Open Comp In Open Comp, everyone was breaking out due to Sunday's cooler temps and wicked tailwind. Friday and Saturday it was hot, with a wicked headwind. Therefore, Sunday's times were way off, and way quicker than they were on Friday and Saturday. When it was over, Rodney Ward was the one who survived the day. Robert, at the wheel of his 347-powered '65 fastback, perhaps due to his index being slower in each round, was able to see where his opponent was at the top end, and adjust accordingly. Evidently, his combination of luck and skill spelled a win for the Muncie, Indiana, resident.