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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 21:18

François Remmen wrote:
guys im sorry cause i spun on the wet and  as result massive pileup


YOUR SHIT STUPID  WETTT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And now you complain about it  ?????????

thanks a lot !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

20 hours preparation for nothing !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 21:30

We are all annoyed yes, but lets not start attacking other members please. Take it too PM's if you want to discuss something with another member.

But: 

Everyone knew the wet would be slippy. Should have avoided it.

Everyone knows not to chat, yet people did.

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 21:54

Voiture abîmée dès le départ,je ne sais pas par qui?
Je verrai sur le replay...;gare au fautif !
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Il y a eu de la pluie ???????
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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 21:57

Il y avait 10 abandons lors du premier tour, t'as donc 9 chances pour trouver le coupable. Ou 8, parce que moi j'étais déjà dehors avant de croiser la ligne de départ. lol!

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 22:44

Florkin Marc wrote:

Il y a eu de la pluie ???????
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Oui, sur les bas cotés. Mais pas sur la piste.

C'est un nouveau concept...

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 22:44

I still cannot belive I saw a finish line :D :D :D

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 22:56

Marc ca pourrait être moi. J'ai heurté une voiture blanche quand je suis arrivé sur le lieu du crash. Ma Ligier a fait un demi looping et je me suis dit "bon ben c'est fini"

Ben non. Elle est lente, lourde MAIS solide. J'y ai laissé mon aileron avant. Ma suspension AV gauche était pliée. Mais je susi rentré. Après réparation la voiture était encore conduisible même si elle était hyper tangeante sur les gros freinages.

J'étais loin de tout le monde avec une voiture abimée. Et pourtant j'ai pris du plaisir à rouler. Toute la course je me susi dit..."va au bout, va au bout, va au bout". Ben je l'ai fait malgré deux énormes chaleurs à Tossa. Sur ce freinage je ne devais pas me louper car ma suspension abimée fait tirer la voiture sur la droite. La première fois j'ai eu un bel avertissement. La seconde je remontais sur Didier qui semblait à l'agonie. Du coup sa place tentait fortement le loup en chasse que j'étais derrière. Sauf que j'ai oublié que ma voiture tirait à droite à cet endroit. Du coup j'ai fait "à fond à fond à fond....gravier"

Dommage mais bon. L'important c'est de voir le :flag: Après l'abando à Phoenix et le loupé total d'Interlagos ca fait du bien au moral.

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 22:58

Karel Marciniszyn wrote:
I still cannot belive I saw a finish line :D :D :D


grats mate :top:

at the end i was planing not to overtake you 2nd time, but after you went off to grass i must do it Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 23:01

Shame about the start crash, but you guys pulled of a very entertaining show! :top:

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 23:04

ANTHEMS

WINNING DRIVER




WINNING CONSTRUCTOR



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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 23:04

Results and points are up

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 23:10

One of my best races of my career, i' m very very happy..3rd place is a really unexpected result. At start I was very awake to avoid all the screaming hell in front of me.. It was like passing into a burning fire tunnell, but I was very fortunate and concentrated. After that i keep going on good lap times after lap 5 when I had Ryon pushing on me hard. When he retired, i tried to stay concentrated studying every lap my car. The first half the cars was good, then on the second half the car became to be sometimes unpredictable, so i set more front brakes. Congrats also to my team mate Paolo Rossetti who fought as a lion keeping behind an always consistent and fast David Jundt. 3rd and 5th. Great race for Lotuses in our home race!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 23:10

Finaly, finaly after long racing pause (7 years?) and 1 year after my return to steering wheal, finaly it is HERE, podium finish :champ:


for me is is like win for others, maybe much, much more.


Grats to David Jaques, he is from different dimension of universe :top:


many THX to HSO, for such an interesting place for racing with old cars with many good racers, THX for their work here for us and finaly for car which they give me for this season,

At the begining, i didnt undersat it much and have some trouble to drive it but my return to my favourite manufacturer (i was driving in Ferrari many years in Czech GPL league and got with it some succeses)

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 23:14

Great broadcast work...Congratulations to Dave for another stellar drive :first:

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 23:18

Gabriele Del Piccolo wrote:
One of my best races of my career, i' m very very happy..3rd place is a really unexpected result.

