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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 18:43

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Thanks for the kind words! Sorry, Gabriele. Apologies for the factual inaccuracies I will try to do better next time study

Hopefully there are lots of highlights in the German GP!

Don't worry.. you've made a great highlight indeed, correct F1 1991 theme song.. all perfect, amazing stuff.. so calling the Coloni as a shitbox lol! lol! lol! lol! .. I know.. that's true.. Mader DFR and heavy Coloni C4 chassis.. that's a nightmare affraid affraid affraid
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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 18:48

So, hopefully with lots of viewers (as if, lol!), here's my stream for today!


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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 18:50

Gabriele Del Piccolo wrote:
Mader DFR

The best tuned part of the car.

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 19:30

infact coloni got from hockenheim the HART tuned cosworths!

will be in v2.0 wip

Rob you got yourself a job, im hire you straight away for promote the 91 trackpack i make for release for next year!

the intro is just goosebumps and im sure you got it yourself seeing it for the first time with that electro sound tune :clap: :clap: outstanding!

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 19:41

Richard Coxon wrote:
The 26 fastest qualifiers start the race. If 2 DO NOT show up. You will be allowed to start the race.


No problem , thanks to clarify my doubts
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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 19:52

No official broadcast tonight?

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 19:55

Michael Drechsler wrote:
No official broadcast tonight?
I don't know, if not, then there's only mine.. :/

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 20:07

Michael Drechsler wrote:
No official broadcast tonight?

No AFAIK

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 20:26

Thank you for that bump Raul, Rear suspension broken. All that training and then this Evil or Very Mad Good start from 18th to 5th, really disappointing

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 20:32

Zut à la fin !!! :grrr: :grrr: :grrr: :grrr:

Quel intérêt de rester sur la trajectoire quand on a plus d'aileron AV a fond avant la dernière chicane en sachant pertinemment que celui qui est derrière qui ne le sait pas ne va pas freiner plus tôt que d'habitude ???

C'est un réel manque de respect et une grosse prise de risque !!! Même pour un poleman !

Je suis très en colère ! :grrr: :grrr: :grrr: :grrr:

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 20:33

So angry SO ANGRY TODAY was it needed in 1st lap? car hit from behind and undriveable

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 20:40

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So angry SO ANGRY TODAY  was it needed in 1st lap?  car hit from behind and undriveable

Tu n'avais plus d'aileron avant, tu aurais du faciliter le passage des voitures lors de ton retour au stand et ne pas rester sur la trajectoire !

Devoir forcément freiner 100m avant le point de freinage habituel parce qu'on a plus d'adhérence sur l'avant alors qu'on a une voiture dans l'aspi sans ouvrir la porte, c'est une grosse faute !

:grrr:  :grrr:  :grrr:  :grrr:

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 20:43

Ma connexion internet est catastrophique, des coupures courtes mais fréquentes, depuis plusieurs semaines.

C'est la troisième courses ratées pour cette année pour cette raison... En presque 15 ans de simu j'en eu à peu près autant... Il n'y a pas à dire c'est le progrès... Twisted Evil

J'espère n'avoir gêné personne avec mes soucis sur la piste?

A la prochaine, j'espère Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 20:54

if there will be offical live coverage today...I guess that the guys will finished it without any voice left... :D

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 20:59

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Thank you for that bump Raul, Rear suspension broken. All that training and then this Evil or Very Mad Good start from 18th to 5th, really disappointing

I must say Im pretty shocked with your driving..
I know Im a rookie compared to you, but man, you really did some bad manouvers, I was not expecting that from you. And for the last, you hit me on purpose..

C'mon, you are better than that..

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 21:42

Gutted!
Wanted to work w/D Jundt til finish. Instead EFFED UP the whole Minardi team.
And Swindells!

Tricked by the draft speed
So much for preaching patience

Sorry to both of you!!!!!!!!!



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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 21:43

Oh man, oh man, oh man that was 38 laps of pure adrenaline. Such a shame to end it 7 laps from home!

The Minardi's need to learn to dance together more elegantly :langue: Sorry Brian Janik, but there was no way to avoid you. I thought I was going to squeeze by on the inside but you just kept coming! :doh:

An incredible battle for the lead for over 30 laps, really impressive stuff. Thank you.

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 21:45

Brian Janik wrote:
Gutted!
Wanted to work w/D Jundt til finish. Instead EFFED UP the whole Minardi team.
And Swindells!

Tricked by the draft speed
So much for preaching patience

Sorry to both of you!!!!!!!!!



Shit happens... Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 21:58

That was awesome! Oval racing with right hand turns. :D

I started badly, but soon realised my setup was as good as it gets and went from 9th to 1st. Pascal offered a lot of resistance though, and the slipstream meant I couldn't open up a lead. During one of Pascal's attempts, I got T-boned by David's Minardi and I was back to 7th. I wasn't going to give up so I started chasing, and nearly made it. I got within 2 seconds of Petr Hlavac. Close, but not close enough.

