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  • U7LE Barcelona: April 27, 2008
April 27, 2008, 08:58:49 PM +0100 - Barcelona (GP) - UKGTR Season 7 Lower Endurance (GT2/3)
Driver
 Team
Nat. Make Model Class Qualifying Race
Tyres Pos Time/Gap Pos Time/Gap Laps Stops Best Retirement
reason
Ballast
Jeffrey
 Team Shark
SEAT Toledo GT (#3103) GT2 1 1:42.024
103.468mph
1 1:20:25.015
98.452mph
45 1:43.220
102.269mph
Michelin +15.0kg
Joss
 Team Shark Junior
BMW M3 GTR (#920003) GT2 2 +0.032
103.436mph
2 +2.428
98.402mph
45 1:43.616
101.878mph
Michelin +25.0kg
BACKO
 Team Pseudo Racing
BMW M3 GTR (#880052) GT2 3 +0.796
102.667mph
3 +42.411
97.594mph
45 1:43.576
101.918mph
Michelin +25.0kg
Truetom
 Legends Racing
Porsche 996 GT3-RSR (#990008) GT2 9 +1.929
101.548mph
4 +49.991
97.442mph
45 1:44.005
101.497mph
Pirelli +20.0kg
stnasky
 Team RVS
Porsche 996 GT3-RSR (#500029) GT2 10 +2.075
101.406mph
5 +50.247
97.437mph
45 1:43.071
102.417mph
Michelin +20.0kg
Gazza49er
 Team Pseudo Racing
BMW M3 GTR (#880052) GT2 5 +1.289
102.177mph
6 +54.694
97.348mph
45 1:44.219
101.289mph
Michelin +25.0kg
picnic
 Team Shark
BMW M3 GTR (#920001) GT2 8 +1.894
101.582mph
7 +1L
95.917mph
44 1:44.479
101.037mph
Michelin +25.0kg
Jimmie
 
Ferrari 360 GTC (#4087) GT2 11 +2.138
101.344mph
8 +20.341
95.516mph
44 1:44.743
100.782mph
Pirelli -10.0kg
Dan Minton
 Team RVS
Porsche 996 GT3 Cup (#510029) GT3 14 +4.879
98.746mph
9 +2L
94.050mph
43 1:47.547
98.155mph
Pirelli +10.0kg
Simon Gymer
 Team Shark
Dodge Viper Competition Coupé (#820001) GT3 19 +5.962
97.756mph
10 +27.734
93.513mph
43 1:47.709
98.007mph
Dunlop +10.0kg
ginsters sponsored
 Kerb Crawlers
Porsche 996 GT3 Cup (#920013) GT3 18 +5.790
97.912mph
11 +36.110
93.351mph
43 1:48.739
97.079mph
Pirelli +10.0kg
Martin Buchan
 Team Shark Junior
Porsche 996 GT3 Cup (#840003) GT3 23 +6.281
97.468mph
12 (+2) +56.375
92.964mph
43 1:48.938
96.901mph
Pirelli +10.0kg
JPS
 
Porsche 996 GT3-RSR (#4050) GT2 13 +4.377
99.212mph
13 +1:01.079
92.875mph
43 1:47.331
98.352mph
Michelin +20.0kg
psuedo
 Team Pseudo Racing
Dodge Viper Competition Coupé (#720052) GT3 16 +5.572
98.110mph
14 +3L
90.276mph
42 1:49.870
96.079mph
Dunlop +10.0kg
Ade
 Kerb Crawlers
Porsche 996 GT3 Cup (#920013) GT3 24 +6.460
97.307mph
15 +1.071
90.257mph
42 1:49.884
96.067mph
Pirelli +10.0kg
API
 
Porsche 996 GT3 Cup (#3113) GT3 27 +8.904
95.163mph
16 +26.266
89.796mph
42 1:51.371
94.784mph
Pirelli +10.0kg
Paul968
 Kerb Crawlers
Porsche 996 GT3 Cup (#920013) GT3 15 +5.055
98.584mph
17 42 1:47.804
97.921mph
engine
Pirelli +50.0kg
Mike Wrightson
 rF Gentlemens Racing Club
BMW M3 GTR (#4142) GT2 4 +1.159
102.306mph
18 +13L 32 1:44.509
101.008mph
unknown
Michelin +25.0kg
LeeB
 
