We rolled into Race Day excited about seeing what we could accomplish. We made a decent pass the night before, but were a little off pace. So me and Randy brainstormed about what we needed to do to pick the pace up some, in hopes of going a couple rounds. We dug in, in the heat of the day making some changes. It was brutal hot, so with small tire radials you have to wait till the track cools down a little. At 4pm track temp was 154 degrees! We pushed up to make a pass about 6:30, that would give us about an hour of cool down to review data. Made it to the burnout box and started to stage, and it started to drizzle rain. That pushed us going into round 1 off the trailer. We opted to keep those changes and try our luck not knowing if it was gonna work or not. When we staged the car, the car jump the beams so we got the red light. Being short on time, we had 30 minutes to get back up there if we wanted a test pass. We did, the tune was a little too hot and it kicked the tires before the 60ft cone. Still got some work to do this week, next Carolina N/T race is in 2 weeks in Darlington. Be there for some killer action!
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