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  • #6163
    Brian Cheung
    Participant

    Ok guys, I’m going to need your help on this. I got through run group 1 and run group 3. Run group 2 is a little hard to tell which times are correct. Hopefully after you guys chime in a few corrections, I can figure out where the offsets happened.

    For run group 1, I’m unsure about car # 412, 886, and 242. Please double check your times and let me know.

    http://xmdforum.com/brian/2014-AX1-ProvisionalResults.htm

    • This topic was modified 8 years, 1 month ago by Brian Cheung.
    #6165
    Dave Dunwoodie
    Participant

    My 6th run should be 46.511, all others look accurate.

    #6166
    Dave Dunwoodie
    Participant

    Looks like the Corvette got my time on the 6th run.

    #6167
    Paul Brancato
    Participant

    My 5th run is incorrect. I didn’t save the time slips, but my 4th was my fastest. 5th seems like it was at least 51.5 or slower.

    Paul Brancato

    #6168
    Mark Mervich
    Participant

    Karlton had one wild final run! Way to drive!
    Mark

    #6169
    Timothy Woo
    Participant

    Brian,

    Thanks for the quick turnaround on scores. My fastest time is CORRECT, so no issues there.
    Minor correction for my last run – I don’t think I hit a cone and my time slip did not have a cone recorded (not my fastest so doesn’t really matter).

    I noticed that Praneil’s times are under AAA, but should be X class because he drove his S2000.

    Cheers,
    Tim

    #6170
    Hal Dorton
    Participant

    Awesome job Dave, slow down and enjoy the drive like the rest of us.

    #6171
    Ratko
    Participant

    My 6th run (49.180) had a cone, unfortunately!

    Also, the 2nd place in AA looks a bit fast in the 3rd run.

    #6172
    Rob Powers
    Participant

    It looks like the new folks did a great job with pulling their times down over the course of their runs. Congrats!

    No surprise: AAA is going to be pretty competitive this year. The top 4 times (excluding Praneil) were separated by only a 10th each.

    My best run was my first official run. I was just completely unable to get faster than that after. I’m definitely not familiar yet with the handling of the updated suspension on my car.

    Can’t wait for next month!

    #6173
    David Bashford
    Participant

    My times are correct (242)

    #6174
    Frank Tsai
    Participant

    Dear Brian,

    Thank you for the result. I am #412 and here are my result from the post it notes, and I think my best run is #7 (52.281). Thanks again!

    #1 54.569
    #2 56.437
    #3 54.576
    #4 53.258
    #5 52.933
    #6 52.706
    #7 52.281

    frank.tsai
    #412
    2012 135i

    #6175
    Jeff McCormick
    Participant

    My best time was a 48.845, and seems to be missing.

    Thank you,

    Jeff #6…

    #6178
    Stephen Kolesar
    Participant

    My best time was a 49.749 clean. #280

    #6179
    Jack Yu
    Moderator

    Also:

    Ryan Rich wasn’t running in Gonzo this week. He was using Jeff Roberts AA car in the 3rd run group. So it should be “N” or “AA” if he wants to have points in AA.

    Tim Huang (listed in B) was driving his X-class Porsche cayman, which makes Tony and his wagon the winner!

    #6180
    Paul Betancourt
    Participant

    First timed event for me. Was awesome to see all of you just laying it down and cutting time as if it was butter!

    Cheers,
    pb

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