With the length of the race, and the track itself, and the issues encountered at the hock, I think this needs to be a serious discussion for the race on Wednesday. Obviously chatter needs to be kept to the care minimum during the race, so Michael can hear when cautions are called, and so the rest of us can hear Michael's instructions, etc. (He's the organizer so I think he should be the voice of the grid). My thoughts for Le Mans. No wave arounds for lapped cars as the track is just way too long. Run the 3 safety car zones like IRL. ^this all depends on how spread out the field is, but if a caution is called, the race leader will obviously be the main safety car. -The leader will call out what timing sector (1,2,3) he is about to enter if at the end of sector 2 for instance, and everyone in that sector will form on the leader. -Lets say Have is in S1 as the leader, and i;m in S2 (way behind the pack), and a caution emerges, everyone behind me and in front of the leader will form on me (assuming i'm the lead car in that sector). -When the situation clears, Michael calls green, and we go back to racing. This may be difficult to judge who the lead car in each sector will be. But if once Michael confirms the caution, and everyone slows down to 70mph/112kph, we can determine who the other safety cars will be and form on them.