What interesting race, for me anyway. Got the setup completely wrong, set it for a 60 minute race with the sole intention of looking after one set of mediums. But I sacrificed a load of pace for that end, it was not my intention, where the pace went, no idea. I have the advantage of not needing to worry about the fast drivers. The problem is setting the car up with no BOP. When in qualifying, had no pace at all. Struggled to get it into the 08’s. Not only did I start at the back, but stayed there. There I would have stayed if it was not for the accidents. @Miguel Batista you had me stone cold, but your impatience got the better of you again. My car, was struggling for pace and your C7 was so much quicker with you driving. But you did not wait for the best risk free opportunity. It took the pressure of me anyway, so it was a good outcome for me. You were so much quicker than me, If you had chosen your over take without risk, you would have been long gone. Sometimes you can just drive straight pass, sometimes you have to wait for a number of laps and work out we’re your opponent is weakest. And my car certainly had many problem there. Funnily the car started to work quite well after @Daniel Nieto came out of the pits, ( this is a mid fielder conversation) he soon shot by though with about 5 laps to go. Pulled away quite quickly, then nothing, and I found I could hold the gap to a few seconds. I noticed his car was not working very well, this confused me, as he had, had a long pit stop. My car with its, now , passed it mediums was giving me my best pace of the race. I had assumed he was on a fresh set of tyres. Eventually he struggled to keep the car on the circuit and I got 5th place by being for most of the race, the slowest, but I had looked after my tyres. In fact if the race had been 60 minutes I think I could have caught @Medilloni and he was a lot lot quicker than me in qualifying; In all fairness tyres and an accident did not help his cause though. @Daniel Nieto what happened!! Sorry about the rambling. And of course , many thanks to @Craig Dunkley for organising the event.