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David Jundt
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Ruben Freitas
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Tiago Malafaya
Jens Kraft
Michael Ryon
Carl Larrad
Mike Becnel
Joel Sixou
Patrick Marucco
Philippe Martinelli
Alberto Ibañez
Laurent Binet
Greg Hunt
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Simon Wattman
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Will not be able to race today :smil20:
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Antoine de Mautor
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Greg Hunt
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Razz Razz écourtage ( je ne sais meme pas si ca existe ) de mon week end a Madrid pour pouvoir etre présent a l heure ce soir plus de 750 bornes dans la journee pour etre la et je me mange un tout petit poteau a l interieur du dernier virage qui casse mon moteur :doh: lol! meme pas 1 min de course pour tout ca serieux vaut mieux en rire sinon c est un truc a allé se pendre direct Laughing

merci a tous ceux qui ont travaillé sur l élaboration de ce tour auto HSO ce fut vraiment une tres belle épreuve :clap: :drink:

bravo aux futurs vainqueurs de ce tour auto et a tous ses finisseurs :clap:
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Carl Larrad
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Sorry for my actions tonight ....

I Spent many hours practicing for this one was happy to be within 1 second of Philipe on the 1st stage ...

When i started the 2nd stage was a little confused to be on the opposite side of the pits which meant i had to turn right
rather than left as i had done in practice offline ... i was not sure which way i was pointing for the start and was worrying about driving down the pitlane the wrong way and getting black flagged ... So i stopped changed the view to see where i was and then got black flagged for not having my lights on in the pits ... I Did not know you could get black flagged for this in the pits ...

I Left the server and came back not sure if that was strictly allowed as i had not actually started the stage , when i came back i was a little fired up after my earlier mistake and feel i have thrown a really good chance away it was going ok and then i cocked up half way through the stage in a place where i had never crashed before so im really p*****d off with myself .... :grrr:



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Ruben Freitas
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Antoine sorry about that, i thought you tried to pass me on the left.
and...
Tiago Malafaya blew up the engine. lol!
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Laurent Binet
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Soirée très fun encore avec ces deux étapes rallye, j'avoue que je m'y amuse beaucoup et qu'au final, je me demande si je ne suis pas plus "doué" pour ça que pour la piste lol! Je dis doué mais quand je vois le temps de Lorenzo sur l'étape suisse .... 5.06, je prends un truc comme 40 sec tout en faisant le 6 ou 7ème temps de mémoire. Si il y a moyen, il faut voir comment il passe la première épingle et vas y que je te jette la voiture, à droite, à gauche, gaz, ni vu ni connu j'embrouille le mur et hop Smile

Dijon, circuit super, je m'y suis bien amusé même si je dois rentrer aux stands dès le premier tour. Au premier freinage, j'ai Serge à ma droite, que je perds de vue dans mes retros, je pense être devant lui mais finalement il est à l'intérieur, du coup on se touche, spin et l'alfa qui arrive derrière ne peut m'éviter, boum crevaison à droite. 83 sec dans les stands plus tard, je repars mais tout le monde m'a déjà pris un tour ... Je suis colère lol! Je vais remonter pour finir 13. Dommage mais je me suis bien amusé car ce circuit est vraiment top.

Merci pour ce tour auto, c'était très bien

ps: je ne dois pas avoir tout saisi sur l'établissement de la grille de départ après les deux spéciales rallye, comment ca marche ?


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Mike Becnel
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Location : Sugar Land, TX, USA
Registration date : 2012-06-24

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My summary: I survived the hill climbs and thankfully it was dark so nobody could see me. I am sure the fans thought I was the track sweeping truck but were surprised how good my truck/tractor engine sounded. Mr Lamborghini was likely watching the race and was inspired.

The 3rd stage was great. Michael Ryon and 2 others and I were pretty close for the 1st half of the race and kept passing each other when the other 2 or 3 went off track due to error. In the end we spread out for some reason. I think the deep sand may have had a hand it that.

That 2nd hill climb is now forgotten...NEVER want to see it again! I wish I had time to practice the 1st one, that one looked fun.

I watched David J have a very bad 1st turn in stage 1, sorry to see that man. Was looking forward to seeing you run well in stage 3.

Edit: and thank you again Antoine and HSO!


