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Hey guys wanted to make a little database of Lap Times @ Harris Hill. It would be very useful if you would specify the car, mods, direction, and weather when the run happened. Of course video would be great as well to help other members improve but if its not possible thats ok as well. 

 

Ill start with a sample format, copy it or make your own its up to you.

 

 

Track: Harris Hill Road CW
Location: San Marcos, Texas
Best Lap Time: 1:26.13
Weather: +46F cloudy 
 
Car: 2011 E92 M3 DCT (Stock Weight and Aero)
Engine: B&B Exhaust, AFE Scoops, AFE Drop in
Brakes: Stoptech Trophies ST60 & ST40 on Ferrodo DS2500 pads and AP600 fluid
Suspension: KW Clubsport -2.6F -1.8R lowered 1.5 all around
Wheels & Tires: Federal 595-RSR 265/35/18 Square mounted on Apex ARC-8'S 18X10
 
No video sorry forgot to charge my Go pro:
 
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Track: Harris Hill Road CW
Location: San Marcos, Texas
Best Lap Time: 1:27.12
Weather: +90F cloudy 
 
Car: 2013 Scion FR-S 
Aero: Downforce front and side splitters, Voltex Wing
Engine: Invidia Catback, Tune, TRD drop in, Motiv High flow cat
Brakes: AP Sprint BBK front on CL6 pads, stock rear brakes on cl6 pads, AP 600 fluid and spiegler ss lines.
Suspension: KW V3 & Vorshlag camber plates -2.5 Front and -1.7 Rear
Wheels & Tires: BFgoodrich R1's 225/35/17 on Weds TC105N
 
No video but time slip from the harris hill time attack event:
 
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Don't think I've broken this one yet:

 

1:37.7 - 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS (CVT)

 

Direzza Z2s, Porterfield R4-S pads, Fluffy Bunny in rear seat.

 

No actual mods to car itself unless you count Fluffy.

 

(That was in February. I don't time myself often.)


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Here's the best one I could find.  Not my fastest ( had a passenger), but not bad.

 

Track: Harris Hill Road CW
Location: San Marcos, Texas
Best Lap Time: 1:31.95
Weather: 84F Clear 
 
Car: 2003 MINI Cooper S 
Aero: Stock
Engine: 15% Reduction Pulley on SC & JCW Injectors
Brakes: 12X1.25 Coleman race rotors & DTC-70s front; Stock brakes with HP+ pads rear
Suspension: Leda single adjustables with camber plates -2.8 Front and -1.8 Rear
Wheels & Tires: 15x7 wheels with some 205/50/15 100 treadwear tires
 
Data here:
 
It's lap 4:

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Track: Harris Hill Road CW
Location: San Marcos, Texas
Best Lap Time: 1:35.80
Weather: Cool, clear
 
Car: 1992 240sx
Aero: Stock
Engine: Stock
Brakes: Stock, Hawk Blues front and rear
Suspension: cut down stock springs
Wheels & Tires: Stock 15" wheels, Star Spec tires (the original ones)
This is our ChumpCar, so it's gutted and caged.  One of my teammates has run a 1:33, but with stiffer springs.
 
First complete lap:  


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It's frustrating, as I keep lifting out of it between 8 and 10 due to the pavement being so bad.  I'm at about 100 on T8 exit, but then end up at about 75 mid way through to T10.  That and T2 has gotten worse, or at least that's what my memory tells me.  I know there's a lot more time in there, but pulling a 28 with those caveats isn't too bad, but I'd like to see in the 25-26 range.  I hope they get the surface smoothed soon.  It's a fun course, but the quality of the pavement is terrible at best.


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Track: Harris Hill Road CW
Location: San Marcos, Texas
Best Lap Time: 1:27.12
Weather: +90F cloudy 
 
Car: 2013 Scion FR-S 
Aero: Downforce front and side splitters, Voltex Wing
Engine: Invidia Catback, Tune, TRD drop in, Motiv High flow cat
Brakes: AP Sprint BBK front on CL6 pads, stock rear brakes on cl6 pads, AP 600 fluid and spiegler ss lines.
Suspension: KW V3 & Vorshlag camber plates -2.5 Front and -1.7 Rear
Wheels & Tires: BFgoodrich R1's 225/35/17 on Weds TC105N
 
No video but time slip from the harris hill time attack event:
 
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Well there's my best time.  1995 Miata, BEGI china turbo at 9psi, 15x8 6ULs with 205/50 RE-11s, Megan Racing coilovers.  


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Track: Harris Hill Road CW
Location: San Marcos, Texas
Best Lap Time: 1:37.50
Weather: 75 degrees, sunny
 
Car: 2003 996 C4S
Aero: Stock
Engine: Stock
Brakes: Stock, RBF 600 fluid
Suspension: Stock
Wheels & Tires: 18x8/18x11 OEM Hollow turbo twists, Sumitomo HTRZ3 295/30 and 225/40
 
I don't think I have data from this lap but I do have video I'll dig up and post.  Although I'm not sure the video will help anyone unless they are trying to learn how to go slow:)


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I don't think I have data from this lap but I do have video I'll dig up and post.  Although I'm not sure the video will help anyone unless they are trying to learn how to go slow:)

 

Ah, but a vid would be the tool for instructors to give suggestions.


