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September 26, 2014, 10:11:43 PM +0100 - Imola - UKGPL Season 27 (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
Ferrari 312 (1969) F1 1969 2 +0.224
124.580mph
1 15:06.822
123.800mph
10 1:29.600
125.295mph
Dunlop  
Mark Jones
 
BRM P126/139 F1 1969 3 +0.269
124.518mph
2 +21.910
120.879mph
10 1:30.353
124.251mph
Dunlop  
AnGex
 Black Night Racing
Matra MS84 F1 1969 4 +1.406
122.967mph
3 +28.391
120.041mph
10 1:31.492
122.704mph
Dunlop  
GregT
 
Ferrari 312 (1969) F1 1969 1 1:29.890
124.891mph
4 +29.520
119.897mph
10 1:29.935
124.828mph
Dunlop  
Rainier
 Black Night Racing
Lotus 63 (DFV) F1 1969 6 +3.478
120.239mph
5 +51.805
117.109mph
10 1:33.295
120.333mph
Firestone  
dave curtis
 Team Straggler
Matra MS80 (DFV) F1 1969 8 +20.057
102.108mph
6 +56.718
116.512mph
10 1:32.373
121.534mph
Dunlop  
NickyIckx
 Antipasti Racing
Lotus 63 (DFV) F1 1969 7 +3.911
119.683mph
7 +1:12.515
114.633mph
10 1:33.112
120.569mph
Firestone  
DLogan
 
Ferrari 312 (1969) F1 1969 5 +1.937
122.256mph
8 +1L
116.646mph
9 1:30.962
123.419mph
Dunlop  
UKGPL 8
 
BRM P126/139 F1 1969 9 9 DNS ---
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Dunlop  
September 26, 2014, 10:50:33 PM +0100 - Imola - UKGPL Season 27 (2014) Friday Trophy
Driver
 Team
Nat. Make Model Class Qualifying Race
Tyres Pos Time/Gap Pos Time/Gap Laps Stops Best Retirement
reason
Ballast
GregT
 
Ferrari 312 (1969) F1 1969 1 1:29.657
125.211mph
1 30:10.648
124.000mph
20 1:29.037
126.083mph
Dunlop  
Mark Jones
 
BRM P126/139 F1 1969 2 +0.686
124.260mph
2 +9.626
123.344mph
20 1:30.303
124.315mph
Dunlop  
Cookie
 Antipasti Racing
BRM P126/139 F1 1969 3 +1.166
123.603mph
3 +9.953
123.322mph
20 1:30.129
124.555mph
Dunlop  
AnGex
 Black Night Racing
Matra MS84 F1 1969 5 +1.842
122.690mph
4 +48.054
120.794mph
20 1:31.697
122.425mph
Dunlop  
dave curtis
 Team Straggler
Matra MS80 (DFV) F1 1969 7 +4.829
118.812mph
5 +1:11.908
119.264mph
20 1:31.964
122.070mph
Dunlop  
DLogan
 
Ferrari 312 (1969) F1 1969 4 +1.795
122.753mph
6 +1:18.599
118.841mph
20 1:30.544
123.984mph
Dunlop  
NickyIckx
 Antipasti Racing
Lotus 63 (DFV) F1 1969 6 +4.183
119.629mph
7 +8L
117.800mph
12 1:32.943
120.784mph
Disco
Firestone  
BadBlood
 Team Straggler
Lotus 49b (DFV) F1 1969 8 +6.262
117.037mph
8 +14L
113.974mph
6 1:34.441
118.868mph
accident
Firestone  
UKGPL 8
 
BRM P126/139 F1 1969 9 9 DNS ---
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Dunlop  
SimRacing.org.uk Lap Records
Grand Prix Legends
F1 1969
1:29.657
125.215mph
GregT
Qualifying
Ferrari 312 (1969)September 26, 2014, 10:50:33 PM +0100
S27Fri
Grand Prix Legends
F1 1969
1:29.037
126.087mph
GregT
Race
Ferrari 312 (1969)September 26, 2014, 10:50:33 PM +0100
S27Fri
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« on: September 23, 2014, 11:37:43 AM +0100 »

