that the only time I cant answer a question is when its concerning these certain items. I also know that if we go, I will look to other members who have more experience with Z's in the tunnel. If we were taking Vette's I could offer my experience and be more helpful. I know what works for me behind the wheel under pretty high speed conditions. I think my experience with that is worth something. I also think that I am fairly well suited to try and implement some items that are harvested from the tunnel sessions and apply them to really making the car a better road race car. All of which translates down to anyone's daily driver or track car.
We can share results from our sessions as a whole. In other words, share it as a group session. We found that this works and this doesn't, not "well on Matts car this is what we did......".
Personally, I think between the group that Mike has mentioned, we have enough to test and get some real data that would be worth our time and money. I also do not mind going with a few members and their cars, paying for the sessions between the few of us and not sharing anything we find. I thought this was going to be fun and enjoyable?
Let me know what I can do and what I can contribute...........