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|04-10-2019 10:18 AM|
|Jack||@kfennell -- sent you a PM.|
|04-10-2019 10:15 AM|
Originally Posted by kfennell View Post
Reason I asked, I saw 2 alarm lights going off while viewing you video -- excellent driving, btw.
|04-10-2019 09:44 AM|
Originally Posted by Jack View Post
|04-10-2019 08:39 AM|
|Jack||Hey Kevin, are the red lights on the left side of your steering wheel display warning lights?|
|04-10-2019 06:21 AM|
MSR-C 1.7 CCW config: 1:15.2 for TT2 lap record 1970 lbs A7's everything done to car. Video is a different slower lap but representative.
|04-10-2019 05:01 AM|
Some corrections to my post above (Lotustalk does not allow me to edit my old post (#36))...
Car is closer to ~2300lbs with driver and gas.
Rear tires are actually 225/45-17
Also an update for 1.7CCW config - First time at a track in 2019. Only have driven this config once (in Julí18) since this video. New best: April 7, 2019 ~73deg F humid. One heat cycle on tires. Lap time: 01:20.86
See video's description and it's comments for updated info.
|07-06-2018 01:07 PM|
Motorsport Ranch, Cresson, Texas (MSR-C)
Posted this YouTube video primarily as motivation and something to review/watch when I revisit this track. Due to work and lack of life balance my trips to the track decreased from every ~6 weeks to every couple months at best in 2017. In 2018 I only made it to a track a couple of sessions. Because of that I am getting very rusty. Whenever I get back again I plan on beginning and practicing left foot braking which has a learning curve and will slow me down until I learn the technique. Anyway, the point is it seems like I will not be breaking my personal best times in the near future! So, I wanted to post this video which is a collection of my best lap times at the track I frequent the most. They will be my baseline for lap times going forward.
Motorsport Ranch, Cresson, Texas (MSR-C)
9012 Performance Court, Cresson, TX 76035
Car: 2008 Lotus Exige-S 240
~2255lbs with driver
Wheels - F:16x7 R:17x8
Tires - Hoosier R7 F: 205/45-16 R:225/40-17
Additional ~ -1deg camber in front Ohlin coil overs with Lotus Cup car valving and springs
BWR Sway bar Homemade front splitter (simply got tired of replacing factory one)
Traction control off. No stability control. ABS = Yes.
AiM SOLO DL with Smartycam v2.1
MSR-C 1.7 CCW - on vid @00:07
Counter Clockwise direction (normal)
Two heat cycles on tires ~73deg F
Lap time: 01:21.806
MSR-C 1.7 CW - on vid @01:42
Clockwise direction (backwards)
13 heat cycles on tires
Lap time: 01:21.855
MSR-C 3.1 - on vid @03:21
Counter Clockwise is only direction
22 heat cycles on tires
Lap time: 02:25:906
Hard to believe, but I have never run MSR-C's 1.3 configuration (CCW is only direction).
|02-04-2018 08:35 PM|
Time to add my results.
2006 Elise (NA), track pack, 2bular exhaust, stock intake, stock rotors, CL RC5+ pads, Dunlop Direzza DZ 101 or 102 tires (460 TW) unless otherwise noted. Best times, unless otherwise noted.
Colorado tracks first. I've run all these at least twice, except La Junta where I've only been once. I've run HPR as many times as all other tracks combined.
High Plains Raceway - 2:09.4 (Yoko A048 tires)
Colorado State Patrol facility - 1:13.4 (Yoko A048)
Pikes Peak International Raceway - ~1:09 (Yoko A048; timed from video, typical rather than best)
Pueblo Motorsports Park - 2:00.6
La Junta - 1:02.4
In 2014 I did a Portland trip, hit three tracks. These times are from my one and only visit to the tracks.
