Caterham Academy @ Troyton GP - Fri 2nd July

Stuart Thomson

The Stoat Without Fear ™

Mod: Caterham v1.75
Class: Academy class
Track: Troyton GP
Day/Night: Day
Event start: 19.00 GMT
Practice: 20 mins (before first race only)
Qualification: 3 laps superpole (before Race 1 only)
Warmup: 5 min (extended to allow for Grid reversals before Race 2)
Race: 2 x 25 min races
Note1: Click here to read the password and golden rules!
Note2: The password for the mod will be passed via PM after a sign up post has been made if you have not driven the mod before.
Note3: RD Caterham Skinpack v1.4 - Download here
Note4: If you want to use one of the add-on skins above, for simplicity's sake, please buy and use the "Roadsport -> Academy Racer" vehicle (purple "00"), and then drop the skins in the 'rFactor\GameData\Vehicles\Caterham\Academy\skins' folder. You will then be able to choose the skins via the skin chooser. Go here to see a "how-to":

Stuart Thomson

The Stoat Without Fear ™
Entry List
  1. Stuart Thomson
  2. Edgar Herrero
  3. Hans Sneep
  4. Bjorn de Haas
  5. Chris Heller
  6. Jeffrey Watkins
  7. Alex Ball
  8. Nigel Atkins
  9. Can Ozcelik
  10. Driver
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  20. Giorgos Davakos
  21. Chris Butcher

Tim Ling

It's a million-to-1 chance, but it just might work
Yus please Stuart. Back to Academy's not the Cats with the Superlight rear end?

Hans Sneep

The track is build with various parts from other tracks ,So guess the parts...

I start with two easy parts:

Monaco: Harbour an Tunnel

Bathurst: first uphill corner

There must all so some easter eggs to find..

Tim Ling

It's a million-to-1 chance, but it just might work
It is an unusual track, with hints of Bathurst and Monaco (as Hans said) plus the first corner reminds me of Brands, and theres also a sniff of Ridge Racer (though that could just be a little nostalgia creeping in). I like it.#

Just checking it is the Roadsport Academy Cats too.

Stuart Thomson

The Stoat Without Fear ™
Alex, in the events I run, we don't talk about laptimes ahead of the night. It's just a personal preference of mine.

My reasons for this are,
i) that virtually everyone's best times are set on an empty track with no compromise on lines, which you won't get on a busy track
ii) that posting lap times can (not necessarily will, but I've seen it happen) lead to people striving for a tenth here and there, and getting into bad habits (cuts, dangerous lines etc.) that could cause other drivers problems during a race.
iii) that the spread of relative speeds in the group always throw up people for you to have a race with, no matter of the laptime.
iv) that who's to say whether someone's telling the truth anyway, or whether a really quick time - that the person might never have ever got close to again - could discourage some of the slower drivers from even competing.

It's just that I like the prime motivation of my events to be fun, so we keep it light on that side of things.
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