Mark and I had some fun at Summit Point this weekend, until I my 2-day old s-belt transformed into spaghetti (cause TBD) :-/ I have some video to share with you all but havenâ€™t edited it to just the fun bits yet (sometime later this week); thought this picture made a good teaser I only have a front camera so it will be me following him as we charge through the "advanced" field :arf: He brought his GP2 with 215 R888s and Carbotech pads Mine is the r53 jcw but ohlins/swift suspension and PFC08 pads The GP2 has the hp/tq advantage and r-comps but I think my suspension is a bit better than the factory GP2 stuff. I was on 215 Z2* instead of my preferred 225 r-comps which meant I had to brake earlier than I am used to, but it was Markâ€™s first time tracking the GP2 so we ended up fairly close on pace with him having a slight advantage once he got a hang of the car. I drove his car on the street after and the clutch was shockingly light compared to a r53 which felt quite odd to me but it has that midrange punch that helps it pull out of the tight corners harder than mine. Unfortunately we use different data collection so we canâ€™t easily compare telemetry to objectively see differences in how the car generate pace. I should stick my AiM in his car next time for a session or two so we canâ€¦ It came to an end when my mini shredded its s-belt which sent the water temp to 263+ real fast as it was at the end of a session. In true mini spirit Mark helped me swap on my spare belt (which involved driving me home and back to the track as I brought a spare belt but not the tension tool argh!) and after topping off the reservoir with some tap water I was able to drive home without it getting over 200F. I didn't see anything obvious as it why to ate a 2 day old belt so I took it really easy driving home after checking that the oil and coolant didnâ€™t look mixed.