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Postby kary on Tue Jul 27, 2004 4:32 pm

I like the GT3 if that is what you are referring to :lol:
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Postby ttweed on Tue Jul 27, 2004 4:49 pm

kary wrote: There are so many factors that determine these outcomes
Kary- don't forget track design as one of those factors. With the longer straights in the west lot, the higher HP cars do better. The best MS/S time beat my GS/S time by over 2.6 seconds last weekend, whereas in the SE lot on 06/06, I beat their top time by .02 sec. (in a 36-year-old, 2-liter 911 with 128 RWHP on 205 tires.) :P

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Postby kary on Tue Jul 27, 2004 4:54 pm

Tom, I think in general you are correct about parking lots. Specifically for me, historically I always did better in the smaller lots. I like the throttle steering smaller auto-x tracks as it fits my driving style pretty well.

The otehr thing I would add is cars need to have all points taken in a class to be really competitive. For instance I have taken on 11 points out of the 20 points. If I were to add the other 9 points I would broke :cry:
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