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July 03, 2007, 09:02:02 PM +0100 - Magny-Cours (GP) - UKGTR Season 5 GT1 Sprint
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baracus250gt
 Racin24-7
Ferrari 575 GTC (#980037) GT1 3 +0.293
108.364mph
1 40:08.556
103.348mph
25 1:32.789
107.305mph
Michelin +10.0kg
Joss
 Team Shark
Lamborghini Murcielago R-GT (#980001) GT1 4 +0.433
108.199mph
2 +2.812
103.227mph
25 1:33.138
106.903mph
Michelin +13.0kg
Jeffrey
 Team Shark
Dodge Viper GTS-R (#3004) GT1 2 +0.187
108.489mph
3 +9.176
102.955mph
25 1:32.983
107.081mph
Pirelli -15.0kg
Kerr
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Lamborghini Murcielago R-GT (#980003) GT1 1 1:31.589
108.711mph
4 +9.427
102.945mph
25 1:32.846
107.239mph
Michelin +13.0kg
Simon Gymer
 Team Shark
Lamborghini Murcielago R-GT (#980001) GT1 6 +0.987
107.552mph
5 +21.934
102.415mph
25 1:33.463
106.531mph
Michelin +13.0kg
stnasky
 
Dodge Viper GTS-R (#3005) GT1 13 +1.961
106.432mph
6 +26.548
102.221mph
25 1:33.564
106.416mph
Pirelli -15.0kg
Truetom
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Maserati MC12 (#950008) GT1 14 +1.995
106.394mph
7 +43.108
101.530mph
25 1:34.294
105.592mph
Pirelli -20.0kg
Paul Richards
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Ferrari 575 GTC (#940013) GT1 9 +1.540
106.913mph
8 +45.950
101.413mph
25 1:33.968
105.959mph
Michelin +10.0kg
Jure
 Racin24-7
Ferrari 550 Maranello (#990037) GT1 12 +1.850
106.559mph
9 +55.813
101.007mph
25 1:33.876
106.063mph
Michelin +25.0kg
ginsters sponsored
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Chevrolet Corvette C5-R (#950013) GT1 15 +2.288
106.061mph
10 +58.633
100.891mph
25 1:34.919
104.897mph
Michelin -15.0kg
linco24
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Ferrari 550 Maranello (#950003) GT1 16 +2.289
106.060mph
11 +59.247
100.866mph
25 1:34.941
104.873mph
Michelin +25.0kg
Aagramn
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Ferrari 550 Maranello (#950003) GT1 7 +1.295
107.195mph
12 +1:06.264
100.580mph
25 1:34.476
105.389mph
Michelin +25.0kg
Dave 'Gizmo' Gymer
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Chevrolet Corvette C5-R (#910001) GT1 17 +2.611
105.698mph
13 +1:28.234
99.695mph
25 1:35.338
104.436mph
Michelin -15.0kg
purdie
 Racin24-7
Lamborghini Murcielago R-GT (#960037) GT1 8 +1.441
107.027mph
14 +1L
98.104mph
24 1:34.600
105.251mph
Michelin +13.0kg
Nevski
 Team Oldie Racing
Porsche 993 GT2 (#3012) G2 20 +5.593
102.454mph
15 +1:16.976
95.099mph
24 1:37.326
102.303mph
Dunlop  
picnic
 Team Shark
Maserati MC12 (#870001) GT1 18 +2.933
105.338mph
16 +5L 20 1:34.274
105.615mph
engine
Pirelli -20.0kg
Mark J
 Legends Racing
Maserati MC12 (#950008) GT1 5 +0.722
107.861mph
17 +6L 19 1:33.663
106.304mph
unknown
Pirelli -20.0kg
Gazza49er
 
Ferrari 550 Maranello (#4001) GT1 11 +1.632
106.808mph
18 +9L 16 1:34.349
105.531mph
engine
Michelin +25.0kg
Carl Hart
 Racin24-7
Lamborghini Murcielago R-GT (#960037) GT1 10 +1.580
106.867mph
19 +13L 12 1:34.326
105.557mph
unknown
Michelin +13.0kg
Adam Parle
 Legends Racing
Maserati MC12 (#950008) GT1 19 +3.080
105.174mph
20 +15L 10 1:35.024
104.781mph
unknown
Pirelli -20.0kg
Smoothy
 
Porsche 993 GT2 (#3038) G2 21 +10.594
97.440mph
21 +18L 7 1:42.334
97.296mph
unknown
Dunlop  

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Aagramn, Purdie and Paul Richards are all racing close together. Purdie's line through the final chicane is compromised and he suddenly slows, having bounced over the high curbs. Aagramn touches the back of him and then Paul runs into the back of Aagramn, causing the latter to spin and collect Mark McClean.

