I'm sorry, but I disagree to an extent. The 60' strongly reflects in the finishing ET and MPH trap. Yes the ET and MPH are low, but with a 2.5 second 60', I would expect them to be low.
As an example - I've personally run a 12.2 @ 120mph with a 2.2 60' the same night I ran an 11.4 @ 128mph with a 1.8 60'. Now neither of the 60's were great considering track prep was poor, but I picked up 8mph with a better 60' alone. Of course, this is an extreme example, but an example at that.
Hope this helps clarify things. The OP is in touch with the Bama Team currently, so they're make any tweaks or adjustments needed too. We're just waiting on a datalog and we can move forward from there!
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