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David Jundt
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Guillaume Siebert
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Dan Marr
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PostSubject: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 12:54

Hello everyone, My name is Dan, I am a 15 year old englishman with Aspergers, addicted to racing, and commentating! Although I am slow, I enjoy watching classic racing, and would like to start racing in your series.
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Martin Audran
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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 13:12

Welcome Dan :hello:

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Dan Marr
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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 13:21

I am downloading all the mods and tracks to see what series I would like to enter!
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Vadim Sadoshenko
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Vadim Sadoshenko


Number of posts : 1038
Age : 38
Location : Russia
Registration date : 2011-12-18

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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 13:39

Welcome Dan!
If you love historical cars and racing series, you are very fortunate to come. You can expect exciting race with skillful and correct pilots, interesting communication. I am sure you can easily and quickly get comfortable!
Good luck!

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Guillaume Siebert
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Guillaume Siebert


Number of posts : 13816
Age : 35
Location : Paris, France
Registration date : 2008-09-08

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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 13:40

Welcome at HSO Dan Wink
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Dan Marr
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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 14:23

Thanks everyone! I am not fast, but I am somewhat consistant, with an awful wheel that does its job.
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Dan Marr
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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 15:08

Could I possibly write race reports for all of your series in my newspaper?
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Tiago Malafaya
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Tiago Malafaya


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Registration date : 2008-10-05

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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 15:26

Welcome Dan, you're in the best place for historic simracing.... and historic coverage too :hello:

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Guillaume Siebert
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Guillaume Siebert


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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 15:28

Dan Marr wrote:
Could I possibly write race reports for all of your series in my newspaper?

What's your newpaper exactly ?
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Dan Marr
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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 17:08

Guillaume Siebert wrote:
Dan Marr wrote:
Could I possibly write race reports for all of your series in my newspaper?

What's your newpaper exactly ?

I am writing an independant SimRacing newspaper for free and will be publishing it on either a weekly or fortnighly basis, and are planning to include race reports, as well as reviews of tracks and cars. If I could include your series, then I could make it one of the main reports.
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Alberto Ibañez
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Alberto Ibañez


Number of posts : 16788
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Location : International Simracing Organisation
Registration date : 2010-09-17

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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 17:17

Welcome Greetings all! 296107

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Alessio Campigotto
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Alessio Campigotto


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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 17:35

Welcome Dan, like you I am also 15. I started here last season, definitely suggest 1972 DRP to start of, once you understand the cars it becomes a very enjoyable mod :top: Likewise is the BTCC, hard to get ultimate speed out but fairly good to start with and also quite easy to set up

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Dan Marr
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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 18:12

I'll get to the DRP's!
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David Jundt
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David Jundt


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Location : Binningen, Switzerland
Registration date : 2012-07-14

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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 19:10

Dan Marr wrote:
Aspergers

You mean the Asperger Syndrome?

I got told I may have that.

Welcome! Smile

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Martin: "That's a replay Murray, he's not even in the race anymore."

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Dan Marr
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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 19:15

Yeah, I havent been officially diagnosed but we all know I have it (autistic tendancies) and there is an s in Aspergers! Otherwise, thank you!
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David Jundt
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David Jundt


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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 19:41

Dan Marr wrote:
and there is an s in Aspergers!

You sure? :D (It has more than one way to write it)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asperger_syndrome

Anyway, hope to see you racing soon! Wink

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Carl Larrad
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Carl Larrad


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Location : Swindon , UK
Registration date : 2008-12-20

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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 20:24

Welcome Dan look forward to reading your newspaper Wink

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What we do Monday to Friday Keeps us up with the Competition ...
What we do Saturday and Sunday Keeps us ahead ...
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Frank Verplanken
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Frank Verplanken


Number of posts : 12810
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Location : Nice, France
Registration date : 2008-09-08

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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 22:34

Hi there Dan, welcome to HSO :hello: ! Of course you can write all you want about HSO in your newspaper Smile Where can we read it ?

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Dan Marr
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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeMon 25 Feb 2013 - 23:30

I will post it on here, when it is done, probably on the 1st March, when I wrote it in to be published!
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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeTue 26 Feb 2013 - 15:01

Here is the article:

HISTORICSIMRACING.ORG

The Historic Sim Racing
Organization is a club fully
supporting sim racing at what
some may argue – its finest eras.
Of course, the simulations used
are household names to any sim
racer, be it rFactor, but the mods
may be a bit lower key, albeit
much, MUCH more fun! The club
runs the following
championships:

1972 Deutsche
Rundstrecken Pokal

This series is a German based
championship running TC1, TC2
and TC3 class touring cars from
the Historic G.T. & Touring Car
mod raced around mainly period
German tracks, with the odd
meetings outside to visit nearby
Belgium, Austria and the
Netherlands, with 10 meetings in
under 5 months, the
championship will be cut throat!
With 3 meetings already
completed, the 4th round of the
season is heading to Belgium for
the 2nd visit to Zolder, for 24 laps
to battle for the Rhein – Ruhr
Pokal – Rennen, on the 13th
February 2013. With Philippe
Bousquet and Yannick Lampuré
dominating the previous visit to
the track, the pair managed to
qualify over 0.7seconds ahead of
their nearest challenger, and the
pair also recording the top 2
spots respectively in both
qualifying and the race, you
would be hard pressed to bet
against the 2 Frenchmen. Expect
more fun, drama and defiantly
some contact in this most
competitive of historic touring
car series! Read the issue on the
15th February for the race report!