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« on: June 30, 2007, 10:41:11 AM +0100 »

Practice 1:20:15(10 mins)full time drivers only
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Qual 2:20:35(20 mins)
Race:20:55(40 minutes)note: no warmup!

Cars allowed: any GT1 or G2 from the UKGTR Skin Pack v2.4 (G2 cars will not score points).
Weather: Dry
Track: UKGTR Magny Cours GP 2004 v1.0 (download UKGTR Track Pack v1.2)
Race Start Time: 14:00 (rolling start)

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« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2007, 09:29:10 PM +0100 »

Depite being at the back of the grid I was still looking forward to a scrap with Dave Gymer and Picnic .... and it was just that for a little while.  Had a great battle with Dave before he pulled a slight (1.5 seconds maybe) gap .... and then I had a ridiculous slow speed spin on that bastiche of a last chicane ... and then promptly threw it off track in T2 an removed the rear wing.  Dave was long gone and so was my will to carry on.

Still, enjoyed it whilst it lasted - but I think Imola will be my last foray into the world of GT1.
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« Reply #2 on: July 03, 2007, 09:44:03 PM +0100 »

aaaaaaaarrrghhhhh  Angry  I dont poxy believe it  Sad

I had a bad feeling something was going to go wrong in tonights race because i was looking forward to it too much Roll Eyes

Qualied a good 5th with 1:32.3  Cool.

Ran 5th for about 10 laps staying on the heels of the top 4 and enjoying the battle. Then had a small spin at adelaide under heavy braking. Dropped to 6th as Shark nipped through losing 5 seconds.
Stayed there chasing Shark hard about 4 secs down the road until with only 10 minutes remaining and then for some bizzare reason the tyres go like ice even though tyre wear only shows 11, and no red hot spots  Huh
The car then flies off the track at almost every corner and i dropped right down to 12th. I was literally fighting the car into and out of every corner which is really weird as i've had better grip with a lot worse tyres than that. Huh

I'm then so much faster through estoril curves than every one else in the tight pack in front of me that when Colin Hines got out of shape i had to hit the anchors to avoid him and fly off into the armco...race over with torn off bodywork and wheels :'(

Gutted, easy had a top 6 finish here tonight. Know idea why the tyres went like that and i was really enjoying the race upto that point  :'(
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« Reply #3 on: July 03, 2007, 09:52:10 PM +0100 »

first of all GRATS BARACUS
quali was okay, put in a banker so i cud work on my race setup and was surprised to even be as high as 9th!

race started well running 7th with Paul R pressuring me and a train of cars behind! Then after some laps of tussling with Aagramn i squeezed past him into last chicane and with such a bad entry i hit exit kerb and cudn't accelerate so he hit me...very very sorry for ruining your race Aagramn and Paul cos he got caught up in it  Undecided

...after that i continued my recent form of big spins and ended up with a s/g coming very much last!  Embarrassed

did enjoy the race and kept going even tho was on my own for a long time! lol.....  Smiley
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« Reply #4 on: July 03, 2007, 09:53:18 PM +0100 »

I'm then so much faster through estoril curves than every one else in the tight pack in front of me that when Colin Hines got out of shape i had to hit the anchors to avoid him and fly off into the armco...race over with torn off bodywork and wheels :'(

Sorry to hear that mate. I actually didnt get a good run out of the chicane as i'm usually good through T1/2/3 too. Was hoping you could join the battle I was having with SBG. I have to say thats been the most enjoyable race for me in GT1 so far. Great racing SBG, you defended really well and made it really hard for me. Tyres were ginving up in the last few laps and wanted to hold my position and not throw it away with a guys close behind.

Well done to Baracus on his win!
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« Reply #5 on: July 03, 2007, 09:55:58 PM +0100 »

Probably the most fun race for me yet.

Delighted to get pole although there is about .7sec to come off that time. Made a couple of mistakes even of best hot lap.

I like this 23 degree steering set up much better and it helps my tyres too.

My Lambo was awesome on the brakes. I could nail hairpin every lap. I was tempted for some long range overtaking maneuvers but decided against it as doubt driver in front would not. expect a car to come from so far back.

Leading the race for the first good bit I was managing to keep Ruskus as bay, he was usually about 0.7 sec behind. Coming out last chicane the kerb scrubbed all my speed of and Ruskus glided past into turn 1. Chasing hard and watching behind I took my eye off the road ran on to grass, highly stupid, then dropped to 4th.

Nothing between the top 4 until Ruskus tyres were well past their best. Freq managed to nip by a few laps after Baracus but for all my attempts I could not.

I was seriously quicker through bends but no space. Got along side a few times but that viper had too much power on the straight for me.

Awesome race non stop for me.

