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US [LATE] Year End Mad Dash @ Spa - Monday, December 29th

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Let's finish out the year with a mad dash in our favourite cars! Pick from any of the Official Kunos road cars, and lets have a blast around the adventure we call Spa.

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Notes:
  • If you can't book in time make sure to sign out before 21:00 EDT (02:00 GMT).
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  • Minimum number of sign ups required for event to go ahead: 8
  • TC & ABS: Factory | Stability Control: OFF | Damage: 45%

Cars: Any official Kunos road car (599XX and Zonda R NOT included)
Track: Spa-Francorchamps (Track time - 14:00)

Booking: 02:00 GMT | 21:00 EST | 18:00 PST
Practice: 03:00 GMT | 22:00 EST | 19:00 PST
Qualifying: 03:30 GMT | 22:30 EST | 19:30 PST
Race: 04:00 GMT | 23:00 EST | 20:00 PST (16 Laps | Standing Start)

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Entry List:
  1. Ryan Ogurek - Pagani Huayra
  2. Alex Vese - Ferrari LaFerrari
  3. Saleem Hodge - RUF Yellowbird
  4. Nick Murdoch - Mercedes SLS AMG
  5. Russell Sobie - Ferrari 458 Italia
  6. Fred Locklear - RUF Yellowbird
  7. Chris James - Ferrari F40
  8. Iltarix Ilyar - Ferrari LaFerrari
  9. Tony Presutto - Lotus Evora GTE
  10. Michael Dao - BMW Z4
  11. Matheus Machado - Ferrari 458 Italia
  12. Harry Platt - Ferrari F40
  13. Christian Lozanov - BMW M3 E30
  14. Sean Kelly - RUF Yellowbird
  15. Angelo dos Santos - McLaren MP4-12C
  16. Marco Waechter - [UNDECIDED]
  17. Antoine Sarracini - RUF Yellowbird
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Im sorry, I have a League race on the same day. :(
30th day would be ideal.

Put me as a maybe. Mercedes SLS AMG.
If I finish in time I´ll join.
 
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I'd like to sign up for this... hmm, probably SLS or Yellowbird? I'll get back to you once I've done a few laps in each.
 
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Lol I'm down for sure, this sounds amazing. Im torn between the LaFerrari and Huayra.

Lol...I dont know about the LaFerrari...but the Huayra will lap twice a whole field of Porsches, Mclarens and Mercedes in just 10 laps...:laugh:
Just too fast.
But is a great machine. Deserves a night only for itself.;)
 
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Edit: /\/\/\ Hah hah hah yeah, you are probably right. I was going to take the Pagani, but yeah... it'd be nutballs.

As far as the options... I'm guessing by "road" you are referring to the "street" tagged official Kunos cars? When I think "road" I think in terms of "not oval". ;)

I'll need to try everything to see what I'd be safest in.
 

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I think I have to go with the SLS for its ABS, Santa's not giving me a load cell so I want to be in the car I can emergency stop if I need to. It's got just as much sideways-fun if you turn off the TC...
 
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With some spare time, I decided to have fun testing those street cars.
Those are my personal conclusions, some may not agree!!

First of all. 2 cars labed as street cars, doenst really fit the concept:
Pagani Hurayra and LaFerrari.
Those 2 have special tires, plenty of grip and more power compared with the other street cars, and will have a infinite advantage over the others. Both really feels like proper race cars.

The street models have 2 types of tires. The semislicks (faster), and the streets.
With this in mind, I would divide the rest in classes.

Class 1
Ferrari F40 (no steps)
Mclaren MP4/12
Ferrari 458 Italia (no steps)

Class 2

Mercedes SLS AMG.

Class 3

BMW Z4
Porsche RUF
Lotus Evora GTE Carbon
 
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With some spare time, I decided to have fun testing those street cars.
Those are my personal conclusions, some may not agree!!

First of all. 2 cars labed as street cars, doenst really fit the concept:
Pagani Hurayra and LaFerrari.
Those 2 have special tires, plenty of grip and more power compared with the other street cars, and will have a infinite advantage over the others. Both really feels like proper race cars.

The street models have 2 types of tires. The semislicks (faster), and the streets.
With this in mind, I would divide the rest in classes.

Class 1
Ferrari F40 (no steps)
Mclaren MP4/12
Ferrari 458 Italia (no steps)

Class 2

Mercedes SLS AMG.

Class 3

BMW Z4
Porsche RUF
Lotus Evora GTE Carbon
This is just for fun, how evenly matched the cars are doesnt really matter, its actually part of the fun that there is massive differences (more passing). There is a downside to picking the hypercars however, you will be done with the race much sooner.
 
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