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    Default Top 25 Thunderhill Lap Times

    Post only your PB laptime on this thread. Make a new thread if you want to start a discussion. I will update this list periodically. When the list is full, please don't submit your time if it is slower then the last person on the list. Also, i will delete your post after your info is updated on the list to keep the thread clean.

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    Top 25 TRP CCW w/ T5 (Eagle's Nest) Lap Times
    1. 1:48.7 (Mike Hedlund; 2011 Porsche GT3 Cup; Yokohama slicks; ~390whp/2875lbs w/driver; March 12; video)
    2. 1:48.88 (Bill Brinkop 1999 Corvette, A7 435whp, 3100lbs w/driver, Apr 9th 2016)
    3. 1:51.675 (Scott Winders; 1987 Porsche 911; Hoosier Radial Slicks; ~270whp/2366lb w/driver; April 19, 2015; Time Sheet)
    4. 1:55.40 Ron Hopkins, 2011Corvette Z06, Continental GTO scrubs, 620whp, 3100 w/o driver, Jan 10th 2014 VIDEO)
    5. 1:55.73X Tony Colicchio 1996 BMW M3(3.2L) Hankook C51, 272whp/2995 w/driver, May 17 2013
    6. 1:55.74 Robert Walia; 2011 Z06; MPSC; 505hp/3200lbs without Driver; Jan 25 2015, VIDEO)
    7. 1:57.239 (Sean Mackenzie; 06 Evo MR; A3S05; 370whp/3350lbs w/driver; May 08)
    8. 1:57.821 (Oli Thordarson; 2002 T1 Corvette; A6; 357RWHP/3250 lbs w/driver; March 2012; video
    9. 1:58.240 (Andrew Kidd; Miata; NT01; 279whp/2350lbs w/driver; Aug 09)
    10. 1:58.76 (Robert Walia; 2011 Z06; MPSC; 505hp/3200lbs without Driver; May 4 2014, VIDEO)
    11. 1:59.470 (Dennis Matson; S2000; RA1s; 307whp/2912lbs w/Driver; Oct 06)
    12. 2:01.51x (Jack Olsen; 72 P911; RA1; 214whp/2700lbs w/driver; Apr 07; Video)
    13. 2:02.25x (Andrew Morton; 92 BMW 325is; A6; 216hp/2639lbs w/driver; Jan 11; video)
    14. 2:04.509 (Sonny W.; 04 MS Miata; NT01; 240whp/2675lbs w/Driver; Apr; Video)
    15. 2:04.572 (Steve Levin; SRF; GY2525; 99whp/1771lbs w/driver; Dec 09)
    16. 2:04.79x (Rob Harper, 2017 Camaro ZL1, Stock w/MPSS)
    17. 2:07.546 (Adolfo Llamas; Evo9 MR; NT01; 358whp/3280lbs; April 11; Video)
    18. 2:08.88x (Jack Hosee; 1987 RX-7; Hankook Z214; 140whp/~2600lbs w/ driver; Apr 11; Video)
    19. 2:09.47x (Zhong Cheung; Evo9; R1R; 294whp/3280lbs; Mar 09)
    20. 2.11.43 (Samurai_Blue; 96 DC4; Nitto NT01; B18C1; 177whp/2345lbs w/driver; 4/25/2015)


