I went to a HPDE event today and it rained the first two session. Finally cleared up and got all ready for the third session. I did a build on the engine since last year from engine starvation. Forged internal, cam, etc. After the first lap of warm up and as soon as I started to get into it more and not even the complete second lap I saw fluids on my windshield. I slowed down abit and then just did one more quick pull and started smoking. Pulled in right away. Got out and popped the hood and power steering fluid ALL OVER! I did upgrade the stock radiator fan to electric fans from the 08 and up with a aftermarket fan control module. So I elminated the lines that went to the fan. I used teflon stainless braided line from the pump to the rack. I thought it popped off. I actually wish it was the problem. The two two hard lines that is on the rack, one was leaking from the fitting. Took off the line, it had a crack on the flare. After a run to a parts store, finding out that its not like any other brake line. It looks to be a flat flare instead of a inverted flare that is used on the brake lines. Even the fitting is different size. I try to flare it and it seems to fix it but found out that the other hardline leaked. Not sure if it was from me bumping trying to get to the other line or it did crack at the same time on the track. I called it quits after that. I did enough driving on the streets that this should have happen than. I assume with enough vibration from the car shaking could cause this? I was going to see if I can use Telfon stainless braided line if I can find the correct fitting to use. My question here is, has this happen to anyone else?