Well done for your 3th place , good result for your home race

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 23:31

Thank you very much Greg, receiveing the congratulations from you is a great sort of respect that you show about me. I consider you the best driver of the champ (also David Jacques is always great too) , and you are always my skill target. In Brasil you made the miracle, today i've done my best.. but good luck help me a lot. I' ve always to consider this
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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Sun 5 Feb 2017 - 23:45

While I'm sorry for all who got caught in that start crash, I'm super happy for taking that one championship point. Its quite obvious that I can't score without something happening to other faster cars, but this was the case. I enjoyed a nice little battle with my teammate Yves during the first five laps. Then it was mostly a lonely ride. Though, it wasn't a mistake free race for me by far. I went off in Rivazza at least five times. Plus I had a super scary moment in lap 28, when I touched the curb in Tamburello and it sent me into a wild 300kph spin. Thankfully, I didn't hit anything and recovered quickly. My strategy was wrong, as soft tyres would last without any issues. Possibly even supersofts. But as the gap between me and Yves was big enough, I decided to pit for another set of SS. I think I was the only one who changed tyres. The car was very loose towards the end, will have to work on my setup for the next race. Anyway, I can't be happier. Earning a point after so much struggle with this Italian sled is extremely satisfactory. Grats to everybody. See you next time.

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Mon 6 Feb 2017 - 0:12

J'ai vu le damier et je suis content pour ça :-)

Départ hyper prudent depuis la 24eme place.....pas de feux....pas de klaxon....donc j'attends que tout le monde parte pour partir moi-même et ne pas prendre une pénalité comme au Brésil.

ça m'a peut être permis de passer à travers les débris sans encombre .. :banane: ...Le seul souci que j'ai eu c'est que certains se permettent de chatter pour demander un restart et que c'est très perturbant.....De plus autant je trouve normal de recommencer la procédure quand l'un d'entre nous est déconnecté, autant je ne suis pas favorable à un restart lié à un crash.....surtout avec un Mod aussi exigeant et Pro. Il faudra peut être préciser ça pour Monaco parce que si restart il y a ...ça permet de prendre beaucoup plus de risques au départ....puisqu'il y a un joker :antoine:

Bref....course de découverte du Mod ensuite pour moi puisque je n'avais jamais fait avant ce soir plus de 10 tours consécutifs.....du coup j'avais beaucoup trop d'essence puisque je suis parti avec le plein et qu'il me restait dans les 50 L à l'arrivée....pour les pneus j'étais en tendres mais je pense les super tendres seraient passés.....d'ailleurs j'ai pas réussi à les faire monter en température....set up course trés approximatif donc....ça s'arrangera sans doute en cours de saison.

Pas de bagarres en course, j'ai juste géré le retour de Ludovic, ouvert grand les portes quand j'étais lappé, et assuré cette 12e place, qui à défaut d'être glorieuse m'a permis de passer un bon moment dans la Ferrari :top:

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Mon 6 Feb 2017 - 10:03

I just watched the broadcast. Great job as always :top:  There's one thing i have to point out - you really get pronunciation of the names right. Fun fact: Janak and Janik are pretty much same names, both have something to do with Jan = John in Czech/Slovak. While Brian pronounces his name the American way, i'm 100% sure he has either CZ or SK ancestors and his last name means "Little John". For the original sound just enter the name into google translator, select Czech and let it read for you (Yanieek). As for Karel, i don't think he himself can pronounce that insanity when he gets drunk :aie:

Two more observations:
1. What the hell was Greg doing?? scratch
2. A quick look at the chart of fastest laps shows that there was David, then Michal 1,8s behind and then David Jundt, Gabriele, Paolo and me, all around 4,5s slower than David in his McLaren. That's... scary. Anyway, hats off to David for jumping into Jordan, what a sportsmanship!

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Mon 6 Feb 2017 - 10:50

Let me start my race report with something much more important than racing itself. It is about David Jaques. I´ve never met him on track or even chat with him before this race. After I took McLaren David contacted me over PM with offer of a setup, very kind message and setup where it was clearly visible he put so much effort to that. I was barely able to test the car before Sunday but David was always OK with any of my stupid question. After race I found out that he not only shares set with me but also help others with setups and finally changed for slower car! I think that this is that kind of behavior we all should follow! DAVID, thank you VERY VERY much. I would never finish the race without your help.
Regarding the race. As I did not drive any of these beasts for such a long time my only ambition was to finish the race. After first lap crash I found myself on 6. place which was circa minus 20 position where I deserve to be :-D I slowly getting used to drive the car. I was trying hard not to ruin anyone´s race. Now I think I can try a little harder as even with very low boost I was usually able to run similar times with guys ahead of me. No matter that, I let them overtake me quite quickly so after first few laps it was quite a lonely drive. On the other hand, these cars are challenge to drive and I was quite happy to do regular lap without much mistakes. Finally, I was not able to do the whole race without journey to mud, but I was happy to finish in 8. position which is much more I ever expected. Thank you all for a race, thanks David, thanks admins!

btw. Great broadcast again! Super fun!

