We had our share of problems but the biggest was that I was clueless on tire pressures. This was just our second event with them and I started off wrong then went the wrong direction. Someone straightened me out in time for the SM race and suddenly we closed the 1 second gap to the top cars. I think my fastest race lap was less than 0.1 off the best (congrats to Dave Hechler on the SM track record and Tom for the ITA record) but they were much more consistent.
Steve and others if you have thoughts on the subject. In my limited experience playing with tire pressures, it is better to go out too high and then back down then to go out too low and try to find the right pressure. Seems like if I go out too low I may never build enough heat in the tires to make an educated guess on how much I should go up on the next session.