Join Date: Jul 2005
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It's not too hard to do, you divide the track length by the lap time.
For example, the winning race time at Indy, the race was 25 laps of 1 mile each, so 25 miles distance, and the winning time was 15:48.25, so 0.263 hours
25/0.263 = 94.9 miles per hour averaged over race distance.
now no offense to Lars but I doubt he'll be on that kinda pace, but at Flattrack you're not generally that far off of the top guys either. Anyhow, you know how to do the math now beav?
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