Thanks to everyone for your input and patience. For the sake of clarity, I removed the other thread and replaced it with this one.
As several have noted, what truly matters is the scored time, not the referenced distance. I was making an attempt to find a middle ground between the two for those that don't have, or take, the time to measure the road themselves and adjust accordingly. I was reluctant to republish notes one more time since entry packets were already being mailed out with current notes. That reasoning went out the window as the heat went up on the vat of oil that's cooking the can of worms for Pandora's bento-box. So I've updated all notes to reflect a scored Check 6 time consistent with Check 6 for SSCC 90 mile event. The worms are done; garnish and serve chilled...
All that said, let's talk about the "new super secret handshake measuring device" that was mentioned. While I don't use one for racing (I thoroughly enjoy the challenge of using stopwatch and notes), I do think they're really cool. Same goes for some of the other custom built rally devices people use. To that point, I'm very happy to announce that Tom King has graciously offered to donate one new and improved Silkrip Motorsports MarkII ORR Computer to SSCC. The unit will be awarded at September SSCC Awards Banquet to the "Most Deserving Returning Rookie" from the May NORC. If said Returning Rookie is not interested in running with the Mark II, they may choose to auction the device to highest bidder with 100% of the proceeds going to local charity. I suspect they'll want to keep it .
Thanks again for your support and I look forward to seeing all of you next month!