Round 7 - 29e Grand Prix van Nederland [Apr 21st]
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|Subject: Re: Round 7 - 29e Grand Prix van Nederland [Apr 21st] Sun 21 Apr 2019 - 23:11|| |
Congratulations Grant!! Nice doughnuts.
Thanks everyone for race and broadcast!
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|Subject: Re: Round 7 - 29e Grand Prix van Nederland [Apr 21st] Sun 21 Apr 2019 - 23:23|| |
Didn't think I'd get much done, but with some luck managed to sneak from 21st to 5th at the end, good race!
Had to quickly install the update from the Norisring, at first only tried to install the track again, thinking it might be the reason. But in the end, it was the missing update.
Although I am surprised all these SKY and such files that are outside the track folders now, sitting directly in the Locations folder.
: "JUNDT'S OFF-TRACK AGAIN!"Martin
: "That's a replay Murray, he's not even in the race anymore."
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|Subject: Re: Round 7 - 29e Grand Prix van Nederland [Apr 21st] Sun 21 Apr 2019 - 23:35|| |
- David Jundt wrote:
- Although I am surprised all these SKY and such files that are outside the track folders now, sitting directly in the Locations folder.
I have zero SKY and such files in my Locations folder.
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|Subject: Re: Round 7 - 29e Grand Prix van Nederland [Apr 21st] Mon 22 Apr 2019 - 2:08|| |
Was bitten by an apparent lag monster disguised as Magnano's beached car.
Thought I drove cleanly around it but heavy impact and a spin cost me massive time and position to Thim and Parker. (even looked odd in broadcast)
Despite these cars being almost indestructible from contact, seemed to lose most front grip after the incident and unable to get my spot back.
Happy for Parker!!!
and Grats to Grant
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|Subject: Re: Round 7 - 29e Grand Prix van Nederland [Apr 21st] Mon 22 Apr 2019 - 7:57|| |
It was a fun race after my miserable performance in qualifying. Somehow I made it from P14 to P4 and it might have been even better. But after what happened in Portland, I had just one goal - don't do anything stupid to Brian Janik
These cars were a blast to drive around Zandvoort. I'm looking forward to the remainder of the season. And grats to winning the championship, Grant
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|Subject: Re: Round 7 - 29e Grand Prix van Nederland [Apr 21st] Mon 22 Apr 2019 - 8:25|| |
- Thiago Canola wrote:
- then my windows alt+tab by itself
That's really strange. I've experienced similar problem for a couple of weeks back in 2013, when it happened in 46th minute of every hour, also that problem just stopped on its own, so I don't know about any solution
I am a simple guy - I see McLaren, I take it
Best result on the grid - 4th (2019's Gold Star Rd2 - Hockenheimring)
Best result in the race - 8th (2019's Gold Star Rd3, 2019's 1996 BTCC Rd9 Race 2, 2019's Gold Star Rd4, 2019's 1996 BTCC Rd10 Race 2)
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|Subject: Re: Round 7 - 29e Grand Prix van Nederland [Apr 21st] Mon 22 Apr 2019 - 8:53|| |
Another title for you
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|Subject: Re: Round 7 - 29e Grand Prix van Nederland [Apr 21st] Mon 22 Apr 2019 - 9:58|| |
Thank you very much for the congratulations guys
Last night was a bit mixed for myself. I felt so confident going into the race and was pleased with 2nd in Qualifying. Thiago that lap was amazing
My starts are something I have been working on and man I even shocked myself with the start. Into first but then I lost all confidence in my car and for some reason driving. I couldn't keep pace or find my rhythm. That was until I see Thiago Fade into the graphics. Was disappointed for him as it sucks coming out of any race but coming out like that is just that bit extra, especially with your pace
Started pacing literally the same times as Jaques and found it hard to gain any sort of time on him. Eventually did make it into the lead but only a lap later on the last turn we encountered an accident whilst lapping. No ones fault and just luck of the draw but I had some major front end damage. David, Thanks for slowing down for me to retake the position but I didn't want it to be gifted to me
you made it through unscathed so you deserve the spot. But I appreciate the gesture, shows great personality from you
Only a lap later I see David's engine give way and felt a bit deflated. Guy cant catch a break and would loved to of seen how this championship played out if either Thiago and Davids luck had not been so bad.
Cruised to the finish to keep it on the road.
Thank you again to everyone for the kind messages.
Jason again doing the best Broadcast there is around - for some reason you remind me of Martin Brundle
Looking forward to the next few rounds
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|Subject: Re: Round 7 - 29e Grand Prix van Nederland [Apr 21st] Wed 24 Apr 2019 - 10:22|| |
I am really disappointed after this race... I was preparing myself hard for this race. I finally solved my issues with lags - needed to buy new graphic card. So my PC finally works as it should. I spent some time by trying to find a perfect setup for this circuit. I was very happy about how fast I was in qually, my best place on the grid ever in this series. Sadly, I was out after a collision with Ray...I was behind the fence so I lost a lot of time when I was trying to get back to the track. Sadly, my car was damaged too much to continue. I work on three-shift model so this was the last race I was able to compete(I have a night shifts for last 2 Procar races) So gratulation to Grant for his title! You were incredibly fast every time I saw you on track. Good job! Let you all enjoy last 2 races! See you this weekend in Argentina in F1 1971!
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|Subject: Re: Round 7 - 29e Grand Prix van Nederland [Apr 21st] Thu 25 Apr 2019 - 14:17|| |
I knew I posted a race report, yet I just spent two days coming here digging for it in this thread wondering wth it went. Now I realize my error. I somehow managed to post it in the entry list thread
Anyways, adding it here and getting rid of the other as it's a bit out of place...lol
Had a house full of family around yesterday. Needless to say, attention and focus on this event suffered as a result.
Never managed to get a decent quali lap down as I showed up about half hour late and between that and all the talking people in my ears it was quite tricky doing much of anything.
P17 was not where I wanted to start, but ok. ...tight grid affraid
Managed to stay out of trouble and shot up into the top 10 fairly quickly.
However, that's about where the forward progress stopped.
Fun running with D. Sabre and D. Miller. I couldn't really do much other than follow, but sought to force a mistake or two a few times, though nothing really came of it. Good, clean stuff.
Broadcast was great, and that P2-P4 battle was awesome! Thanks a bunch for all that
Congrats (again) to Grant...on the win, and on the Championship. Impressive.
_________________Proud 2017 Indy 500 Rookie of the Year
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Round 7 - 29e Grand Prix van Nederland [Apr 21st]