here is a video i made from last weekend autocross in houston!
I miss the old location my region used to use. It was an old Navy airfield consisting of two crossing runways. With the taxi ways it made a nice figure eight. We had an S2000 driver who designed courses so the faster cars could definitely get above highway speeds.That looks like a really fast course. I only saw one slalom, everything else looked like gradual sweepers.
That's a course I'd be floored out and holding most of the time. I couldn't hear the RPM's over the music, but it sounded kinda like you were feathering gas.
I don't know how long you've been autocrossing, but that was my problem when I first started. My instructor (2nd place in CSPL Nationals this year) really ground into me that in autocross, either you are full throttle or full brakes. Once I started thinking like that, my times improved dramatically. But I'm not perfect, nor an expert. I can still improve.
Our local courses are tight with many slaloms and chicago boxes. So it's on the gas 5 seconds, then slam the brakes (but not too hard, or you'll flat spot your tires), back on the gas, slam the brakes......
Yes, then you are correct.they are the kumho xs tires which are mounted correct the labels that say facing outward.
but thanks for the look out