Can somebody give me a score that will probably get a medal at states. Right now we are at around 5 seconds for ten meters and about 12 centimeters or less off. 6 meters is about 2.5 seconds and 8 or less cm off
Depending on competition, that should probably get you a medal. Within ten cm. and three and a half seconds on average for a run should be good. By "on average" I mean over all distances the times averaged.
I agree but I know that teams over here in Ohio can go 10 m in 4 sec and be about five cm off. For six I have seen cars go around 2 sec and be almost perfectly on the dot. But you don't have to worry about that if you don't go farther than State.
Also at Mentor Invitational the track was 8 m and the final score of a couple of cars were under 100. Like in the 80s and 90s.
Yeah, I doubt we're going to do very well at nationals. We have an average speed and are generally about ten cm. away or more. We still have a lot of testing to do though, so hopefully that will improve once we have.
For the angle of turning we align a fixed point on the back a certain distance from the fixed point in front. That is, we make a line from the front to the back and measure a certain distance from that to the back point. If that's what you were asking.