Prior to FD Seattle we were able to get some new upgrades to the car. Including EGT sensors for each runner with pressure sensors to help the mad scientist John Reed of John Reed Racing do what he does best. You can never have too much data when tuning and when working with anti-lag there is much more heat and stress on everything. So with these sensors John can set the Motec M1 up to respond as needed based on exhaust gas temps. This is a great combination with the Garrett GTX4294R turbo we are running with our anti-lag system in Ryan's FRS.
Gumout switched up the livery again for FD Seattle, this time going with a style to celebrate the Gumout Heritage and roots involving their role in World War II. The livery turned out killer, one of our favorites this year.
The livery didn't stay nice though as Ryan made a mistake in the most dangerous section of the track. While it was sad to see the car take some damage we are just glad that Ryan made it out safe and sound in one piece. Now are next challenge is going to be getting this car so it's ready for the next round in Texas.
See you all for the next round in Fort Worth, Texas!