I finally sat down and decided to run the last of the Enduros on the Memory card I use for comps. All that remained was the 78 Laps at Mistral. I was up against a Nissan R390-GT1, Mazda 787B, S2000LM, Toyota GT-One, and one other car. I chose to run the R390-GT1 with no power mods, some suspension tweekage, and T2 Tires. First off I'd like to say, DAMN that 787B is awfully fast. Thankfully, with the tires I was running I only had to pit twice. Once on lap 28, and again on 56. I was running fairly consistent laps in the 1'33-1'35 range once the tires heated up. Of course the only real competition in this race was the 787B. If it hadn't been pitting in every 4 laps I would have lost, and lost badly. We tossed the lead back and forth, with me pulling ahead or back into the lead at each of its pit stops. I got passed the last time on lap 70. The 787B was pulling about 1-2 full seconds faster each lap than I was. I saw doom looming in the future as I wasn't gonna catch up unless he either pitted in, or spun off into the bay. Either option would have made me very happy. Especially, as I had more than two hours invested in this. As we took the last turn, 787B leading by 3-5 full seconds. Imagine my elation when the durn thing pulled off into the pits on lap 76. I knew that I had to grab the lead, and get at least 8 seconds ahead, and hold my lead to the Finish line. When I won the race the 787B was within spittin' distance. I was very happy that it was considerably shorter than the Race at R246, which I had completed a few days previously. Anyway, I managed a "double whammy" on the prize car front. I won the F686, and as it was the last race in the series. I took the prize car for that. A bright shiny F094H. As I have been lucky of late with the Enduros, I have sold the 686 (it was my third). I may try to clean up the Formula GT with the the 094. Or I may just try the R390 with some added power, and a pit strategy.