Ferrari 360 GTC (#4062) GT2 12 +3.578
99.962mph
19 +22L 23 1:47.214
98.460mph
suspension
Pirelli -10.0kg
Jorgen Wahlby
 Team Pseudo Racing
Porsche 996 GT3-RSR (#820052) GT2 22 +6.190
97.550mph
20 +24L 21 1:48.760
97.060mph
unknown
Pirelli +20.0kg
Mike Hammer
 Kerb Crawlers
Porsche 996 GT3-RSR (#980013) GT2 6 +1.510
101.959mph
21 +25L 20 1:44.404
101.110mph
suspension
Michelin +40.0kg
Reign Man
 Team Pseudo Racing
Dodge Viper Competition Coupé (#720052) GT3 21 +6.068
97.660mph
22 +26L 19 1:49.592
96.323mph
unknown
Dunlop +10.0kg
Darren Seal
 Legends Racing
Porsche 996 GT3 Cup (#850008) GT3 25 +6.776
97.024mph
23 19 1:49.866
96.083mph
unknown
Pirelli +10.0kg
Ted
 Team Pseudo Racing
Dodge Viper Competition Coupé (#720052) GT3 20 +6.026
97.698mph
24 +30L 15 1:49.610
96.307mph
unknown
Dunlop +10.0kg
jpv
 
Porsche 996 GT3 Cup (#3117) GT3 28 +9.735
94.455mph
25 +32L 13 1:52.194
94.089mph
unknown
Pirelli +10.0kg
Carl Hart
 Racin24-7
BMW M3 GTR (#4142) GT2 7 +1.863
101.613mph
26 +33L 12 1:44.695
100.828mph
unknown
Michelin +25.0kg
[email protected]
 Team Pseudo Racing
Dodge Viper Competition Coupé (#720052) GT3 17 +5.759
97.940mph
27 +39L 6 1:49.625
96.294mph
accident
Dunlop +10.0kg
Greystreak
 Silk Cut Racing
Porsche 996 GT3 Cup (#4111) GT3 26 +8.845
95.214mph
28 +42L 3 1:53.679
92.860mph
unknown
Pirelli +10.0kg

Moderator's Report

Server replay time: 868s

Psuedo runs slighty wide in turn 1 and RM slows to avoid a collision between the two Vipers. Martin Buchan has come steaming through T1 in his Porsche and sees what he thinks is a gap on the left of RM, but the latter takes the racing line and moves back to the left and Martin has given himself no margin for error and no escape plan and touches the back of RM's car, sending him into Psuedo and putting them both off the track.

RM's car initially goes left but then snaps back to the right and across the track, leaving Hal nowhere to go and ending the latter's race in the barriers.

Martin had little hope of making a pass stick as he would've been on the outside for the long Renault corner, and boxed in behind Psuedo's VCC. In mitigation his Porsche had little chance to pass the faster Vipers without a mistake such as this, but having seen Psuedo's mistake he should've known that the cars ahead were running even slower than normal and exercised more caution.

  • Martin Buchanpenalty — contact with RM leading to a multi-car collision — 2 places lost

SimRacing.org.uk Lap Records
GTR2
GT2
1:42.024
103.468mph
Jeffrey
Qualifying
SEAT Toledo GT
+15.0kg
April 27, 2008, 08:58:49 PM +0100
U7LE
GTR2
GT2
1:43.071
102.417mph
stnasky
Race
Porsche 996 GT3-RSR
+20.0kg
April 27, 2008, 08:58:49 PM +0100
U7LE
GTR2
GT3
1:46.903
98.746mph
Dan Minton
Qualifying
Porsche 996 GT3 Cup
+10.0kg
April 27, 2008, 08:58:49 PM +0100
U7LE
GTR2
GT3
1:47.547
98.155mph
Dan Minton
Race
Porsche 996 GT3 Cup
+10.0kg
April 27, 2008, 08:58:49 PM +0100
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« on: April 14, 2008, 08:28:54 PM +0100 »

Practice 1:20:00(25 mins)
Qual 2:20:25(30 mins)
Race:20:55(80 mins)note: no warmup!

