Lap Record

Some articles on lap, lap record, laps:

Slingshot Pass - L
... Lap of honour A non-competitive lap taken before or after the race by a driver in celebration ... Also known as a lap of honor, or, if after the race, a victory lap ... Lap record Fastest race lap recorded at a circuit for a category of race car ...
1957 Isle Of Man TT
... The race was initially led by Bob McIntyre riding a Gilera motorcycle who beat the lap record for the Junior TT race from a standing start in 23 minutes ... On lap 1, John Surtees riding for MV Agusta had to stop at the pits to change a spark plug, followed by Bob McIntrye who had to change a plug on the ... A delay in the pits on lap 3 for Dickie Dale of 3 minutes and 38 seconds to replace a smashed windscreen allowed Bob McIntyre to regain the lead ...
Snetterton Motor Racing Circuit - Lap Records
... As Snetterton was originally an airfield, most of the lap is spent going at full throttle in a straight line ... The current lap record officially stands at 56.095 (125.27 mph) set by Klaas Zwart, during a BRSCC meeting in August 2007 ... He was even faster in qualifying, setting an unofficial lap record of 54.687 (128.50 mph) ...
Ahvenisto Race Circuit
... The track's unofficial lap record, 110.000, is held by the 1982 Formula One World Champion Keke Rosberg ... The official lap record, 113.226, was driven by Marko Nevalainen in a Formula Three car on September 16, 2000 ... Two-time Formula One champion Mika Häkkinen broke the lap record for Carrera Cup class on May 29, 2004, recording a time of 119.905 with his Porsche Carrera ...
Bob Mc Intyre (motorcycle Racer) - Career - Gilera and The World Championship Grand Prix
... He broke the lap record with a 97.42 mph (156.78 km/h) and his race average was 94.99 mph (152.87 km/h) ... In celebration of the Golden Jubilee, the Senior was run over eight laps, a race of 302 miles (486 km) ... The extra fuel weight didn't stop him from making a 99.99 mph (160.92 km/h) first lap ...

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