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October 30, 2011, 08:36:27 AM +0000 - Okayama (Full) - iRacing Season 7 Endurance - @iRacing.com
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Nat. Make Model Class Qualifying Race
Tyres Pos Time/Gap Pos Time/Gap Laps Led Best Retirement
reason
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RikW
 TWFR
Honda ARX-01C (#36) LMP2 1 1:16.215
109.304mph
1 1:31:11.756
103.528mph
68 68 1:17.456
107.552mph
{unknown} 2
Simon Gymer
 Team Shark
Honda ARX-01C (#36) LMP2 3 +2.053
106.437mph
2 +32.768
102.912mph
68   1:18.661
105.905mph
{unknown} 4
Dimm
 Prodigy Racing
Honda ARX-01C (#46) LMP2 4 +2.139
106.320mph
3 +2L 66   1:19.283
105.074mph
{unknown} 17
Baz
 TWFR
Honda ARX-01C (#36) LMP2 5 +2.663
105.613mph
4 66   1:19.355
104.979mph
{unknown} 9
Gazza49er
 Team Pseudo Racing
Ford GT (#36) GT2 7 +13.095
93.277mph
5 +8L 60   1:30.445
92.107mph
Dunlop 2
coach075
 
Ford GT (#39) GT2 14 +24.037
83.096mph
6 +9L 59   1:31.471
91.073mph
Dunlop 3
Reign Man
 Team Pseudo Racing
Ford GT (#36) GT2 10 +14.409
91.925mph
7 +10L 58   1:31.035
91.510mph
Dunlop 24
TT-Beta
 Team Tortoise
Ford GT (#36) GT2 11 +14.993
91.336mph
8 58   1:31.127
91.417mph
Dunlop 5
w_pienaar
 
Ford GT (#36) GT2 12 +16.689
89.669mph
9 58   1:32.511
90.050mph
Dunlop 14
picnic
 Team Shark
Ford GT (#36) GT2 13 +17.028
89.343mph
10 +11L 57   1:32.274
90.281mph
Dunlop 16
Raimo Piiksi
 Prodigy Racing
Ford GT (#43) GT2 9 +13.842
92.503mph
11 +14L 54   1:30.894
91.652mph
Dunlop 21
UKPete
 Team Tortoise
Honda ARX-01C (#36) LMP2 2 +1.402
107.329mph
12 +29L 39   1:17.715
107.194mph
{unknown} 15
Bajarascal
 
Ford GT (#6) GT2 8 +13.327
93.035mph
13 +34L 34   1:30.288
92.267mph
Disco
Dunlop 12
Jamie Wilson
 FT-Ninecraft Racing
Honda ARX-01C (#36) LMP2 15 14 +68L 0   ---
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Disco
{unknown}  
purdie
 Legends Racing
Honda ARX-01C (#36) LMP2 6 +10.201
96.401mph
15 0   ---
---
Disco
{unknown}  
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LMP2
1:16.215
109.304mph
RikW
Qualifying
Honda ARX-01COctober 30, 2011, 08:36:27 AM +0000
i7e
iRacing
LMP2
1:17.456
107.552mph
RikW
Race
Honda ARX-01COctober 30, 2011, 08:36:27 AM +0000
i7e
iRacing
GT2
1:29.310
93.277mph
Gazza49er
Qualifying
Ford GTOctober 30, 2011, 08:36:27 AM +0000
i7e
iRacing
GT2
1:30.288
92.267mph
Bajarascal
Race
Ford GTOctober 30, 2011, 08:36:27 AM +0000
i7e
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« on: October 22, 2011, 08:29:53 PM +0100 »



Car:LMP2 HPD ARX-01C or GT2 Ford GT
Track:Okayama Full
When:Sunday 30th October
Practice:17:40 (80 mins)
Qualifying:19:00 (30 mins)
Race:19:30 - 21:00 (90 mins)
Start:Standard iRacing double file rolling start
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There will be a hosted practice session on the Saturday evening before the race - hosted by our partners at Legends League / TWFR.

The session will run from 18:00 UK time with 3 hours of practice and then 20 mins qual & a 25 min race.
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« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2011, 03:47:36 PM +0000 »

Not sure if I'm going to make it tonight, it's gonna be close...
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« Reply #2 on: October 30, 2011, 07:38:12 PM +0000 »

Couldn't hand over my dad duties in time again Sad.
Have a good race.
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« Reply #3 on: October 30, 2011, 09:30:26 PM +0000 »

My best GT race up until lap 46, where I forgot to brake into hairpin and went at terminal velocity into tirestacks.  Cool
Managed to get to pit for a 2min required repairs, went out on track again, but had to come back for the 4min optional repairs, to get the car drivable.

Was a very nice race guys, hope to see all and more next race  Smiley


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« Reply #4 on: October 30, 2011, 09:34:10 PM +0000 »

Race report on the team website...
http://www.teamshark.org.uk/Pages/News.aspx
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« Reply #5 on: October 30, 2011, 09:36:16 PM +0000 »

This race can be summed up I think by looking how I did in the GT race.  I got on the podium  Grin

....I also span the car 11 times, the first time hitting the wall and needing a trip to the pits.    

Swapped places a few times with Pete who was also have a few issues keeping the thing going in the right direction.  I have about had it with this car I think.

Grats to all finishers, and thanks to HPD's. you guys were very patient.
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« Reply #6 on: October 30, 2011, 09:58:49 PM +0000 »

Swapped places a few times with Pete who was also have a few issues keeping the thing going in the right direction.

