- Mesa, Arizona
- I beg your pardon!
Sorry, but just have to rant for a minute, lol. I've been at it for the last hour or so with no improvement. I've been up by as much as .600 on my ghost but always seem to lose it by the end of the lap. I have hit certain turns perfectly but can't seem to duplicate it or string them all together and its really pissing me off. I know the perfect line and I'm almost there, so close but yet so far away. I can feel the greatness wanting to burst forth, but for whatever reason, it hides away by laps end. I tell you, I am right on the edge of greatness here, lol. Just one flick of the wheel, one dab of the brake away of busting out into greatness, lol. Alright, I'm done.
Seriously tho, if I can just settle down and put a decent lap together, I might come out with a pretty good lap. If anyone has any tips, it would be appreciated. I seem to start losing all my time after the 2nd right hander after all the ess turns. I can see its going to be a long night into the morning hours.
Hope you enjoyed my attempt at humor in my opening statement, lol. Just needed to let off some steam and take a break for a minute. Girlfriend is out of town again so its pretty lonely here, just needed someone to talk to, lol. Alright, off I go for another session, wish me luck, lol.
I think we all pretty much feel that way. That's why we put so much time in it. It's that:
"Okay, just one more lap and I know I am gonna bust this wide open!" "Oops, screwed up there, but wait, one more and I can fix that and really knock their socks off." "Crap, messed that start up, what time is it?" "I can get one more lap in before she calls me to dinner for the 5th time." "Okay, here goes the perfect lap."
Yep, that pretty much sums it up. Aint it great? Uh oh, got to go, she's calling again!
But first, let me put in my latest splits. Still working the kinks out of the chicane, but when I do, whoa, look out!