rFactor 2 12th January 2018 - VEC - Season 11 - Round 4 - Sepang (1 Viewer)

12th January 2018 - VEC - Season 11 - Round 4 - Sepang
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Saturday, January 12, 2019 - 16:00
Until: Sunday, January 13, 2019 - 00:00
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Just did a 1:48.385 with a small change to our setup (see Resources). There is still some time in this so will continue testing tomorrow or on Friday. Also no long stints or rain racing done with it so far.

 

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This applys to all of RF2 - If your monitor/replay is in "slow Mo" press ESC and it will return to normal
 

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Sorry Didn't get chance to drive last night guys, Will be about tonight hopefully if anyone else wants to do a longer run?
 

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Sorry Didn't get chance to drive last night guys, Will be about tonight hopefully if anyone else wants to do a longer run?
Stokemon and I have finished setup work and are planning on testing the setup in the wet at somepoint tonight
 

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Good luck to all you guys racing in the VEC today
 

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Having been stuck behind the #365 Undercover Simracing Porsche for the first 30minutes of the race, i had be decisive and go for it.. I played around with his head with some dummy dive bombs until i was close enough to pounce...i say close, it was close enough :D

 

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Great move @Jamesl91, I probably would have killed him and myself on trying that...
 

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Holy moly @Jamesl91, that need some balls :D :D
 

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D3 #271
After a decent qualy lap @Gosku started the race from P12. He quickly climbed up to P9 and only had a few smaller mistakes. After his two stints, @Battenberg, who unexpectedly was available for the race, took over and pushed even further up to P7.
Unfortunately a VR crash, which made a reconnect necessary,brought us down to P12 again.

When it was my turn to take over the car, I had some very weird issues which I never experienced before, with lags and warping around. So I had to hand over the car back to Tom after one scary lap, luckily without damage, but with a DT for speeding in the pits.
After Tom's third stint and a reboot of my machine, I was able to take the seat for the rest of the race. Tom had gotten into P11 again and we were closing in on P10 now. The gap got smaller and smaller.
Sadly the sweet taste of success from overtaking by own race craft was denied, as the P10 had a disconnect and retired. From there on it was again a bring-it-home-drive, as P9 was several laps ahead. Nothing to win, nothing to loose, but at least 1 point added to the Championship.
 

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Having been stuck behind the #365 Undercover Simracing Porsche for the first 30minutes of the race, i had be decisive and go for it.. I played around with his head with some dummy dive bombs until i was close enough to pounce...i say close, it was close enough :D

Boy what a balsy move, but you made it stick!
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D3 #271
After a decent qualy lap @Gosku started the race from P12. He quickly climbed up to P9 and only had a few smaller mistakes. After his two stints, @Battenberg, who unexpectedly was available for the race, took over and pushed even further up to P7.
Unfortunately a VR crash, which made a reconnect necessary,brought us down to P12 again.

When it was my turn to take over the car, I had some very weird issues which I never experienced before, with lags and warping around. So I had to hand over the car back to Tom after one scary lap, luckily without damage, but with a DT for speeding in the pits.
After Tom's third stint and a reboot of my machine, I was able to take the seat for the rest of the race. Tom had gotten into P11 again and we were closing in on P10 now. The gap got smaller and smaller.
Sadly the sweet taste of success from overtaking by own race craft was denied, as the P10 had a disconnect and retired. From there on it was again a bring-it-home-drive, as P9 was several laps ahead. Nothing to win, nothing to loose, but at least 1 point added to the Championship.
You guys did a good job! Too bad I couldn't participate, but onward and upward!
 

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Boy what a balsy move, but you made it stick!
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You guys did a good job! Too bad I couldn't participate, but onward and upward!
thanks dude! was calculated overtake. i had plenty of time to learn how he would react.

Hope your well?!
 

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