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  • #755
    Brian Cheung
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    here it is! I finally verified the results! Sorry I forgot to do it last night.

    [url=http://xmdforum.com/brian/2012-AX3-ProvisionalResults.htm]ax3 preliminary results![/url]

    #756
    Chris Webber
    Participant

    All that time, and you couldn’t find a way to make my lap faster? 😛

    Thanks for posting!

    #759
    Don Louv
    Participant

    Could you fix my “Car”?
    Class C, #624 is a 2011 ActiveE (not the placeholder 128i I use because the website doesn’t know about ActiveEs)

    Thanks.

    #760
    Jeff Roberts
    Keymaster

    [quote=”Louv” post=430]Could you fix my “Car”?
    Class C, #624 is a 2011 ActiveE (not the placeholder 128i I use because the website doesn’t know about ActiveEs)

    Thanks.[/quote]

    I’m working on getting our system updated for the ActiveE for the next event. Apologies… I forgot to manually change your classification before the data went to Brian.

    For the Gonzo folks, here is your adjusted time standings…

    [table]
    [tr][td]Place[/td][td]Name[/td][td]Points[/td][td]Real Time[/td][td]Adjusted Time[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]1[/td][td]Dave Dunwoodie[/td][td]90[/td][td]48.289[/td][td]47.623[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]2[/td][td]Hal Dorton[/td][td]99[/td][td]47.911[/td][td]47.957[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]3[/td][td]Ryan Rich[/td][td]105[/td][td]47.716[/td][td]48.238[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]4[/td][td]Eric Cheung[/td][td]107 [/td][td]47.596[/td][td]48.276 [/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]5[/td][td]Stephen Kolesar[/td][td]86[/td][td]49.792[/td][td]48.782 [/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]6[/td][td]Diane Dorton[/td][td]99[/td][td]49.755[/td][td]49.803 [/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]7[/td][td]Matt Visser[/td][td]87[/td][td]50.811[/td][td]49.862 [/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]8[/td][td]Brian Shadle [/td][td]82[/td][td]51.733[/td][td]50.350 [/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]9[/td][td]Matt Rich[/td][td]105[/td][td]51.251[/td][td]51.811 [/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]10[/td][td]Don Van Nortwick[/td][td]80[/td][td]53.611[/td][td]52.005 [/td][/tr]
    [/table]

    Formula used: = ((60/59.901) ^ Points ) * Real Time * 0.85

    Just for giggles, I plugged my time in to the formula… would have been 2nd in Gonzo cuz of my lower points. Hmmm… maybe next year.

    #761
    Dave Dunwoodie
    Participant

    I like the adjusted time standings! 🙂

    #762
    Jeff Roberts
    Keymaster

    Thought you would!

    This just in… ActiveE is in the system! Don, you’ll want to reclassify your car and I’ll write the other owners who are attending the July event to let them know it’s there now too.

    #763
    Ryan Rich
    Moderator

    Way to go DAVE!!!! B)

    I am happy with 3rd, But I am gunning for hal.

    #764
    Don Louv
    Participant

    Thanks! My profile has been updated.

    And I look forward to some other “electrics” joining the fun!

    #766
    Mark Mervich
    Participant

    [quote=”jeffroberts” post=431][quote=”Louv” post=430]Could you fix my “Car”?
    Class C, #624 is a 2011 ActiveE (not the placeholder 128i I use because the website doesn’t know about ActiveEs)

    Thanks.[/quote]

    I’m working on getting our system updated for the ActiveE for the next event. Apologies… I forgot to manually change your classification before the data went to Brian.

    For the Gonzo folks, here is your adjusted time standings…

    Formula used: = ((60/59.901) ^ Points ) * Real Time * 0.85

    I am a curious person so would like to understand this equation. What does the symbol before “points” mean? I presume the * mean multiply.
    Mark

    #767
    Cliff Oates
    Participant

    [quote=”AutoXer” post=437][quote=”jeffroberts” post=431]
    Formula used: = ((60/59.901) ^ Points ) * Real Time * 0.85[/quote]

    I am a curious person so would like to understand this equation. What does the symbol before “points” mean? I presume the * mean multiply.
    Mark[/quote]

    The caret ( “^” ) represents an exponent, i.e.: Y to the Xth power

    #768
    Mark Mervich
    Participant

    Got it. I put my time in and used 150 points(that’s a fair number, right?) and I came out 8th. 😉
    Must try harder!
    Mark

    #771
    Howard Yao
    Participant

    First of all, way to go Dave!

    Second of all, I never realized that AX would lead me to using a scientific calculator for the first time in 15+ years! Good stuff!

    #772
    Dave Dunwoodie
    Participant

    Thanks Ryan & Howard! Ryan, you’re looking great out there!

    #773
    Hal Dorton
    Participant

    I’m not opening the bottle until I see the rest of the field calculations…

    (I have another set of springs for the next event)

    #778
    Brad Vaughan
    Participant

    So all TopGear watchers will know drivers will have excuses, just like fisherman talk about the one that got away..

    On Monday after the AX, the poor old Phoenix Yellow M3 was running on 3 cylinders. a couple of coils were gone. I noticed throttle pickup was pretty poor, but figured it was me.

    The major issue on monday was two flat rear tires (picture attached). I was impressed that I got 15K miles on these RE11’s, but maybe I will replace after 1 season instead of 1 season and two AX’s.

    Bring on the test ‘n tune to scrub off the new RE11’s

    B

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