Yesterday was great... some very quick runs. For those who don't know, they use a formula to determine how good the air is for tuning the cars... simply put, they use actual altitude + humidity + air temp + barometric pressure and punch that all into the formula to get a "corrected altitude" for tuning... Hard the make good HP in bad/thin air... for example, last week in Denver, the track is at 5,800' but with the other factors, it had a corrected altitude of over 9,200'. In Sonoma last night the corrected altitude was less than 200' which made for high HP and great runs... Funny Cars were in the very low 4s and 3-4 of them got into the 3s! Forgot to lock my truck, but it was OK no one bothered it. Pics to come as soon as I finish editing them.
"You lock the door and throw away the key. There's someone in my head, but it's not me."
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Last edited by roadkill; 07-28-2013 at 11:21 AM.