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Project CARS 2 RSR / PRD Sprint Series - R6: Long Beach (1 Viewer)

RSR / PRD Sprint Series - R6: Long Beach
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Project CARS 2
Sunday, February 3, 2019 - 19:00
Until: Sunday, February 3, 2019 - 22:59
(Adjusted for timezone: Europe/London)

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t0daY

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Class: GT4
Track: Long Beach

Date: Sunday, 3rd February 2019
18:00 UTC - Optional Practice
19:00 UTC - Driver Briefing (Mandatory)
19:10 UTC - Qualifying
19:30 UTC - Race 1
20:00 UTC - Race 2
20:30 UTC - Race 3

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Qualifying
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Race
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Race 1
3rd February 2019
Real Time
Real Time


15 mins
6:00
Light Cloud


5 + 25 mins
7:00
Light Cloud
Race 2
3rd February 2019
Real Time
Real Time


Top 10 Reversed Grid
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5 + 25 mins
14:00
Random
Race 3
3rd February 2019
Real Time
Real Time


Top 10 Reversed Grid
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5 + 25 mins
21:00
Random
Starting Procedure: Rolling Start, the pole driver will lead the field through the formation lap. The speed limit for the lead car will be 50mph / 80kph. We are going to form up in a 2×2 formation at the beginning of sector 3, maintaining our speed. Odd numbers on the right side and even numbers on the left side.



Please Notice
Before you take to the track in the league race, make sure you are fully aware of the Driving Standards of RevolutionSimRacing. As a driver in our league, you are required to do your very best to ensure clean and fair racing at all times.

If you are unable to attend the race, please inform the admins and leave a post in this thread before the race takes place in order to give reserve driver a chance to drive.

Confirmed No-Shows
@Owfier
@Antony Brown

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t0daY

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Owfier

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Sadly I will not be able to be there at this race! Very sorry, I'll see that I can be more active and able to race in the next league I join!
 

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Sadly I will not be able to be there at this race! Very sorry, I'll see that I can be more active and able to race in the next league I join!
Scratch that, I thought it was another date. I should be in!
 

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Scratch that, I thought it was another date. I should be in!
Scratch that again, I looked at the wrong date again. Won't be there. Sorry!
 

t0daY

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@Owfier jesus... Could you decide please?
 

Eugene Gajkin

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I missed the whole championship because of problems. Can I take part in the final race?
 

Nada

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If there is room I can do this race.
 

t0daY

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Darksi

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I will try my best, but I might not be back in time tonight, I have to go drop my son off back home and the roads are bad.
 

Eugene Gajkin

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I will try my best, but I might not be back in time tonight, I have to go drop my son off back home and the roads are bad.
Drive carefully, do not hurry
 

fab. ICEMAN

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Apologies to @Battenberg for that big crash on start/finish! There was a tiny inattention from my side and pCARS physics done the rest.

Nevertheless, thrilling season with a lot of great moments. Big thank you to the organizers!
 

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Thanks Fab. Immediately after I thought I was squeezing you too much, but looking at your replay it was just the two cars drifting into each other - a 50/50 racing incident for me. The crash was a lot more violent than I anticipated from such a minor incident, I think the pCars gods were bored and wanted to watch something spectacular :p. The timestamp for my video below is at 1:59:00 if you want to see what a barrel roll looks like in VR :hungover:


Anyway, I had a mixed evening (rather like the whole season). I struggled with FPS for the whole night, which made judging apexes and the walls that much trickier. A spin at the fountain at the start of race 1 led to a fun recovery drive to eventually take pole for race 2. A tense cat and mouse battle with @fab. ICEMAN in race 2 ended prematurely when a rift glitch blip made me miss my braking point for turn 2. A dangerous spin turn from me thankfully was avoided by a battling @ovivoJR and @Josh, sorry I couldn't call it out on TS, I couldn't find my PTT button in time.

Race 3 started well, but after I made repairs to fix the damage from the barrel roll, I decided to try and see if my new stream telemetry overlay (feedback please!) was causing the fps stuttering in the rift. It turns out it wasn't, so when I parked off at T6 and tabbed out, I didn't realise the game stopped receiving my brake inputs and was creeping back towards the track. The car was a few seconds from reaching the racing line, so I panicked and killed the game. Sorry to Fab and @Shepard who I think were approaching that corner at that time.

So yeah, more downs than ups (again, sums up the season). The Aston was a brute all season, but it felt at it's best around here, thanks to a great setup from my team mate @1185323118. Jerry has supported me more than I have supported him in these races, so a big thanks to him for being a great team mate!
 

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Overall this was a great event. My first Championship with RSR. I enjoyed every battle. I am happy with my progression over the time. The Ginetta was a great car to drive and it was interesting to see the different strenghts play out.

Last night started well for me. I had a nice battle with @ProjectPD in the first race. The second race was quite chaotic. A bad start and a contact in the last corner after being pushed by @Josh left me with Aero dmg. In the end I managed to fight off the KTM but it was close. The third race was over before it really began. I had a strong start but overlooked that @Nakor was all the way on the inside. Apologies for the contact.

I hope we will see more events like this in the future.
 
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I've always been decent around Long Beach but didn't expect the pace I had last night. If it wasn't for silly mistakes I was able to hold on to the tail of the top four. In race 3 I truly believed I could have had my first victory in a long time if I had kept it clean, but alas it was not to be as I forgot @anaxi had a much earlier braking point into the roundabout with his Toyota and I punted him in the rear and had to wait. Overall it was a fun night and having some speed meant overtakes were fun and satisfying.

This series was a lot of fun and a big thanks to the PRD guys for joining us once again, it's always a pleasure. Also a big thank you and congratulations to my teammate @Taorminator. We both worked together really well, setting goals for ourselves and helping each other to achieve them with tips and setup advice. If only I was able to race the two races I missed it would have been a perfect season.

Here's my highlights from Long Beach:

 

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