- Stewart Amos wrote:
- Like Mogens,..after a Good sleep (here in Australia the race started at about 3.00am), and some time to look at and review the Race, I feel I Must reiterate how enjoyable this race was even with so few starters !!
Hey Stewart we could use more drivers like you in the GTP camp of the FSB league.
Because you are not only a great driver but also a great describer(author:-) of what happened for you in the race.
We need that in FSB. Most drivers love to read about others race experiences but dont really care themselves to use the time to write it.
I have humorous punked the FSB guys for that.
But it is probably because one of the great american icons is John Wayne. A man of few words But this FSB invitation also goes for the 3 other drivers.
You would really fit in the faster part of the FSB GTP field.
Its only Yoann who would have to go for more consistency.
Making 1 or 2 hotlap times dont help you at all in a GTP race if you lack consistency. You have the speed but only need more patience.
Conserning all the registered drivers who didnt care to show up....
This kind of behaviour is not only a problem for GTP races but a general problem for virtual events.
Its a general issue conserning peoples lack of feeling responsible when its "only" a virtual event.
Because when an event is only something happening on "the net" you allways hear some more or less trustwordy stories about the causes for not showing up afterwards.
Its probably a sad fact that people feel another kind of responsibility if involved with an event in the "real"/non virtual world.
Hopefully their attitude is better here
As a closing remark I will strongly repeat my invitation to join the only living GTP league on the planet.
We have almost a full field(!) GTP races every 6th week(10x a year).
And eventhough the racetime is 3 oclock in the night (danish local time) its allways the night between saturday and sunday.
So even for an oldie like me its just like a late nights partying as when I was young
I just use to sleep longer on sunday.
Thanks Sebastien for the pictures.