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Tyler Dahl Verified Driver Series Champ
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I refer to turn 5 as Clarks corner [Big Grin] , that's were he always makes his first lap passes and it's a left hander.

Turn 3 is fast and it's safe to go off and not hit anything and work your way back onto track. Watch out in tooele turn, if you go wide there is a chance of shooting back across track and ruining your day.

I'm 6'1" - 6'2" depending on my shoes and I look like Mr. Incredible when i'm in my race suit. Just ask Dave and Jon how good I look in it.

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Tyler Dahl
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Tyler Dahl Verified Driver Series Champ
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Here's the first 2 laps of an outer loop race in july.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbWJkpGxS8E

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Dan M Verified Driver
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Tyler- I would be happy to lend you a suit that fits you better. With your current suit, we are all getting to see far more of you than we ever planned.

Nice video, good times...

John Mueller Verified Driver Made Donation to Website
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I know, loaded question... What would be a respectable "mid-pack" lap time on the outer loop?

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Drago Verified Driver Made Donation to Website Series Champ
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About a 1.5 seconds or so slower than the car sponsore by Jesus [Smile]

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Tyler Dahl Verified Driver Series Champ
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Depends on the weather, the fastest time i've seen on the outer loop is a 2:18.7 by Dan M. This last weekend the fastest that we could turn in the race were 2:20's. If the conditions are right and Jesus is on your side I think some people might hit 2:17's, no wind, 80 degrees, and a good drafting partner. Mid pack 2:19-2:20's

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I agree. You'll need 2:17's to win but 2:19-2;22's mid pack. And 3:15's if you'd like to be last.

 
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