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Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa Racing Club' started by Craig Dunkley, May 6, 2019.
You are on the Grid! ..Welcome aboard m8
@manu68 Praga R1/Jops... what day suits you better? Monday 27th or Wednesday 29 May...may also offer another car also, just doing some laps.
Can i get in on this on the reserve list?
Off course ..welcome get some practice in, there is a very good chance that you will get on the grid
You can take my place... sadly Mondays are hard for me to participate. I will definitely not miss next week. But I have to make concessions at work and at home...
That is a shame, but thanks for letting me know
@DrSayers ..you are on the Grid my friend
And me?? Maybe if just a free spot in the last minute
Yes come on in ....
My setup from tonight
Certainly a great battle at the front ..seven or eight drivers with only tenths separating them
Not so good for me, but was having a lot of fun until I got knocked off the track ..need to watch the reply
Congrads to the podiums
And congrads to all those drivers that finished this difficult combo ...very well done
Please remember there is far more to these club events than just winning, like having a great time
I had a great time in "Operation: Punt @DrSayers At All Costs". But seriously, sorry about that.
So much fun to drive these cars again though. Really hope we'll do it again some time Great choice @Craig Dunkley!
My apologies for the first lap incident. I was careful through the first turn, then I carried too much speed in the S's and made contact with others. I take full responsibility
Thanks for organising - I had an off on lap 4, later that evening when I stopped sliding and had the car pointing in roughly the right direction, I was near the back. I had a few laps with company then was on my own until the last three laps after Ernie had a moment - I kept zoning out, daydreaming, losing focus and kept going off.
Great track - won't miss the car.
Thanks again CD.
Really enjoyed my race, just had one moment, thought i was in a Gt3 car, where did the traction
control go. Op’s. Then trying to get back into the race made me realize how awkward this car
Harassed @Stig Bidstrup as much as i could, no way passed without a risk, had a couple of
unsuccessful attempts. Then traction control let me down, no way back with just a couple of
laps left, fair play to Stig never really made much of an error from 10 or 12 laps ( just guess )
thanks to @Craig Dunkley for putting on an interesting race.
Well done to all the quick front runners. most impressive.
Great race unfortunately I had to cut it short and left with 10 minutes on the clock. Sorry I don’t normally like leaving a race mid way through.
And as usual, my VR onboard.
Will give it a go, just to find out I'm not as fast as you.
Here's my one too for the curious ones, who like it agil and bouncy.
That was one of those races, when before I think I can't hold it on track. Afterwards I'm very exhausted but very happy having made no mistakes. What a challenge to keep it on track.
P1 was out of reach today (congrats to @Celtic Pharaoh ), so I'm very happy with P2 after a long battle with @Trebucht .
Thx to @Craig Dunkley for hosting and for adding the skin pack. I think it looks much more like real racing with those clothes.
He, he I can be watched in a vid of Chris. If it was a GT3 race, you'd need to have a deeeeeep look into his mirror.
I know I am the slowest and I want to improve, so I want to ask a question, if I may. Yesterday, after 20 minutes, I was already struggling for grip. The tyres dropped almost immediately, in one lap, and even if they were in the medium grip area, I was sliding a lot more then before. Still, all the others seemed to not have this issue and seemed that you guys were having almost the same pace as before.
How can you manage tyre wear so good?
EDIT: I didn't spin until then. I think the first spun was after that, at about 25minutes from the start.