The results for the afternoon session are in. Rafael placed 38th. We moved down a few spots to 20th overall. We have known for a few days this drop in overall places would occur as two teams with hot shoes had mistakes in the first day that put them way behind. It was only a matter of time. We are quite pleased with our effort and position. The track is very technical and I had a huge advantage on Rafael as this was my 3rd time at the Hallet Motor Racing Circuit with the One Lap of America.
That said, we continue to stay ahead of Neil and Woody who are 33rd overall. Team M Dorphn is now first in class though as their main competition had mechanical issues in transit last night and took a DNF (did not finish) for the morning session. Those big fat zero's are never good on a points score card.
One very small gloat though (sorry Neil) - while Neil stepped up his game this afternoon after driving this morning, he still did not best my session time. Close, but no cigar. I was a little giddy at this as I have never had a faster time than Neil in previous One Laps.
I am going to sign off for the evening. We'll get some more videos posted. We have a great evening of entertainment planned as Sirius XM Radio will be carrying the Caps/Rangers game from The Garden.
C-A-P-S.....CAPS, CAPS, CAPS!!!!!!
The M3 at Turn 9
The 1M at Turn 9