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 USAC Round 2 - Phoenix 200 [May 28th]

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Yasin Bastak
Paul Nadeau
Hakan Yanik
finally gone :)
Eric Plana
Timo Vermeersch
Franck Tripey
Luis Garcia
Vincent Beretta
Steve Parker
Alessandro Milano Rossini
Patrick Marucco
Thomas Cazorla
JB Massida
Carlo Pozzi
Tiago Malafaya
Guillaume Siebert
Yannick Lampure
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Tiago Malafaya
Racing Legend
Tiago Malafaya


Number of posts : 3384
Age : 46
Location : Porto, Portugal
Registration date : 2008-10-05

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Franck Tripey wrote:
Départ difficile ! aprés une touchette, je spin dans le T1 ! et repart dernier Evil or Very Mad !!!

Sorry m8 :doh:

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Osman Dogan
Rookie



Number of posts : 11
Age : 66
Location : Türkiye
Registration date : 2010-05-05

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I am going to make pit.
And !
Ben Paulet is made mola for drinking cafe. :bangry:

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I lost 60 sn for there, İt means 2 laps.
other than this race is good.
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Guillaume Siebert
League Owner
Guillaume Siebert


Number of posts : 13827
Age : 37
Location : Paris, France
Registration date : 2008-09-08

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That was unfortunate Osman, some cars who left the race were still on their pitbox, a bug with the track. Neutral
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Steve Parker
Racing Legend
Steve Parker


Number of posts : 2000
Age : 64
Location : England uk
Registration date : 2008-12-22

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Sorry did not get home in time,stuck in middle of london Mad

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Jon Lasa
Club Driver
Jon Lasa


Number of posts : 112
Age : 44
Location : Green Capital 2012
Registration date : 2010-05-20

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Guillaume Siebert wrote:
That was unfortunate Osman, some cars who left the race were still on their pitbox, a bug with the track. Neutral

Yep, I had parked one car in my three pitstops lol!

Not a lot of change in my last race position
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Yannick Lampure
Pro Driver
Yannick Lampure


Number of posts : 914
Age : 58
Location : toulouse, france
Registration date : 2009-02-23

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Salut a tous :hello:
Bravo au podium :clap:
Sympa cette course hier Cool
J’ai bien essayé de contenir Tiago mai sans succès.(il est plus fort que moi :rigol: ) :top:
Bon 7 c’est déjà pas mal. Very Happy
Pas facile les ovales, c’est une première pour moi. Smile
A bientôt. Wink

Yannick

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Pierre Labédan
Pro Driver
Pierre Labédan


Number of posts : 651
Age : 70
Location : Nogaro gers
Registration date : 2009-04-29

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milles excuses pour mon crash qui a du semer la panique ,j ai perdu l image pendant 20s,a :doh:
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Patrick Marucco
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Patrick Marucco


Number of posts : 2399
Age : 67
Location : Joué les Tours
Registration date : 2008-12-18

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1ere experience pour moi egalement sur ovale, j'ai trouvé ça tres sympa, il faut juste que je me muscle un peu le bras droit :D

Ici plus qu'ailleur le setup a une enorme importance, le mien n'etait surement pas assez agressif mais j'ai fait avec
Il m'a même permis d'economiser mes pneus et de ne faire qu' 1 stop au lieu de 2 ou 3 pour les plus rapides

J'ai géré ma course en fonction de ça et cela m'a amener dans le top 10 pour la 2eme fois consecutive Very Happy

Juste un truc, pour le tour lancé je n'ai pas compris pourquoi une fois encore (apres Daytona) le leader qui roulait à 140 km/h dans la ligne d'en face a ralenti jusqu'à 60 km/h en vue de la ligne de départ scratch
Innevitablement derriere cela fait l'accordeon et les cartons sont innevitables Crying or Very sad
Il est pourtant facile sur un ovale de garder une vitesse constante

Bravo aux finisseurs et encore merci aux organisateurs de nous proposer des championnats aussi variés et interressants :top:

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Eric Plana
Experienced Driver
Eric Plana


Number of posts : 366
Age : 49
Location : Barcelona (Spain)
Registration date : 2010-04-29

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Patrick Marucco wrote:
Juste un truc, pour le tour lancé....

