I got clocked at 61 in a posted 45 mph "Safety Corridor" along Hwy. 26 between Sandy and Gov't Camp (MP 41). The friendly OSP Officer Worthy checked the "VBR" (Violation of Basic Rule) box, saying I was going too fast for conditions, rather than the "Posted Limit" or "Hwy Wk Zn" boxes. I would not contest the speed, but I do take exception to it being too fast for conditions (sunny, straight road, very light traffic, no lane or shoulder closure). He also noted "Safety Corridor $x2" and $206 under base fine. I'm not sure whether they expect me to pay $206 or $412. I'm not too keen to appear in the Oregon City Circuit Court, unless it's going to save me quite a bit of money on the ticket or insurance. I normally just chalk it up to road tax. What strategy would you recommend?