Andy Blackmore Design has released the official IMSA Sebring 12 hour spotter guide.
Download it as a companion for watching the race. I always rely on these guides when marshaling.
The spotter guide for the WEC 6 hours of the Circuit of the Americas is now live on the FIA WEC web site, and could be downloaded free of charge from this link: http://www.fiawec.com/wpphpFichiers/1/1/ressources/Spotter_Guide/2015/Spotter_Guide_WEC_COTA.pdf
As it turns out this is not an Andy Blackmore Design creation, which is weird. I’ve been a huge fan of Andy Blackmore since day one of my volunteering in Motorsports and have build quite a collection of his printed spotter guides that I’ve saved as keepsakes from various events I worked around the world. Apparently Andy has got competition now. Who’s designing WEC official guides? Does it really matter? Competition is good!
I will post an update once Andy’s version becomes available, along with his official IMSA spotter guide when it is released in the next few days. In the meantime, enjoy the “official” version from the FIA WEC.
Andy Blackmore Design has released his version of the unofficial WEC spotter guide and the official IMSA spotter guide fro the COTA event:
Download the WEC version here: http://www.spotterguides.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/15_WEC_cota_v1.pdf
Download the IMSA version here: http://www.spotterguides.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/SG_COTA15_V1.pdf
See all of Andy’s work on SpotterGuides.com
Now besides the obvious: cars facing the opposite direction, can anyone tell the difference between the two versions of the spotter guides?