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April 23, 2006, 09:07:31 PM +0100 - Estoril (GP (2000 onwards)) - UKGTR GTR1 Endurance Season 2
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Lister Storm GT1 4 +2.080
96.087mph
1 1:20:14.150
90.591mph
47 1:37.731
94.945mph
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SpaceFox
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Saleen S7-R GT1 3 +1.860
96.307mph
2 +50.674
89.647mph
47 1:38.071
94.616mph
Dunlop  
Simon Gymer
 Team Shark
Ferrari 360 Modena NGT 7 +6.374
91.997mph
3 +1L
87.838mph
46 1:41.751
91.194mph
Dunlop  
Mark J
 Legends Racing
Porsche 911 GT3-RS NGT 9 +6.596
91.795mph
4 +17.608
87.521mph
46 1:42.020
90.953mph
Dunlop  
Truetom
 Ze insane Penguins
Ferrari 360 Modena NGT 11 +7.629
90.866mph
5 +2L
86.694mph
45 1:42.867
90.205mph
Pirelli  
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 Kerb Crawlers
Porsche 911 GT3-RS NGT 8 +6.525
91.859mph
6 +6.436
86.578mph
45 1:42.441
90.580mph
Dunlop  
picnic
 Team Shark
Ferrari 360 Modena NGT 12 +7.721
90.784mph
7 +37.580
86.022mph
45 1:43.102
89.999mph
Dunlop  
Don
 Legends Racing
Porsche 911 GT3-RS NGT 14 +8.089
90.459mph
8 +57.407
85.673mph
45 1:42.772
90.288mph
Dunlop  
enz13_gt
 
Lamborghini Murcielago R-GT GT1 5 +2.917
95.262mph
9 +1:11.431
85.427mph
45 1:40.174
92.630mph
Michelin  
maverick
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Porsche 911 GT3-RS NGT 15 +9.398
89.319mph
10 +3L
83.914mph
44 1:45.065
88.317mph
Dunlop  
silver53
 Ze insane Penguins
Ferrari 360 Modena NGT 18 +13.963
85.559mph
11 +37.124
83.279mph
44 1:45.554
87.908mph
Pirelli  
Clarey
 
Ferrari 360 Modena NGT 12 +41.374
83.207mph
44 1:45.675
87.808mph
Dunlop  
[ZiP]Tyf
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Morgan Aero 8 NGT 16 +9.402
89.315mph
13 +4L
82.717mph
43 1:44.345
88.927mph
Dunlop  
Dan Minton
 
Porsche 911 GT3-RS NGT 10 +7.521
90.962mph
14 +14.737
82.466mph
43 1:43.791
89.401mph
Dunlop  
Rich_A
 CBFR
Ferrari 550 Maranello GT1 2 +0.939
97.236mph
15 +16L 31 1:37.360
95.307mph
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whitham69
 Team Shark
Dodge Viper GTS-R GT1 6 +4.475
93.762mph
16 +25L 22 1:40.812
92.043mph
unknown
Dunlop  
Jamera
 Ze insane Penguins
Mosler MT900R NGT 19 +49.842
64.290mph
17 +27L 20 1:44.896
88.460mph
unknown
Dunlop  
Nick Phillips
 Team Shark
Mosler MT900R NGT 13 +7.740
90.768mph
18 +33L 14 1:42.972
90.113mph
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Dunlop  
JonM_uk
 Ze insane Penguins
Lister Storm GT1 1 1:34.489
98.203mph
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Dunlop  
Bernie Lomax
 
Porsche 911 GT3-RS NGT 17 +9.709
89.052mph
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« on: March 01, 2006, 10:38:33 PM +0000 »

Endurance Championship - Season 2, Round 9 at Estoril

Date: Sunday 23rd April

Practice 1: 8:00pm (30 mins)
Qual 2: 8:30pm (30 mins)
Warmup: 9:00pm (2 mins)
Race: 9:02pm (80 mins)

Cars allowed: those classed as GT or NGT, according to each driver's registered class. A list of which cars are in which class can be found here. Seat Toledo, Lotus Elise, BMW Z3M and Porsche GT3 Cup are not permitted.
Weather: Will be decided just before the race based on real-world weather.

Server: UKGTR Endurance S2
Password: Will be emailed to those that need it.