    Top 25 TRP CCW w/ T5 Bypass Lap Times
    1. 1:46.799 (Tony Colicchio; 1996 BMW M3(3.2L) A7 340whp 2720 w/driver, Nov. 12, 2016 VIDEO)
    2. 1:47.556 (Michael Hedlund; 2009 Porsche GT3 Cup; Michelin slicks; ~360whp/2810lbs w/driver; July 10; results)
    3. 1:49.273 (Bill Brinkop; 99 Vette; A6; 400rwhp/3230lbs w/driver; April 13; NASA qual lap
    4. 1:53.4xx (Billy Johnson; E36 M3; C51; ~270whp/~2700lbs; Dec 10)
    5. 1:53.973, (John Lawrence, '03 Z06, NASA TT3, 350rwhp, 3310 wt w/ driver, A6's) 4/14/2013
    6. 1:54.569 (Andrew Kidd; Miata; NT01; 279whp/2350lbs w/driver; Aug 09)
    7. 1:54.611 Tony Colicchio 1996 BMW M3(2.9L) Hoosier R6, 238whp/2618 w/driver, May 20, 2012
    8. 1:54.751 (Terry Free; 07 ZO6; R6's; 541whp/2980lbs; May 11)
    9. 1:54.934 (Sean Mackenzie; 06 Evo MR; R6; 399whp/3350lbs w/driver; Aug 09; Sheet)
    10. 1:55.187 (Andrew Morton; E36 325is; A6; 237hp/2680lbs; Aug 12, video)
    11. 1:55.35x (Robert Walia; 2011 Z06; MPSC; 505hp/3200lbs without Driver; July 10 2014 VIDEO)
    12. 1:56.8xx (Oli Thordarson; Z06; A6; 373whp/3290lbs w/driver; Aug 10)
    13. 1:57.009 (Robbie Montinola; E36 M3; BFG R1; 240hp/~2750lbs; Dec 09)
    14. 1:59.91x (Jack Olsen; 72 P911; RA1; 214whp/2700lbs w/driver; Apr 07; Video)
    15. 2:00.412 (Marios Komvopoulos; Evo9; RunOff R6s; 316whp/3400lbs w/driver; Feb 12; Sheet))
    16. 2:00.927, (John Lawrence, 2015 Camaro SS 1LE, Goodyear Eagle F1's, 370rwhp, 4000 lbs weight w/ driver, 1/24/2016, Bone Stock, Official Class Track Records)
    17. 2:01.228 (Owen Guo; AP1 S2k; RA1; 198whp/2700lbs w/driver; Apr 09)
    18. 2:01.359 (Emilio Cervantes; 04 Miata; NT01; 169whp/2320 w/driver; May 19, 2012 Video)
    19. 2:02.348 (Ed Nazarian; Evo9; C51; ~345whp/3300lbs w/driver; Jun 08; Video; sheet)
    20. 2:03.5xx (Zhong Cheung; Evo9; NT01; ~420whp/3400lbs w/driver + passenger; Dec 2014; semi dry )
    21. 2:05.344 (William Chen; 99 Miata; NT01; 137whp/2200LB; May 11)
    22. 2:07.322 (Rob Burgoon; 95 Spec Miata; RA-1; 120whp/2355 w/driver; Aug 11)
    23. 2:08.26 (Samurai_Blue; '96 DC4; Nitto NT01; B18C1; 177whp; 9/18/2015)


    Top 25 TRP CW w/T5 Bypass Lap Times
    1. 1:57.013 (Sean MacKenzie; 06 Evo MR; R6; 370whp/3175lbs w/driver; Oct 09; Sheet)
    2. 1:59.404 (John Lawrence; 03 Z06; A6; 365whp/3250lbs w/driver; May 10)
    3. 2:02.948 (Owen Guo; AP1 S2k; RA1; 198whp/2700lbs w/driver; May 09)

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    Thunderhil CCW w/bypass; 2:07.322 (Rob Burgoon; 95 Spec Miata; RA-1; 120whp/2355 w/driver; Aug 11)

    A Spec Miata is on a top 25 list.


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    Thunderhill CCW w/ T5 (Eagle's Nest); 1:48.7 (Mike Hedlund; 2011 Porsche GT3 Cup; Yokohama slicks; ~390whp/2875lbs w/driver; March 12; video)

    -mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by fleadh View Post
    Thunderhill CCW
    So you traipsed all the way to Willows and got in one lap? Bummer - that sounds like one of my track days

    Lots of, umm, glitches in that lap too - it'll be interesting to see what happens when you get in the groove.

    Might you be thinking of the Mar 29 test day? I'm aiming to take the new engine up there that day, although it might be a bit busy with people prepping for the three day SCCA event.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flink View Post
    So you traipsed all the way to Willows and got in one lap? Bummer - that sounds like one of my track days

    Lots of, umm, glitches in that lap too - it'll be interesting to see what happens when you get in the groove.

    Might you be thinking of the Mar 29 test day? I'm aiming to take the new engine up there that day, although it might be a bit busy with people prepping for the three day SCCA event.
    Ya, kind of a bummer... I did get 8-10 laps in on the tires from the previous test day at Infineon before we put on the fresh tires and pads.

    I'll definitely be at the Mar 29 test day if I haven't fixed my driving issue by then. I'll be at next Friday's Infineon test day as well (if they can get my transmission rebuilt in time).

    And what glitches do you mean? I thought it was a pretty good lap.. there was probably another half second in it on the second lap as I took better advantage of the increased grip and those tires really come in on the 2nd or 3rd hot lap (they're a pretty hard compound).

    With Yokohamas the best that car can do over the top is probably a mid-high 1:47. Wolf Henzler did a 1:45.0 over the bypass in the Mercer car at the 25 this year. Comparing a lap from JvO (who was .1 off Wolf at the 25) over the bypass in my car to my lap over the top, I lost about 2.1 seconds between turn 4 and 6. Call it a 2 second difference and that puts them at around 1:47.0 and the Mercer 25 Hour car was on Michelins (probably worth .4-.5 seconds at their best versus Yokohama at their best at TH) and they had a modified motor, RSR gearbox (let's you run the car about 1" lower than a normal Cup) and ABS. :-)

    -mike

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    I was just at T-Hill on Wednesday. I got to go drive one of the GT2 Corvettes and I was able to lay down a 1:43.564 on the fourth lap of the five laps they let me drive it.

