NARAC

AcronymDefinition
NARACNational Atmospheric Release Advisory Center
NARACNorth American Rheumatoid Arthritis Consortium (Manhasset, NY)
NARACNational Atmospheric Release Advisory Capability
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Raymond Narac had taken off from fifth on the grid and handed the wheel of the IMSA-Performance 911, now fitted with slicks, to Patrick Pilot running eighth after an immaculate stint.
168 For further information on NARAC, see Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, "National Atmospheric Release Advisory Center," https://narac.llnl.gov/.
In the demonstration, the NARAC client (Seattle) will provide input event information to the NARAC facility (LLNL) via conventional Internet, dial-up, or wireless connections.
LINC's approach is to integrate NARAC capabilities with local emergency response centers in a manner that seamlessly connects with appropriate federal agency support for homeland security.
IMSA Performance Matmut's two French drivers, factory pilot Patrick Pilet and team owner Raymond Narac, finished eighth on Saturday and sixth on Sunday in the Porsche 911 GT3 RSR.
Meanwhile in International GT Open, the battle for victory at the sixth race in Belgium's Spa-Francorchamps (24 June) was played out between Porsche works driver Marco Holzer and Manthey pilot Nick Tandy in the 911 GT3 RSR of Manthey Racing against factory pilot driver Patrick Pilet and his compatriot Raymond Narac in a 911 GT3 RSR fielded by IMSA Performance Matmut.
The pair saw the flag 34 seconds ahead of the second-placed Porsche team with works driver Patrick Pilet and his compatriot Raymond Narac. The Frenchmen saw the chequered flag almost half a minute ahead of the third finisher.
With the Porsche 911 GT3 RSR fielded by the IMSA Performance Matmut team, Frenchman Nicolas Armindo, Raymond Narac and Anthony Pons had led the field just a few laps before the flag dropped on the 80th running of the long distance classic in the Sarthe.
For Frenchmen Nicolas Armindo, Raymond Narac and Anthony Pons, the most important race of the year is running to schedule.
Nicolas Armindo, Raymond Narac and Anthony Pons improved their position thanks to a successful chase through the field to now rank fourth with the Porsche 911 GT3 RSR fielded by the IMSA Performance Matmut squad.
Victory in the GTE Am category also went to a Porsche team: Driving for IMSA Performance Matmut, Frenchmen Nicolas Armindo, Raymond Narac and Anthony Pons crossed the finish line as class winners after 139 laps on the demanding tradition-steeped circuit in Belgium.
Porsche supports the commitment of its long-standing partner from Rouen in northern France by dispatching works driver Patrick Pilet who will share the cockpit of the new 911 GT3 RSR with his French compatriot and team boss Raymond Narac. "The competition in the GT Open is unbelievably strong and tough," he says.