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US [LATE] Shelby Cobra 427 S/C @ Monza 1966 - Sunday, December 14th

Ryan Ogurek

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Apr 13, 2014
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Ready for a classic throwback of epic proportions? The insane power of the Shelby Cobra 427 S/C, and the intense speeds of Monza 1966, this will be fun!

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Cars: Shelby Cobra 427 S/C
Track: Monza 1966 |Track time will be 10:00 AM | Grip level: Old

(you have 60 minutes to book your slot on the server before practice begins)
Booking: 02:00 GMT | 21:00 EDT | 18:00 PDT
Practice: 03:00 GMT | 22:00 EDT | 19:00 PDT
Qualifying: 03:30 GMT | 22:30 EDT | 19:30 PDT
Race: 03:45 GMT | 22:45 EDT | 19:45 PDT (20 Laps | Standing Start)

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Priority access
In case of a large amount of sign-ups premium members are given priority access to enter this event.

NOTE TO CLUB MEMBERS:
I would just like to remind everyone these club events are just for fun. No matter if you are posting record lap times, or if you are vastly off the pace, how fast or slow you are does not matter. As long as you are able to follow the rules, and be courteous towards other drivers, you have something to contribute as well as something to learn from others. Please don't be discouraged by how well you know the car or track. If you are someone who is normally competing for podiums, but you don't know the track, look at it as a test of your instincts and an opportunity for the slower members to place higher. I realise everyone wants to be competitive, but this results in lower sign ups as people tend to shy away from events they are not as fast in. So please, sign up for events you are slow in as well. This is all about the fun and the learning experience, leagues will come later for all the :alien:'s.


Entry List
  1. Ryan Ogurek
  2. Justin Talent
  3. Keith Griffall
  4. Russell Sobie
  5. Geoffroy Tassenoy
  6. Angelo dos Santos
  7. Nefris Mendez
  8. Sean Kelly
  9. Nino Scholz
  10. Bartosz Korec
  11. Marco Waechter
  12. Matheus Machado
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  22. Alex Vese (Maybe)
  23. Kari Oman (Maybe)
  24. Fernando Deutsch (Maybe)
 
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kcheeb

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Wish I could make this one, haven't spent any time on Monza '66 :mad:
 
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Russell Sobie

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Please put me down as a maybe. Can you list what time of day the track is going to be? Spa in twilight took a good 10 laps before I got used to it. :)
 
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Keith_G

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Great chance to try out the cobra! Does sound like a real challenge, kind of like GPL always was. Sign me up please :)
 
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My humble sugestion, after a bit of testing: A nice morning of race in the old times Italy. ;)

Time of the day: 10:00AM
Track grip: Old ("We are in 60s right? :cool:)
Track temperature: 18ºC

I tried this and Im in love. :inlove:

There are 2 types of tires. Vintage and Street. Feels better and faster with the streets. At least with me.
Is not huge difference in the behaviour of the car, but lap times with the Vintages are like 3s slower.
If we really want to simulate, Vintages would be the pick, but how Admins control that? :roflmao:
 
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Ryan Ogurek

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My humble sugestion, after a bit of testing: A nice morning of race in the old times Italy. ;)

Time of the day: 10:00AM
Track grip: Old ("We are in 60s right? :cool:)
Track temperature: 18ºC

I tried this and Im in love. :inlove:

There are 2 types of tires. Vintage and Street. Feels better and faster with the streets. At least with me.
Is not huge difference in the behaviour of the car, but lap times with the Vintages are like 3s slower.
If we really want to simulate, Vintages would be the pick, but how Admins control that? :roflmao:
I like it. We can't control track temp yet, but the rest sounds good to me. Lets go with that.
 

Nino Scholz

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Im finding the car's setup makes a huge difference with this car. This is helpful for getting the feel of what each adjustment does in a setup.
 
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