Over the scanner some of you probably heard, Tony said that it took about 3 laps to get his car up to par after adjustments that night. He did have a good change for a little bit, but the car lost it. We were keeping track of his times around vs. the leader's during the race off & on.
But not bad, 11th for the problems he had. One pit road was driver error he said.
So glad the rain stayed away for the actual race. Rain poncho came handy, until walking on the way back down the activities stuff outside the track, back to weather coming in. Poncho in bag with someone else ahead of me & the rains let go.....poured. By the time we got to the vehicle, we were soaking wet. Rained a good while, then quit finally. Dried off by race end. Sun burnt too, face anyway.
"We know that Mother Nature is a woman. If she were a man, there would be no rain on race day."