Hey Bill, PAX stands for adjusted time, not sure what the acronym actually means but there it is.
I believe the system we use has the capability to automatically adjust times as they get read in, makes perfect sense for SCCA where they only run about ~30 classes with distinct adjustments (all DS cars have an adjustment of 0.801 for instance whether it’s a Camaro or WRX or E36) but the way GGC does adjustments would probably not play well with the system. (I.e. a B class car with 41 points has a different adjusted time to a B class car with 49 points, so really GGC would have 50+ different adjustments to account for)
I think you could create separate classes for each point classification so we could see TDS times at the event, but I have a hunch that would ruin the nifty thing it does now when you pull up AAA to see how everyone is doing in class. So as it stands the PAX is identical to the raw/overall times.
Maybe it’s a possibility that could be used at the TDS, but the staff have enough on their hands as it is, no need to make more work for them by manually creating 50 some odd classes and assigning 60 drivers to their points class. 🙂
I just now saw the results page. You are correct, the 43.xxx time is a DNF. I left the course and did not return to where I left it.
I would like to think I beat Dave Sparks by 6 seconds but it didn’t happen.