There must be more than me that are nervous about tomorrow's race? The chance of something devestating happening is great! At the same time it will be an even more impressive acheivement from us all if we manage to get through it in one piece. Also, it now looks like we will be 21 drivers +/- as Gaetano, Jonas and Helder have become active on the servers. The first great challenge is the start and t1. As the race director mentioned in his email, there is not room for more than one car at the time, and that means the further back the field you start, the earlier you will need to slow down. We all have to treat the start with an upmost consern for safety, and forget about gaining places. Remember, there is not room for two cars abreast, so don't rear end the guy in front if he "unexpectedly" slow down. The second great challenge is not making a mistake in t1 55 times in a row x 20+ drivers = 1100 times. If you lose control you need to immediatly focus on cars behind and be ready to esc out of the race if you are in dannger of collecting more drivers in your misfortune. (obviously there are many other places where losing control of the car can be devestating). Now, I think it would be a good idea if everybody replied to this thread before the race, saying that they are aware of the dangers and will be focused on avoiding them at all costs. I know that the more drivers that do this, the more my mind will be at ease and I think that goes for everybody. Also, if you happen to make a mistake in the race and have not replied to this thread beforehand, it does not look good, especially if the incident is relateable to the above warnings. I am sorry for nagging so much about safety, but it is very important. Also it is important that we all remember the new lapping guidelines which basically say that the faster car's plan should be to get close to the car he is about to lap and wait for a natural place to make a passing attempt. The car ahead will be expecting this, seeing you in his mirrors and will make the pass very easy for you. Or any other way as long as it is safe. But we should never see lapping incidents where the faster car seems to want to pass the slower car the same moment he catches up.