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Franck Mercurio
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Encore une petite soirée bien sympa! :top:

Content d'être arrivé au bout des spéciales de nuit affraid

En plus je ne fait qu'un TAQ a Dijon, je progresse lol!

Désolé a l'alpine bleue au V1 (Ludo?), mais Gérard arrivait sur un freinage de trappeur :cowboy: , j'ai planté les freins pour éviter l'accrochage!

Bonne arsouille avec le Gégé en début de course d'ailleurs :yaa: :top:

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David Jundt
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Mike Becnel wrote:

I watched David J have a very bad 1st turn in stage 1, sorry to see that man. Was looking forward to seeing you run well in stage 3.

Not sure if I want to continue, even if it's for fun. I got some leagues that finish soon which I should practice for.

But thank you anyway for your encouragement Mike.
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Mike Becnel
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David Jundt wrote:
Mike Becnel wrote:

I watched David J have a very bad 1st turn in stage 1, sorry to see that man. Was looking forward to seeing you run well in stage 3.

Not sure if I want to continue, even if it's for fun. I got some leagues that finish soon which I should practice for.

But thank you anyway for your encouragement Mike.

You quit and I will edit some of your old GPRO posts to say "I love being an ass pirate and want my main man to come visit my special man cave." :hihi:
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Carl Larrad
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I Have a feeling i have thrown my lead away in the Baby Class Sad
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Patrick Marucco
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Encore une belle soirée Very Happy

Dans la montée du ballon d'Alsace je fais un chrono moyen (à 9 s de mon meilleur) mais il y avait beaucoup plus à perdre qu'à gagner
Je suis triste pour Greg, David et Ludo... et peut-être un autre pilote, qui n'ont pas pu aller plus loin Sad

Dans Klausen, je me suis littéralement trainé mais je n'ai rien touché, la voiture etait intacte pour Dijon :D

Enfin sur Dijon j'ai enfin pu me lacher et j'en ai profité pour faire la totale :D
1 bac à sable puis 1 T.A.Q puis 1 rail et j'ai fini par 1 crevaison et 1 arrêt au stand
mais j'adore ce circuit et je me suis bien amusé à suivre la Ferrari de Phil même à 1 tour :top:

Bravo à Lorenzo et Vincent pour leurs belles victoires ce soir et merci à HSO pour l'orga de ce tres bel évènement :top:

A mercredi Wink
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David Jundt
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Mike Becnel wrote:
David Jundt wrote:
Mike Becnel wrote:

I watched David J have a very bad 1st turn in stage 1, sorry to see that man. Was looking forward to seeing you run well in stage 3.

Not sure if I want to continue, even if it's for fun. I got some leagues that finish soon which I should practice for.

But thank you anyway for your encouragement Mike.

You quit and I will edit some of your old GPRO posts to say "I love being an ass pirate and want my main man to come visit my special man cave." :hihi:

Sometimes, I don't understand your "jokes".

Next race, I'll take part and spin you right round round baby right round round :rigol:
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Lorenzo Arisi
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Lorenzo Arisi


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Registration date : 2011-12-20

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A summary of stages 4-5 and 6:

Stage 4: A chaotic start from 14th at Magny Cours, due to its very tight nature i didn't make places at the start, it was tough in the traffic but at midrace i was in the top 5, with Greg and David not far away.
After some good racing and some bumps here and there and Greg's spin i was 2nd, i thought JP was uncatcheable with a 15s lead, i tried at least to shrink it a little bit, i got some luck when he blew up with 5 to go Wink

Bugatti was a perfect 25 lap run on a track not really suited to the Porsche bounce


Stage 5: Climbed to 11th in the standings, i struggled quite a lot at Monthlery, not only because of the Porsche power deficit but also the extreme setup i made for super-fast tracks didn't work there, it was sliding in the flatout kinks in the middle of the straights!
After some scary moments i still managed a decent 4th Wink

At Nivelles it was the best racing of the Tour so far, in the first laps a pack of different cars with me,David in the Ferrari, Antoine in the 2.8 Porsche, JP in the 2.4 Porsche, Yves in the Vette and Franck in the Pantera were all battling for the lead!
I had to risk a lot in the fast chicanes to get past and get some gap before the long straight, i took about half the race to get the decisive gap, from then it was a matter of doing fast laps until the end :top:

