Bummer that you wrecked man. Don't know about right after lunch since I didn't go out right away, but I know there was a photographer in turn 4 for the last few sessions... If he was there the whole second half of the day, maybe he got a sweet sequence of your fall??
The track was INCREDIBLY slippery between the rain and the cold... just ridiculous. I think I got 3 laps in before lunch and finally determined after getting tired of feeling my tires sliding out from under me that I was gonna wait til it stopped raining, whether that meant the next track day or not.
I didn't even get out there for the first session after lunch. I was sitting in the truck (while it rained) and told my wife that I'd rather sit that day out and have my bike all in one piece for the next nice
track day than crash it while trying to keep it up in the rain.
That said, after the rain stopped and the sun came out, the last 2 or 3 sessions of the day were awesome. The track dried up nicely and I had no problem with traction so I was riding about as hard as I could. I needed A LOT more track time than 3 sessions to get the lines down at a track I've never been to, so I was pretty sloppy still, but I had a ton of fun for the short amount of time I was out there.
I had the suspension guru in the cold pit tweak my suspension before I even got it on the track and I think it made a world of difference. I just finished building the trackbike up and have only ridden it once or twice on the street, but both times felt really weird in the corners, like it was hard to turn in and once it was turned in, it wanted to stand up on me. The suspension dude made some pretty significant adjustments from what I had set up and the bike felt great on the track. I was overall just happy that the bike I bought wrecked last year and spent a year turning into a track machine performed like it did. And for only having about $3k invested in it, I'm pleased!
I'll definitely be back to Putnam a couple times next year. I like the track and being that it's one of, if not the only track within 3 hours of Louisville, KY, the drive isn't bad at all.
Here's a link to some pictures from the day: