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 Round 5 - Brainerd 210 [May 17th]

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Martin Audran
Timo Vermeersch
Jean-Marie Placais
Raul Jereb
Jan Titz
Petr Hlavac
Mick Chapman
Alberto Ibañez
Vincent Beretta
Pascal Le pihive
Ben Paulet
Brian Janik
Gérard Ryon
Steve Parker
Jef Vannijlen
Patrice Gibelin
Dave Miller
Patrick Marucco
Jean-louis Petillot
Dylan Canton
François Remmen
Dana Schurer
Jason White
Mike Becnel
Yves Plaçais
Frank Verplanken
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Ben Paulet
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Ben Paulet


Number of posts : 8291
Age : 50
Location : Cagnes sur mer France
Registration date : 2009-07-29

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Comme souvent, je me foire au moment de l'arrêt au stand. Cette fois-ci, Régis se prend les poteaux à l'entrée. Moteur cassé. Esc. Dommage, j'étais dans le bon groupe, et le bon groove. :smil20:
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Richard Coxon
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Richard Coxon


Number of posts : 16590
Age : 36
Location : Sheffield, England
Registration date : 2012-06-29

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Ben Paulet wrote:
Comme souvent, je me foire au moment de l'arrêt au stand. Cette fois-ci, Régis se prend les poteaux à l'entrée. Moteur cassé. Esc. Dommage, j'étais dans le bon groupe, et le bon groove. :smil20:

Dont worry Ben, You can re capture you groove at Pau :hihi:

Edited to English because Frank told me it was a shocking translation lol!
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Ben Paulet
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Ben Paulet


Number of posts : 8291
Age : 50
Location : Cagnes sur mer France
Registration date : 2009-07-29

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Richard Coxon wrote:


Edited to English because Frank told me it was a shocking translation lol!
lol!
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Frank Verplanken
League Owner
Frank Verplanken


Number of posts : 13574
Age : 48
Location : Nice, France
Registration date : 2008-09-08

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lol!
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Greg Hunt
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Greg Hunt


Number of posts : 4322
Age : 40
Location : HOSSEGOR
Registration date : 2010-03-25

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lol synonyme du gros blaireau : Greg Goissen  Laughing  Laughing

2 h de course , en tete , 125 secondes d avance creusées sur Pascal a la force du poignet , reste moins de 8 tours et dans le 2 eme droite rapide l arriere m echappe et boum moteur mort sur le choc avec le grillage inter
well done Greg  :clap:  :clap:  :clap:  :clap:  celle la c est une de mes plus belles  :D  :D  :D


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Dana Schurer
Experienced Driver
Dana Schurer


Number of posts : 357
Age : 36
Location : Portland, OR, USA
Registration date : 2015-04-19

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My lesson from this race:
Quote :
Smart Pitcrew="0"
As my tires and fuel stop got stretched two extra minutes when my crew decided to buff out some scratches on my door even after I told them "Do not repair". It would have been nice to stay in the race for my second stint but lesson learned and on to Elkhart!
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Mike Becnel
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Mike Becnel


Number of posts : 4741
Age : 55
Location : Sugar Land, TX, USA
Registration date : 2012-06-24

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God the start was scary, One of the Firebirds collected a TA2 car at turn 1, he slid into me, I went off track, came back on several places down then it happens again in turn 3. This time Stephen hitting another TA1 car then I tapped Stephen. Led a few laps as TA1 leader but eventually JMarie and someone else picked me off.

Great driving by the lead lap cars. Was easy to predict your pass points.

Greg needs a drink and some pain killers I suspect. lol!

:third: (i think) :champ:

And now onto the Indy 500.
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Jason White
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Jason White


Number of posts : 14725
Age : 47
Location : Ferndale, MI USA
Registration date : 2011-12-25

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Dana Schurer wrote:
My lesson from this race:
Quote :
Smart Pitcrew="0"
As my tires and fuel stop got stretched two extra minutes when my crew decided to buff out some scratches on my door even after I told them "Do not repair". It would have been nice to stay in the race for my second stint but lesson learned and on to Elkhart!

I learned this lesson last race. I feel your pain.
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Richard Coxon
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Richard Coxon


Number of posts : 16590
Age : 36
Location : Sheffield, England
Registration date : 2012-06-29

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Results are up :flag:
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Frank Verplanken
League Owner
Frank Verplanken


Number of posts : 13574
Age : 48
Location : Nice, France
Registration date : 2008-09-08

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Mike Becnel wrote:
This time Stephen hitting another TA1 car then I tapped Stephen.

There was no Stephen in the race drunken

Greg Goissen wrote:
125 secondes d avance creusées sur Philippe a la force du poignet

And there was no Philippe either drunken lol!