    B!tchin' car. That tranny takes some getting used to. I am more accustomed to the whole clutch pedal routine.....

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    ^^^ Nice time Oli! Don't know anything about GT2 Corvettes -- how are they equipped?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard EVO View Post
    ^^^ Nice time Oli! Don't know anything about GT2 Corvettes -- how are they equipped?
    They are only equipped in my dreams. I wasn't there on Wednesday. My envy reading about Flead racing around T-Hill in a Cup car inspired me to get in on the action with some pitiful and disingenuous one-upsmanship. Maybe someday I will get to drive a factory GT car.....

    I am honored though that you actually believed my lie.


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    ^^^ you putz!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard EVO View Post
    ^^^ you putz!
    One of your truest comments ever.
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    Lmao!!!!
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    You lying sack of $h!t. You are worse than VP Cheney, the devil incarnate. I will NEVER believe another word you say. Go suck that moron Santorum's ****.

    Quote Originally Posted by Olitho View Post
    They are only equipped in my dreams. I wasn't there on Wednesday. My envy reading about Flead racing around T-Hill in a Cup car inspired me to get in on the action with some pitiful and disingenuous one-upsmanship. Maybe someday I will get to drive a factory GT car.....

    I am honored though that you actually believed my lie.


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    LMAO!! Richard got punked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fleadh View Post
    And what glitches do you mean?
    hoo boy, we got me started on Thunderhill. I hope Brett has a lot of disk space.

    T1:

    You're off the gas way early, at the start/finish line. In T1 are you really honestly truly staying in it until you see God, then braking with great savageness? I don't think so!

    There is bumpiness in the braking zone there. The car should be skittering and dancing around under brakes - if it isn't, the driver isn't braking hard enough.

    You're sluggish and late getting to the right - you miss the pit wall by one to two car-widths!

    What I suggest you do is to approach 1 in the center of the track, turn to the right, miss the pit wall by a coat of paint then turn the car left, to align with the edge of the track. Turn *sharply* left - don't just cruise around. This left turn is quite aggressive and you should feel the lateral acceleration. All the while, the car is WOT.

    Get the car straightened up running at the very edge of the track and get the driver settled down in preparation for the braking. Still WOT. The car wants to be running dead straight here - no steering input at all. If you really do threshold brake for 1 then you absolutely do not want to be turning at all as the car is skittering around over those corrugations.

    I think that done right, your car could be got running dead straight along the very edge of the track by about the 4 marker, if there was one. That leaves plenty of time to settle a little, pick the marker then brake like hell for 1.

    Another way of looking at it: there are two operations in T1. One is the zig-zag-right to position the car for the turn. The other is the turn itself. You're presently combining the two and as a result you're braking while turning, not braking hard enough, not staying on the gas long enough. So split these two steps apart. Do a few laps where you're *only* working on getting the car to the right. Don't bother about taking 1 quickly - just overbrake and throw the turn away. Once you have the zig-zag-right nailed, then start concentrating on picking the braking marker, threshold braking and turning into 1.

    I brake at the 3 marker in 1, at 122mph. That's early - if the driver was ballsier he could brake at 2.75 or later. Your car could/should be WOT up to the 3.5 marker, perhaps a little later, I reckon.

    T2:

    Not a glitch, but a suggestion. You're taking the conventional line entering 2. Try the flink line, then take a look at the data and see if it helped.

    Stay on the extreme right, WOT. When you reach the 2 marker take a savage turn to the left - full lateral traction, still WOT. Straighten the car up *completely* to point at the inside edge of the track. When you reach the 1 marker, brake like hell and take the inside line around. So you're braking diagonally across the track.

    The reason this approach helps is that you do some of the rotating for 2 while still at full throttle. By the time braking ends, you're already partway around the turn. The later and the harder you can do that twitch to the left, the better - because it means you're further around the turn when braking ends.

    I regularly pick up 2-3 car lengths on guys this way, and it's a great racing line. It's *astonishing* how hard you can brake on that part of the track. I don't know why, really - maybe it's the surface, maybe there's rubber laid down, maybe it's because there's a bit of a dip in the track as the downhill grade is flattening out. But you can brake really late and really hard this way. No steering input *at all* while braking!