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Mon 6 Feb 2017 - 10:55

Petr Hlavac wrote:
I just watched the broadcast. Great job as always :top:  There's one thing i have to point out - you really get pronunciation of the names right.

Actually the only name I constantly hear spelled wrong is mine, which sounds quite different than how Jason says it :rigol:

But the fact that I learned russian for some years probably also helps getting right any slavic names :top:

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Fun fact: Janak and Janik are pretty much same names, both have something to do with Jan = John in Czech/Slovak. While Brian pronounces his name the American way, i'm 100% sure he has either CZ or SK ancestors and his last name means "Little John". For the original sound just enter the name into google translator, select Czech and let it read for you (Yanieek). As for Karel, i don't think he himself can pronounce that insanity when he gets drunk :aie:

The root of many names is patronimical i.e. related to being the "son of" someone. Johnson is obviously "Son of John", and its equivalents would be Jones in welsh, Gianni in italian, Hansen in german, Ivanov in russian and ... Ibañez in spanish (Ivan-es, i.e. sons of Ivan aka Juan aka John) :jp:

Interestingly, those family names are way more frequent in those countries than Ibañez is in Spain. It's not a rare name here, but it isn't one of the most common ones either.

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Mon 6 Feb 2017 - 11:01

BTW after the broadcast we remained at the TS and were joined by some more people, it was great to see Michal come around. always nice to be able to talk in person to you guys Very Happy There were many bad and dirty jokes and fun about all national clichees, and even at some point the conversation was just shouting in german. Pascal is really hilarous and David has a great humour too, so I think we should be making this a tradition in the future. The TS has to remain open with a section called "The Bar" for that after broadcasts, and everybody is invited to join for a beer and some laughing. :drink:

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Mon 6 Feb 2017 - 11:15

21ème, bon départ, je passe à travers le Big One, je me retrouve 7ème à Tosa, cool !

Avec mon setup idéal pour partir en vacances avec la caravane (les mécanos ont du mettre un moteur de F3000) , mais pas pour faire une course de F1, je fais une course solitaire (ouvrant la porte aux plus rapides), passant les moins rapides qui ouvrent bien la porte, bref, une course tranquille pour finir 7ème. Si tranquille que mes super-softs ont fait toute la course sans problème !

Bravo David (qui, de plus, a eu LE geste de l'année  :top:  de laisser sa Mc Laren à Ludo (alors, heureux ?  Laughing ) pour prendre une Jordan, bravo Michal (solide!), bravo les Lotus et David, et bien sûr à Mister Fly-Petr !

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Mon 6 Feb 2017 - 11:16

Alberto Ibañez wrote:
...I think we should be making this a tradition in the future. The TS has to remain open with a section called "The Bar" for that after broadcasts, and everybody is invited to join for a beer and some laughing. :drink:

I love the idea. Will install TS and have a cold beer ready after the race :drink:

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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Gran Premio Di San Marino [Feb 5th]   Mon 6 Feb 2017 - 11:24

Petr Hlavac wrote:
I think I was the only one who changed tyres. .

No you weren't. I had to do change tyres too. A damaged suspension in the initial crash results in a massive wear of my front tyres. My right front tyre was at 10% when I stopped.


Start to look the broacast. Very nice job guys. You're way better than some professionnal journalist.

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There's one thing i have to point out - you really get pronunciation of the names right.

Well not mine geek . But even french speaking people don't. That's the problem with a briton name poorly translate in french. From Ty-an-gov my ancestors became Tiengou...Some drunken french official came by :D
Ludovic is also a bit of a trick for english-speaking guys (same for spanish and german ones :langue: ). The "u" is prononced differently in french. So is the final "ic". But I'm found of the Lioudovitch so don't bother to try to said it the french way :D

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Anyway, hats off to David for jumping into Jordan, what a sportsmanship!

Same here. It's a very brave move to switch from a car he dominate to another one more challenging. Very few will have do the same. It's a huge proof of sportsmanlike attitude and it deserve to be noticed :hello:
I've to thank him too as I'm the benefactor of the McLaren now :chinois:

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