Tough break Greg Sad
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Greg Hunt
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Greg Hunt


Number of posts : 4322
Age : 40
Location : HOSSEGOR
Registration date : 2010-03-25

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oouupsss pardon Pascal , je ne sais pas pourquoi mais je veux toujours l appeler Philippe ....
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Petr Hlavac
Pro Driver
Petr Hlavac


Number of posts : 873
Age : 41
Location : Brno, Czech Republic
Registration date : 2015-01-11

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That was insane! I love the way you must throw the car into corners and pppoooowwweeerrrssllliiidddeeeee like a there's no tomorrow Very Happy I qualified sixth, but had to disconnect and reboot because of steering wheel issues, which put me on the last place on the grid. I don't even know how it happened, but I was exiting the third corner on P5 lol! An interesting fight between classes followed, we were three "power boats" mixing with two BMWs. Trust me, I love BMW to death, including my old 1997 3 series, but yesterday I hated that little yellow bugger driven by Timo Vermeersch just as much Very Happy The end of the first stint ended up as an insane drifting session, as the tyres were cooked. It was awful lot of fun, but slow, of course. I took a more conservative approach to the second stint and tried not to kill the tyres. It's possible if you don't drift like a maniac :rigol: Overall, it was a great experience, lots of fun and some great racing. I hope to join you next time. Btw, sorry for entering the race totally unprepared and thanks for answering all my questions :top:


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Pascal Le pihive
Experienced Driver
Pascal Le pihive


Number of posts : 311
Age : 54
Location : HYERES
Registration date : 2013-01-18

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Total improvisation sur cette manche affraid

Test à 19 h00, même set que pour toutes les autres manches et GO :aie:
Evidemment chrono minable aux qualifications, et beaucoup de fautes de concentration en course :doh:
mais bon la course est longue. :top:

Comme qui dirait l’important c’est de participer mais surtout de franchir la ligne.
Donc une bonne seconde de handicap sur Grégoire comme d’habitude j ai envie de dire.
Qui c’est finalement concrétisée à près de 1,5 seconde au tour vu le nombre de conneries que j’ai pu cumulées.

Départ parfait malgré tout, une fois n’est pas coutume. :clap:

Petite variante dans la stratégie : 12 litres pour compléter le réservoir et pas de pneus neufs
(50% à gauche et 65% à droite à l’arrivée / 0,9 litre au tour) du coup seulement 11 secondes d’arrêt au stand, le but étant de limiter mon écart avec Grégoire, pour cette potentielle deuxième place.

De souvenir 66 secondes d’avance pour Grégoire avant son passage aux stands, 19 secondes ensuite qu’il me remonte tranquillement et pour atteindre 24 secondes à son avantage avant mon propre passage au stand, soit une petite minute de mieux pour lui avant cette faute mémorable qui lui coute sa course rondement menée jusqu’alors.

:first: Victoire donc servie sur un plateau par MOSSIEU GOISSEN…. Merci Grégoire :top:


Félicitations aux finisseurs et surtout aux TA1 et leurs tracteurs de compets
14 Seulement sur cette course, un scandale !!!!
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Mike Becnel
Racing Legend
Mike Becnel


Number of posts : 4741
Age : 55
Location : Sugar Land, TX, USA
Registration date : 2012-06-24

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Frank Verplanken wrote:
Mike Becnel wrote:
This time Stephen hitting another TA1 car then I tapped Stephen.

There was no Stephen in the race drunken

Greg Goissen wrote:
125 secondes d avance creusées sur Philippe a la force du poignet

And there was no Philippe either drunken lol!

Tough break Greg Sad

I was being polite to Mr Parker as I did leave a business card on his ass with my name on it :D
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Pascal Le pihive
Experienced Driver
Pascal Le pihive


Number of posts : 311
Age : 54
Location : HYERES
Registration date : 2013-01-18

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Translate Version lol!

Total improvisation on this round affraid

Test at 7:00 pm, the same set as for all other rounds and GO :aie:
Bad time in the qualifications, and many faults of concentration in race, :doh:
but the race is long.

The important it is to participate but especially to cross the line.
A good second of handicap on Grégoire as usual,
Which is finally concretized about 1,5 seconds in a lap (numberof bullshit which I was able to accumulated)

Good Start, for this time.
Small variant in the strategy: 12 liters to complete the reservoir and no new tires (50 % to the left and 65 % to the right on arrival / 0,9 liters in lap)) only 11 seconds of pit stop, the purpose being to limit my gap with Grégoire, for this potential the second place,

To remember 66 seconds ahead for Grégoire before his passage in pits, 19 seconds then which he goes back to me and to achieve 24 seconds his advantage before my own passage in the pit, that was small minute of best for him before this memorable fault which costs him his race conducted quickly and efficiently until then.
:first: Victory served on a plate by Mister GOISSEN. Thank you Grégoire :top:

Congratulations to the finishers and especially to the TA1 and their POWER BOATS :top:
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Steve Parker
Racing Legend
Steve Parker


Number of posts : 2000
Age : 65
Location : England uk
Registration date : 2008-12-22

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Mike Becnel wrote:
Frank Verplanken wrote:
Mike Becnel wrote:
This time Stephen hitting another TA1 car then I tapped Stephen.

