The front four drivers continue through the Loop.
A note on Jack's ability to accelerate. He has paid for 60 mph over the 80 of the corner. Therefore he is allowed to go 140 in the current corner, even though he was forced to slow down due to James's car.
Michael speeds around the outside of the Loop.
NOTE: After rereading my rule book I realized Jack was NOT allowed to accelerate in this case. Quoted from page 13 of the rules.
If a car late breaks after entering a corner they may lose some or all of the advantage they may have bought with wear or chance earlier in the corner. To determine how fast the car can go in the same corner next turn, pretend that the car entered the corner at its new speed, after the late brake.
Therefore Jack should have been restricted to 100 mph on this turn.
Chris goes 140. Jason and James go 160 to be three wide. Jack tests top speed and passes only to have to late brake due to no room. He passes.
Michael is onto the Chute and Jim into the Loop.
Jason get the initiative at 160 uses a wear and late brakes (pass) taking the inside lane. Taking the lead.
James going 160 also uses a wear and late breaks on the arrow. There is a strange grinding sound.
Chris also needs to late break as there is no room. He passes.
Jack sensing trouble slows to 120 and with a slip pulls to the inside of Chris.
Michael and Jim speed along.
Jason at 120 makes virtually the same move he has all four laps at the Big Bend.
James goes with him on his outside wheel.
Jack goes to the outside and with the slip gets through the corner.
Chris uses the arrow to pull into third.
Michael and Jim close the gap.