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t0daY

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Hi all im an oldie but also new
Lots been going on in my life but i hope to race with you soon.
Aweome to hear something from you Will Fly :) Hope we got you soon back :) :)
 

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Hello all from Republic Communist Cuba!

Most of you know me as one of the current resident aliens of RSR. Short bio I just turned 33 back in June of this year. I am currently deployed with the U.S. Coast Guard protecting Naval Base Guantanamo Bay Cuba. Currently will be here for about a year. It's been an interesting experience but I already want to come back home and do some racing! Outside the Coast Guard I specialize in IT Hardware for a College.

Ive been racing since the mid-90's. Mostly with console games. The game that made me get my first wheel was Gran Turismo 4. Loved that game to death. After that I stuck with the Need for Speed and Forza series of games until Project Cars came along and I finally went all out in getting sim racing equipment. My yearn to be competitive I signed up for TGC and quickly made myself known as of the fastest guys in that group. Moving towards RSR and all the friendships I've made I'm personally excited to see how much we've accomplished with this group. The future looks bright for RSR and I can't wait to be racing with you all again soon.
 
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Gopher04

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Yoh, thought I'd drop in have a look round, nice job guys, glad you got the forums up and running now..

Those who don't know me I'm like Willfly I'm old school, been sim racing 25+ years, haven't been around much lately been busy elsewhere, don't really do PC1 anymore maybe PC2 if it's worth it.

Yoh Falcon good to here from you dude, hope it's all going well.
 

falcon2081

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Yoh Falcon good to here from you dude, hope it's all going well.
Yo! Hope you been well my friend. Yeah, doing alright. We finally got better internet on the base so I'll be around more often. Already want to come back though lol. I just wanna race!
 

miagi

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I think it's finally time to introduce myself :>

I'd guess as a kid, this:

and a Carrera track we my first "racing toys". And I loved it. Than it went on with poor 2D Comodore/Atari racing games. Later with some friends, we were playing pretty much any racing game we could find on SNES, PS1 and N64. Need for Speed 3 and 4 were some oft the besser ones. And Gran Turismo 1 and 2 leading the way into more real life oriented driving behavior.

Being in WMD in pCARS at some point I decided to buy a wheel and pedals. Even though I was quite fast with a pad, I did not regret it. As soon as multiplayer came up in pCARS development, I jumped right in to play with others. And joining the first leagues even before TGC had started.

Funny thing as I joind WMD early 2012, I wanted it to be a good solid single player racing game on pc. On release, I couldn't care less about single player any more and haven't touched it, as I'm now only interested in good multiplayer races.

I was always interested in cars and am now studying Automotiv Engineering, I know quite some things about Suspension and Vehicle Dynamics and can and have already calculated many things for the Formula Student team I'm part of. The past season I helped make and improve the setup for our little car. And I always liked to make and testing setups in pCARS ^^
 

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I made it......to this brand new RSR website! My name is Mohammed, but people tend to call me Mo the first time they use my name. I've been on board with Project CARS since 2012 and started my online racing "career" with TGC and now with RSR. I'm the bloke that cries from laughter when sometime funny happens (especially when Kman is giggling :D ). I'm not fast (although I seemed to have picked up some speed since I did some maintenance on my pedals), but will try to give anyone a run for his money when racing. I'm also the guy that uses the word sorry a lot :). My motto is: "As long as you're behind me........you're not in front of me!" LOL. I love racing with RSR and finishing 8th or higher feels like a victory for me. See you soon on track!
 

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Ok it's time to introduce myself

My names Philipp or Iceman07 (yes I'm a fan of Kimi Raikkonen, and when I joined WMD I had to find a username).

I started playing racing games with Rally Championship 2000 (Ohh I loved this game so much :)) and played a lot of Need for Speed and played GT4 and GT5 for many many hours.
When I first saw pics and videos of Project Cars I decided to join WMD, that was back in 2011. So I got into Simracing. I then joined TGC, had many great raced with them and joined RSR.

I'm also studying Automotive Engineering but I still have to learn a lot about suspension stuff (I'm more into powertrain ;)). I study in Garz (Austria) but my Simrig is at my parents house in Upper Austria. Thats the reason why I can only race during holidays :(
 

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Name: Daan Timmer, a.k.a. Ashnoom
Age: in my early 30's
Occupation: Senior High Tech Embedded Software Engineer at Sogeti Netherlands (mouthful huh?)

Been with RSR since RSR started. Only started playing pCars when the game was officially released. First ever serious sim-racing game. Did some NFS-games before, but that's about it. (Ofc, some C64 "race" games and Road Rash on windows, xp?).

Currently working for Philips Eindhoven (Through Sogeti, Philips "hired" me). My current assignment is maintaining their just only recently released Philips Health Watch. Which is pretty awesome. (I am also working on something else, which I can't tell yet, but it is exciting :D).