There was no Stephen in the race drunken

Greg Goissen wrote:
125 secondes d avance creusées sur Philippe a la force du poignet

And there was no Philippe either drunken lol!

Tough break Greg Sad

I was being polite to Mr Parker as I did leave a business card on his ass with my name on it :D

Was that when vincent spun in front of me and i broadsided him, affraid not alot i could do to avoid that lol! that blew my engine with impact :urgence:
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Mike Becnel
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Mike Becnel


Number of posts : 4741
Age : 55
Location : Sugar Land, TX, USA
Registration date : 2012-06-24

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Yes. You really nailed him then I think I tagged you just to make sure you had 4 or 5 new colors on your car. I was dodging to the inside but could not turn hard enough. I could have easily blown a tire had I hit a little harder.
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Dylan Canton
Experienced Driver
Dylan Canton


Number of posts : 247
Age : 25
Location : Limbricht, Netherlands
Registration date : 2015-01-18

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not a bad race at all for me! only very exhausting! i just about fought for positions until the pit-stop(s) had some moments were i had to check my pants Wink and i may have bumped Jan accidentally causing his pit crew problem (i think at least, sorry if so. i had all of the understeer  :smil20: )

But hey! I achieved 2 of my Sim-Racing goals a Top 10 Finish (overal) and a Top 5 finish (in class) cheers (take that Mr. Butcher!... ow wait he doesn't drive here), although it wasn't to hard seeing that half the field DNF'ed :doh:
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Jason White
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Jason White


Number of posts : 14725
Age : 47
Location : Ferndale, MI USA
Registration date : 2011-12-25

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Fun race, not as exhausting as I thought it would be. Lap one had me giddy afterwards because I had just barely dodged several accidents. At one point I shot for a gap between two stricken power boats and must have cleared both cars by a few pixels Shocked The most challenging part of the race was running with Patrice, who was faster than me in the turns, but slower on the straights. This made for more than a few awkward laps, Patrice at one point tagging me in the final turn. I was resigned to finishing behind Dana, but as she has pointed out, her pit crew decided to buff out every last scratch before they let her go Rolling Eyes 6th in class and 6 points. Onto the next round...
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François Remmen
Pro Driver
François Remmen


Number of posts : 880
Age : 43
Location : Netherlands
Registration date : 2012-12-22

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have to admit my motivation has became at the lowest , always happens to me before the summer , girls  sunny weather  :D  :champ:
i even cannot keep my phocus to the tracks updates ( which is realy near ) but last night i gave it a chance to race , however it turned out into great fun, feel bad for Ben Paulet, a silly way to end his great run
and mr Jan titz in the pits  lol!
could avoid the mess in the beginning but spun and survived with a heavy banged up car without repairing to  place 4 i think

i think the main phocus now for everybody is the indy 500, hope i can recharge my battery once more
don't want to spoil that so maybe after that its the right time for testing some nurburgring / daytona when admins have spare time to free up a night
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Jason White
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Jason White


Number of posts : 14725
Age : 47
Location : Ferndale, MI USA
Registration date : 2011-12-25

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François Remmen wrote:
mr Jan titz in the pits  lol!

On the subject of Jan's pit issues -- I was in front of him when he pitted the first time, and I saw him in my mirror enter the pits in the wrong place, on the exit of the final turn. Could this be the cause of the issues he had?
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Dylan Canton
Experienced Driver
Dylan Canton


Number of posts : 247
Age : 25
Location : Limbricht, Netherlands
Registration date : 2015-01-18

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Jason White wrote:
On the subject of Jan's pit issues -- I was in front of him when he pitted the first time, and I saw him in my mirror enter the pits in the wrong place, on the exit of the final turn. Could this be the cause of the issues he had?

I think you may be on to something scratch
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Frank Verplanken
League Owner
Frank Verplanken


Number of posts : 13574
Age : 48
Location : Nice, France
Registration date : 2008-09-08

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Yes surely that's what happened here :smil20:
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Mike Becnel
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Mike Becnel


Number of posts : 4741
Age : 55
Location : Sugar Land, TX, USA
Registration date : 2012-06-24

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I watched the replay. Jan entered the pits wrong. No track issue.

Mistake #2 was chatting during the race. Once I pitted I whispered to him there was no issue with pitting. I assume on his next limp (lap) around the track he got the entry right. I must admit I was impressed with how fast he moved with no tire on one corner!


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Ben Paulet
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Ben Paulet


Number of posts : 8291
Age : 50
Location : Cagnes sur mer France
Registration date : 2009-07-29

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François Remmen wrote:
have to admit my motivation has became at the lowest , always happens to me before the summer , girls  sunny weather  :D  :champ:
i even cannot keep my phocus to the tracks updates ( which is realy near ) but last night i gave it a chance to race , however it turned out into great fun, feel bad for Ben Paulet, a silly way to end his great run
and mr Jan titz in the pits  lol!
Thx François. Indeed, it was very pleasant battle between us, nice and fairplay. Nice asphalt sharing with Dylan, Dana too. :top: Just sad to finish like that. :smil20:
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