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It's frustrating, as I keep lifting out of it between 8 and 10 due to the pavement being so bad.  I'm at about 100 on T8 exit, but then end up at about 75 mid way through to T10.  That and T1 has gotten worse, or at least that's what my memory tells me.  I know there's a lot more time in there, but pulling a 28 with those caveats isn't too bad, but I'd like to see in the 25-26 range.  I hope they get the surface smoothed soon.  It's a fun course, but the quality of the pavement is terrible at best.

1 is fine.  Little hop sideways just after two, but I'm pretty much into track out by the time I hit that dip, so while it is a little disconcerting it's not a lap-killer.  Didn't notice any issues between 8 and 9 really - are you coming to track center to turn back right for 9 or are you staying inside from exit of 8 all the way through to track out for turn into 10?

The only place that's particularly problematic for me right now is the bump in the front straight just after 11 ends.  Almost lost it there last weekend :)



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These times are from 2011

 
Harris Hill Road CW
Best Lap Time: 1:25.88, Nitto NT01
June 2011, 99 degrees
 
Harris Hill Road CW
Best Lap Time: 1:25.27, Bimmerworld Continental scrubs
October 2011, 85 degrees
 
Car: 2002 M3, no aero
Engine: Exhaust, Header
Brakes: Stoptech
Suspension: Coilovers


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Suspension: Koni Yellow/GC coilovers
Wheels & Tires: 15x6 205/50 Nitto Nt01
Time Clockwise: 1.33.2


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Track: Harris Hill Road CCW
Car: 2006 Nissan 350Z
Tires: 275/35/18 square NT01
Best Lap Time: 1:32.56
Weather: +90F sunny and windy
 
I was driving my buddy's stock 350Z. I think going CCW is pretty durn fun. My buddy was running 1:33 lap times his first session. Then I ran my session in his car. We went back to the clubhouse and analysed the data. My buddy then went out for his last session and ran a 1:30.94. I was really impressed that he could take what he learned from the data and apply it to the next session.


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Track: Harris Hill Road CCW
Car: 1999 Honda civic type-r
Tires: 205 BFG Rivals
Best Lap Time: 1:28.5
Weather: +90F sunny
1.6L with I/H/E, stock suspension with larger rear swaybar. 


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Track: Harris Hill Road CCW
Car: 1999 Honda civic type-r
Tires: 205 BFG Rivals
Best Lap Time: 1:28.5
Weather: +90F sunny
1.6L with I/H/E, stock suspension with larger rear swaybar. 

 

 

Dang! That's impressive.  :good:



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Track: Harris Hill Road CCW
Car: 2002 Corvette Z06
Tires: 275/40/17 and 295/35/18 NT05's thoroughly worn out (it was their last event)
Best Lap Time: 1:29.3
Weather: hot and windy

My car is too low for H2R, so I had to slow down for 2/3 &/or go really wide to avoid the bumps.

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Track: Harris Hill Road CW
Location: San Marcos, Texas
Best Lap Time: 1:23.538
Weather: 98F, hot and clear
 
Car: 1999 Porsche 911 3.4L SP996 racer
Aero: GT3 Cup front splitter; Getty Design GT3-style rear wing
Engine: Stock (270 rwhp)
Brakes: Stock discs and calipers; Carbon Friction pads
Suspension: JRZ RS coilovers; Tarrett adjustable sways; GT3 front LCAs; otherwise stock
Wheels & Tires: BFG R1s on 18" O.Z. Alleggeritas (tires mostly heatcycled out from previous race and testing)
 
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Ergo,

 

That's a really good time for the current track pavement condition.  Looks like it was driven last July?  Mind posting up some vids so I can see your lines.  My typical lines are filled with bumps based on the last outing at HH couple weeks ago.  Haven't driven it since last year till then.



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H2R CW
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Hi brakelate

 

Thanks.  The lap was done last July on a very hot and sunny day.  The tires were coming to end of their life but still had decent grip for one last heat cycle or two.  They completely fell off the shelf the next time I came out a few weeks later and I couldn't get within a second of that time again.

 

Unfortunately the link cable that connects the Traqmate and my GoPro was MIA that day so I don't have video of that run.  I can try to post up a plot from the GPS data if that helps. 

 

I have new tires on the car right now but I'm saving them for a race I have in Dallas next month.  I plan on getting back to H2R afterwards to see if I can improve the time before track temps get too cold.  I'll make sure I get some video when I do and share it with you.  If you plan on going out sometime and if you give me some warning, I'll be glad to meet you down there to talk with you about how I break it down, for whatever that's worth.

 

Regarding the bumps, yes they're definitely an issue.  My car is fairly stiffly sprung with 700# springs in the front and 900# in the rear.  I have the dampers on a very soft setting front and rear.  Basically I just trust the tires and try to hang on and not let them affect the line too much.  The car hops a lot on the bumps on the straight between 3 & 4 but you just have to keep it matted.  The bump at the apex of 6 isn't any fun, but it's never upset the car too much.  The bump at the exit of Dam Turn is probably the worst because the car is really loaded up at the exit.  I sometimes don't track all the way out there depending on how the car feels.