EU Lotus 98T @ Hermanos Rodriguez 1988 - Sunday October 25th 2015

Lorenzo Bonder

Wah wah.

This Sunday we're bringing back the retro with iconic 1986 Louts 98T and we are placing this car at the Mexican track of Hermanos Rodriguez, the old layout pre-F1 2015, keeping the old school racing rocking!

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Cars: Lotus 98T

Track: Hermanos Rodriguez 1988 (download here)
Track Conditions: 95% grip (normally improving)

Booking: no - Pickup Mode
Practice: 17:00 GMT (45 minutes)
Qualifying: 17:45 GMT (15 minutes)
Race: 18:00 GMT (24 laps)

Entry List:
  1. prosoto
  2. Tommi Saari
  3. Tobias Röhner
  4. Rudolph Maré
  5. Matyas Kone
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Tommi Saari

Moving chicane
This track is bumpier than any stage at thousand lakes rally. I'm pretty sure those brake bumps are a bit over done. Yet to find good period on board footage.
Giant challege to keep that turbo rocket on track and find the smoothest line around that paved field. I had to bring out formula abarth to learn the track :).
 
Sign me in provisionally. I'm not sure I'll have time to learn the track or get used to the car. I have last driven the 98T when it was just released, and back then it was pretty hard to keep it on track. Especially in 100% boost mode, which gives you maybe 2 or 3 laps before your engine blows :).

People who raced these back in the day must have had balls of steel.
 

TobiasR

Czarleeese Baygio
Premium
We should be finishing this race right before the F1 cars start in Texas. Should be a good warmup!
 

Fred Locklear

Moving bollard
Premium
It was kinda fun. I almost felt like I was cheating because I had ABS and TC on, but I thought it was better to do that than do donuts in the infield grass all race long :).
 
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