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Title: S31R7 - Buriram Chang International Circuit
Post by: Wally on January 28, 2020, 11:11:54 PM
Congratulations to me for the round win with both race wins, seeing me move up to 2nd place behind Joe in the championship standings.

RACE 1 RESULTS (https://xgnassettocorsa.blogspot.com/2020/02/s31r7-chang-race-q.html)
RACE 2 RESULTS (https://xgnassettocorsa.blogspot.com/2020/02/s31r7-chang-race-2.html)
SEASON STANDINGS (https://xgnassettocorsa.blogspot.com/2019/12/season-31-standings.html)
SEASON STATS (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1nu52lWM6_TIRBEGCTF32BxLe8mobfsCFpd_wOeuxpXI/edit?usp=sharing)

Round Points
Wally   50
Joe   33
AGK   30
Freezer   25
killagorilla   14
Rob   14
Matthew111   10
bradc   10
Phil.8   7
DaveReid   5
Mael   4
Seanus   1
ab156   1

Penalties
Race 1
A caution for Dave Reid – unsafe track re-entry at the hairpin that caused some impacts. It’s a caution only because no car was seriously disadvantaged, although Dave was himself.

Race 2 - not a single contact!

Season Standings
1. Joe, 192
2. Wally, 177
3. AGK, 173



This round sees us start the Asian leg of our world tour, at the Chang International Circuit (https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/chang-international-circuit.20997/) in Buriram, Thailand.

It's going to be hot: 29 and 32.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eS3MshbBCt0

(https://www.racingcircuits.info/assets/components/phpthumbof/cache/Buriram17.14882c6900ea4228e35f6a0a768a9f98.png)
Title: Re: S31R7 - Buriram Chang International Circuit
Post by: Joe on February 03, 2020, 10:46:23 AM
That's some long straights!
Title: Re: S31R7 - Buriram Chang International Circuit
Post by: Mael on February 03, 2020, 12:06:47 PM
That's some long straights!

Going to need some epic weaving to defend against the faster cars!
Title: Re: S31R7 - Buriram Chang International Circuit
Post by: Wally on February 03, 2020, 08:32:36 PM
That's some long straights!
Yeah, I'm not sure what cars that may suit. I tried the Mustang, but was no quicker than the Ginetta.
Title: Re: S31R7 - Buriram Chang International Circuit
Post by: Joe on February 04, 2020, 08:13:31 AM
That's some long straights!
Yeah, I'm not sure what cars that may suit. I tried the Mustang, but was no quicker than the Ginetta.

Yeah I had a feeling the Mustang would be to car to beat here. I found before laptime wise it was similar or slower than the Ginetta, but if you get behind it on a track with long straights there is no passing it. I also tried the Mustang last night and it felt blurgh.
Title: Re: S31R7 - Buriram Chang International Circuit
Post by: Wally on February 04, 2020, 06:19:02 PM
Server's up.
Title: Re: S31R7 - Buriram Chang International Circuit
Post by: Wally on February 04, 2020, 10:36:58 PM
Results are up.
Title: Re: S31R7 - Buriram Chang International Circuit
Post by: Freezer on February 05, 2020, 09:02:20 AM
R1 - Managed to get down the inside of Matthews mustang into turn 1 which was pretty critical and AGK ran wide a bit later.  From there I chased Joe and Wally
but I lost focus a bit around laps 7-10 dropping back a bit . . . not that I was likely to catch them anyway.
R2 - This time Joe got stuck behind the mustang at the start so I was away chasing Wally. We pitted together at lap 12.  Wally started to inch away from there, but then
I had a battle with AGK who had apparently pitted early.  We traded spots a few times before he finally held it.  Unfortunately a few to many small cuts got me a
10sec penalty which dropped me down the final results.  All up a good night and a good track for the Ginetta.
Title: Re: S31R7 - Buriram Chang International Circuit
Post by: davereid on February 05, 2020, 09:26:07 PM

Penalties
Race 1
A caution for Dave Reid – unsafe track re-entry at the hairpin that caused some impacts. It’s a caution only because no car was seriously disadvantaged, although Dave was himself.

haha fair enough too :) i thought it may have been a little too close. I must admit i did look right to see if i could make it back on and well - i did.... but may have called it a little too fine :)
Title: Re: S31R7 - Buriram Chang International Circuit
Post by: Wally on February 06, 2020, 09:00:36 AM

Penalties
Race 1
A caution for Dave Reid – unsafe track re-entry at the hairpin that caused some impacts. It’s a caution only because no car was seriously disadvantaged, although Dave was himself.

haha fair enough too :) i thought it may have been a little too close. I must admit i did look right to see if i could make it back on and well - i did.... but may have called it a little too fine :)
Everyone wants to get back on track as quickly as possible, but you would have been better off either waiting a moment longer, or sticking more to the left edge of the track.