I am kind of back. I went through all the messages you posted here and in the old thread. I am really sorry that I pulled a Duke Nukem here.
First of all, huge thanks to Koldskaal / Christian and Spacehead3 / Max. They have saved the championship. Not only with motivating me once again but by also providing their time, help and even tools. Without them, there would still be no new championship. Here and there, as they are now staff members, they could potentially have some sort of theoretical advantages. I will always minimize this as far as possible and I do understand that if they win every race that there will be doubts but the reality is that without them, there would be no MVRC 2022.
I think the last main items to really get started are a new release of MFlow and a the calendar. I would not advise using older versions, as some things will simply not fit, as the MVRC templates used some hard coded dimensions and the cars are now much bigger. There is a good chance that I will release this new version tomorrow evening. It will not be very well tested though. As you have seen with the iterations of the CAD parts, I cannot keep things as good as I used to so you guys have to test more and report back.
I am not sure with the calendar yet. I do want to give you enough time to develop with CFD but we do have to get started at some point. Some of you have build their own CAD parts the last years and have been testing for a while with their own tools. I cannot believe that two additional weeks will help catch up the these people, if this did indeed lead to valuable data.
Realistically I will still be pretty busy with my other projects, so I will not be around here very often. One of Christian's new jobs is to keep an eye on this forum, so he will be the guy to talk to.
The CAD parts now contain stl files. They are not tested with CFD though!