Just to correct the broadcasters, FB or Formula 1000 was originally a Canadian class called Formula 4. Class started back in the mid 70's using 750 cc motorcycle engines . The class has actually been around for a long time. I drove a Formula 4 Vixen for 10 years, and we did race at a number of U.S. tracks including Mid-Ohio.
Who wrote the comment in "session notes" that the wheel bumping before the start of the Formula Continental from Saurino and LaRue was "a little gamesmanship"? That attitude and that action is sickening! It is, at best, poor sportsmanship! I would have black flagged both.
Just to clear up any misconceptions. The Starter decided BOTH waveoffs without input from anyone else. There were specific reasons for both and he could have waved them off a third time had he wished.
Data Display Key:
Green, Yellow, Red or Black (Checker) background to header menu is current flag condition
Purple section at top: Best OA Time, Segments and Trap with car #
Top line of data per car - Current lap segments and speed trap
Bottom line of data per car - Best segments per car
Green text - Personal Best
Purple text - Overall best
Green or Purple background - Personal or overall best was most recent sector or lap
Once first segment is complete, previous lap info disappears. For instance, if S1 and S2 are populated and S3 is blank, car is in S3.