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The grip levels at Mid Ohio change day to day and hour to hour during the day. It is the hardest track to estimate how much is there and how much power it will take. The areas with elevation are difficult to get to full throttle at apex, whenever I can it means my entry speed was too slow. Very much a rhythm track for me. Racing it with 65 cars is much harder than lapping it in HPDE. Lots of targets ahead and behind to calculate trajectories and speed for. Fun.Mid O looks like a blast, how tough are the hills with getting down power?
Hey Jeff - curious if you can speak to the Cortex SLA at all? Any feedback on its improvement to the S550 chassis?Here are some vids from this past weekend at COTA with SVRA & Trans Am:
Billy Griffin Qualifying session:Billy Griffin's Trans Am Race:
Me in SVRA Group 10 Race Saturday:Me in SVRA Group 10 Race Sunday:Me & Dean Martin in SVRA Enduro Sunday:
May have been 90 on exit, but it drops to mid 80's. Either way I was chasing it if you can't tell by my "woo" it was a puckered up moment. I feel I'm sawing the steering wheel way more than it looks from that view.A 1:33 time is killing it, and folks wanting to know the lines at Motorsports Park Hastings should watch the second video as Reggie is spot on. If you are going to run NASA in August prior to the Mustang Roundup in September, these are great videos to watch , and for those just going to the round up here is your study guide.
Going through turn 3 right close to 90 is the magic number , and cool to see 12coboss right at the speed. Many say they go through there that fast but few do, so congrats!
Kevin,Hey Jeff - curious if you can speak to the Cortex SLA at all? Any feedback on its improvement to the S550 chassis?