I just spent (what was supposed to be) 2 days with BMW CCA at NJMP Lightning. The weather was great for humans and for turbocharged cars - no rain, mid 70's to low 80's. Some very cool cars; 430 Challenge, 458 Italia, 997 GT3RS, etc. And, of course, awesome time spent with awesome people. I spent the weekend running in Green Solo (advanced solo) and spent a lot of time giving point-by's but it was largely a function of well driven M3's and such that just out power the Fiesta and I am down on experience compared to a lot of guys since it's only my second season. All of my runs were done with traction control fully disabled. And driving on Nitto NT01 tires. But enough of that, after my last experience I wanted to report back after making some changes. After that last track event I posted about at Summit Point Main I: Replaced both front calipers (I thought they were causing noise, turned out to be the bent pads, but oh well) Put in Porterfield R4 pads on the front SPC Camber bolts (maxed out to -2.5deg) New alignment with 1/8" total toe out The car was 1000x better than it was at Summit. Turn-in was a lot crisper and no more squirm or wiggle under braking. It was like driving a totally different car! Saturday (day 1) was great. I was turning 1:23's by the end of the day and that is "only" 2 seconds off a pace set by my friend who's a pretty good racer driving my car. I was pretty satisfied with that. The car still understeers and I spent a lot of time sliding around the track, but it was controllable and fun to play with. I got a lot of comments from people about how much fun the car appeared to be sliding thru turns. Sunday (today) was cut pretty short. I early apex'd T10 and gave it too much throttle and ended up going off to the outside. No big deal...there's plenty of runoff, but after the session was over I brought the car in and was giving it a good going-over and noticed that the front right rotor had a lot of fairly sizable cracks, but nothing I'd consider unserviceable. Then I went over to check the driver's side and the rotor had at least 3 cracks that went to the edge and all the way thru the thickness of the rotor. So needless to say I shut it down. I should have picked up a spare set of rotors when I got the new calipers, but I didn't expect the rotors to go so bad so quickly. The Fiesta is good fun, but the stock components on the car (namely suspension and brakes) aren't meant, in my opinion, for serious track abuse. The brakes aren't sufficiently cooled and I think the suspension is a little soft for the sway bar, but that's just my read on it. It could also be a case of too much grip for the stock running gear. Not much else to report. The highlight is that the camber and alignment tweaks really fixed the instability. The lowlight is that I think stock brakes aren't really up to the challenge of track duty.