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1 hour ago, texevora said:

MSR-C 1.7 CCW
Date: 6/29/19
Lap time: 1:20.23 (via AIM Solo 2 DL)
Car: Ariel Atom SRA
Total vehicle weight with driver: 1685 lbs 
Wheel horsepower: 195 hp estimated (230hp crank)
Tires:  BFG R1S w/ 28 heat cycles
Estimated ambient temperature: 87.8 degrees

Nice lap Jeff

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I'm Jason... Jeff is in the garage next to me (we have basically identical SpecRaceAtoms), and is still a second or so quicker than me. Doing my best to catch up!

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On 7/15/2019 at 12:57 PM, joesurf79 said:

MSR- 1.7 CCW, temp in the low 90s and breezy

Date- 07/13/19

Lap time- 1:24.66 via AIM SOLO 2DL

2016 BRZ, 183 avg hp

Weight with driver- 2,725

Tire - Maxxis RC1, 255/40/17, half used up.

No video because I suck at packing and preparation (forgot the go pro), but I'll add a pic of the Aim screen when I get a chance.  

Edit : BAM!!

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Now i need to look at the data and see where that one was made better than the rest...I'm suspicious that it was that one realllyyy clean traffic free lap I got...

That's cooking man! My best lap of the day Sunday was the same...1:24.598

Except I have over 200 HP more on pretty new NT01s 🙂

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1 hour ago, BigMonkey73 said:

That's cooking man! My best lap of the day Sunday was the same...1:24.598

Except I have over 200 HP more on pretty new NT01s 🙂

Thanks man - and hey Quick is Quick regardless of the car or tires, and yours was faster - nice work Jose :good:!!!

I'm getting a couple sets of rich-people-cast-off-race-slicks to try out soon - excited to see how much faster they are than the 100tw RC1s I love so much. I also hear that NT01s are better than my RC1s in the heat...might have to try those too!

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MSR-C 1.7 CCW
Date:  7/13/2019
Lap time: 1:24.83 (AIM)
Car: 1995 BMW M3
Vehicle weight with driver: ~2900 lbs
Wheel horsepower: ~250
Tires:  245/40-17 RE-71R
Estimated ambient temperature: 90 degrees

 

1/100th faster than my best going the other direction on these same tires. Race studio says there's 2.5 seconds out there with my current splits, but I'm not going to find it on these tires. It feels like the grip really drops by lap 6-7. By lap 9 it's pretty greasy, especially in this heat. But it takes me time to get comfortable with everything again. The car wants the fast laps early, but I feel more in the groove later. With speed differences on warm up laps, records are going to be hard to set in HPDE.

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39 minutes ago, SpaceRangerJoe said:


Tires:  245/40-17 RE-71R
Estimated ambient temperature: 90

 It feels like the grip really drops... The TIRES want the fast laps early, but I feel more in the groove later. 

FTFY- Sounds about right, RE71s do this 😉

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26 minutes ago, joesurf79 said:

FTFY- Sounds about right, RE71s do this 😉

Yeah, you're right. Nothing surprising there at all, I am not the first person to discover this behavior.

@joesurf79, I saw you coming off track several time when I was sitting on the grid (sometimes with a grill full of grass). I wanted to come by and say hi but I think you were busy with instructor stuff.

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3 minutes ago, SpaceRangerJoe said:

I saw you coming off track several time when I was sitting on the grid (sometimes with a grill full of grass). I wanted to come by and say hi but I think you were busy with instructor stuff.

YUP :) - went off both days chasing the stupid predicted lap in the 23's. I'd see it on the AIM and get all excited and psyche myself out...And the grill was only half full of grass - the other half was full of poor helpless crickets and other assorted bugs. I swear I picked a dozen from the mesh each day!

Next time come say Hi man.  Busy is right. It's the most work you can do for "free track time", but the people make it worth it, so yell at me next time :) !

 

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1 hour ago, SpaceRangerJoe said:

MSR-C 1.7 CCW
Date:  7/13/2019
Lap time: 1:24.83 (AIM)
Car: 1995 BMW M3
Vehicle weight with driver: ~2900 lbs
Wheel horsepower: ~250
Tires:  245/40-17 RE-71R
Estimated ambient temperature: 90 degrees

 

1/100th faster than my best going the other direction on these same tires. Race studio says there's 2.5 seconds out there with my current splits, but I'm not going to find it on these tires. It feels like the grip really drops by lap 6-7. By lap 9 it's pretty greasy, especially in this heat. But it takes me time to get comfortable with everything again. The car wants the fast laps early, but I feel more in the groove later. With speed differences on warm up laps, records are going to be hard to set in HPDE.