Great win Baracus, great race Freq Ruskus
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« Reply #6 on: July 03, 2007, 09:59:15 PM +0100 »

Been a while since I've raced, and I think it showed. Good fun though.  Smiley

Qualified way too high for my race pace in 7th. The front six quickly moved away from me, and I was fighting to hold onto my place for the first 15 minutes. Had a clean fight with Purdie, but I think I was holding him up quite a bit. He eventually got alongside me, and we were side-by-side for 3 corners, until I had to let him past at the final chicane. Unfortunately he was a bit off line, and got a bad run over the kerb, slowing him down. I wasn't able to react in time, and gave him a bump. Then Paul Richards did the same to me, spinning me out. Pretty sure it was a racing incident, don't think we could have done anything to avoid it. Think I finished 12th in the end.

Then after some laps of tussling with Aagramn i squeezed past him into last chicane and with such a bad entry i hit exit kerb and cudn't accelerate so he hit me...very very sorry for ruining your race Aagramn and Paul cos he got caught up in it  Undecided

No problem Purdie.

Congrats on the win Baracus.
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« Reply #7 on: July 03, 2007, 10:03:11 PM +0100 »

Woa bloody hard work, but a great race!

Brian just pipped pole from me with a good lap, well done.

I thought I could overtake him on the straight, but the Viper was awefull through Estoril, so the Lambo had such a big lead on the straight, that I couldn't even accelerate towards it.

I followed Brian around for about 1/3 of the race, but he was just a bit quicker than me, so I had to settle with 2nd. Then he made a small mistake entering start/finish and I could just get the inside before the left hander.
I had to defend hard at that point as he was still quicker.
Then both Brian and FreQ went off and I had Bara behind me.
That car was maybe harder to keep behind due to higher topspeed than the Lambo.
Eventualy Bara overtook me at Adelaide and we were heading towards Nurburg, with me on the raceline and he on the inside. I couldn't keep the line and he overtook. At some point he went wide and I could overtake him again.
I then had 3 cars behind me in a few seconds.
Bara overtook me again and he drove off, so I had FreQ behind.
He overtook me at the 180 degree turn and we were heading towards the Imola chicane side-by-side (Alonso/Heidfeld anyone? Grin). That was a great thing! Grin. In the end he overtook me and also drove off.
For the last 5 minutes I had Kerr behind again. I had to work very hard to keep him behind so I was glad when the race finished. great drive Brian.

For the last 20 minutes I had no tires left and my engine was at <70%  Shocked. I started with a 91% engine... whistling.

Grats Bara  Cheesy
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« Reply #8 on: July 03, 2007, 10:05:07 PM +0100 »

Crikey, this racing league lark never fails to surprise me. Never had a race like that before Smiley

Terrible quali left me languishing a bit but thought I could keep up with, and even challenge TT in front of me if I got up to pace. That was the plan, but from the very first lap I had Colin's fezza up my arse. I wasn't going to make it easy to pass but no way did I think I could defend for the whole 40 minutes wheelchair. He powered up to me on the straight and I parked at the hairpin every lap. If you imagine DC vs MS as Magny a couple of years back, you got it. Hope Colin didn't go all crazy DC on my ass Grin.

Colin, congrats on some fantastic racing. Many would have spanked their way past, but you showed admirable skill/patience angel .
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« Reply #9 on: July 03, 2007, 10:07:10 PM +0100 »

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« Reply #10 on: July 03, 2007, 10:07:53 PM +0100 »

Cheers Picnic.
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« Reply #11 on: July 03, 2007, 10:12:30 PM +0100 »

Cheers for the steering set up tips.

It takes not far off a second a lap on some tracks I have tried.

Never before did I get below 1.32.5 around here. Today I was happily doing very low 1.31s in qualifying set up. i think it was 1.31.5 in real quali

I did find more time altering the front a little due to the extra control. It lowered the anti roll and increased the sping tension. It has great turn in and is awesome on the brakes. Tyre wear not an issue any more either.

It maybe was too low though. When you overtook me Ruskus it was the car catching the kerb and it wiped all my speed off.
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« Reply #13 on: July 03, 2007, 10:18:14 PM +0100 »

It maybe was too low though. When you overtook me Ruskus it was the car catching the kerb and it wiped all my speed off.

Yeah I saw the sparks fly off, almost igniting my American junk  Grin. You had a few "moments" on those curbs before, so I was focussing there. So when you lost momentum I knew that that was the moment. The Estoril corner is too long for the Viper so I had to overtake before that.
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« Reply #14 on: July 03, 2007, 10:18:50 PM +0100 »

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Then Paul H did the same to me

Really? I must be driving using the force then, cos my wheel has been off the desk for hours!  Wink
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