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Friday August 21st 2009 - CART Factor @ Watkins Glen

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Bram Hengeveld

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Servername: RACEDEPARTMENT.COM CART
Mod: Cart Factor v1.0 click here to download
Track: Watkins Glen v2.0 click here to download
Event start: 19:00 GMT
Practice: 30 minutes
Qualification: 30 minutes
Warmup: 5 minutes
Race: 60 minutes + 1 mandatory pitstop
Fuel use: 2x
Tire use: 1x
Traction Control: allowed
ABS: not allowed
Time acceleration: 1x
Note 1: Click here to read the password and golden rules!

STARTING PROCEDURE:
This race will be a manual formation lap with a rolling start. This means that once the light goes green the leader gradually speeds up to around 100 km/h (60mph) and drives in this pace towards the last corner.
All other cars follow in one line with the same speed. No brake test, no swaying. When you spin your car you drop back to last position and start from there.
When exiting the last corner the leader can go full throttle and the rest of the pack follows. No overtaking before start/finish.
 

Bram Hengeveld

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  1. Ingemar Petersson
  2. Bram Hengeveld
  3. Luis Lynce
  4. Bennie Holloway
  5. Philip Antonia
  6. Rauno Muru
  7. Daniel Plaikner
  8. Klyde Parker
  9. Joe Stalans
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Philip Antonia

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I think I might give this a go as well. I need to get to grips with these cars and what finer excuse:).
 

Bram Hengeveld

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Just did my first laps on Watkins and this track is made for those cars: excellent stuff!
 

Joe Stalans

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I was running 1:28's a while ago with stock setup. Is this a desent pace or do I not need to bother? Thanks
 

Bram Hengeveld

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I was running 1:28's a while ago with stock setup. Is this a desent pace or do I not need to bother? Thanks
Pace never bothers Joe! :) What bothers is that you enjoy yourself online!:beauty:

Shall i put your name on the list?
 
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