FRISCO, Texas – Incarnate Word’s Deion Hardy and Houston Baptist’s Denim Rogers are the Southland Conference Men’s Indoor Track & Field Athletes of the Week, the conference announced Wednesday. All Southland Athletes of the Week are presented by MidSouth Bank.Hardy competed for the Cardinals in a pair of events at the Houston Invite, including a school and conference record setting relay performance. Rogers also competed at the Houston Invite for HBU helping the Huskies with a second-place finish in the Heptathlon, breaking a school record of his own.Men’s Track Athlete of the Week – Deion Hardy, Incarnate Word– Sr. – Temple, TexasHardy spearheaded a UIW men’s Distance Medley Relay (DMR) team that put up a Southland Conference and program record 9:59:01 time. The performance marked the fastest time in the conference by more than 22 seconds, and the 20th fastest DMR time in the nation for the 2019 season. The senior then followed up with a second-place finish in the 800-meter the next day, putting up the second fastest time in the conference this year and fastest performance of the week by a Southland member.Honorable Mention: Micah Larkins, Northwestern State; Tyler Smith, McNeese; Jamal January, Abilene Christian; Jordan Rowe, Lamar.Men’s Field Athlete of the Week – Denim Rogers, Houston Baptist – Jr. – San Antonio, TexasRogers broke the HBU record in his first heptathlon as a Husky. His point total of 5,332 is stands first in the conference and ranks him 10th nationally for the 2019 season. The junior tied for first in the high jump (2.03m/6-8), finished second in the 60-meter hurdles (8.21) and third in the 60-meter dash (7.03). His high jump mark from the Houston Invitational ranks second in the Southland Conference for 2019.Honorable Mention: Kai Schmidt, Abilene Christian; Clinton Cole, Incarnate Word; Timon Dresselhaus, Central Arkansas.Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on at least 25 percent of ballots.
Overheating is the usual outcome when a Tesla attempts a sustained high-speed run, but the Model 3 has vastly superior cooling than does the Model S and X. Therefore, the Model 3 is more capable on a long track like the Nurburging. However, the brakes aren’t up to the task, but we knew that from previous tests too.Read the long video description below and click play in the clip above to see how the Model 3 Performance fares at the famed Ring.Video description:One of the very first Tesla Model 3 Performance at the Nurburgring with Track mode enableVideo Credit to: GTMAN_20832Tesla Model 3 Performance Nurburgring North Ring ExperienceModel 3 Performance version, 2.4 bar before and after cold tire pressure, two people in the car, 90% power.Steering mode: standard. Power: Exercise. Kinetic energy recovery: standard. Track mode is not used.Energy consumption of 70kwh per 100 kilometers.A total of two laps, less than half of the first lap of the brake alarm temperature is too high, but also can feel the obvious thermal attenuation, the second half of the 遛 bending method, try to slow down by sliding, the final BTG score of 9 points.The control level is very pleasant, the steering is accurate but the road is lacking, the front of the car is very responsive, the rear is also active, the car feels very whole, the front and rear 235 meters of the ps4s tires can also provide enough grip, the pusher phenomenon is not obvious. The suspension has some extra shaking for the multi-undue track of the North Ring, but the low center of gravity does not give me the feeling of fear. The distribution of the four driving forces in the bend is also very intelligent. The dynamics of the process car in the cornering is well predicted, and the oil will not be pushed out when the corner is turned. The obvious short board when braking, the power of the car is stronger than the brakes. If there is a good braking system, it is irresponsible to predict that the professional media test in the whole circle can be around 8 points. Can the Model 3 do more than one lap at the Nurburgring?There’s only one way to find out.Teslas aren’t typically known for the ability to sustain high rates of speed for a long period of time, but the Tesla Model 3 Performance is more suited for this than the Model S.More From The Ring Porsche Taycan Caught Aggressively Lapping Nurburgring Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on April 9, 2019Categories Electric Vehicle News Source: Electric Vehicle News Tesla Model S P85D Laps Nurburgring In 8:50 – Video Watch Tesla Model X P90D Lap The Nurburgring