Its only 2.3 miles or something like that.
Not large at all.
I ran maybe 1 tank the entire day.
Went with a full tank and at lunch time I filled to about 3/4, my gas light was not on.
The straightaway is def shorter than summit main.
T1 seemed narrow, but fairly fast right, up into T2 who's apex is at the top of a blind hill, you come over it feeling like you're gonna run wide. But there is ample track to use, bang one out and swing into a chicane, that goes right, then left, then gun it thru a quick right, up 1 on it over a hill, front wheel in the air, then let off a little, set up for a very quick but sharp right and down a lil straight, bang out 1 gear, then drop into what feels like a 90 degree left, then up a lil straigh to another fast and seemingly narrow right, down another short straight, then hook right into a long opening sweeper.
As the sweeper opens up, bam, it hooks into a fishhook right, then by the time you do tha, you're picking it up and cranking it right back over to the other side for a looong sweeping left, then a right, left chicane, that's basically straight and under the bridge to a very fast final turn, down the straight.
It was about low 50s upper 40s in the AM.
The "I" group had a crash that resulted in a red flag EVERY session in the am.
The 1st 3 sessions we got maybe 7 laps.
Most were lowsides, a few highsides, 1 dude crashed on the last turn, supposedly high sided unto his face and then got knocked in the head by some case covers, while sliding by a couple passing bikes. Heard he has a concussion but it ok.
I met a few guys from 1000rr.net, had fun dicing it up with 1 who used to race.
Once the CRs stopped everything and basically cussed us out the wrecking stopped. Only a few lowsides, one right infron of me by some genius that passed me and my forum buddy in that increasing sweeper, and who's raceline was alll jacked up.
The very next lap he wrecked going into to sweeping left after the fishhook.
All the bikes that I recall seeing that wrecked, had michelins.
That's just what I saw.
Great track, loved it, I'm finally getting a hang of passing people on the outside, and you know what, its awesome.
Coming up someones inside is nice, but straight owning someone on the outside is just the best thing ever.
Especially when the person in question kept smoking me out of turns with his powerful ZX10R. Lol.
I think after this weekend, NESBA is gonna clamp down on illegal passes a lot next season. From what I heard, a lot of people simply did not pay attention to the passing rules in their class.
If you can ride this track do it.
Put it on your calendar as a "must do"
And tho it has a lil patch work already, its done very well, and you won't feel them.
Trust me, I tested all of the patches.