Pushing Type Rs beyond their skill

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Both type R's were missing turn in points, these were soloed drivers? I guess with Covid its lead and follow and no in car instruction?

I have mixed feelings about Shenandoah, I took 2nd place in the RedLine Time attack event there in 2006 in 2WD mod. in 2007 I put my new C6 Corvette into the wall exiting 18 where is almost no runoff.

After that I ran a caged Miata and that car was perfect for that track you could just toss it into the Karusell at ~60 mph . One year at Track Daze we ran it clockwise the 2nd day that was fun.

its slippery in the wet.
 
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Yeah my c7 Zo6 friend prefers main course where long wheel base and legs can stretch out more

I really enjoyed Shenandoah. Very technical. Couple crappy turns the pavement crowned against you

The type R were very undisciplined, young kids that thought their modded Honda’s were
Porsche’s

I got out of that group as fast as possible
 

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They made Shenandoah with the off camber corners on purpose. Off track excursions used to be a automatic return to the pit lane and a discussion with someone.
 
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