When I got there I realized I left my GoPro at home, so no footage of me running the course. I did take a few pictures while lined up in the starting blocks with my group.
We each got 4 runs in the morning and 3 runs in the afternoon. On my first two runs, I went off course. Remember that the track course is outlined with little orange cones and the organizers made a crossover point right in the middle, so it was shaped a bit like an infinity symbol. The crossover was, in my opinion, badly marked with the cones too close - my brain was screaming that it was the wrong place to go, just the gap between two neighbouring cones. On run 3, I managed to get all the way through and set my first time of 99.398 seconds. Each run from there got faster as I learned the course and pushed the car harder. My last lap time was 85.2 seconds. To me, it felt pretty fast but remember I'm going up against performance street cars and several dedicated race cars.
My best time was dead last, but I was only 7 seconds behind a beautiful Porsche 930 Turbo with the big whale tail. Obviously the car wasn't being pushed at its limits, but I'll take that statistic any day.
I can't post the full results file since Blogger can't insert a PDF file... The best lap of the day was a 57.053 from a Corvette Z06, followed closely by an awesome 2004 Volkswagen R32 with all-wheel drive.