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June 06, 2014, 10:10:03 PM +0100 - Mexico City (1962-1979) - UKGPL Season 26 (2014) Friday Trophy
Driver
 Team
Nat. Make Model Class Qualifying Race
Tyres Pos Time/Gap Pos Time/Gap Laps Stops Best Retirement
reason
Ballast
Cookie
 Antipasti Racing
Lola T100 (BMW) GPL F2 1 1:50.886
100.859mph
1 22:24.755
99.800mph
12 1:50.846
100.895mph
Dunlop  
Mark Jones
 
Cooper T84 GPL F2 2 +0.490
100.415mph
2 +10.649
99.016mph
12 1:51.721
100.105mph
Dunlop  
Tom van Ostade
 Antipasti Racing
Brabham BT14 GPL F2 6 +1.916
99.146mph
3 +13.591
98.801mph
12 1:51.612
100.203mph
Dunlop  
DLogan
 
Cooper T84 GPL F2 10 4 +16.603
98.582mph
12 1:49.961
101.707mph
Dunlop  
dave curtis
 Black Night Racing
Matra MS7 GPL F2 3 +1.018
99.941mph
5 +22.601
98.150mph
12 1:51.339
100.449mph
Dunlop  
Rainier
 Black Night Racing
Lola T100 (BMW) GPL F2 4 +1.194
99.784mph
6 +33.669
97.362mph
12 1:52.096
99.770mph
Dunlop  
francesco
 Antipasti Racing
Matra MS5 GPL F2 7 +2.036
99.040mph
7 +39.543
96.949mph
12 1:52.801
99.147mph
Dunlop  
NickyIckx
 Antipasti Racing
Ferrari 166 GPL F2 5 +1.459
99.549mph
8 +41.052
96.843mph
12 1:52.307
99.583mph
Firestone  
maddog
 Antipasti Racing
McLaren M4A GPL F2 9 9 (+3) +46.342
96.475mph
12 1:51.745
100.084mph
Goodyear  
UKGPL 8
 
McLaren M4A GPL F2 8 10 DNS ---
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Goodyear  

Moderator's Report

one incident in the red zone


Server replay time: 0h01m09s

Martin keeps the inside to T1 but hits the brake hard and goes into the gras, not loosing much speed. Reentering the track he just wipes out Dave...
The rules say:
The rejoining driver was NOT in full control but nevertheless attempted to drive straight back onto the racing line without any consideration for other drivers and contact was made.

June 06, 2014, 11:07:10 PM +0100 - Mexico City (1962-1979) - UKGPL Season 26 (2014) Friday Trophy
Driver
 Team
Nat. Make Model Class Qualifying Race
Tyres Pos Time/Gap Pos Time/Gap Laps Stops Best Retirement
reason
Ballast
Tom van Ostade
 Antipasti Racing
BRM P126/139 F1 1969 2 +0.240
107.203mph
1 24:39.447
105.800mph
14 1:44.122
107.378mph
Dunlop  
maddog
 Antipasti Racing
Ferrari 312 (1969) F1 1969 1 1:44.052
107.450mph
2 +17.049
104.595mph
14 1:44.232
107.265mph
Dunlop  
dave curtis
 Black Night Racing
Matra MS80 (DFV) F1 1969 5 +1.714
105.709mph
3 +22.666
104.204mph
14 1:44.361
107.132mph
Dunlop  
Mark Jones
 
Lotus 63 (DFV) F1 1969 3 +0.694
106.738mph
4 +33.266
103.474mph
14 1:45.969
105.506mph
Firestone  
Rainier
 Black Night Racing
Lotus 63 (DFV) F1 1969 9 +6.132
101.470mph
5 +53.007
102.141mph
14 1:47.889
103.629mph
Firestone  
AnGex
 Black Night Racing
Matra MS84 F1 1969 7 +2.704
104.729mph
6 +58.285
101.790mph
14 1:47.137
104.356mph
Dunlop  
NickyIckx
 Antipasti Racing
Matra MS84 F1 1969 8 +6.017
101.576mph
7 +1:18.014
100.501mph
14 1:48.354
103.184mph
Dunlop  
BadBlood
 Blue Moose Racing
Lotus 49b (DFV) F1 1969 11 8 +1:48.032
98.600mph
14 1:47.617
103.891mph
Firestone  
Ronniepeterson
 