As for racing I am usually around the mid-to-back markers. Only sometimes you can find me in the top 10. Which usually is due to not practising enough.
You will mostly find me on Thursdays races and induction nights because my Sunday is (sadly) occupied with ballroom dancing.
 

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It looks like it's time to properly introduce myself.

My name is Patrick or Invincible, which is my name since ages (was Indestructible before that, back in 2008 or 2009).

I have joined RSR in late spring this year and I'm still trying to improve my pace and my results. Usually I'm somewhere in the lower-midfield. Had one or two top ten finishes though. :D And I plan to get there more often.

Gaming started pretty early for me with Commander Keen and such stuff. I was five or six back then. I came to racing with Indianapolis 500 and later, the first Need for Speed. Then I focused more on stuff like Unreal Tournament, Doom, Quake, CoD and whatnot. All of this with an occasional excursion to the Need for Speed series and other arcadeish racing games. Then, with Shift 2 I got more interested in this and with the start of WMD, sh*t got serious and brought me to buy my first wheel. The DFGT which I'm still using today.

What I do for a living? I sell screws. I'm in sales department and I'm also an application consultant for constructive timberwork fastening and rainscreen cladding. Oh and since this isn't enough already (actually, it is!) I'm also the webmaster of this company and I'm currently setting up an e-shop for all those screws.
 

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quit screwing around Patrick and get some practice in for the next race :p
 

Iceman07

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joanneum racing graz of course ;)

I joined the Team in July so will start to work one the car for 2017 in the next months.
 

miagi

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joanneum racing graz of course ;)

I joined the Team in July so will start to work one the car for 2017 in the next months.
Cool, really nice team, they know how to party :D
I heard you are going for a new/different engine :) Good moment for someone that is interested in drive train.
 

Iceman07

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Cool, really nice team, they know how to party :D
I heard you are going for a new/different engine :) Good moment for someone that is interested in drive train.
Yes I joined the development team of the new powertrain, already did a small thesis about wheight distribution with the new engine.
Hope to see you on the track next year ;)
 
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Gopher04

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Nice to see they haven't gone over the top on the downforce..holy crap the wings are large for such a small car..
 

DeBuG^

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Hey all,

My names Andy I'm 30 from Sussex in England, been racing for a good 5 odd years now, project cars is the big one for me, but recently I've started playing F1 2016 as well! Pretty hooked on that as I'm a big F1 fan.

Hobbies is my car in real life... It's nothing too fast or too amazing, but it's something which I got my hands on when I was 18 and I've never stopped loving since... Pretty sure I'm going to have it when I'm a granddad too! An old school Toyota Corolla GTi, nothing fancy, just old school proper motoring :)


 

Imthecrabby

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Hello everyone, I was and still am (I guess) a part of revolution sim racing, I recognise a lot of names and it is nice to know that a lot of you are still here, I took some time out to race in another league in AMS (Automobilista) but I do plan to be back and take part in different events that you have taking place here. I am moving to Uni tomorrow as of writing this, so I hope to be back racing for the 24h of le mans (super hyped).

My name is Thomas Crabb, or as most of you will probably call me to fit the name I have on the forum and in games, Crabby.

I am, as a lot of people here a big fan of Motorsport, so I won't babble about that. I also enjoy my military history. although probably my favourite form of racing is endurance. This also translates into the racing games and series I try to recreate.

I am Also a pretty avid airsofter for anyone else that is interested in that sort of thing haha

At uni I will be taking a course in Commercial Music at Bath Spa, I play the drums as well as write lyrics and sing and hope by the end of it, to be making money out of the music industry, by at most touring as a band and/or making studio tracks.

Anyway, can't think of much more to say about myself, I'll see you all on TS!
 

Kurupt CDN

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Hi everyone,
My name is David Slute i am from calgary alberta canada. I have pretty much every sim on the market but only really play a few (AMS,RRE) but have recently gotten back into Pcars and was looking for some clean, competitive and organized fun racing.

I am 38 yrs old, married and a farther to two, i work evenings for Air Canada so uk start times work best for me as i can get in a few races before heading to work. My favorite sim racing series to drive are touring cars (BTCC, WTCC, DTM and GT)

See you on track!

Cheers
 

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Hi everyone,
My name is David Slute i am from calgary alberta canada. I have pretty much every sim on the market but only really play a few (AMS,RRE) but have recently gotten back into Pcars and was looking for some clean, competitive and organized fun racing.

I am 38 yrs old, married and a farther to two, i work evenings for Air Canada so uk start times work best for me as i can get in a few races before heading to work. My favorite sim racing series to drive are touring cars (BTCC, WTCC, DTM and GT)

See you on track!

Cheers
Woah, a Canadian!
*miagi hugs Kurupt for a warm welcome*
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Make yourself at home mate.
 

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