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Old 02-10-2015, 02:31 PM   #241
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It works during all other trackdays too. You can just go up to the tower and ask Scott to print a sheet out for you.
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Old 02-10-2015, 02:47 PM   #242
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Nice thing about gps lap timers is you get a lot more info and can see where you can improve a lot of time. Mine picks up throttle position so I can see that I'm being a sissy and need to get in th gas sooner.
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MSRH has a mylaps system. Whenever Im out there on private days, I can just go to the tower and print out a time sheet my self. It is ALWAYS on. All you need is your transponder.
OK, I didn't know if it was Whoops or MSRH's.
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Nice thing about gps lap timers is you get a lot more info and can see where you can improve a lot of time. Mine picks up throttle position so I can see that I'm being a sissy and need to get in th gas sooner.
You can also set splits, and have it calculate "ideal" laps.
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You can also set splits, and have it calculate "ideal" laps.
True I need to set up splits on my gps timer.
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True I need to set up splits on my gps timer.

I've had one for YEARS, and just started doing this last season. Although, I got a new laptimer for this season. So that means friday morning everyone is going to think I'm an as my first lap will be at a snail's pace as I get my splits setup right where I want them.
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Old 02-16-2015, 04:20 PM   #247
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Eddie Thorton broke the track record this weekend (at least I think I heard that) with a 1:31.XX (someone correct me if I'm wrong, I don't see the CMRA results yet). Pretty impressive for the first race of the season and the temperatures.
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Old 02-16-2015, 04:25 PM   #248
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Thank you! As long as it stands, that should break the track record by 0.196 seconds.
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My best was a 1:43 but could only consistently do 45s. Love that track
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1:31??? How in the heck do you do that. Wow.
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1:42.960 BEST but consistent 145's
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1:31??? How in the heck do you do that. Wow.
He was cool as a cucumber doing it too. Bike wasn't sliding all over the place.
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Track record is gonna stay for a while!
Atleast till the next round...
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A certain person will have their zx10r done by then though...
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Trey ran 44s all day with a personal best of 1:43:360 on the SV.
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I'm reviving this thread. Just did my first ever track day. I ran level 1 at MSRH (CW) and was running 2:02-2:03 while being very generous when it came to passing the slower guys. Guess I'm moving up to level 2.

This is on a stock Street Triple R w/ Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsas. I was really shooting for under 2 minutes but I had lots of body position issues with that standard bike. I had a real rough time getting my chest down on the side of the tank... ended up supporting myself with my arms early on in the day. Finally figured out how to wedge my leg in between the peg and the tank and that took a lot of the stress off my upper body. I figure there's plenty of room for improvement there.
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