Congratulations to Jonathan on his win! He was mowing down the tree and tearing it up on the course! I managed to narrow the gap enough to .153 on Sunday and make it into the Super Challenge. They paired Jonathan and I up against each other. We both cut mid 500 lights. He was on the left course and I on the right. The right course was about .3 seconds slower for both of us. I managed to come in with about a .6 second lead considering the course difference. We swapped sides and unfortunately Jonathan red lit which is the last thing I wanted to see. Hopefully we will get a chance to dual it out again in the future! I like analyzing numbers. Removing our reaction times, the difference in total time on course was only .011 between the two of us. I had the slight advantage but a .737 light on the right side on my fastest run cost me the win. I have heard mention from other FoST owners about inconsistent reaction times possibly due to the flap that hangs down below the front fascia. I did not experience that at Lincoln but it seems I may have at Toledo. I know the SCCA has multiple sets of equipment so maybe the height is slightly different in the gear used at Lincoln vs Toledo? It sucks that we cannot add a flapper to a street class car. I probably will write a letter and bring it up at the Town Hall meeting. The other simple option would be to allow us to trim that piece minimally as needed to prevent the issue. A 1/2 inch would probably do it and not provide any other advantage. I see that as the largest weakness of the FoST so far. I previously mentioned that the SRT4 was a threat along with the Genesis Coupe. This event shows the SRT4 is a capable contender to the FoST. The Celica previously beating Strano in his FoST at a Pro (.3x margin) is another event showing the Celica as a contender. In talking with Andy the owner, they feel it is course dependent and want the Focus to stay as it is also helping build numbers in the class. Here is a another data point to add: 2012 SCCA Solo National Championship RTR National Champ - Keeley (2010 Genesis Coupe R-Spec 2.0t) - 113.131 RTF National Camp - Barber (2005 SRT4 ACR) – 113.313 Both G Stock street tire indexes. A .182 advantage to the Genesis Coupe. So at least at a Solo the Genesis can hang with the SRT4. Adding some of these data points up leads me to believe we have at least three other cars that have shown they are capable of VERY similar performance, i.e. SRT4, Genesis Coupe, and Celica.