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Results from Atlanta Autox this past sunday


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#1 WJM

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Posted 15 March 2005 - 01:26 PM

I had some SERIOUS competition. The WRX that finnished behind me was on 225/45/16 Victracers...I am #777 Street Mod, Will Maham.

Class: STREET MODIFIED
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1. BRIAN FLANAGAN 93 325ISLO 47.474 47.235 46.736 45.652
45.652
2. MARC OSGOOD 93 CIVIC 47.338 46.777 46.334 45.800+2
46.334
3. SCOTT GRANDFIELD 03 COOPER 49.158 48.657 47.487 47.952
47.487
4. NATHAN PETERS 92 CIVIC S 49.936+2 47.980 47.621 47.609
47.609
5. WILL MAHAM 87 RX 51.297 49.015 48.806 48.711
48.711
6. MILIND BORKAR 03 WRX 54.312 50.017 50.256 49.212
49.212
7. CHRIS NELSON 03 WRX 51.722 51.959 50.817 50.192
50.192
8. SETH JONES 93 CIVIC 51.493 50.600 DNF 50.339
50.339
9. JIM GARRISON 04 COOPER 50.550 DNF DNF 50.603
50.550
10. WES PITTS 92 CIVIC 55.331 53.946 52.795 50.576
50.576
11. ERIC SOTO 92 CIVIC 52.430 53.610+1 50.966 DNF
50.966
12. GARY OSTEEN 02 A4 1.8T 53.108 53.409 53.114 51.164
51.164
13. KYLE BARBOUR 03 WRX DNF 52.635 52.418 51.541
51.541
14. DAVID GOTTSCHALK 02 RSX 54.670 51.973 51.634 51.892
51.634
15. RAZID AHMAD 02 CIVIC S DNF 51.916 51.819 DNF
51.819
16. JOHN FREEMAN 99 9-3 52.830 52.153+1 53.324 52.153
52.153
17. SCOTT MINARCINE 04 IMPREZA 53.701 52.991 53.417 52.859
52.859
18. JASON BERGER 05 IMPREZA 55.053 55.114 52.934 52.888
52.888
19. JUSTIN SHAHAN RX 63.645 58.936 57.880 57.068
57.068

#2 WoodsWagon

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Posted 15 March 2005 - 04:39 PM

got smoked by a couple of hondas I see. :drunk:

Good job. fastest subie of the lot. oldest one too. :)

#3 WJM

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Posted 15 March 2005 - 05:19 PM

Actually, there was an STi in ESP that set FTD...45 some odd seconds i think...or was it 42..?

I'll post the rest up tonihgt...there was A TON of ppl out.

The Civic that mr Osgood drove had wider rubber, Koni's on it, a GSR swap with a turbo and Air/Water IC setup, full engine management...and a NICE LSD in the front.

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Posted 15 March 2005 - 06:37 PM

Nice driving. My guess is it was a fairly tight course as Honda's that are set up properly do well on 'em. You can always tell when the local SCCA Honda drivers set up the courses as they finish better. My test is how close I can come to a properly set up mini. If I'm within a second to 1.5 sec. It was a good day.

#5 WJM

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Posted 15 March 2005 - 11:19 PM

Here's the rest of the results:
http://www.geocities.../atlresults.txt

Actually this course was VERY wide open. Atlanta has a HUGE lot to work with.

At CCR and Triad, the courses have been not so high speed, very tight and technical and the Civics could not get the power down (main competition locally is a NA built civic, and one with a supercharger build, both with very good setups on them) and I've been able to beat them slightly at first...then I have started outrunning them by 0.5 seconds and more now.

The ATL course is very nice pavement...only one spot with a washboard zone...the rest was high speed and VERY flowing...a national level course. I had never been on a course that high speed with the RX, the RX (along with the loose nut behind the wheel :-p ) is setup for the tight stuff...read: 2 inch dia undersized race rubber, ULTRA no-lag setup, and in low range its ALWAYS in the power. This course I should have gone with a stock size, i could have used 225/45/15's and gone in low still and been about 2 seconds faster alone from that.

HOWEVER...if I had been able to nail the course, which i didnt, i could have got within 1 second of the BMW, if not faster than him.

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Posted 16 March 2005 - 11:02 AM

And then...the thread died. :lol:




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