Trouble was I was 2 laps behind you Sad I know I'm one of the slower guys at the virtual racing lark but I used to reckon I could get to within 2 seconds or so of the fast guys but I'm like 4 or 5 off in this car.

I abused my tyres something stupid in the first stint, locking up far too often in the braking zones. Comparing tyre wear between the 2 stints backed this up however at the end of the 2nd stint the car was almost undrivable for a man of my limited talents, especially in the slow corners where there just was no grip at the back.
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« Reply #7 on: October 31, 2011, 02:12:31 AM +0000 »

Well.....i was not looking forward to this at all, slow tight corners and the GT40 for most people = SPIN
i had a quick practice at silly oclock Sunday morning and i was no impressed at all, sure i can go round
but not with a fast time, and it was just going to be a chore.

So for all intents and purposes i was nothing going to bother, i am really out of love for iracing at the moment.
But i saw UK-Pete in practice and thought i best show my face.
I did a few laps with a slidey set up which i don't like at all.... then swapped to a old set up i had which made the car heavy
but drivable.
No need to qualify really as i aint going to be as fast as the front lads and it is a long race so stuck a 1:31.208 with full fule
seems it stuck to the track better with full fuel so happy bunny...i have a optimal of a second less but can't seem to put it in.
But i was very happy with my spot.

Race was going fine, catching up with Ramio long race and no rush, then lap 9 up hill onto back straight OMG the THING stepped out slightly.......then SNAP
Sent me hard into the wall rear end first...the car was UN-driveable worse i have ever had it...i said a few words......
I never expected it there at all.
So i got a tow thinking that was it.........i must have the best crew in the world as they fixed it after 2 mins or so.......well its a long race
and in true Tortoise fashion i set off after the Hares.......who had well and truly gone !!

So i was in last place for quite a while thinking oh poo  Tongue
I kept seeing Ramio hitting the kittly litter at the end of the back straight with his bucket and spade lol
but i was not on the same lap as anyone  Shocked
Ramio pitted and i pitted again the next lap at least then i got new tyres and full gas to get me to the end of the race
and i could just think of getting to the end.

Well other people must have had problems cos i see people 45 secs away but on the same lap, so i swore again.....keep plugging away
and lap after lap i got there in the end and ended up with a very happy 4th....
Best i had ever hoped for was a 3rd so i am more than happy with the result.

Well done to Gary for taking the win
Julien for 2nd
Adam 3rd

Well done and big thanks to the HPD drivers for giving us room and not forcing anything upon us...well me anyway i had no problems.

I do always try and give you the better line if i am not racing for position but the Ford GT is a bike like taking a Grate Dane for a walk
Some times it goes where it wants and sometimes it is best to just follow and not try and fight it  laugh

Thanks again.

Andy G

www.teamtortoise.co.uk
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« Reply #8 on: October 31, 2011, 10:37:00 AM +0000 »

Shame the turnout was rather low, although I'm not sure I would have liked to run this track with 30+ cars! Hopefully this week's update to the NTM will improve the enjoyment factor and we can get a decent attendance for the last race at Daytona.

As usual I had over-estimated the number of laps we would fit into the 90 minutes and thought I would need to get to lap 35 before pitting to be safe. As a result I was saving fuel right from the start and kept the fuel setting at 4. A mixture of this and caution when lapping the GTs meant that Simon was able to keep rather closer than I liked but when he was forced to pit on lap 33 I knew I should have an easier time for the second half of the race. This indeed turned out to be the case and the gap grew to nearly 40 seconds before I had a silly spin with only a few minutes to go. But that only cost a few seconds and I was able to cruise to the finish. At the end I still had 4.5 kg of fuel left so I guess I was overdoing the saving Smiley
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« Reply #9 on: October 31, 2011, 10:42:43 AM +0000 »

Yeah I was on fuel setting 8 in the first half which was clearly the only reason I wasn't too far behind. Then after pitting slightly earlier than I would have hoped I had to whack it down to 1 for the rest of the race until a few to go which is why you then extended your lead a fair bit. I think in hindsight a fuel setting of 4 or 3 would have been better for the hole race instead of a race of two halves. I actually found it a bit easier with the fuel setting down as I could use the accelerator pedal more aggresively with less chance of spinning off. I was also trying to compensate for not going as fast down the straights on fuel setting 1 by braking later. I managed to get not too far away from my full pace doing that, but it took me a while to work it out properly so I lost a bit trying to brake and accelerate like I had on fuel setting 8.
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« Reply #10 on: October 31, 2011, 12:17:15 PM +0000 »

Another good race for me!!

The start was a joke as my line didnt seem to go and had to brake as the HPD infront of me seemed slow to go and 2 GT2's were past me before the green lights came on  Shocked  

Anyway got past Adam quite quickly and was chasing Russell untill he had a spin and that was that really. Kept it neat and tidy not pushing to much as had a big lead and brought it home.

I dont have Daytona track so thats it for me this series. Shame i missed a few at the start and shame the numbers have fallen but i hope we keep going with something next season.

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« Reply #11 on: November 01, 2011, 09:02:23 AM +0000 »

...The start was a joke as my line didnt seem to go and had to brake as the HPD infront of me seemed slow to go and 2 GT2's were past me before the green lights came on  Shocked  
When 1 or more HPD's don't start the race, the lines gets truncated, but you still should stay behind your class pole-sitter until green or maybe until startline?

Good race and win Gary  Smiley
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