Sorry Nizam - didn't see your post until this morning.
I did take a few pics during Ron's presentation. It was just great - Ron is a resource beyond belief. He presented, explained, and answered questions regarding our cars, suspension setup, handling, driving, racing, the Nurburgring (obviously), his race school, etc. Since he and JJ stayed at the house for 3 days, he also got a chance to drive my 3.2 with RSR suspension and provided some feedback on suspension tuning to further increase traction. Unfortunately, Roxanne wasn't drivable, or I'm sure he could have given me a few pointers there as well. Besides being super knowledgable, he is also a great guy - it was a blast.
Martin put solid science behind brake performance. It was very educational as he explained about brake fluids, pads, rotors, dimensioning of brake systems, how the suspension and brakes need to work together etc. He also answered questions and provided pointers to solving specific issues.
A big thank you to Ron and Martin!
Too bad it was a week-day, or we could have continued for hours.
BTW, the reason the 3.2 was running rich when JJ fired it up was that the vacuum line for the MAP sensor in the ECU had come off. Consequently, the ECU was providing fuel corresponding to max load
Once reattached it ran as smooth as usual