JDub left pit and did a sweeping left to head south about 3:40 pm Monday. His first pass thru counted, but was just to see course, find landmarks, and see what runout looked like about 140, they call that a throw-a-way.
He turns around and made good run to the north, tripping trap at 180+. The first big red buoy is the kilo trap warning set at about 1/2 kilo. Second buoy is entering kilo, 3rd is end of trap, and 4th is runout.
He slows a little and sweeps left in front of pit area and makes run south. He could not find his original track in water and ends up caught in his own parallel rollers from the previous pass. Speed 171+.
A deeper turnaround gives him time to find a clear path and he returns north at 180+. Fast 2-way is 3rd and 4th for average of 176.110.