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Old 10-07-2018, 08:00 AM   #1
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Just home from the New Jersey Motor Park in Millville NJ. Saturday session after lunch the track was finally dry and I put down some descent laps.

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Nice driving. Was this with Metro PCA?
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Old 10-07-2018, 02:48 PM   #3
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Nicely done!

Very smooth with a nice flow in stitching the corners together. From the fluidic movement of the front of the car, I suspect that your hands are calm yet direct with your inputs.

You did a great job staying focused and driving your line when you caught up to the Blue Boxster (rather than following his somewhat erratic line).

Do you think that you're using the full 100% of the width of the track? Its hard to tell from the video, but it looks like you might be leaving a little room at apex and track out. You know the old joke: you paid for the whole track so you might as well use it.

Looks like a fun day.
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Old 10-07-2018, 02:56 PM   #4
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Nice driving. Was this with Metro PCA?
Yes it was. I like this group but have not done enough with them. Bill is the the head
instructor. I've become friends with him thru Facebook he also is a cancer survivor. we had 6 session Friday and 6 sessions Saturday. but it did rain Friday.
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Nicely done!

Very smooth with a nice flow in stitching the corners together. From the fluidic movement of the front of the car, I suspect that your hands are calm yet direct with your inputs.

You did a great job staying focused and driving your line when you caught up to the Blue Boxster (rather than following his somewhat erratic line).

Do you think that you're using the full 100% of the width of the track? Its hard to tell from the video, but it looks like you might be leaving a little room at apex and track out. You know the old joke: you paid for the whole track so you might as well use it.

Looks like a fun day.
Thank you as you may have saw the session ended under Black flag as I came over the crest at turn 5 it was that same Blue car.
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Old 10-07-2018, 03:14 PM   #6
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Awesome Video! it sure sounds great from that chair, haha. The track looks fun: makes me want to visit!

What are you using for data & video there?
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Awesome Video! it sure sounds great from that chair, haha. The track looks fun: makes me want to visit!

What are you using for data & video there?
I'm using AIM Solo DL lap timer and Aim Smarty Cam. It's My 3rd setup First was GoPro Hero 3 and TracMate, too much work sinking every video not enough data. Then I bought a Garmin Verb Track edition but it stopped working right last year after a version update and I could not undo the update, and they don't support the track data any longer.
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That looks like a fun track, nice driving! And nice to see you driving!
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