Stage 6: The first of the 2 deciding stages of the Tour, so i practiced quite a lot compared to the previous ones.
I could get a good time at Alsace, just 6 tenths off my best in practice, which gave me the first rally stage win :top:

Klausenpass is one of the most difficult stages, i had to balance risks and speed to get to the end and with a good time, i got a decent 5:06 something, enough for another win :top:

At Dijon i made a bad mistake at the first corner, i lost the rear of the car and restarted last.
With a flatout and error-free run i got up to 2nd, i should be way up in the standings now after the 1st stage disappointment, can't wait for the next one :top:

Grats Vincent ! :clap:


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Tiago Malafaya
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My stage 6 comment: Sad
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Tony DAndrea
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hi, thanks antoine and hso for organising...i finished the first stage, and finished maybe 3 quarters of the second stage, then in a hairpin, i seemed to find myself fixed in a ditch, unable to move...so i gave up the ghost.

pity that as dijon is my favorite track with the porsche....was hoping to just to finish the first two stages and have a blast drifting around the back half of that track..

but, alas, it was not to be...oh look its beer o'clock.
cheers
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btw.. really sorry about this mismatch issue...will sort it out for the next round.

cheers
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Carl Larrad
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:doh: Merde :doh:

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Vincent Beretta
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Les 2 montées : Dans la 1ere, j'ai réalisé tout de suite que je n'avais pas de FFB. J'y ai laissé quelques secondes et surtout, j'ai bien failli me mettre au tas. Dans la 2eme, même problème de FFB, mais là, j'avais le temps de réparer. La montée a très mal commencé avec un gros choc dés le 4eme virage. Ca m'a calmé jusqu'en haut. :aie:
Dijon : Je suis content de l'avoir gagnée, j'ai pas fait beaucoup de fautes, mais, comme d'habitude, j'ai mis plus de temps que les gars autour pour me règler. C'est quand même pas simple de partir au taquet sur une piste sans y avoir fait d'essais juste avant.

Cette étape, c'était un régal. Vivement la prochaine. :conduit:

Carl, your french is better each day :top:
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Antoine de Mautor
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Wow that was some night. I couldn't figure out why Greg wasn't coming back after Alsace, until I understood that he had retired affraid And I was now in the lead. I was a bit nervous to say the least at Klausenpass, and well I hit a wall and had a puncture :doh: The rest of the stage was a nightmare, fortunately I didn't lose as much time as I thought I would. :urgence:

In Dijon I had a great start and was surprised to find myself with a comfortable lead. I was still a bit nervous though, and spun when Vincent caught me after a few laps. :bangry: Anyway, JP helped me to keep a good rythm, and I could get a few seconds back on Franck's Pantera, so I have a 1mn lead before the last 2 stages. :antoine:

A great pity for Greg who deserved better, hopefully a Martini Porsche still wins the race anyway now :yaa:
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Ludovic Tagli
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salut
soirée maudite pour moi,pourtant avec phillipe bousquet on avait un peu rouler sur c est trois circuits,mais de jour,j ai vue sur le forum que c etait de nuit,mais hier pas eu le temp de rouler de nuit,alsace premier virage dans la barriere,et pif paf moteur cassé,degouté,je decide quand meme de rester en jeu en spectateur pour regarder un peu tous se petit monde rouler,et a dijon surprise antoine m autorise a rouler mais sans accumuler de point,c est pas grave moi je veut rouler avec phillipe pour pas qui se retrouve tous seul en piste,dijon sympas la course en arsouille avec l alfa de phillipe,oui jai vue en bout de ligne droite sa arrivait de loin j ai eanticiper mon freinage a l exterieur mais c est quand meme passer pres,je surveille mes retro donc ne vous inquieter pas je vous voit arriver Very Happy .
dommage pour carl Crying or Very sad .
on se revoit mercredi.
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Vincent Beretta wrote:


Carl, your french is better each day :top:

I've had it drummed into me i don't think i will ever forget it now Smile
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Carl Larrad
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Just checked the laptimes for Klausenpass and alsace on the website and i think you have the data for both races mixed up with each other .....

Looking at My times offline i would have been 1st in the Class for Klausenpass for a change
shame i lost my head :doh:

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Antoine de Mautor
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Yeah I mixed them up, too much work lately drunken
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Carl Larrad
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Antoine de Mautor wrote:
Yeah I mixed them up, too much work lately drunken

:drink: :hello:
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