Cars allowed: any GT2 or GT3 from the UKGTR Skin Pack v2.7.5.0 (download from here).
Weather: changeable, based on real-world conditions at the start of the event.
Track: Barcelona GP 2003
Race Start Time 14:00
Pit Stops: You must make a minimum of one pit stop during which you must take on at least 1 litre of fuel or change your tyres. You cannot take your mandatory stop at the end of the pace lap, or with less than 1 lap to go.

Server: UKGTR Lower Endurance
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(1) Please make sure you are fully aware of the UKGTR Rules - especially the speed limiter starting procedure and the rules about in-game chat messages.
(2) Championship standings can be found on the series page.
(3) You will not be able to join the server without the skin and ballast pack (see link above).
(4) Drivers may only change car once in the season without penalty.
(5) Drivers are reminded that they must select ISDN as their bandwidth, otherwise the stability of everyone's connection will be reduced.
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« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2008, 10:41:03 PM +0100 »

Being new to GTR can some someone tell me exactly what cars are allowed here in GT 2/3. The Porsche 911 cars seem to be clearly marked under GT 2/3 I am sure other cars are within this bracket. Sorry if this an obvious question.
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« Reply #2 on: April 24, 2008, 07:47:50 AM +0100 »

When selecting a car in the game for offline practice, race etc select the UKGTR 'class' - this gives you GT1, G2, GT2, GTC, GT3 and G3 as classes (plus standard and skins). If you right click on one of them and then go to the model selection you'll see what's in what.

I've a feeling you can select all of them (left click each class's radio button) and then read the classes on the model selection, but I'm not at a machine I can check on and I might be wrong (it does happen occaisionally Wink ).
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« Reply #3 on: April 24, 2008, 01:53:01 PM +0100 »

Thanks Dave, didn't realise there was a tab at the top that allowed specific selection, its all clear now.
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« Reply #4 on: April 25, 2008, 01:41:37 AM +0100 »

mmmm, BMW GTR Grin
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« Reply #5 on: April 25, 2008, 12:26:10 PM +0100 »

Dave by not indicating in the Race brief, I take it the tyre and fuel usege is set to normal, unlike Nurburgring where it was x2 and x3 I think.
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« Reply #6 on: April 25, 2008, 12:45:12 PM +0100 »

Correct, it's very rare we use anything other that x1. I think Shark only upped them for the test/fun race to ensure we all had to pit.
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« Reply #7 on: April 25, 2008, 01:28:15 PM +0100 »

Thanks for heads up on this Picnic
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« Reply #8 on: April 25, 2008, 06:39:17 PM +0100 »

Taken the weight off for this, so bk to 0kg Grin

Hopefully shud be back at uni for Sunday
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« Reply #9 on: April 25, 2008, 10:20:53 PM +0100 »

Any of the top enders prepared to give their opinion on what the the opitimum brake disc temps one should be trying to achieve?
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« Reply #10 on: April 25, 2008, 10:31:46 PM +0100 »

Any of the top enders prepared to give their opinion on what the the opitimum brake disc temps one should be trying to achieve?

300-500 is optimum. More than 500 and it starts to fade off.
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« Reply #11 on: April 26, 2008, 10:29:04 AM +0100 »

Thanks for the heads up on Brakes Temps Ruskus
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« Reply #12 on: April 26, 2008, 08:55:00 PM +0100 »

Any of the top enders prepared to give their opinion on what the the opitimum brake disc temps one should be trying to achieve?

300-500 is optimum. More than 500 and it starts to fade off.

If you havent already locked up and gone straight on Roll Eyes I've tended to run a high duct which helps prevent locking up but its tended to mean i've not got anywhere near those temps. Running with a low duct and those temps means its a bit more tricky gauging it and locking up!

I do prefer running this circuit configuration compared to the butchered, more recent versions.

Any ideas on peoples times? 

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« Reply #13 on: April 26, 2008, 09:09:12 PM +0100 »

Thanks for the feedback Spanner.
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« Reply #14 on: April 26, 2008, 09:56:32 PM +0100 »

I almost always run 3 brake duct. Never need to change it for anything.
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