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Old 02-15-2001, 07:29 PM   #1
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Location: Santa Cruz, CA USA
Post RS Lap times at Laguna Seca or Sears PT?

I am curious as to what a good lap time for a RS is around the three tracks we have in northern california: Laguna Seca, Sears Point and Thunderhill. I currently vintage race my '65 Porsche 356 at these tracks and was wondering how the track times of these cars would compared to my "antique" car.
My best lap times:
Sears Point 2:10
Laguna Seca 2:01
Thunder Hill 2:24
I would think an RS would be quicker due to more HP and modern suspension.

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Old 02-22-2001, 09:11 PM   #2
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'98 WRX 4 dr/WRX 2
white. blue.


Hi Vintage racer, My WRX laps Laguna Seca at1:43s on a cold day. On warm days 1:45-1:47s. My Vintage Alfa runs in 1:54s regularly. Which vintage organization do you race with? SCCA or POC or with Steve Earl? I still run some vintage events with VARA and I had a very nice 356C for years. If you want to know what a RS could do at Laguna, contact Skywalker at the Bay area I-club chapter. He knows cause he was there with us in January. Good Racings to you. TCRA2/Emil
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