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Messages - Phil.8
EASTER BUNNY SERIES
2 races of about 20 mins each, second race reverse grid rolling start
Formula Easter Cars
Bikernieki Race Track
Don't let the tough Thursday lads intimidate you!"
« on: August 01, 2018, 07:27:17 PM »
I wouldn't waste to much time, 25kg is not too bad a penalty for ruining Jeremys race regardless.
It will be interesting though to see what happens in the heat of the moment as opposed to how my memory remembers it
Car - Estonia-3
It was first serial formula car in USSR constructed by A. Seiler and V. Paazik. Estonia-3 based on early car - Estonia-1 (by A. Seiler, 1958). First car was build at 1959. Serial production started at end of 1960. 36 cars was build to 1962. Prototype for all early TARK cars (E-1, E-2 and E-3) was british Cooper's formula-3 50's cars. But british cars was more fastly than TARK's cars, because TARK's had weakly engines and had more mass. Estonia-3 was Formula-3 (International and Soviet union classification) and Formula-4 (Soviet union classification after 1964) car.
There is only one Estonia-3 car in Moscow today. All another cars is lost.
Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit 1967
« on: August 01, 2018, 01:29:42 PM »
Phil ran into the back of Jeremy – 25kg penalty.
I personally would of thought of that as a racing incident as he nearly came to a stop due to the cars in front of him having issues and me not having the reaction time or space to go anywhere but run into him
I don't get why everyone wants rain so much, must me some point to it I am missing, having not really tried any sim in the wet before. But I think I like the sound of more grip and really pushing the corners and been able to see more than tip toeing about. I am curious to see what everyone thoughts are on the wet once its released.
« on: July 27, 2018, 07:26:53 PM »
Bacchulum, at the moment of our incident I thought you were hitting me and ending my race and not vice versa as you've said. Well, of course, I can be wrong. Strangely enough just that race wasn't recorded so I still don't really know what exactly happened. You're a good racer, so if it really was my fault then please accept my apologies.
We have all been there