05-06-2011, 12:33 AM
Join Date: May 2008
Location: south texas
Total Cats: 9
Originally Posted by ZX-Tex
In March the temperatures are cooler, so the track does not expand as much from the heat and therefore is a bit shorter in overall length.
For all we know the front straight had a tail wind that day which as we saw is probably good for a couple of seconds. That would put him at a 2:00.5 which is still an awesome SM time but more believable.
What day was this event? I cannot find it on the SCCA calendar.
I did find this, which is a ~2:00 lap on what is labeled as SCCA SM on 3-6-11.
If this is the event, the wind was out of the south that day (front straight head wind) at 15 gusting to 20. So much for that excuse. I am going home and killing myself now.
if that was the 9:40am qualifier, then his best lap was a 2:00.592 which on most other days would have put him on or very near pole. this day all it was good for was 9th.
??? did you miss my link to mylaps? it shows all the info on there. here's a piece of the info from there.
Results of Texas Two Step - Group 5 - Sunday Qualifying 11-N-1367-S
Houston Region SCCADate Mar 6, 2011 9:40:00 AM
Track Texas World Speedway CCW (2.9 miles)
Event Texas Two Step
Group Group 5
Best Lap Tm 1:58.558
In Lap 1
Best Speed 88.058
by Blake Clements
NO LIFT! swole *****!
Originally Posted by hustler
WTF are these SM guys doing in those cars to run these times?
Last edited by spoolin2bars; 05-06-2011 at 12:44 AM.