Une question. Pour quoi pas faire la sortie lancé géré par le serveur?
J'imagine que les admins on une raison pour le faire a ça façon.

Les fois que j'ai fait des courses avec tour lancé on le faisait avec l'option du serveur (rolling).
Le SafetyCar en AI fait le tour a une vitesse (configurable dans le RFM "FormationSpeedKPH = 100") et en arrivant a la sortie il rentre a pits. La caravane continue en accélérant doucement jusque le serveur indique GREEN !!! et c'est partie... Surprised

La norme des avancements avant ou après la ligne de départ peut être aussi configuré au RFM
Quote :
// Whether passing is allowed on starts and restarts before the start/finish line; default=0, possible values
// are 1=passing on right is legal, 2=passing on left is legal, and 3=passing anywhere is legal.
PassingBeforeLineOval=1
PassingBeforeLineRoad=0

De toute façon la plusieurs de fois dans certains circuits les SC font des bêtises et j'imagine que pour cela les admins utilisent ce système.

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Tiago Malafaya
Racing Legend
Tiago Malafaya


Number of posts : 3384
Age : 46
Location : Porto, Portugal
Registration date : 2008-10-05

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If it works well, could be a possibility

Oh, I passed the 1000th post, didn't notice :champ:

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Timo Vermeersch
Racing Legend
Timo Vermeersch


Number of posts : 1345
Age : 54
Location : Brussels
Registration date : 2009-08-11

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Short race-recap.

Got stuck in the office longer than anticipated. Still wanted to do my friday jogging so went for the run, got back home all sweaty and thirsty by 20.20. Had a quick shower and quick bowl of soup to find myself behind the wheel with 2 min of warm-up to go. Just in time ... Having missed qualification, I would however be starting last, which was not really a problem on this short track, I guessed.

On the server, I had received a set-up from Pierre which was a bit to loose for me, but with some minor additional tuning, it felt perfect. I could run the race with one stop and could lap without having to change gears and, because I could slide the car a bit, the temp of the front right was manageable.

The start was a bit strange. The first green green seemed to come way to early. Then the field set off at quiet a pace to slow down drastically on the back straight. Then, when the "OK Green" came, I was not sure whether it really was the start and so I took it really slow and even fell back a bit. When I had the impression, everyone was racing, I started charging and was lucky enough to avoid the wrecks of the first laps.

At the start of the race, I was actually surprised at how easy I could reel in and pass the first cars I met. I was only pushing when closing a gap and when I started passing cars, I could actually cool down my tyres. As a result, also due to the misfortune of others, I found myself in the top 10 rather quickly. Then the one stop started working as others made their fiirst pit and I soldiered on and I think I even ran 4th or 3rd for a while. However, as of lap 85-90, with 10-15 laps to go in the first stint. The backside of the one-stop strategy kicked in hard. The car became very understeering as the front right was gone and I lost between 1 and 2 seconds a lap. Taking into account that a pitstop costs around 15 sec here, I'm not convinced that a one-stopper was such a huge advantage. Anyyway, 3 or 4 cars repass me by the end of my fiirst stint. I pit and rejoin somewhere around 7th.

I can then repass some cars and when others go in for their second stop, I make it into the top 5 again. I then hit Paul from behind. Big appologies for that. I don't understand what happened there. I was approaching the turn slightly slower then usual and suddenly the speed-difference between us seemed to be much bigger than I had anticipated. I also had a look at the replay afterwards and still don't get it. Seems like Paul may have been trying to enter the pit or something but on the other hand, we were quiet high up on the track. Beats me ... Appologies for that.

I then seem to setlle down in 4th, untill Vincent smacks his car in the wall and I end up with a podium ... Yihaa. :third:

This was a good night of fun. As you almost always have some kind of action around you on these short tracks, this was a lot less dull than one could expect from 200 laps turning around. It was actually hard work to remain focussed all the time and avoid mayhem.

Looking forward to the next one.

Timo

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