Well done Han, I had no idea you were a lap ahead of me at the end when I spun. Great result!
Thanks @Medilloni for your sympathies That car sometimes just do stuff ouf of blue, like spin in that corner on the first lap. Never happened before and afterHey @Craig Dunkley Craig, thanks for putting on tonight's race, really enjoyed it Just wondering how the hell will I cope with 'senior moments' for next week's 90 min race, do we get a nap break?
Congrats to @demetri Dmitry for the win and @Aksu Aki ....but, damn your sneaky strategies!
Happy with my result but there were a few Aliens missing, so I'll keep my feet on the ground
Really felt for @r!ver_cz Tomas with the 'off' on the first lap, your lap times were brilliant and deserved a better result.
I used the suggestions of @Medilloni in the thread of the previous race which worked great for me. Never had better balance and the 650 was a real joy to drive at Zandvoort.Also, I thought I had pace with my setup but it was clear from the off that the pace I had was at the expense of stability. Could I ask the other 650 drivers what they did setup wise for Zandvoort?
I used the Bathurst setup posted a while ago George (I thought you had it, if not let me know). Made the following changes to it:Also, I thought I had pace with my setup but it was clear from the off that the pace I had was at the expense of stability. Could I ask the other 650 drivers what they did setup wise for Zandvoort?
Here you go George, attachedThanks lads. I must have missed the Bathurst setup John . If you could let me have it again I would be very grateful.
I used a modified Red Bull Ring setup which I used in the last race also. But was no use last night. Really need to learn and tweak more with setups and read those books that were recommended.
I was wondering what happened to you @demetri because I was only 3 secs behind after your pit xDI had a very strange bug that I had never experienced before. When I stopped at the pits in the race there was no refueling progress bar, so I decided that I blew past my pit box (and it did look like I might have stopped a tad too forward), so I reversed (which took time as the gear box was locked but I had no idea why) and then drove into the box again and finally got my fuel with the usual progress shown. But when I drove out of the pits I realized that I had 17 extra liters on board, so I actually pitted twice. Lost about 12 seconds for that, fortunately had just enough extra gap to come out still ahead.