One Lap Impressions

I was lucky enough to have a Saturday morning free of responsibility on the same day as the finish of One Lap of America (henceforth OLOA).  Naturally, I made an express trip back to South Bend to see the Dry Skidpad finish.  While I was there, I got to see some pretty exciting results, talk to a lot of interesting people, and gain a full understanding for how much work/luck/talent it takes to not only finish, but actually be competitive. While those competing for the overall win have a tremendous budget, there is competition throughout. Some of these teams and their cars have been competing annually for years. The fact that people keep coming back tells me that we are in for an adventure. 

Here are just a few shots from the event. It was pretty soggy at the beginning to be considered a dry event, but things cleared up later in the day.

Here are just a few shots from the event. It was pretty soggy at the beginning to be considered a dry event, but things cleared up later in the day. Carrera GT Spotted!! I love this car. Sadly, this car/driver combo wasn't exactly competitive.