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May 19, 2019, 09:36:07 PM +0100 - Buenos Aires (GP) - UKGPL Season 34 (2019) 1967 F1 Privateers
Driver
 Team
Nat. Make Model Class Qualifying Race
Tyres Pos Time/Gap Pos Time/Gap Laps Stops Best Retirement
reason
Ballast
Dulima
 
Brabham BT24 (Repco) F1 1967 2 +0.241
98.440mph
1 48:29.093
96.300mph
32 1:29.910
97.370mph
Goodyear  
Ricardo Valim da Silva
 
Brabham BT24 (Repco) F1 1967 1 1:28.692
98.707mph
2 +10.283
95.961mph
32 1:29.705
97.593mph
Goodyear  
Rainier
 Black Night Racing
Brabham BT24 (Repco) F1 1967 5 +2.070
96.456mph
3 +26.956
95.416mph
32 1:30.006
97.266mph
Goodyear  
AnGex
 Black Night Racing
Cooper T81b (Maserati) F1 1967 4 +1.913
96.623mph
4 +35.433
95.141mph
32 1:30.706
96.516mph
Firestone  
Pepe Higdon
 
Cooper T81b (Maserati) F1 1967 7 +2.782
95.705mph
5 +1:33.862
93.290mph
32 1:31.650
95.521mph
Firestone  
dave curtis
 Black Night Racing
Lotus 49 (Cosworth) F1 1967 6 +2.399
96.108mph
6 +1L
92.520mph
31 1:30.841
96.372mph
Firestone  
francesco
 Soggy Bottom Racers Club
Lotus 49 (Cosworth) F1 1967 8 +3.299
95.167mph
7 +23.891
91.773mph
31 1:31.928
95.233mph
Firestone  
Phil Thornton
 Antipasti Racing
Brabham BT24 (Repco) F1 1967 9 +4.066
94.380mph
8 +1:15.930
90.186mph
31 1:31.370
95.814mph
Goodyear  
Eric Bilodeau
 
Lotus 49 (Cosworth) F1 1967 3 +0.297
98.378mph
9 +28L
95.009mph
4 1:30.372
96.872mph
unknown
Firestone  
60fps UKGPL10
 
Honda RA300 F1 1967 10 11 DNS ---
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Firestone  

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« on: May 13, 2019, 11:22:48 PM +0100 »

Season 34 PRIVATEERS – Round 9 –  Buenos Aires

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT Due to the number of registrations for this series we will be splitting into two grids for the rest of the sesaon. All drivers have been allocated to either Works or Privateers. If you don’t know check the link for Driver Lists below. If you have not already voted to join the Privateers championship you will need to do so to see the password.

A new version of an old track. Created by Ginetto for the launch of the 1955 mod, Buenos Aires hosted the first round of the 1955 grand prix. Inevitably, the race was won by Juan Mauel Fangio

Server = UKGPL10
IP = see iGOR
Race date = Sunday 19-05-2019
Time = 21:00 UK time (21:00 GMT)
Track = Link
Race length = 32
Laps (50 minutes)
Variant = 1967
60fps patch used   = 60fpsV2newmod
Damage Model = Intermediate
Qualifying time = 30-45 minutes

Driver lists and divisional rules can be found on the Championship Standings page

There is no Red Zone. Moderating will be on reported incidents only. Remember that lap 1 incidents carry an additional penalty place.

The chassis token system is explained on the championship standings page. Please ensure you choose a chassis that is within your budget, which can be seen by hovering the mouse over your points total in the standings.

Privateer Drivers are permitted 1 Shift R followed by a Stop & Go in the stalls in pit lane within 2 laps (its does not have to be your stall). Failure to make a stop will result in a 30 second time penalty. If you require a stop & go on the final lap & are unable to complete a time penalty of 15 secs is added.

