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Gentleman rule for cutting?

Discussion in 'Simracing Team Challenge' started by Andreas Hultgren, Oct 9, 2009.

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  1. Christopher Aponte

    Christopher Aponte

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    so high that it can flip cars? :)
     
  2. Ben Tusting

    Ben Tusting

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    Chris not that high :). But it would be good for the broadcast though :)
     
  3. David Garcia

    David Garcia

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    Yes, high kerbs will do the work better than the checkpoints Ben.
     
  4. Ben Buitendijk

    Ben Buitendijk

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    Yes high kerbs would be perfect, I remember Montreal in FSR, impossible to cut the last chicane or you would fly straight into the wall of death...
     
  5. Bjorn de Haas

    Bjorn de Haas

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    cutting or no cutting everyone is responsible for himself.. we all signed up RD knowing the rules and stuff. In my oppinion you always have to race within the boundries of the track, so if we are all fair and follow the basic rules there should not be any problem i would say
     
  6. Ben Tusting

    Ben Tusting

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    Bjorn this league doesn't run with RD rules
     
  7. Bjorn de Haas

    Bjorn de Haas

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    oh ok ben sorry mate
     
  8. Damian Henderson

    Damian Henderson

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    But ye it's a thing to think about for next season. I don't think it should be implemented this season as we are already up and running and everyone knows what the current rules are regarding this topic.

    But for next season, we hire a top track guy and get those tracks deadly if you cut.
     
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