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GP2 Series 2010 @ Singapore 2010 - Sun December 12th 2010

Discussion in 'rFactor 2 Racing Club & Leagues' started by Lee Palmer, Dec 6, 2010.

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    Mod: GP2 Series
    Track: Singapore 2010, Singapore

    Event start: 20:00 GMT
    Practice: 20 minutes
    Qualification: 10 minutes
    Warmup: 3 minutes
    Race: 20:35 GMT, 2 x 20 minutes - Formation lap + standing start

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  2. Entry List:

    1. Martin Bulgin
    2. Georgios Davakos
    3. Kelvin van der Linde
    4. Erik Tveit [R1]
    5. Chris Butcher
    6. Gürhan Hamlacıoğlu
    7. Chris Sykes
    8. Marco Di Caprio
    9. Oscar Hardwick
    10. Ole Marius Myrvold
    11. Sheldon van der Linde
    12. -
    13. -
    14. -
    15. -
    16. -
    17. -
    18. -
  3. Martin Bulgin

    Martin Bulgin

    Nice 1, I love Singapore:f1:
  4. And I have the oppisite oppinion on this track.

    Sign me up as Maybe plz. (pink :p )
  5. Add me as maybe 2 plz Lee :p
  6. Erik Tveit

    Erik Tveit
    I can haz cookie?

    I are able to race in the 1st race. But since I live some hours infront of GMT, I'n not able to make the 2nd one.. :-[
  7. Chris Butcher

    Chris Butcher
    Red Bull Gridsters 2012 Champion

    Yesh please :)
  8. Count me in please
  9. Liked GP2 sign me up please
  10. Can I join even if it's first race on this Track? (I'm practicing on my own but I think your laptimes will be far better than AI :) )
  11. Yep, everyone is welcome :)
  12. Is 1:57:5 too slow for you? because if it's too slow I think it's better give up instead of been an obstacle ;)
  13. Well, 1.57 is quite slow but Sim-racing and lap times take practice so you will find a few seconds for each lap. Try to experiment with your braking, acceleration and the lines that you take. That's the quickest way of becoming faster.
  14. Thanks Georgios! I will practice again and again trying to be faster as possible. I will be last for sure but hey, it's my first time in Singapore :)
  15. Oscar Hardwick

    Oscar Hardwick
    RDTCC S9 Champion Premium

    Marco... you may not be the slowest yet... Add me as a maybe please Lee. :) Thanks.
  16. Ole Marius Myrvold

    Ole Marius Myrvold
    JWB 96-13 Staff

    I started out simracing in open-wheelers, didn't race anything else until 3 years ago, when I finally started to get some results in open-wheelers, I started tin-top racing, this might be... strange. I really don't like open-wheelers anymore, but I want to know if I can be able to go fast in those again, and Singapore seems like a good place to try :)

    I'm a maybe! :)
  17. Sign Me up Please Lee
  18. Just keep practicing on being consistant and the laptimes will come down. Plus if you can do the race without crashing, you will almost certainly not be last. :wink:
  19. That's what I'm focusing about :) I hope to get better before Sunday racetime :) anyway it will be a new experience for me :D
  20. its not important to be the fastest, but its important to have funn on track. last race i did have more funn then i had ever before. starting last and fighting fore position is much more fun then starting from pole and win the race without any fight.

    p.s. i dont have time this weekend so iam not racing this one