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Radical SR4 252 @ Silverstone 1979 - thursday-May27th, 2010

Discussion in 'RACE 07 Racing Club & Leagues' started by Eric Nelson, May 20, 2010.

  1. Eric Nelson

    Eric Nelson

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    Servername: RACEDEPARTMENT USRADICAL

    Class: Radical SR4 252


    Weather: Dry

    Start Time: 21:45 EST / 18:45 WST / 01:45 GMT (Friday)

    Practice: open server
    Qualification: 15mins (9:45 EDST)
    Warmup: 10mins
    Race: 2x15 laps

    Notes: Click here to read the password and golden rules!







     
  2. Eric Nelson

    Eric Nelson

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    Silverstone 1979 is a great GP layout from back in the day! Fast and wide it will prove to be a great track to test your feel for a flat circuit. Good Luck and have fun!
     
  3. Eric Nelson

    Eric Nelson

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    Entry list:

    1. Micheal Carver
    2. Eric Estes
    3. Dennis Phelan
    4. Glen Kabis
    5. Lazlo Acera
    6. Keight Barrick
    7. Reggie Blain
    8. Joseph Edgar
    9. Rafael Barbosa
    10. Tylor Scurlock
    11. driver
    12. driver
    13. driver
    14. Glenn Peterson (good positive maybe :))
    15. William Nowell (maybe)
     
  4. Michael Carver

    Michael Carver

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    Okay I am in (I have the day off so I can squeeze this one in). Just don't tell me I need be running the in 1:15's -- haven't run the Radicals before (except for a few spins) and setting them up isn't as easy as the Mini's :rolleyes:
     
  5. Eric Estes

    Eric Estes

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    I'm in. Awesome track for these.
     
  6. Michael Carver

    Michael Carver

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    Here's hoping some folks are planning on waiting until the very last minute to show up... This is a classic track layout and may have been one of the first circuits I learned when I first got started sim-racing many decades ago.
     
  7. William Nowell

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    I'm a maybe on this one. The wife knew exactly how many races I did last week, I may have to save my wild cards for another day.
     
  8. Dennis Phelan

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    Too many chicanes, but I'll be there anyhow.
     
  9. Eric Estes

    Eric Estes

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    1979 version... only 1 chicane (Woodcote) :D at the end.

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  10. Eric Estes

    Eric Estes

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    Know how that works :). Nice rankings jump!
     
  11. Eric Nelson

    Eric Nelson

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    Circuit length of 4,718 kilometers? hhhmm guess I need to change the event to a oner lapper over 2 days?
     
  12. Eric Estes

    Eric Estes

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    Hehe... hadn't even noticed that. Guess I saw what I expected. I don't know if that would fit on Great Britain at all.
     
  13. Dennis Phelan

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    Yeah, I have the right track.
    One chicane is one too many!
     
  14. Glen Kabis

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    Sign me up.
     
  15. Lazlo Acera

    Lazlo Acera

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    pls add me to the list.. thx
     
  16. Keith Barrick

    Keith Barrick

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    Sign me up please. The gf wouldn't let me race last night so I'm running tonite
     
  17. Michael Carver

    Michael Carver

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    Tit for Tat
     
  18. Stefan Werner

    Stefan Werner

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    In Europe they use commas in math as American's do periods. Having grown up in Europe, I still get those confused from time to time.
     
  19. Michael Carver

    Michael Carver

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    Actually the chicane is a breeze, it's Becketts that will kill ya.

     
  20. Dennis Phelan

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    There's a server[not ours] up for this event anyone have a password?