Well you win some and you lose some. We had a bad weekend. There is not much to say other than the car broke. I managed to get pole in HP during qualifying but on lap two of the first race I made a mis-shift and bent two valves. So that was the end of the weekend.
While racing always throws these curve balls it just makes you want to come back better than ever. Which we will! The car is currently undergoing some surgery, luckily nothing in the bottom end was hurt. The good
Where to begin? The 2016 editon of "The Mitty" was no doubt challenging. I'll go ahead and warn you, there's going to be some tech talk in this post so it's going to be long and boring.Tuesday of race week we spent the day working with the brakes. We still had issues after all the bleeding, installing new lines, etc. So my last thought was to dump the stock proportioning valve. To do this I had to put in a Wilwood bias knob which I had purchased for a disc conversion. I decid
Well what a weekend. Let me start by saying this was one of the most miserable weekends at a race track I have ever had. I almost packed it up twice but I’m glad I didn’t because the ending wasn’t too bad. Let me also say that while I say the car had no brakes, at no point did I think it was dangerous for me, fellow drivers, or workers to go on track. The car had brakes but not brakes that would make for a fast race car nor were they anything like I had felt previously.