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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
Not doing the community justice...I apologize in advance...first run
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwqJY8plGVD0UWNnVzhXSzhaa0E

2nd with "pro tree"
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwqJY8plGVD0LXF2aTE4aFkwV2M

3rd
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwqJY8plGVD0WndHT0c1ZWtvV0U

4th solo, with launch control and pro tree,
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwqJY8plGVD0cGlwZmZwMzhHcGs

5th -got weeee bit nervous halfway down track-likely would have been THE PASS, had I not wimped out
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwqJY8plGVD0Q1dJMUtjSXF0d0E

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added 4 more clips, to original, more to add later, none of which were earth shattering.

Got a lot of passes towards end of night but forgot extra camera batteries so only have 2-3 more passes to trim.
>:)

EDIT just checked, all remaining recorded time is waiting in pits, but like i said, I did not set any personal records anyway, will check timeslips later, but doubt I even matched my best from last year, 10.2
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Awesome. I just street my skrr but it's almost time for the strip in my dads chevelle. Any time down the track is good.
Is that a '70 Chevelle in Pro Stock trim?

Probably fast, I saw a 4x4 Ford Super Crew Cab diesel, with car slick tires, go 10.003 @136mph that night, and he easily would have gone 9.8 had he not lost traction about 200 feet off start, and broke left.
Impressive for as much as that thing weighs, with full interior, Street truck.

The last pass I posted, to quote Pascal Picotte from Road Atlanta when asked on LIVE TV about the AMA Superbike race, dropping over the crest and down the hill for turn 10, and finding the Ambulance on the racing line, without any flags waving prior, " I about $hit myself! "

It swung back, much too fast, and I wasn't expecting it because the launch was fairly decent, AND I was right at half track (660' and well North of 100mph), easily lost at least half a second forward progress, throttling back, as I had thought I wouldn't need clutch help anymore. Should have kept 1 digit on clutch lever, wouldn't have lost as much time.
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