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Title:RE: Indianapolis Speeds
Posted By:Scottman on March 30, 2000 IP Logged
On 3/29/00 4:51:03 PM, tmax wrote:
>On 3/29/00 2:38:31 PM, Adam#80 wrote:
>>Hi all,
>>I was wondering what a good COMPETITIVE speed is for online racing at Indy. Now I don't care about fastest "my "purple headed yogurt slinger" is bigger than your "purple headed yogurt slinger""speeds, just what the competitive range is. I did some testing at Indy a little while ago and I was running VERY SMOOTH, comfortable, well handling laps at 174.5xx-175.5xx....I KNOW there are people going faster but most of those are people hellbent in having the fastest times with loose, ill-handling cars and start lap 1 wrecks because they can't control their poorly RACE setup cars. I would appreciate any feedback you guys may have on competitive laps speeds at Indy. Again, this is NOT to find out the fastest speeds ever run but speeds that are often ran commonly by smooth, well-handled drivers who finish most of the races.
>i know im not the fastest, but i run 177.00-178.00 consistently, hitting 179 on occasion. havent practiced there much. use the teamlightspeed setup, but use it on a ford. one thing i learned is more speed can be picked up at any track by varying driving line until you hit on the fastest line. any changes to setups before doing this are many times wasted.

Ya, I run like 177-178's. Ive hit 179 a few times. I only use the ACE setup. Just get the line right! Thats the whole key to turning a good lap.
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