2016 SCCA Runoffs Presented by Garmin VIRB - T1 Race

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Event Details

Session Notes
Touring 1 field rolls onto Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for the first of the final three National Championship races at the 2016 SCCA Runoffs presented by Garmin VIRB. Delete
Ross Murray starts from the Tire Rack pole and Michael Pettiford is eligible for the Super Sweep Delete
Green flag and Murray shakes off a charge from Andrew Aquilante to lead through the esses. Delete
Lap 1, Tim Myers spins at the Carousel and continues after the field passes. Delete
Lap 2, order is Murray, Aquilante, John M. Buttermore, Scotty B. White and Mark Boden. Delete
Lap 4, Ronald Hugate is off in the trap on the front straight just before the start/finish line. Delete
Full Course Yellow for Hugate's stuck car. Delete
Lap 5, under caution, running order is Murray, Aquilante, Buttermore, White, Boden, Kristofer Olson, Pratt Cole and David Sanders. Delete
Green flag as field completes Lap 5 and Murray stays up front. Delete
Lap 6, Aquilante blows engine in Thunder Valley and pulls off course with an oil fire. Safety crews at the scene quickly. Delete
Lap 8, running order is Murray, Buttermore, White, Boden and Olson. Delete
Lap 8, FCY for oil on track and Aquilante's stranded car on course. Delete
Green expected next time by on Lap 11. Delete
Green flag! Viper-Vette-Viper battle in the top three. Delete
Lap 12, Buttermore goes high entering the Keyhole and White passes for second. Delete
Lap 13, Murray opens up the lead to nearly three seconds as Buttermore closes on P2 White. Delete
Lap 14, Buttermore noses into White to take second exiting the Keyhole as White slows and loses more positions. Delete
Lap 14, Boden goes off and on entering the Carousel, continues, but loses third to Cole on the front straight. Delete
Lap 18, top three spread out with Murray up front by nearly eight seconds, Buttermore is second, and Cole is 13.2 seconds back to third. Delete
Lap 19, slight off and on for Cole out of Turn 1 lets Boden, Olson and White close. Delete
Two to go and Cole, Boden, Olson and White are in a tight train battling for final podium spot. Delete
White Flag for leader Murray. Delete
Coming down to the White Flag, Boden falters again and both Olson and White get by for P4 and P5. Delete
Checkered Flag for Touring 1 National Championship and race winner Ross Murray. John M Buttermore is second and Pratt Cole third. Delete
Live Chat
hello ohio Delete
Mostly stock HA! What a joke. 120 horsepower. Please. Didn't Drago advertise 135 hp on his website... Delete
Great race let's go Hille Delete
Looks like the live T&S is dead. Delete
Great race! Delete
HUGE thanks to Sydney Davis for live-streaming the race from her phone for the folks who can't get this video feed to work! Delete
Kutil works at Honda too! Delete
Has anyone else lost audio? Delete
Video stream not working? Delete
Working now! Woo hoo! Delete
Stream finally working on Firefox w/ AT&T after 2 days. Thanks for whatever you did to fix it! Delete
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. Delete
What no white flag one to go! Thatsucked Delete
No...winglets did not get installed on race cars then on aircraft.... Delete
Is the AS video available somewhere? Delete
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. Delete
Smart move Rick, trust me, I've heard Randy sing. Delete
Is Steven Hussey ok? Delete
anyone? Delete
As soon as one is available, please give us an update on Steve's condition- Delete
Only 14 FFs this year... down from 24 last year runoffs.. yeesh. Delete
Old guys rule, Go Bob! Show Colin how to do it! Delete
Would love to know why the second one was waived off... should have already been able to get the debris if that was it. Delete
Debris was left for the start.. so not that. odd. Delete
The second no start was called by Race Control, it was not a wave off by the Starter. My GUESS is that they did not have all the damaged cars off the track. Delete
Pretty sure there was just the one damaged car from the first wave off and he's still in the same spot he pulled off to, near the tires. Delete
I think you should say something about Mark Hoover T1 how would have been there, but his WIFE die. Delete
sorry to hear that Delete
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. Delete

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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 #

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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.