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HistorX Porsche 906 '66 @ EELDE - Thu 15th May

Rupe Wilson


Class /Cars: PROTO A1 Porsche 906 '66

Track: Groningen Airport EELDE ( Download )

Pit box allocation: (Download)
As you may of see through the week the pit boxes were shared with this download this will sort out the problem back up you original as you will you need it to get on regular server.
To install unpack and drop into you main rfactor/HistorX folder were the exe sits.

See Main Forum for Official Race Time Clock

Race 1: Eelde 4.89km
practice start time
GMT 19:00 (20 mins)
Qualification start time: GMT 19:20 free laps
Race start time: GMT 19:30 (10 laps)
Race 2: Eedle 4.89km

Practice start time: GMT 19:55 (20 mins)
Qualification start time: GMT 20:15 Free laps
Race start time: GMT 20:25 (10 laps)

Note 1: Only default liveries or the liveries that come with the mod please
Note 2: Over the week you will need to drive a different car for each race.
Note 3: To sign up, Tag me like this - @@Rupe Wilson Yes please
this way i wont miss your sign up:)

Racedepartment Calendar: Click here
Server password: Click here
Racing rules: Click here

Entry List:
  1. Rupe Wilson
  2. Steven Walker
  3. Jarek Kostowski
  4. Hans Sneep
  5. Jordi Slootjes
  6. Emilio Casro Balea
  7. Yves Larose
  8. Jack Smith
  9. Denis Betty
  10. Driver
  11. Driver
  12. Driver
  13. Driver
  14. Driver
  15. Driver
  16. Driver
  17. Driver
  18. Driver
  19. Driver

This is being held in our Club, using GTL Club Rules, and should be driven in that spirit.
And it is not Touring cars !!!
For info on HistorX 1.96 click me
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Steven Walker

Slowly getting better!
Hi Emikam. Welcome to the club. You are more then welcome to race with us but first you need to become a Licensed Member. You can apply for a license HERE.

Hope to see you soon.
The car is great fun here and much grippier than the 904 but it's also fast as hell once you get it right and clipping curbs (kerbs? i will never learn which is correct) too much can quickly mean a spontaneous picknick in the green.
Do not lift throttle too much on the fast righthander or if you must give it at least a few stabs of throttle to stabilize it.
Rupes set is good stuff, especially the last minute changes gave me even more confidence !
(You were not "kind of" but properly keeping up, remember i had 20l less fuel. That last good lap was an exception, to say it with Steves words: Everything fell into place, i felt already while driving that one has to be good. :))

Contrary to the muscles last week you have to keep it in line while still getting as much power down as possible.
Looking forward to this.

Rupe Wilson

I found lifting the throttle of slowly when entering the places where this happens and be smooth on the power delivery, only giving full gas when your wheels are straight and the car is balanced.
In other words don't mash the pedals or jump off them, plan ahead at all times.
Remember fast guys always seem to be fast in ant car, drive at your pace and set your self up for the corner well in advance.