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Discussion in 'Tracking & Driver Education' started by treynor, Jun 30, 2020.
Good times were had. And good times were set.
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Well done.. Just finished running at Mid-Ohio with SVRA. There were several 458's running there in IGT.
Man that's moving! I like the overlaid data, and the split brake graphs! What software/datalogging allows that?
That's a VBOX. The file which maps car channels visuals obviously has some glitches, thus the crazy tach and the front brake indicator, but you get the idea.
And yes, a 1:24.9 is moving right along at Laguna. It's taken a while to get to this level of driving skill, and I'm glad I invested the effort.
For some reason, I can't get the right signal for braking on my vbox. I have to poke around more and see which channel/signal I should be looking at. In any case, hope to see you on the track! I haven't tried Laguna yet. Do you run Thunderhill or Sonoma at all? Cheers!
Nice lines....what are the mods on your 488? What tires?
My favorite track!
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It's a stock 488 GT3 on Michelin S8Ms.
For reference, the fastest 488 Challenge EVO cars on track that day were dipping into the 1:29s.
Okay that was awesome.
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Pretty darn quick Ben !
Great run! I can't imagine doing the T9/T10 tango in a high horsepower car.
Scorching run Ben, congrats on all the seat time and hard work paying off!
Nice run Ben....come out and play with us at summit point in September...
amazing, great job. My time was 2:09 ROFL.
That is getting with the program! Well done.
It's been quite a while since I ran my old March/Cosworth 88C there, and I don't think I was much quicker...... but that was a dam Indycar! GT3 cars are serious business these days.
You said the challenge cars were doing 29s. One of my McLaren buddies runs 29s on Corsas in a 720!