Season 27 Friday Trophy - Rounds 19 & 20 - Imola - 69Xtra

Welcome to the next round for the Friday Trophy, we move to Italy. Imola. Named for the Ferrari heir, Dino, the track was renamed as the Autodromo Enzo e Dino after Enzo's death in 1988.
The track was inaugurated in 1953, and it had no chicanes, so the run from Rivazza all the way to Tosa, through the pits and the eventually notorious Tamburello was totally flat out, as was the run from Acque Minerali all the way to Rivazza was just a long straight with a few small bends; and the circuit remained in this configuration until 1972. Long time home of the San Marino Grand Prix (and once of the Italian Grand Prix) the circuit is fast, bumpy and dangerous.
After the deaths of Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna in 1994, the track was remodelled to reduce speeds but we use the original, high speed layout. Luckily the worst we can suffer is a disconnect.

This seasons tracks will be easy and well known to have a smaller time gap between the lights and heavies,
if there is a too big gap on a track, a stop and go for the lights in the 30min race will be recommended!

This is really designed to be a fun series with 3 different car mods
- running 1 sprint length race of ~15 min and a ~30 min race with the same car.
- ONE SHIFT-R with NO Stop n Go

Light drivers are restricted to not use the big 4: McLaren M7, Brabham BT26a, Lotus 49b, Matra MS80
Heavy drivers will allways have a free car choice!

Race List = IGOR
Server = UKGPL_8
IP address = tbc
Race date = 26-09-2014
Variant = 69X
Damage Model = intermediate
Track = Imola

Qualifying 1 Time = 20 minutes, starting  20:45 UK time
Race 1 Time = race 1 starts at ~21:05 UK time
Race 1 length = 15 minutes (10 laps )

Qualifying 2 Time = 10 minutes, starting  ~21:25 UK time
Race 2 Time = race 2 starts at ~21:35 UK time
Race 2 length = 30 minutes (20 laps )

Password: see above
Replay = will be here

Drivers having missed race1 can join the server for the Quali of race2 in IGOR

Please restrict chat to only real necessary messages including at the end of the race until ALL drivers still racing have crossed the line.

Races will be moderated for reported incidents only unless there is something VERY BAD happening!! so be nice to each other. Wink

GLA

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« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2014, 04:25:14 PM +0100 »

 :)could imagine the Ferrari is to fast for lights as well...
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« Reply #2 on: September 26, 2014, 05:12:04 PM +0100 »

Smiley could imagine the Ferrari is too fast for lights as well...

The 69s 312 has no chance to keep up with any of those big 4 Wink

In the Rank it's ~1,5sec slower
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« Reply #3 on: September 26, 2014, 06:13:54 PM +0100 »

Smiley could imagine the Ferrari is too fast for lights as well...