    T3:

    You're quite a long way to the left when entering T3. More than most people. Is this really optimal? I'm not sure, maybe it is, but have a think about it.

    I actually enter 3 almost all the way to the right - I try to do the same thing here as I do entering 2. It isn't very effective in 3, because I can't get far enough left between 2 and 3.

    T4:

    You're very late on the gas here. With my puny 240hp I'm WOT before the apex. It could be that you're throwing away 4 to get a more favorable line into 5, and that you do 4 differently when running the bypass. But was throwing away 4 the correct decision?

    T5a:

    I'm surprised that you aren't accelerating in 5a. There's a tremendous amount of grip here.

    I like to come off the cyclone heading down the middle of the track rather than over on the right. So I throw away a bit of time in 5 to get a more favorable entry into 5a. I don't know if this helps.

    T6:

    On both laps you failed to get all the way right to enter 6. This is bad - 6 is the most important turn for cars which take 8 flat, and it's still a pretty important one in your car.

    Aside: that little "straight" between 5a and 6 is the most common place for drivers to screw up at TH. Many people hug the right side and treat that straight as a straight. They shouldn't! The tires should be at 100% lateral load through every inch of that straight - you should be spending the whole time working like hell to get back to the right for 6. If you're not, then you didn't take 5a fast enough. Braking for T6 should be combined with turning to get the car aligned with the edge of the track.

    T8:

    Are you braking super-hard for 8? Should be.

    T9:

    Didn't get all the way right on entry to 9 and failed to use all the track on exit. Might have missed the apex too.

    Not using all the track on the T9 exit is the second most common thunderhill mistake. Like T1, T9 really rewards miserliness with the amount of steering input. For some reason there's lots of grip at the apex, and that crest after the apex doesn't take away as much grip as one might think.

    If you've used every inch of track in 9, you will find that there is a distinct turn to the *right* to head down the hill. It is so sharp that you need to remove some steering input to avoid spinning the car as you go across the crest on the right side of the track.

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    Thanks for the feedback flink!

    T1: my entry speed when I go to the brakes is > 150mph. that's probably why my sequence and line looks a little different. :-)

    T2: i've tried a lot of different lines through there and none of them have shown in data as being faster than any other.. it's basically just a turn to either pass someone on entry or think about what I'm having for dinner.

    T3: i used to stay about a car width from the right on entry but i found with this car i'm able to carry more speed (and thus be faster) through the first half of the turn by going a little wider. i'm still not all the way to the left, but more middle left than middle right.

    T4: by product of needing to be in a straight line to get the car slowed down for the cyclone.

    T6: i find (by looking at data) in the cup cars it's more important to reach the highest MPH between 5 and 6 than it is to use all the track entering T6. that means the acceleration entering T6 won't let you get the car back all the way to the right. basically, you gain much more time in 5-6 than you lose with a slightly sharper entry to T6.

    T8: i don't threshold brake into T8, it's too fast. i just left boot brake. turn is very fast and car needs to be settled to carry the most speed through the middle. i enter at over 130 and have a minimum apex speed of around 112.

    T9: i missed the apex by about a foot because i've been working on carrying more entry speed into corners. it didn't effect my lap time though (faster through 9 than JvO last time he drove my car , and the lap time was the same as his). i didn't need the extra track on exit so i didn't use it. if my car didn't break, i'd have carried even more speed through it on the following lap.

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    Mike such a boss. 1.47.x because race car. 1.47.x because race car driver. lol.

    You make it look sooo easy. I can't imagine what 1:47 lap feels like. Im 22sec off the pace. -__- I'll be happy if i hit a 2:00 flat with new setup. Haven't been there in over 2 yrs.
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    Hah! No 1:47's over the top until next time I'm there, if I'm doing it rite.

    It's also hard to run that fast unless it's an open test day without many other cars there.. otherwise too much traffic.

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    CCW w/ T5 Bypass

    2:00.412 (Marios Komvopoulos; Evo9; RunOff R6s; 316whp/3400lbs w/driver; Feb 12; sheet)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TougeGod7 View Post
    CCW w/ T5 Bypass

    2:00.412 (Marios Komvopoulos; Evo9; RunOff R6s; 316whp/3400lbs w/driver; Feb 12; sheet)
    Hey where was that posted? I was wondering what the Heat #3 times were from that day. My G2X dash showed a 2:05.99 but the downloaded run data showed a 2:06.1 so it is good to know what the actual AMB transponder time was. The slight discrepancy is usually due to the exact position of the start/finish marker on my logger.

    I'm on that list, #15. My fastest time to date with the bypass.

    I'd like to submit my time for the thread.
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    Updates made.

    Anyone planning a trip to Thunderhill should read Flink's notes first.

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