Notes:
(1) Please try to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to qualifying, during Practice 1.
(2) Reserve drivers should wait till 5 minutes before end of Practice 1 before joining (8:25pm) so that they only take up genuine free spots.
(3) See UKGTR Season 2 Info for general Endurance Season 2 info.
(4) Please make sure you are fully aware of the UKGTR Rules
(5) Season will be run using a UKGTR carpack which will need to be installed prior to racing. Details of this pack can be found elsewhere.
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« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2006, 10:02:25 AM +0100 »

The server is up for practice. I'll probably be on it between 3 and 5pm today having a wee practice.
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« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2006, 10:06:09 AM +0100 »

I might pop alone for a few laps. I need to work on my damping for the bumpy turms there.
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« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2006, 03:28:44 PM +0100 »

Ok, popping in now for some practice.
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« Reply #4 on: April 23, 2006, 08:48:55 PM +0100 »

There are 3 cogs, 12 screws, 2 bearings and a few circuit boards in a momo wheel.
Hoped I'd figure out how it all goes back together before the race oops

Hope you guys have fun.....GLA
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« Reply #5 on: April 23, 2006, 09:11:59 PM +0100 »

Denied Sad
Lost connection. Hope it didn't affect anybody behind us. Sorry if it did. I guess it's better to lose connection at the start rather than on the last lap. Oh well...
Hope you'll had a good race Wink
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« Reply #6 on: April 23, 2006, 09:38:43 PM +0100 »

Entering the odd race just to get back into the feel of these, and obviously very different to a Nascar!!

Not sure I have my wheel just right yet, but at least I knocked a couple of seconds off my PB.

Jon if you were in the Lister then it stopped right on the exit of the last turn, which caused a bit of smoke and bumping, sorry to Picnic here obviously not one of those things you expect - but hardly Jon's fault if the connection goes.

Good battle with Jamera for a few laps but I seem to suddenly lose it and then guess the tyres go all screwy.

Cheers

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« Reply #7 on: April 23, 2006, 10:23:18 PM +0100 »

LOL. I spent the last few days trying to GTL work and stop it CTD, At last i got it to work, Now GTR does it. I cant win Cheesy
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« Reply #8 on: April 23, 2006, 10:43:06 PM +0100 »

What a tough but fantastic race !

Had great qualy battle with SBG, and he pipped me by about a 100th of a second, so i was 3rd NGT with a new PB on grid behind the Shark man who pulled out a flyer.

Race started great, saw i was able to be later on the brakes than SBG and shark in front. Waited behind SBG a couple of laps then got close enough in the last corner to get a great draft behind him on the back straight and take the inside line into T1. Then spent a few laps chasing Shark and then managed to do the same to him and gain P1 NGT  Shocked 
Shark then kept a watching brief behind me for the first 45 minutes always between 1 to 3 seconds behind and i was chuffed to bits to still be leading all the way upto mid race distance.
Then saw that Shark pitted whilst 3 secs behind me and so i continued to cane it for a lap or two more and pitted on 45 minutes, thinking that with less fuel to put in, i should come out in front of Shark with a shorter stop.....well that was the plan Roll Eyes, bastard pit crew took 43 seconds and i came out 16 seconds behind Shark  Angry
Dont know why Huh  it really p*ssed me off and ruined the race really as i would never make up that difference unless Shark made a mistake....and he never!

I'm still very happy with 2nd place NGT and 4th overall in the race, but i would oh so have loved to fought to the end on the track and hoped to get my first class win,

great racing, loved it. Cool  Well done Sharky boy and Nakano for the class wins.....buggers Wink  hehe.
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« Reply #9 on: April 23, 2006, 10:44:12 PM +0100 »

Tough old race again!
Tired tracking down Picnic the whole race, everytime I got close I made some silly error. I was Sure he was going to crack as he's not so used to driving Enduro, but he didn't., great driving.
Not sure how you nGT boys drive so quick, I felt I was on the limit the whole time? Wink
All in all a great challenge and grats to all on the podium and finishers alike.
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« Reply #10 on: April 23, 2006, 10:47:30 PM +0100 »

Large NGT turnout, not so large for GT, only 6 and only 3 finished I think.

Congratulations to Shark for, I believe, another championship  Cheesy

I didn't notice a tap Nick, probably too worried about the one I gave TT. Didn't expect a parked car there and I saw it late as it obscured by other cars  Shocked

Quite pleased with that effort, and for me 80 mins are an effort  Embarrassed Only one half spun on the penultimate lap being the only minor discretion. That was one stable setup Shark. Thanks again. Mind you still can't fathom how you can go about 2 secs quicker using it  Angry

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« Reply #11 on: April 23, 2006, 10:53:09 PM +0100 »

I didn't notice a tap Nick, probably too worried about the one I gave TT.

Enough to give us both a bit of damage front and back accordingly - but glad you did not notice LOL!
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« Reply #12 on: April 23, 2006, 10:57:05 PM +0100 »

What a race  Grin. Summed up the season.

