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Contract Offer Expiration?

Discussion in 'F1 2010 - The Game' started by Tukutz, Dec 10, 2010.

  1. Tukutz

    Tukutz

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    Hello, I'm new here, so I'm sorry if I posted this thread in the wrong section or something. I did a search of the forum but couldn't find an answer to my question, so here it is:

    How long can I ignore a contract offer before it goes away? I got offered #2 for Ferrari after Yeongam, but I want to wait until after Yas Marina to see if I get offers from different teams for their #1 seat.

    Thanks for your time.
     
  2. Lucas_M

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    I don't know really but i think the offer should be there till the end of the season
     
  3. Simply The Best

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    Hmmm, same question. Have an offer from McLaren but since I want to go to Ferrari I'll wait a bit longer.
     
  4. Fahad Gaffoor

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    follow the reputation level thread.. you should know where you stand to receiving offers from desired teams..
     
  5. Carlos Naranjo

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    The offers do expired at a point. I had like 5 or 6 offers from differente teams, miedium low teams. At the same time a I had an offer from BMW Sauber that it is my team on this first year. I got them about 5 racers before the end of the season. I did'nt react to any of then, only rejected the one from BMW Sauber because was as second rider. I got a new one as firts rider.
    Ok, after Suzuka I got my championship and after the race, in which I was second, a number of contract offers were gone and a new one was there, Red Bull. Also the interest from Ferrari as come a posibility. There are now lest contract offers from those low, medium teams, but more interest from stronger teams like Ferrari and a direct offert from Red Bull as second pilot with Vettel.
    So, offers has a limit of time to react, at least those from small teams.
     
  6. David Kaye

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    Well looking into the data base I saw the contract offer time value's and they start at 2 and end at 4 so I think that is how long the offer remain's open for in race weekend's I think ! I have not tested it just telling you what I have seen.
     
  7. Tukutz

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    Ok thanks a lot for the help!
     
  8. Countblue

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    Hi

    2 to 4 races is what I can confirm too after 6 seasons. ;-)

    CB
     
  9. David Kaye

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    Well there you go then, confirmation of the data, I am surprised lol :D
     
  10. Tukutz

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    Thanks for the confirmation then! Probably best to just assume it'd always be 2, mightn't want to risk ignoring for 4 races :p
     
  11. David Kaye

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    Why not be a gambling man and go for 3 instead lol. I think from memory of course, that the top team's were more 2 and lower team's 4 so bear that in mind, the next time I am in the database I will look it up and let you know what I see.
     
  12. Tukutz

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    That sounds pretty fair enough I suppose. Thanks for helping me out with that.