Matra MS84 F1 1969 12 9 +1L
96.896mph
13 1:52.107
99.730mph
Dunlop  
DLogan
 
Lotus 63 (DFV) F1 1969 4 +1.363
106.061mph
10 +10L
101.716mph
4 1:46.429
105.050mph
Disco
Firestone  
Cookie
 Antipasti Racing
Matra MS84 F1 1969 6 +2.674
104.758mph
11 +1.006
101.484mph
4 1:47.023
104.467mph
Disco
Dunlop  
UKGPL 8
 
McLaren M9A F1 1969 10 12 DNS ---
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Dunlop  

Moderator's Report

A clean red zone and nothing reported

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« on: June 03, 2014, 05:32:13 PM +0100 »

Season 26 Friday Mixed Trophy, Round 37 + 38, Mexico City

The Friday series moves to Mexico City, a not very popular papy track.


Race List = IGOR
Server = UKGPL_8
IP address = tba - get in IGOR
Race date = 06-06-2014
Race Time = race starts at 21:05 UK time
Qualifying Time = starting no later than 20.45 UK time
Track = Mexico City Papy
Variant = F2 and 69X  
Damage Model = inter
Red Zone = first lap to the exit of the Hairpin
Race length = ~20 minutes ( F2 12 laps  /  69X 14 laps )
Password: see above
Replays = here


                 Heavies                                               Lights
F2's           Free Choice                                          Ferrari, Bt14, LolaBMW and Cooper
69x            Free Choice                                         Lot49, Lot 63,  Matra 84, BRM139 and any wingless car



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« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2014, 05:59:02 PM +0100 »

This post was edited, when the race notification was changed from : No Handicap, to : Handicapped Lights.

    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

The idea of this Series has been to allow slower drivers to experience racing with the fast crowd.  To add some extra uncertainty to the mix.  This has not worked well, as not many have been brave enough to try.  

If the Friday trophy handicap ends next Season, I will not be racing these cars often.  "Heavies," are too few.  You will have a smaller group of fast drivers.  smartass

 


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« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2014, 06:45:44 PM +0100 »

LOL Martin Cool

I had allready revised my draft before you posted...
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« Reply #3 on: June 04, 2014, 01:10:30 AM +0100 »

Cool, hope to participate in this, perhaps with a wingless BRM  Cool
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« Reply #4 on: June 06, 2014, 10:36:04 PM +0100 »

Turned up with a minute to go... busy busy busy.

Monza setup isn't ideal but just feeling like I was getting to grip with it when I span and damaged something. Just getting it back when I blew the engine. Scramble to get across the line and into the Pits before Tommie lapped me.

Tom's car was obviously quicker because the wings were not dragging the car back like my Lotus. I would DEFINITELY have been four secs a lap quicker if I had had a setup <ahem>

WD guys. This is a fun series. Sad I have not been able to make more of them but Friday nights see me taxi-ing the girls around... ho hum.
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« Reply #5 on: June 06, 2014, 11:19:23 PM +0100 »

Woohoo! Been too long without a win. Although I did have a bit of luck.

In the BT14 as always for the Formula 2 race. Also, as always it was hard to get the BT14 to handle. In the end I made some small last minute changes during quali which seemed to make the car easier to handle, although not perfect. Got a rocket start and blasted by just about everyone, until I was overtaken again by everyone halfway down the straight Cheesy . Somehow managed not to get tangled up in a possible melee, and from that point on it was just a matter of hanging on and staying on track. Managed to profit from a few spins and slipstreamed the Matra's to get home 3rd Smiley .