Got pushed back to 3rd when mark did me into T1, great move mate. Then chasing Shark for a bit until we both spun around Dan (I think), sorry whoever it was, must have scared the crap out of you and it was entirely our fault. That put me back just in front of TT with tyres going very wobbly. He managed to do me in the pits as well, German efficiency my ass  Undecided, but I caught him on cold tyres and stuck it past him on T1. Then, not for the first time this season, caught in stupid incident which put me 15 second behind TT again taz. Bit snakey now, caught TT hand over fist and caught him with 2 laps to go. Unfortunately we caught Tyf at the same time. Knew he wasn't going to do me any favours, like a good team mate should, and TT gained just enougth to pip me. Great stuff, interrupted by silly things. Summed up season.

Doh, Mark thought you done him this time. Congrats to Shark  Smiley.
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« Reply #13 on: April 23, 2006, 11:00:36 PM +0100 »

Wow, quite a race.

Qualified on pole (just). Just shaded my PB by a few thousands and only just ahead of SBG and Mark Jonzo (about 0.2 of a second). Great times guys. There was a big NGT field and the qualifying times were really good. Very slim GT field (only 6) with Krueger, Boyd, CeeJay and Mo not there, which was a shame but it did mean I was only lapped once by one driver the entire race which was a wierd change. After JonM's unfortunate disco at the end of the warmup lap (gutted for you Jon after your pole) GTs were down to 5 and then 4 and they kept dropping. Don't know what happened to Rich (saw him go off once in front of me), another disco eventually? Just Nakano and SpaceFox at the end in GT.

I had chosen a quick stop strategy by plonking in a race's worth of fuel at the start and having practiced tirelessly on my pit stops working out exactly where to brake coming in and accelerating coming out I had it down to a fine art. Knew i could pick up up to 5 seconds just from my well drilled pit stop so as long as I was in contention come pit stops I could make up a bunch in the pits with not having to take any fuel too.

My early race pace was a bit off and Mark took me down the main straight and into the braking for T1 (nice move Mark). He pulled out a small gap of about 3 seconds which I gradually closed down to 1. Was having to work the car much harder than I wanted (and it wanted). The extra weight in the car was slowing me a little and was really shredding the tyres more than I had expected. Had a moment coming towards the really slow chicane when i clipped the preceding corner's curb and span it. Great driving from SBG and the driver I had just lapped as I did a 360 degree spin and carried on in the right direction without losing a place and only 2 or 3 seconds to Mark. That was my one stroke of luck for the race and after my heart stopped racing I settled down again.

As we approached middle distance I was keeping the gap to Mark at around 2 - 3 seconds, but my tyres had had it. My spin and my extra weight were making it like driving on ice. Had a few little moments and come the pit stops I had lost ground to Mark who was now 4 - 5 seconds in the lead.

Not to worry I thought. Hopefully my fuel strategy will pay off. Came in for my pit stop, not quite perfect on entry could have braked a fraction later but was ok. In the pits, hit RETURN immediately the board came up, turned off the engine and waited. It was a little chilly when I started racing as we've had the windows open whilst we painted in the house, but I was boiled come the pit stops so whipped off my jumper and downed half a pint of water. Just tyres, not fuel and as soon as my crew had finised their job, I turned the engine back on and blasted out of the pits. Perfect exit and knew I had to put in some (Schumacher style) stonker laps after the pit stops.

Mark came in one or two laps after I had and I was ecstatic as I fizzed down the main straight past his refueling car in the pits. When he came out he was 15 seconds behind, but with the fresh rubber and already lighter fuel load my car felt good and I banged in lap after lap of fast ones adding another 4 or 5 seconds to my lead in the early stages of the second half.

Mark didn't seem to have any answer to my extra second half pace with my car lighter and better rubber I had it in the bag. Just had to keep my concentration and the win (and my second successive endurance championship title) was mine.

Great racing Mark, really enjoyed that and it felt like a true and proper endurance race. Was the full 80 mins and pit stop strategy playing a part as well as changing car speeds with the fuel load, marble build up and tyre wear.

Well done to my team mates, excellent Team Shark precense and top draw 4th position Picnic. Also congratulations to Nakano for the GT win.

The NGT championship has been very close this season, the pace at the front has been really challenging and hats off to everyone on that. One round to go and my lead can't be taken now. Tempted to take GT next race (if that's allowed) to bump up the GT numbers, but I'd like to do NGT from start to finish really, be a shame to not compete with the NGT drivers in the last round.
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« Reply #14 on: April 23, 2006, 11:06:53 PM +0100 »

Congrats to Shark, and NGT Legends, for wrapping up titles tonight. Worthy winners indeed. Not forgetting Naks excellent first win of the season.

The NGT championship has been very close this season, the pace at the front has been really challenging and hats off to everyone on that. One round to go and my lead can't be taken now. Tempted to take GT next race (if that's allowed) to bump up the GT numbers, but I'd like to do NGT from start to finish really, be a shame to not compete with the NGT drivers in the last round.

Please don't Shark, I think everyone is desperate for another chance to beat you  Wink.
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