The 69s 312 has no chance to keep up with any of those big 4 Wink

In the Rank it's ~1,5sec slower

The Ferrari looks pretty fast when choosing Multiple Choice Hell on GPLRank

Pos   Laptime   Driver   Class   Chassis   Session   Date and time   Steer   Brake   Shift   Buddy
1   1:27.570   craig leech   F1   Matra MS80   Training   2013-10-02 23:17:49   
2   1:27.736   Rome Schihalev   F1   Ferrari 312   Training   2013-11-11 09:34:21   
3   1:27.810   Petr Romanov   F1   Ferrari 312   Practice   2013-11-10 13:31:01   
4   1:28.004   David French   F1   Matra MS80   Training   2012-01-27 06:37:19   
5   1:28.096   mike holland   F1   Lotus 49B   Practice   2013-05-13 09:50:05   
6   1:28.582   Timothy Butler   F1   Lotus 49B   Training   2014-02-17 03:05:40   
7   1:28.593   Ron Clegg   F1   Brabham BT26   Race   2012-01-24 01:55:22   
8   1:28.736   Urban G Alsenmyr   F1   Matra MS80   Training   2014-03-15 02:54:43   
9   1:28.983   Franck Behra   F1   McLaren M7   Practice   2012-05-20 15:17:18   
10   1:29.117   Florian Gebhardt   F1   Brabham BT26   Practice   2013-02-17 12:44:44   
11   1:29.138   G√∂ran Jonsson   F1   Brabham BT26   Training   2012-01-23 19:16:59   
12   1:29.299   Axel Koch   F1   Ferrari 312   Practice   2014-09-25 13:27:49   

Axel knows I can't resist driving a Ferrari especially on an Italian track. I don't know what to do. It appears that the Lights have too much of an advantage but I don't want to drive a slower car than the other Lights drivers except for sentimental or nostalgic reasons. I do seem to be slow on this track and I don't know if I've ever driven the 69x 312. The 312 may not be much advantage on the Heavies in my hands but I might pick up a lot of speed prior to the race starting.
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« Reply #4 on: September 27, 2014, 09:07:14 AM +0100 »

Now, Greg you are in this Ferrari top10  thumbup1
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« Reply #5 on: September 27, 2014, 04:27:49 PM +0100 »

Congrats Axel, Mark, and Andreas.

Christmas in September? Axel was especially kind to let me drive the 312. When he said he would drive the BRM prior to the 1st heat, I thought he was trying to give me a win? Don't worry Axel. No matter how bad you guys might kick my butt at times, I won't get too discouraged.

That was fun. This was my second outing here in GPL. I used to drive here a lot 20 years ago in Microprose's World Circuit. I can't actually remember doing it though since it's been so long. My 1st try in GPL here was rather ugly. I used qualifying to set up the car and over fueled the car significantly for the race. The best I could do was 1:30.5 in the MS80 but before the race was over I was getting comfortable with the car and had learned the track.

I wish I could have kept up with Axel longer in the 1st heat. Axel was starting to open a little gap so I went flying into Rivazza like my tires were warm and spun the car. Luckily I didn't hit anything but I had to wait for most of the field to pass me before I could continue. I caught up with Andreas and DaveR pretty quickly but I thought it was going to take a while to find a place to pass. Both Andreas and I were able to pass Dave coming out of Tamburello but I ran wide at Tosa immediately giving the position back to Dave. Dave made it easy for me the 2nd time with an off track excursion of his own. I almost caught up with Andreas again when time ran out. Another 3 or 4 laps and I'd have passed you too Andreas? As well as Andreas was driving I figured it would take at least 2 laps to get a good opportunity to pass, maybe longer.

The second heat was great for me. I was fairly fast and consistent. Mark and Axel were fast enough that I couldn't make any real mistake or take it easy. I was able to back off a little bit in the middle of the heat but for at least 2/3 of the race I had to go as fast as I could to keep them from gaining on me. The MS80 setup that I transferred to the 312 worked very good. It was fairly easy to drive and very smooth. I thought I might be able to beat Axel if he drove the BRM. With him in the 312 the only real chance I had was if he made a mistake. I also imagine Mark would have been very strong in the 312 too.

I couldn't have asked for more. A win and fast lap were much more than I expected. It was nice to get some experience in a pleasant car to drive that I hadn't used before. Axel and Clive are doing a good job teaching me to drive more of the cars in GPL. Before coming online last year, all I knew how to drive were the 67 312, 330, 712, 910, and M8F.

Thanks guys.
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« Reply #6 on: September 28, 2014, 02:24:19 AM +0100 »

Well done Axel and Greg.  I completely forgot about the Ferrari, and it was faaast - just couldn't quite keep up in the noisy BRM.  Managed to keep ahead of Axel in heat 2 after he switched, so that was something.
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