Took a 1967 Lotus 49 Greger Huttu setup for my BRM P138 in the 1969 Formula 1 race, pretty much unmodified, taking over the wing settings from another Mexico setup. Fiddled with the gearing a bit during quali and found out the car actually handled okay, at least at first glance. Set out just staying out there learning the car and the track as much as possible during quali. I seemed to get faster and faster, until I had the pace to beat the four wheel driven cars. Only Martin in the mighty Ferrari was faster, and I got the car P2 on the grid. Reasonable start, again managed not to get tangled up, and set about chasing down Martin whilst simultaneously continue learning about the car. I was able to make Martin nervous and he lost it at the hairpin, but his car was blocking the track so I decided to give his car a gentle nudge so we could both continue quickly. Bit risky but it worked out and we stayed P1 and P2. Couple of laps later, the same thing but this time there was a gap behind Martin and I managed the sneak through. Martin got stuck on the inside embankment of the hairpin so all I had to do next was keep the thing on the track, in which I succeeded. Also found out that, if you are smooth, the harder you push the car, the better it handled. In the end I got a fastest lap only 6 or 7 tenths behind my Ferrari PB, so well pleased Smiley .

Here is the Formula 2 Brabham BT14 setup I used: http://www.grandprixlegends.co.nf/files/TvO_BT14_mex.bg1 .

Here is the 1969 Formula 1 Brm P126/138/139 setup I used: http://www.grandprixlegends.co.nf/files/TvO_BRM_69_mex.br1 .

To use them put them in your GPL/players/your_name/setups/mexico folder.
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« Reply #6 on: June 07, 2014, 12:17:52 AM +0100 »

This Lola BMW has a great engine with some torque, this is needed in Mexico!
Only one mistake made it a save win...


Grats Tommie for this big win!
The 69 track version is a horror for me as these polos are not there but such nearly invisible rumble pads in the key corners!
This made me never get a rhythm on this parts. When Dean spun in the hairpin in front of me I over braked and spun too into the inner barrier. I made a esc to end this drama.

Is there a way to get rid of this 69 version, as it seems the chicane and the esses are narrower than the 67 version?
The polos are dangerous to touch but they are good visible and give a good reference point for braking and accelerating.
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« Reply #7 on: June 07, 2014, 05:06:58 AM +0100 »

Well done to Axel and Tommie.  I've always struggled with the Mexico track, and so just wanted a good undramatic round, and I (mostly) got that. 
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« Reply #8 on: June 07, 2014, 05:42:04 AM +0100 »

 :)big hand to winners & podium ones !


I had big fun & it feels great to be back after too long period of none racing.

btw. 69x replay isnt complete, only 256kb of size  Huh Huh
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« Reply #9 on: June 07, 2014, 08:31:18 AM +0100 »

Nice to see you back Nicky!

I just reupped the 69X replay  Wink
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« Reply #10 on: June 07, 2014, 02:31:55 PM +0100 »

Mine was a tale of 2 very different races.  Arrived with no setup for race one, which left me chasing my tail, thanks to curtailed Friday practices.  This meant rare glimpses of last place, in the race. 

Better prepared for race 2, a tweak or two allowed the pinching of a suitable spot up front.  All then started well, except for an annoying grumbling from behind.  It belonged to BRM Tommie's BRM, which clung to my tail for half the race, and rudely passed by, the 2nd time I turned around to wave.  I must remember to be less cordial next time, as I'd prefer to leave the grumbling behind me!  Tongue
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« Reply #11 on: June 07, 2014, 02:41:53 PM +0100 »

A solution to Cookie's 69 situation at Mexico, would be to rename the tracks/mexico folder - Mexico___69, and then re-install the original.  Also, remove the extra entry in your track.ini, or it will be available 2 times from the selection page.  To use the 69 version, use the original folder name again. Wink
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« Reply #12 on: June 07, 2014, 06:51:02 PM +0100 »

The easiest way is to just remove or rename the mexico.369 and mexico.t69 in the track folder. That should work I think Smiley . It will give you the 1967 version.

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« Reply #13 on: June 07, 2014, 08:21:00 PM +0100 »

Sorry about my ignorance on these matters but does this just change the track for the individual driver or the track that every one will be driving on?
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« Reply #14 on: June 07, 2014, 10:44:02 PM +0100 »

My turn again!  The data exchanged via the Net is kept very small.  So collision data from track objects, will remain firmly attached to your screen, wthout teleportation to other screens.  So if some rascal runs online at Kyalami without a pit wall, they won't hit your pit wall, but will drive harmlessly through it.   Same goes for tyres at Mexico City. 

Car data IS exchanged, as this usually makes races a bit less lonely.  laugh 
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