1987 ADAC Supercup

Now, if you find touring cars
boring, and prefer your racing to
be loud, fast and brilliantly mad,
then these Group C cars should
not disappoint! A HSO mod, this
championship is not scared to go
past 200 mph! With legendary
cars such as the Porsche 962C,
Sauber – Mercedes C9, Jaguar
XJR – 8 and the Lancia – Ferrari
LC2, big, turbocharged engines
and naturally aspirated engines
go out for battle as what one
could describe as flat out, balls
out racing! The series may only
race at Germany, but with only 2
meetings left, its fast becoming
very close racing, with Guillaume
Siebert taking both pole position
and the win from
Hockenheimring, he becomes the
defined championship leader
with 2 meetings to go, with 50
points, and a 8 point gap over
Martin Audran, on 42. These two
are set to become the
championship contenders. 3rd
position man is Oscar Hardwick,
on 24 points, whom barring any
miracles, is not in contention for
the title. However, he has got to
look after his 3rd position spot as
within 14 points are Jean-Marie
Plaçais, Lorenzo Arisi and JP
Campmajo. The next meeting is
from Diepholz on the 10th
February 2013, and read the race
report on the 15th February
edition!

1988 RAC British Touring
Car Championship

The Touring Car Legends mod
brings us back onto British soil,
and returning to legendary tracks
such as Silverstone, Oulton Park,
Donnington Park and Brands
Hatch, this season also being
joined by Snetterton, Thruxton
and the Brimingham Superprix.
With 3 classes, anyone can join,
regardless of speed, and anyone
from any Class can win the
overall championship! With Class
A being dominated with the
battle between the almighty Ford
Sierra RS500 Cosworth, leaving
the odd Holden Commodore,
BMW 635 CSi and Toyota Supra
to pick up the scraps in Class A.
Class B is much more
competitive, with BMW M3's and
Alfa – Romeo 75's may be a little
off the pace to fight for outright
honors, but these fight for their
own class prizes. The last class is
Class C, where as of the current
race, only one vehicle, the Toyota
Corolla GT AE86 race at the back.
Whilst easily overlooked, the
racing in this class is close. At the
previous meeting at Donnington
Park, it was the 1 hour meeting
on the 20th February 2013, where
Jesper Taulborg took and
absolutely dominating pole and
win in the series, highlighting his
sheer speed and his experience, seeing as he is
one of the best drivers in the Touring Pro Series as well!
This also means that Taulborg is
leading the championship in his
Class A Sierra, with 39 points.
6 points behind, with 33, Ole Marius
Myrvold is leading Class C and is
2nd place overall. 3rd is Ben Paulet,
Class B leader in his BMW M3,
with 29 points. Never discount any driver, class or car!

1988 BRSCC Caterham Cup

Caterhams. The super lightweight
machines capable of insane grip
levels and speed and an idea club
racing car! This series supports
the BTCC,sharing the calender,
and often races on the same
night as well. Two races makes
this cup different, as well as it is
the only single make
championship on the bill. The
Superlight R500, provided by the
exellent mod made by
Major_Parts and Cubits is the car
that will drive 1 of 13 drivers to
victory. The previous meeting
saw Guillaume Siebert take 2
wins to take the lead in the
championship with 154 points, 2
points over JP Campmajo in 2nd.
21 points behind is David Jundt
in 3rd. As of this moment, those 3
drivers seem the championship
contenders, but as most single
make championships show, the
start will make or break a
championship challenge. The
next meeting for the Caterhams
and the BTCC is on the 6th March
2013, and race reports out on the
following issue.

1991 FIA Formula One
World Championship

You really coudn't have a historic
racing club without any type of
single seaters, and Formula One
is top of the bill! The F1-S-R 1991
mod is looking at a full years
racing, 16 meetings around the
globe, and with 3 races
completed, 3 different racers
have taken the top step of the
podium, Frenchman Martin
Audran won the first race, and
with a 2nd place in the Brazilian
Grand Prix, puts him in the lead
of the Drivers Championship with
16 points. Guillaume Siebert is
2nd, with a 3rd place in United
States Grand Prix and a win at the
San Marino Grand Prix gives him
14 points. Mario Gassner is 3rd
with 13 points, thanks of a 3rd at
United States Grand Prix, and a
win at Brazilian GP. The
constructors is also just as close,
with Lola dominating with 26
points. However, Brabham, Tyrell
and Minardi are separated by 3
points, on 14, 13 and 11
respectively. The next meeting is
at Monaco, the notoriouslly
difficult circuit to keep it out of
the barriers, let alone overtake, is
set to challenge the drivers over
78 laps, on the 3rd February 2013.
Don't wait for our race report of
that meeting, it is going to be
stellar!
This is the end of our first paper,
read again next week for details
about running a racing team, and
race reviews.
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Guillaume Siebert
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Guillaume Siebert


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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeTue 26 Feb 2013 - 15:09

Good stuff Wink
There are a few screenshots of our races in our website news if you need any.
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Dan Marr
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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeTue 26 Feb 2013 - 15:20

Guillaume Siebert wrote:
Good stuff Wink
There are a few screenshots of our races in our website news if you need any.
Ok, will use them from now on! I am hoping to do the GP race report next issue, so if you have the replay, then could I possibly nab it? :regl:
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Replays are available in the results pages of all our races Wink
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Greg Hunt
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Greg Hunt


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PostSubject: Re: Greetings all!   Greetings all! Icon_minitimeTue 26 Feb 2013 - 15:35

welcome Dan :drink: good job but where is my name ? :bangry: geek :D :D

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I dunno, what do you race in?
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