onto the start of my timed lap, I catch two Moslers going slowly
through the turns. It is unclear what they are doing and I waste
too much time getting by them. This makes my timed lap a 2:08.
I consider staying out another lap but again hit traffic and decide
to pull in.
after the weekend, we later learn that one of the cells is having
Before the run, cell #17 was sitting at around 3.763 volts. There
are a number of cells reading lower resting voltages (example
#53 at 3.704 volts).
108 seconds into the run, #17 drops to 3.406 volts while the cells
around are at low 3.6 volts or high 3.5's.
Next reading at 136 seconds into the run #17 is 2.378 volts below
the absolute minimum allowed of 2.8 volts under load.
164 seconds, Cell # 17 is not under load and has recovered to
3.490 volts. This is the last time it will read above 3 volts.
The cell rapidly drops to close to 0 volts and remains there for
the rest of the session. This means around two laps are run with
a very dead battery without incident.