Laughlin Pit Speeds

klaus

Administrator
Speed measured with Radar Gun at the top or end of pit row on Saturday.

Number - Driver - mph

1000 Martin 82
1002 D Hunter 80
1003 Anderson 82
1004 Kincaid 72
1005 Kordonowy 81
1006 Tavis 70
1007 Sessa 80
1008 Dalke 79
1009 David Kordonowy 72
1010 Letner 83
1011 Brookshire 72
1012 Myers 84
1013 J Hunter 91
1014 Yee 63
1017 Landersman
1018 Browne 78
1019 Schmidt 83
1020 Ridings 73
1049 Finke 62

1614 Eric Allen 65
1648 King Dave 63
1600 Jeffrey 66
1606 Roberts 66
1602 Stoner 61

102 TSCO 110
103 Lugo 110
104 Gaughan 104
105 Wilson 104
100 Truggy 115
110 McMullen 93
111 Ebberts 98
112 Marking 116
113 Lofton 107
114 Dean 96
116 Brant 106
115 R. Baldwin 93
118 Darland 111
117 Myers 110
119 Hovey 94
120 Wilson 93

553 Shermak 63
554 Sack 58
556 Lakin 58

Most Class 8 96
Most PTs 96

11 Dondel 111
1 Herbst 106

701 Wazneck 87
S&S 86
709 Kreuger 99
722 Swanty 67
700 Turner 96
705 77
Fire Guys 63

300 Moss 78
861 Marc Stein 73
860 Hummer 65
Bob Land 68
 

JasonHutter

Well-Known Member
Hey Klaus, thanks for doing that. The way my weekend went, I wasn't in the mood. It just shows me we need a bigger motor!

Jason
 

FABRICATOR

Well-Known Member
Very cool klaus! Where's the rest of the TT's?

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El Chinero

Well-Known Member
Generally
T-T 105
1 110
PT 96
1600 65
51600 58

"Uphill Dyno" had everyone at top speed halfway up the hill. Appeared that the drive out of the last infield corner and NO lifting over the little roller jumps dictated the top speeds

Job requires:
car number recognized
car number written
speed locked-in
speed written
= minimum of three hands & two sets of eyes

lucky to have an assistant for the Tens
WIll hire a lackey next time ...

Tony T
El Chismoso
 

klaus

Administrator
Tony you rock.
thanx for the times.... How about Helicopter speeds over Pit row... ;-)
 
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