Honestly, given your previous races, if you know the track already, there is not much to practise for. The car is not to tricky on this track, so if you have 20 min before the driver's briefing it should definitly be manageable.I won´t be able to attend the race for tonight. I really enjoy Dubai as a track, but I did not find the time to practice. I was hoping to put in some laps today but the work on my publication took all day so far. Sorry for the late notice
Yeah, that was great! I look forward to the next duelGents
Sorry for bailing on the last race, I have a wrist injury that I thought I could drive through by turning the wheel power down but it's really not doing me any favours.
Really enjoyed the race though especially the last lap or two with @kobusnell. Really respectful attacking.
Indeed! That also impressed me quite a lot, especially when I shoved PD a few times in the back Really sorry for that.Joined again as a spectator, watching @ProjectPD and @fab. ICEMAN to learn from them for the 2nd race. Nice to see that both fast drivers have a completely different style of driving, especially in the way they attack the hairpins. @ProjectPD using more the 'old' style by apexing later, which seemed more stable and faster to me by what I saw. This also reminds me of the fact that you need to be able to use different styles of driving, depending on car, track and weather conditions.
Someone had serious beef with the brake markers. At one stage in the second race someone "removed" the brake marker to the loooong left-hander prior to the last two corners. I saw @Rargon go off, thought that's my chance, and simply followed him way off track. Wouldn't be surprised if the same happened to @UnstopaPaul behind me.(I'm looking at you, brake sign destroyer!)