Thanks for a great race guys, this was fun but please don't tell anyone I was seen in an Audi - that would be embarrassing. I had a disaster race - completely messed up the start, killing the engine on the grid (embarrassing) - loosing a couple of positions right then, then driving like a devil to catch up those lost positions, going a bit too hot in places until I almost FLIPPED my car running hard over the right hand curb after the long straight. From then I took it easier, pitted early to fulfill the 2 tire changes and not risk having to run two worn and two new tires. Then I had a few nice battles, missed the odd braking zone and lost time. two laps before the finish I got a fuel warning and drastically reduced pace, short shifting and saving fuel only to find in the end that I had perfectly enough fuel and the runner in second place was only 11 sec ahead of me !@#$% I'll catch you next time ;-) Congrats to David "The Ultimate Sand Bag" for a low stealth flight under the radar and a well deserved victory and thanks for setting such awesome track / car combos up - good, proper manly men old metal racing! When I told my wife that the Fanatec shifter finally gave up the ghost and I only finished 3rd she immediately ordered me a new one and told me ... "You'll show those Amerikaners next time!" I love her ;-) These type of cars are lovely, I love anything German that has way too much power while having way too little tires and is driven without any electronic nannies. Maybe we race Group 5 cars some of the next weeks? Maybe even the DRM Revival Gr.5 Mod for Assetto Corsa one day?