The second fastest raw time of the day went to Phil Leavens in the #151 CM class 1998 Van Diemen RF98 with a time of 201.603.
Unfortunately I missed capturing Phil on the course, however, I did capture his co-driver Zachary Wong who had a combined time of 207.120 seconds. This gave him the 5th fastest raw time of the weekend.
The third fastest raw time of the day went to Godzilla, the #13 Nissan GTR piloted by Tom Kerns from Alberta and with a combined time of 205.596 seconds. This was also the fastest raw time by any street chassis car of the weekend. PAX timing put Tom in 6th overall. It is interesting to note that this PAX time was 18 places ahead of the next nearest PAX finish by our other two RAW time winners.
The fourth fastest raw time of the event went to John Krotez, #89 in C Modified, driving a 1984 Swift DB1.
Then I'm going to jump a couple of open wheel cars to go to the 8th fastest raw time of the day. With what can only be a primal scream of attack, Bob Bundy muscled his #199 C Street Prepared 1992 Mazda Miata to a blistering raw time of 207.350 seconds after all four events were tallied. Bob was on top of the podium for CSP.
He was followed closely by #99 C Street Prepared Matt Zyskowski at 207.394 seconds. Matt and Bob were co-driving the same car!
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Wednesday, June 28, 2017 9:31 PM
It's insane the time the GTR put down... big heavy car dodging cones. Not exactly what I'd call the natural environment for the GTR. Impressive.
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 11:42 PM
I agree. In the future I hope to find out what, if any, modifications have been done. I do understand that it was running on A7's.
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