The Ridge Motorsports Park - 2:08.8
Portland International Raceway - 1:40.1 (with passenger)
Oregon Raceway Park - 2:10.0 (Morning ran CW, afternoon CCW. This was CCW)
In 2016 I hit three tracks in California. Again, my only one and only visit to the tracks. This trip was with the stock exhaust.
Thunderhill (3 mile) - 2:18.8
Sonoma - 2:10.9
Laguna Seca - 1:55.9 (with passenger; never had a lap without traffic)
In 2017 I went to Austin for my one and only visit to COTA.
Circuit of the Americas - 2:51.3
At HPR, I know the difference between the Yoko A048 and the Dunlops is 4 seconds per lap. I'd say a passenger costs me 3 or 4 seconds. I have no idea what advantage the track pack gives me over standard equipment, but I suspect it's a slight advantage. Adjust the listed times appropriately for track length for what I might have accomplished with suitable tires. I think I've hit my limit at HPR, but for any track that I've only been to once, I think it's safe to say I could find some more time with practice.
|04-27-2015 06:39 AM|
Originally Posted by countryboyshane View Post
|11-20-2014 04:24 AM|
|+TSRAGR||^ That's not too bad for N/A Elise at HPR. My best at HPR in a stock '07 Exige w/grooved slicks was 2:07. If I raced more, I could improve ~2 seconds, but a sub-2min lap time (full course configuration) in a stock Exige S isn't possible. You'd need much more hp for the straight after turn 3 to get it there. Consider rosscarlson's 350+ whp Exige which sneaks in just below 2min - and he's about as good as amateur racers get!!!|
|11-18-2014 12:23 PM|
High Plains Raceway, CO
I'm slow - 2:13 range. Trying to break into the 2:0x area next season.
Better drivers can push a TTB-eligible N/A Elise to 2:03.xx and supercharged Elise/Exiges end up in the sub-2:00s at HPR. So I have a LOT of learning to do!
Performance relevant specs: Toyo R1R, Nitron Singles, Ferodo DS3000, stock brakes, stock steering arms (just all shims removed up front), stock aero, stock power.
|11-18-2014 08:17 AM|
Went to VIR last week. Second day to run the full course and first day of the Grand configuration. Stock '05 Elise on R888s.
Full was 2:20
Grand was 3:17
I think I run a 1:48 at summit's Shenandoah course but need to confirm with lap timer on my next trip. May run Summit Main next season.
|10-06-2014 09:39 AM|
Originally Posted by pwildfire View Post
R888 tires on LSS wheels
-2.5 deg camber all 'round thanks to Sector 111 and V2 Motorsports
Carbotech XP8 rear and XP10 front on stock rotors
|10-06-2014 07:00 AM|
Bumping this up, and also have some new ones to add from this year. I moved across the country last winter, so a whole new set of tracks!
All of these are from my first time running each track/direction, so I figure there is still a little bit of room left for me to learn:
ORP CCW: best 1:56.8
OR CW: best 1:55.6
PIR: best 1:30.0
Ridge: best 1:55.8
On a side note, I am really impressed with the tracks here in the Northwest! ORP and the Ridge are both awesome tracks with really challenging layouts!
|11-17-2013 08:50 AM|
1:22.7 at Blackhawk. It was my last track day of the year a few days before I deployed so I had to get some times.
No times yet for Gingerman and Autobahn/North/South/Full
Sounds like I need to check out Grattan, sounds like a fun track!!!
|11-17-2013 06:31 AM|
Originally Posted by jasondew View Post
|11-17-2013 04:51 AM|
Originally Posted by spectre View Post
|11-14-2013 01:30 PM|
Originally Posted by LotusCC View Post
|11-13-2013 06:37 PM|
Originally Posted by 2seatsonly View Post
What's amazing is that the top NA Miatas can do it in 1:16!
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|11-13-2013 03:37 PM|
Any Sebring times to share? Would like to benchmark myself.
I typically do in the 2:40's. Very wide range of times depending on traffic.
(I always seem to be either waiting for a point by, or lifting a bit as I give one.)
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