140 average means there's 2/3 corners where you have to lift, these are all at the Sanderson end. Last year we got into a discussion about max speed through the worst corner. The Unlimited guys all run 120 because then they can nail it on the straights (no target time to worry about). I ran through that turn at 135 and scared the poop out of myself, this year it was 125 through there, which was just about right. Its also a ton of fun going through the long sweepers at 160, " are we through it? No, more lateral Gs. Are we through it? No, my guts are all migrating to the side of my rib cage, and my Navigator is screaming 'Dude!'". What a blast!I haven't run this course, but it looks a lot more technical than a run like the silver state, where you can catch yourself looking out at the scenery at 160, which really isn't wise. At a buck 40, how much work was it? I noticed the different corner exit tracts between the two cars shown, so I'm assuming there is a fair amount of flexibility in most of the corners. Would you be comfortable running a 150 average in the GT 350?
That would be tough to do since normally half the field is Corvette's but it would sure be fun to tryGuys, we need a way of getting preferential treatment for GT owners who apply, it's already way over subscribed, so let's figurre out how to get more GTs than Vettes in the race!
Guys, we need a way of getting preferential treatment for GT owners who apply, it's already way over subscribed, so let's figurre out how to get more GTs than Vettes in the race!