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Last Post 11 Jun 2014 07:52 PM by  rtp.rick
Washington DC Pro Solo Index Results
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28 Apr 2014 06:10 PM

    Attached are PDFs of the Index Results from the Washington DC Pro Solo.  Note, as usual, the "Class Pos." column indicates final class position.

    Please let me know if you see any errors.  Again, I have had to enter (or check) each side's best time.

    I'm please to see a whole bunch of classes represented that are within 2 seconds of the top spot.  Also, a little surprised ro see a SMF car at the top (both sides).  Nice job Brian Kuehl.

    H's & K's,
    Rick Ruth

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    29 Apr 2014 11:44 AM

      Also, a little surprised ro see a SMF car at the top (both sides).  Nice job Brian Kuehl.

    H's & K's,

    Rick Ruth

    I suppose it is not very surprising. 

    To put it in perspective. Take Type Rs are in DSP that somewhat use to be competitive, I know because I prepped one for DSP.  SMF index is allowing these type Rs / Integra in DSP run SM rules.  then DSP has to raw time SMF time by .6 on combined course time to win SPB.   I'm just saying the theoretical part of the SMF index got left out.   I think Rick's index is sufficient to some degree but the pro solo index for SMF is more than off.  Rules are rules and im up for a rematch at Wilmington.



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    29 Apr 2014 04:13 PM
    .842 for SMF ProPax is SUPER Soft.
    RustoWRX
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    29 Apr 2014 10:12 PM
    Thanks Rick!

    Tightly packed grouping after the first two.
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    30 Apr 2014 06:33 AM

    In the Final Index Results, there are 68 vehicles within 2 seconds of the top time (29% of the entry).  I'd say the numbers are pretty close.  And, until now, no SMF vehicle has ever been scored that high.  The Index factors are a constantly (annually) changing set of numbers.  When indicated, they change.

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    Rick Ruth

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    01 May 2014 05:33 PM
    No SMF vehicle has even been close to maximizing the ruleset until this one.

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    11 Jun 2014 07:52 PM
    I have reattached the PDFs in the first post above. I can't remove the badly linked ones. So, the second set of three PDFs is what to open.

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    Rick Ruth
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