Each column represents a vehicle driven on different racing lines. For example, the first row of the first column is the time for the Miata driven on its own line. The second row represents the Miata driven on the Porsche's racing line, and so on. It is expected that when a vehicle is driven on its own line (large font) the lap time will be the quickest. Otherwise, Al has not done his job very well.
|Line||Miata||GT3 RS||Moto||F1 beta|
Opened in 1991, Putnam Park has established itself as a popular Midwestern circuit, and continues to make improvements targeting user-friendliness and safety. Many car and racing clubs hold annual events at this race course, and track day opportunities abound as well.
The C configuration at Putnam Park includes a version of the Times Square section. I also included the Loop in this map to give you an idea for the line there in case it's being utilized in your track day. If you know of any video demonstrating the racing line through this section, please use the "Suggest a resource or video" in the Additional Resources to send it along. Otherwise, please see the Putnam Park Road Course article for the full writeup + videos. Thanks!