First, I will say that I was a bit concerned about 1300 entries but the changes that were made to help increase the flow of the event definitely made the difference. I cant think of any angle that wasn't scrutinized to help keep the event running. Great job.
I didn't care for the east course at all. Almost everything was 90 degree turn, straight, 90 degree turn, offsets, 90 degree turn. The finish was the only section that was remotely fun for me and that was just me trying to hit the rev limiter in 2nd before the "big pinch".
I thought the west course was great and I think Scott B nailed the description. There were plenty of places to hang yourself and I saw a lot of people doing just that. However, if you did, you weren't going to take out a bunch of cones unless you were REALLY off line.
For Steve and Chris... where to run? I didn't feel unprepared for the west side and I ran locals and travelled to some national stuff. Maybe you guys got used to zmax? Our Bristol events typically have semi-fast to fast sweepers and some offsets. For concrete experience, you know I like Peru. For me, that is the closest grip we have to Lincoln. I never felt like Blytheville delivered on grip and I don't think Grenada does either but it was mostly wet when I ran there this year. Toledo was better on the old concrete we got this year. I have no interest in running on the newer lot where they park the Jeeps.
And now you have my $.02 which won't even get you a piece of gum.
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