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Alan

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About Alan

  • Rank
    TRACKJUNKIE
  • Birthday 09/03/1954

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    New Braunfels
  • Track Vehicle
    2003 MINI Cooper S
  • Interests
    racing, running, sim racing
  1. Date: 06/09/2019 NASA GTS2 Championship Race Track: Hallett CCW Lap time: 1:24.363 (Lap 9) NASA Official Results Car: 2003 MINI Cooper S - GTS2 Total vehicle weight with driver: 2,450 lbs (160lbs over min weight) 168.3 Average Wheel HP Tire size and model: 245/40/15 Hoosier A7 Estimated ambient temperature: 80ish NASA Thunder Race Group Championship Race @ Hallett June 2019
  2. I have 4 2014 SM7s about 50% "tread" that you can have if you dismount and return wheels. They're perfect for street driving. 😃👍 I'm between New Braunfels and Canyon Lake.
  3. MSR Cresson is 103 db - not sure of the exact measurement protocol.
  4. Please be Pueblo! Average Weather in August in Pueblo Colorado, United States
  5. My first race in almost 2 years was Hallett with BMW in October. January will be NASA @ MSR Houston. NASA has adjusted the rules again, so I may be investigating SCCA in 2019.
  6. It ain't wrong wheel drive in the rain.... seems so long ago...
  7. In Just did my part to ensure it doesn't rain - rented garage 12...
  8. Alan

    Setup Sheets

    Feel free to copy, give feedback: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1A3eWnRJ2mFNF2t0fzr7ymsBlGgyAe0dhKUwwssy9eV4/edit?usp=sharing
  9. I'd been contemplating moving from 225/45/15 to 245/40/15 R7s on 9" rims, since the cost difference is less than $5/tire. You've convinced me! What width wheel are you running the 245s on?
  10. I'm in - FWD is a blast in the wet! Probably run the weekend on R7s for extra slidy effect; and I'm too lazy to put on the wets.
  11. Instructing / polishing tune / testing new oil cooler location
  12. 1600F isn't crazy hot, the MINI peaks in the high 700C and fuel trim starts at 800C(1472F) And I agree:
  13. In W2W if you are judged at fault you should offer the help fix the car you damaged through your negligence. Racers should handle their own repairs (they are usually minor) for a Racing Incident. In W2W racing if you feel you do not owe the other party anything for an incident judged your fault, please do not race with me. I don't want you there.
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