Please restrict chat to pit messages including at the end of the race until ALL drivers still racing have crossed the line.
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« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2019, 11:26:35 PM +0100 »

Unfortunately I am away & won't be around for this race - pity as I expect the '55 layout should be fun in the 67 cars.
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« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2019, 10:25:23 PM +0100 »

Great battle with Phil,at the end he fail a gear and was possible to me to go.Anyway bad luck continue,at only 3 laps to the end black smoke from my engine.
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« Reply #3 on: May 19, 2019, 10:29:27 PM +0100 »

Great battle with Phil,at the end he fail a gear and was possible to me to go.
Yes good racing Fran Smiley  You are right, I missed a gear and that gave you the opportunity to pass. After that I kept making mistakes and dropped further back.  Fast times at the front, grats to the podium.
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« Reply #4 on: May 19, 2019, 10:44:21 PM +0100 »


Server replay available from: https://www.sendspace.com/file/k1pm1o

Cheers,
Dave.

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« Reply #5 on: May 20, 2019, 12:18:59 AM +0100 »

I decided at the start of the season to use only the Cooper, knowing that such a choice wouldn't be advisable for places like Tripoli and Interlagos where a high top speed is essential. But at Buenos Aires the Cooper doesn't suffer too much of a disadvantage. I thought if I could keep the car on the track most of the way, I'd probably be all right. And I was, with some luck.

Qualifying put me 7th overall, even though I'd come within a couple of tenths of a PB. The only driver ahead of me on the grid that I really cared about was Dave Curtis, since we were practically tied for 6th overall in the championship standings. My job would be at least to try to keep him in sight in the early laps and hope that he'd make more mistakes than I would. It was clear that my Cooper wasn't going to outrun his Lotus.

No sooner did the green flag drop than Francesco shot past me on the inside as we approached T1, putting me 8th overall. Two seconds later I was back in 7th when Dave Curtis went wide into the grass in T1. Nothing changed in my neighborhood until L3 when Francesco oversteered coming out of T3. Now I lay 6th. At the start of L5 Eric was knocked upside down after spinning in T1. Apparently he left the track instead of doing a SHFT-R, which had the effect of putting me 5th. My troubles should have been over, but I made my only mistake 20 seconds later by spinning in T3 and letting Phil, Francesco, and Dave close within a second or two of me. But I settled down and quietly motored away from them, making no further errors. At the end of the race I was at least 45 seconds behind the car in 4th and about the same distance ahead of Dave.

The only final drama came on the final lap. I'd calculated the fuel carefully in practice, but found that now I was down to 0.2 gallons with half a lap left. With a healthy cushion over Dave, I shifted up into 5th and cruised the rest of the way at a moderate speed. I do not understand how that could have happened. In 32-lap races in practice, I was able to finish with 0.5 gallons remaining. It is yet another in the unending mysteries of this simulation. I hope I never find the end of them.  Smiley
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« Reply #6 on: May 20, 2019, 05:56:31 AM +0100 »

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Nothing changed in my neighborhood until L3 when Francesco oversteered coming out of T3
Too much gas,with the Lotus have to be very carefull.
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« Reply #7 on: May 20, 2019, 08:34:49 AM +0100 »


The only final drama came on the final lap. I'd calculated the fuel carefully in practice, but found that now I was down to 0.2 gallons with half a lap left. With a healthy cushion over Dave, I shifted up into 5th and cruised the rest of the way at a moderate speed. I do not understand how that could have happened. In 32-lap races in practice, I was able to finish with 0.5 gallons remaining. It is yet another in the unending mysteries of this simulation. I hope I never find the end of them.  Smiley

The explanation could be you were faster in the race than in practice.
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« Reply #8 on: May 20, 2019, 03:29:00 PM +0100 »


The only final drama came on the final lap. I'd calculated the fuel carefully in practice, but found that now I was down to 0.2 gallons with half a lap left. With a healthy cushion over Dave, I shifted up into 5th and cruised the rest of the way at a moderate speed. I do not understand how that could have happened. In 32-lap races in practice, I was able to finish with 0.5 gallons remaining. It is yet another in the unending mysteries of this simulation. I hope I never find the end of them.  Smiley

The explanation could be you were faster in the race than in practice.

I believe that fuel consumption is linked to engine revs.  If you stay in a lower gear for longer or if you are involved in slip-streaming battles then the consumption will be higher.
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