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Old 08-27-2018, 01:17 PM
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That's an awesome time for being stock. driving also
Thank you sir solid times yourself! After seeing your car, I think I actually met you at Laguna a year or so ago, I was driving an old E30 at that point, you had just hit 1:42s IIRC. I think you were chillin with Don in the paddock.
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Me getting destroyed by supercars at Laguna Seca

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Second place in street rwd class this weekend at global time attack.
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1:25.23 at Thunderhill West last week.
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1:25.23 at Thunderhill West last week.
https://youtu.be/ITmbLonCeK8
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I noticed you enter the Turn 2 horseshoe wider and take your time working down to the apex. Have you found that to be quicker than entering tight and holding the inside? Wondering if the banking is better up higher at the entry... Also noticed you use more of the final turn runoff than I've been using. I'll have to try that to see if I can hold onto a little more speed.
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Yeah I find if I want to go in tight on turn 2 I would have to slow down a lot more. I'm able to go in at a higher speed and hold most of the speed through the turn. The last turn I use as much space as possible so I can hold all the speed I can. Not having a wing I find the lines are definitely going to be different and I have to use as much of the track as possible. I borrowed a friends wing and ran it for the first time a month or 2 ago and the grip is just phenomenal.
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