The first session was interesting. There was a lot of spin outs and bumping. Also the track took a little getting used to. It wasn't like any other track I'd been on before. You literally slid around every corner. Not because you wanted to but because the track surface and tyres made you.
The people who attended the night were Richard O'shea, Rob (visitor), Micheal Cardinal, Peter Bowen and his son Chris, Me and a mate of mine Dave. We were put with another small group that joined us on the track. The results of the first sessions fastest lap was as above.
As you can see I had taken the honours for the fastest lap in the first session with a 30.881sec. Going down the list Brad was from the other group, followed closely by Muzzi which was Michael Cardinal, then Craig from the other group, then Aquilla which was Peter Bowen, then my mate Dave, then Rocky which was Richard O'shea, then a couple of ladies from the other group, then Chris Bowen, then a few more from the other group and then lucky last our visitor Rob.
Before the next session started Richard announced that he had bought a trophy for night. The person who was deemed to be the quickest of the night won the trophy. This changed things a bit and made everyone want to win more. Michael Cardinal was keen to take it home. We all got back into the carts keen to race. We didn't keep the original carts we were in so we weren't sure on if the cart we were in now was faster or slower. Turns out they are all the same.
I started from the rear of the field with intentions of catching and passing everyone. It was a fierce battle. There was again a few more spin outs on the track and some slow drivers taking up the track but I managed to pass everyone and got Michael on the very last lap. All we had to do now was check the score board to see who took home the Peter Brock King of the Mountain trophy.
It all came down to the times. Everyone was sure that they had gone slower than before but that was not the case. Everyone had improved there first time. Some had improved by 3 seconds. We all checked the score board. And the results speak for themselves.
And as you can see if was a victory for me. But not only that, for all Toyota fans out there we had taken the race 1st, 2nd and 3rd. I guess all the Nissan drivers don't know how to drive. Maybe next time they might turn up. :)