I'm not sure what's the most frustrating, missing a win after 6 hours in Monza by half a second, or this one. However, after my abysmal performances in the early part of the series, this was a lot better than I ever expected. I can't wait for Spa and Monza, but unfortunately we have to visit the Hungaboring first. :D

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 22:02

Brian Janik wrote:
Gutted!
Wanted to work w/D Jundt til finish. Instead EFFED UP the whole Minardi team.
And Swindells!

Tricked by the draft speed
So much for preaching patience

Sorry to both of you!!!!!!!!!



Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad

I kinda wanted to do the same, but to finish, I had to save fuel. So I shifted down to boost 7 and was advised by my TS "engineers" to slipstream you.

Just as I did that, I saw you get alongside and slowed down.

As you started spinning, I was going "oh no" but just couldn't decide if I should slam the brakes.

I feel like an idiot that I couldn't avoid us picking up serious damage Sad

I am also sorry for Rob, great performance from him.


Same goes for Juha, I feel like I kept him from winning again(Monza WEC being in the way for a bit too long), didn't mean to spin him around at the first chicane.


I may have taken some lead laps, FL and a point, but I don't feel... "accomplished" after these two incidents.

I tried being as careful as possible, but it wasn't quite to be...

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 22:10

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Same goes for Juha, I feel like I kept him from winning again(Monza WEC being in the way for a bit too long), didn't mean to spin him around at the first chicane.

Accidents happen. At first I was frustrated, but at least my car was fine, could have been worse. I'm getting tired of all those podiums though. I'd like to win a race some day. :D

btw, my stats say I have 1 win, can't remember when that happened? According to the website it was Monza, but I finished behind a 935. :D

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 22:13

Juha Bos wrote:
That was awesome! Oval racing with right hand turns. :D

I started badly, but soon realised my setup was as good as it gets and went from 9th to 1st. Pascal offered a lot of resistance though, and the slipstream meant I couldn't open up a lead. During one of Pascal's attempts, I got T-boned by David's Minardi and I was back to 7th. I wasn't going to give up so I started chasing, and nearly made it. I got within 2 seconds of Petr Hlavac. Close, but not close enough.

That was so impressive how you fought back through the slipstreaming pack, not once but twice! A pleasure racing with you today, really clean and fair.

Congratulations to Petr Hlavac! Those Dallaras were really flying today Smile

No worries, David. That's racing I'm afraid.


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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 22:14

Thanks to the sideways contact, I didn't pick up damage either.

But I started swearing at myself Rolling Eyes :doh:


You won the class at Monza, Weber/Titz was a Gr. 5 car, you were in the Gr. C car.

The system (still) counts class wins aswell.

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 22:19

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That was so impressive how you fought back through the slipstreaming pack, not once but twice! A pleasure racing with you today, really clean and fair.

Thanks Rob. I knew my car was on a different wing setup than most others so took it gently and only went for it when I knew I had enough room.

I'm now watching Pascal's footage. I think it's the first time someone called me "really really fast." lol! And I thought you'd crash into the Lambo. Shocked

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PostSubject: Re: Round 9 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [May 7th]   Sun 7 May 2017 - 23:03

WOOHOOOOO!!! I have NEVER EVER EVER EVER seen this one coming. Except for Phoenix and San Marino, these cars were pain in the ass for most of the time. Not just uncompetitive, but pretty much undrivable for me due to excessive understeer. Even practice and the first round of qualifying wasn't promissing at all, as i was whopping 4s slower than Francois with the same car. Then Francois gave me his setup, i moved the ballance significantly to the rear and finally liked the way the car handled. And then the race...

The start was quite hectic, but there was no dirty driving. I settled below points at p7-8 and enjoyed a nice battle with Raul. I thought that was fun. Well, there was more to come. To my big surprise, i got winthin reach of the leading pack and then the real stuff begun. It was like an oval race. Crazy slipstreaming, only interrupted by those chicanes. And then... I was fighting for the lead with Pascal! That's also when i made a significant mistake, as i had a half spin while entering the finish straight. Another round of fight with Pacsal and i was IN THE LEAD! Surreal, indeed. The rest of the race was all about keeping the pace and not screwing up. More difficult task then ever. My heart was beating like crazy, Juha was very fast and he was closing. But it was all or nothing to me. Better crash out than finish second, as this was obviously the one and only chance to win in F1 1991. Probably the worst moment of the race was crossing the line into 44th lap and realizing that 44 is the number for Spa, Hockenheim wants 45. But i made it in the end.

This must be the most unexpected victory i've ever done. I can't thank Francois enough for putting me back on track with his setup. And everybody else for (mostly) clean and fair racing. Awesome stuff!

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