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« on: April 25, 2017, 11:08:23 PM »
« on: April 25, 2017, 09:54:09 PM »
Congratulations to Grat on pole, and Matthew for the race and round win.
Lap 1 Penalties
Mael's connection went to rubbish and caused an accident at turn 2, but because it was due to circumstances out of Mael's control, no penalty.
Matthew did an almost unsafe reentry at turn 1 on lap 16, oversteering into the middle of the track causing Phil to have to slow. This is just a caution to be careful about track re-entry into the path of oncoming cars.
Season Leaders (no change in the podium)
1. Marty, 323
2. Phil.8, 314
3. Diehard, 288
Team Standings - Infinity + 1 have overtaken Makin Engineering to take 2nd place
1. Krahl Racing, 536
2. Infinity + 1, 453
3. Maki Engineering, 436
« on: April 25, 2017, 12:00:41 PM »
389 km of the Green Hell, over 2 hours. Will it break you, or will you break it?
Sign up here for a 2 hour enduro event, Tuesday May 9 at the Endurance Layout, with the OSRW extra pit mod [DOWNLOAD]. Race starts at 8:15 pm, AEST, and runs for 1hr50 + 1 lap. There will be a practice session beforehand (see below for qualifying).
The server will be called XGN TUE RACE.
Choose one of the following cars and nominate your choice here (no fancy skins - I will assign them randomly):
Qualifying will run on Marty's practice server "Marty's Aussie Nords OSRW Race Server" until Monday May 8, 6:30 pm, at which time I will set the race grid for the Tuesday night race. If you haven't set a qualifying time, I'll put you after other qualifiers.
Qualifying times: http://184.108.40.206:50041/lapstat?currservers=Acserver2
Weather is 20° and clear.
Game time will be 8:30 am to 10:30 am.
Track grip will start about 97% and go up to 100% about 1/3 of the way into the race.
Tyre blankets will be OFF.
Damage is 50% (if you crash, I would prefer you drive back to pits to be fair, but if you're really wrecked, you can ESC back to pits).
3. Rolz, SCG 003C
4. Seanus, Mercedes-Benz AMG GT3
5. Bacchulum, McLaren 650S GT3
6. Flattop, Chevrolet Corvette C7R
10. Steven Ngo, Nissan GT-R GT3
11. UnFknBLievable, Chevrolet Corvette C7R
14. Russ, BMW M3 GT2
« on: April 23, 2017, 08:32:34 AM »
I'd like to start getting some opinions about the next season. The two things I'm keen to do is:
« on: April 20, 2017, 11:49:40 PM »
As per this thread, an endurance round at Nordschleife Endurance in a mix of GT cars after the current season (May 9). How long would you like the race to be? You can vote for more than one option.
There would be a long qualifying session from 6:00pm to race start. The longer the race, the shorter the qualifying time.
« on: April 18, 2017, 11:37:02 PM »
« on: April 18, 2017, 10:09:58 PM »
Congratulations to Grat on pole, Grat and Matthew on the race wins, and Marty for the overall round win.
Lap 1 Penalties
Lots of action for the race stewards to check this round!
1. Marty, 261
2. Phil.8, 252
3. Diehard, 230
1. Krahl Racing, 434
2. Maki Engineering, 382
3. Infinity + 1, 353
« on: April 11, 2017, 10:49:39 PM »
Here's an excerpt from some real life blue flag rules (my bolding). All interpretations of the blue flag follow this roughly.
If you are shown the blue flag, move off the racing line as soon as possible within reason and make no erratic moves. Pay attention to your mirrors to determine which side the car will pass you. Once the following car is close, slow your speed enough to allow them a safe pass around your car. Do not accelerate until you are sure the following car has past and is clear.
You should aim to let a lapping car past on the next straight, by announcing on TeamSpeak "Go left" or "Go right" and lifting off the throttle. There should be plenty of room to let a lapping car safely past without surprising anyone. There's no need to go extra wide on a corner, or go off track, as that might cause accidents. Just wait until the very next straight (often no more than half a lap away).
« on: April 11, 2017, 09:58:16 PM »
Congratulations to Marty on pole, the two race wins, and the overall round win, a clean sweep.
Lap 1 Penalties
None. Sorry guys, I didn't catch the start of the race in my replay (I've lowered the replay quality now).
1. Marty, 198
2. Phil.8, 190
3. Diehard, 174 (up from 4th place)
It's shaping up as a battle between Marty and Phil for the championship, with Marty having most wins, and Phil having most podiums. Marty and Phil have 3 fastest lap races each.
1. Krahl Racing, 330
2. Maki Engineering, 292
3. Infinity + 1, 281
« on: April 05, 2017, 07:50:10 PM »
« on: April 04, 2017, 08:22:13 PM »
(Remember that you have to finish 75% of the race distance to be classified as a finisher and get any points)
Congratulations to Jeremy on pole, the two race wins, and the overall round win.
Lap 1 Penalties
1. Marty, 130
2. Phil.8, 128
3. Jeremy, 119
Thanks to consistently good results by Phil and Joe, Krahl Racing have powered away in the team standings, with Maki Racing and Infinity + 1 close together in 2nd and 3rd.
« on: March 26, 2017, 02:38:59 PM »
It's time to take the Porsches to the high speeds and long straights of Monza. World record lap times are in the 1:50's.
Note this race is on APRIL 4.
2 x 16 lap sprints (no pit stops).
You will need the OSRW PIT MOD installed in the track.
Weather Forecast (long range outlook is 27 and clear)
Jimmy and Slow As will have 40 kg penalty ballast (since they didn't race last round where the ballast applied from).
Some interesting insights from Aristotelis:
You're not imagining things. It is a tricky car to drive and even more tricky to setup.