Perfect time trial tires! Once I go through these remaining NT01s, I'm switching to Rival 1.5 to see what all the fuss is about and see if they actually do last forever. Would be awesome to only need maybe 2 sets per season..plus they'd be a bit cheaper for me.

Really good driving man! If you can manage to get at the front of the pack, you should stay there with little to no traffic for a good 5 or 6 laps with your lap times.

I'm looking forward to getting past August and this heat, but I'd take it over rain any day.

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MSR-C 1.7 CCW
Date: 8/3/19
Lap time: 1:19.219 (via AIM Solo 2 DL)
Car: Ariel Atom SRA
Total vehicle weight with driver: 1685 lbs 
Wheel horsepower: 195 hp estimated (230hp crank)
Tires:  205/50/R15 Hoosier R7 fronts (scrubs), 23x9.5R15 FA rears (scrubs)
Estimated ambient temperature: 91.4 degrees

1st time on these tires/wheels, hoping to unlock more time as I get familiar with the wider-than-stock rears.

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MSR-C 1.7 CCW
Date: 3/10/19
Lap time: 1:19.692 via MyLaps transponder
Car: Honda S2000 
Total vehicle weight with driver: 2813
Wheel horsepower: 242 hp NASA Avg 225 
Tires:  245/40/R17 Hoosier R7 
Estimated ambient temperature: 75? 

 

 

 

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MSR-C 1.7 CCW
Date: 9/21/19
Lap time: 1:22.46 (AIM) & Transponder loop
Car: 2014 Mustang GT, daily driver mild
Total vehicle weight with driver: 3935 lbs
Wheel horsepower: 365-385 est
Tire size and model: 305/30/18 Hankook RS-4s
Estimated ambient temperature: 81 degrees, sunny

 

I was pleasantly surprised to set a PB this morning. Bodes well for cooler weather.  I am pretty proud of this lap. A few bobbles, but its kind of how that goes when you are really hustling the car. I'm still fighting going one-handed when its fast hands time catching the car and could be smoother, but am super happy to be making progress in Ricochet.

As always, a work in progress.

 

 

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1 hour ago, El_Tortuga said:

MSR-C 1.7 CCW
Date: 9/21/19
Lap time: 1:22.46 (AIM) & Transponder loop
Car: 2014 Mustang GT, daily driver mild
Total vehicle weight with driver: 3935 lbs
Wheel horsepower: 365-385 est
Tire size and model: 305/30/18 Hankook RS-4s
Estimated ambient temperature: 81 degrees, sunny

 

I was pleasantly surprised to set a PB this morning. Bodes well for cooler weather.  I am pretty proud of this lap. A few bobbles, but its kind of how that goes when you are really hustling the car. I'm still fighting going one-handed when its fast hands time catching the car and could be smoother, but am super happy to be making progress in Ricochet.

As always, a work in progress.

That's impressive, I thought the surface was slick all day (even in the morning). I think you'll find more time in October (21's for sure). Way to go Joe!

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22 hours ago, BRZ4Science said:

That's impressive, I thought the surface was slick all day (even in the morning). I think you'll find more time in October (21's for sure). Way to go Joe!

Thanks.

I only found pace in first session when it was coolest and overcast. The Mustang is VERY temperature dependent. I ran 3 low 23s and pushed one really hard for this lap. I dorked the 2nd session, apparently didn't get the sub belts latched in right. Weird. I noticed it immediately on track but could not get it clicked in on the warmup lap and had to pit out. I tried to come on track clear of the pack, but I swallowed up the backmarkers when temps and pressures were right. By the time I got clear, temps and pressures were too high and it was a greasy slow drive. Ran 3 laps on top of each other but only in the low 24s. Had my shit together after lunch, but it was waaaaaay too hot at that point to do any good. 

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Date: August 31, 2019
Direction: CCW
Lap time: 1:27.947 via AIM Solo
Car: 2017 Honda Civic Type R
Estimated total vehicle weight with driver: ~3300
Estimated wheel horsepower: 306
Tire size and model: 255/40R18 Bridgestone RE71R
Estimated ambient temperature: 80s and partly cloudy
 

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MSR-C 1.7 CCW
Date: 10-15-19
Lap time: 1:32.728 (Aim solo2)
Car: 1991 Miata
Total vehicle weight with driver: ~2300? 
Wheel horsepower: 120? 
Tire size and model: 205/50/15 Yokohama Advan AD08R
Estimated ambient temperature: 85 degrees partly cloudy

 

First track day with the new BP4W 1.8 Engine, tires are ~2 years old and starting to drop off but still set a new personal best. I'm officially faster now in the Miata than I was in my 2017 BRZ. 

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