[Nov 19, 2013] GTL : TC-65 Jaguar MKII vs Abarth 1000TC (Spa-Francorchamps GP)

Rupe Wilson

Class: TC-65 Jaguar MKII vs Abarth 1000TC
Track: Spa-Francorchamps GP (default)

See Main Forum for Official Race Time Clock

------------------------- Race 1 ---------------------------------

Practice start time: GMT 20:00 (20 mins)
Qualification start time: GMT 20:20 (single lap)
Race start time: GMT 20:30 ( 8 laps)
------------------------- Race 2 ----------------------------------

Practice start time: GMT 20:50 (20 mins)
Qualification start time: GMT 21:10 (single lap)
Race start time: GMT 21:20 ( 8 laps )

Rupe Wilson

Note1: CLUB RACING RULES CLICK ME for GTL. Please read the rules they have been updated 6/11/2013 and post a reply that you have read and understood the rules
Note 2: Only default liveries please
Note 3: We are using the SIMBIN lobby for this event. See here how to switch lobby
Note 4: Odd Number Sign ups Race 1 = Jag / Race 2 = Abarth Even number vice versas
Note 5: We run Super-Pole qualification: You only get a single attempt to set a time (1 Out-lap + 1 timed lap). If you mess it up, tough luck!
Note 6: Watch your driving please
Note 7: We will be driving this track for the month of November. It might take a few attempts to get up to speed so take it easy and learn the track.

Server password:
click here
Racing rules: click here

Entry List:
  1. Rupe Wilson -- Jag / Abarth
  2. Steve Walker -- Abarth / Jag
  3. Antonio Tavares -- Jag / Abarth
  4. Allan Ramsbottom -- Abarth / Jag
  5. Andrew Beecher -- Jag / Abarth
  6. Paul Bennett -- Abarth / Jag
  7. Hans Sneep -- Jag / Abarth
  8. Denis Betty -- Abarth / Jag
  9. Milos Litavec -- Jag / Abarth
  10. Yves Larose -- Abarth / Jag
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If you have not entered the server and driven a few laps with fellow drivers before we go to qually you are to late for that session. Please think of your fellow drivers get out on track with them watch how they drive,
you can't race with guys you have not seen drive.
WE all brake a little different and drive the corners different , get used to how they drive and then we can all race safer.
if you drop out of the server during qually you can return

This is being held in our Club, using Club Rules, and should be driven in that spirit.
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Rupe Wilson

Please use the RSVP to sign up for the race
please add the place at which you sign up in.
At present it will put you in alphabetical order. So to make it easier for us to put you on the list in the correct sequence of sign up please follow this simple instruction
EX. Rupe Wilson was the1st person to sign up
so--- (1) yes please
if you hover over my RSVP sign up avatar (above the race post) you will see this. Now we can add all to the list in the correct order..
as we already have 3 RSVP's
The next person to sign up using the RSVP will use (4) xxx xxxxxxx

Rupe Wilson

Welcome @Andrew Beecher

hello glad to see you have joined us in our club
here is our little hints and tips section FOUND HERE
in there you will find all kinds of interesting stuff to help gtl work to its best
any question just ask, and we will try to help
A really nice choice of cars for this track. The Jaguar is is quite well suited to this track, and very fun to drive here, unlike other tracks where it seems heavy and dull. The Abarth is fun in any track!
But they make a very matched pair here, with lap times very close (I got 1 sec difference per lap with just a few practice laps); given the superior speed of the Jag in the straight and the agility of the Abarth in corners, we have the perfect recipe for a great racing event! :thumbsup:

Rupe Wilson

@Paul Bennett
if you could pop a number 6 in the little box above the yes and sign up again with the post button this will tell us when you signed up.
it will work like an update on your post

if when you sign up you look at the confirmed attendances and you will be the next one so that's the number to use..

The system at present uses a alphabetical display, not in order of signup, so if allot sign up i don't know which order to put you in..

and in the event of a full grid, some might loose out of the final spots..
So if we can all adopt this method it will help me and Steven when we sign you all up

Rupe Wilson

Big apologies to Antonio i totaly missed my breaking point. :( I tried to avoid you and clipped your rear putting you in the barriers, i did wait on the inside of the track for you,
but then you left due to damage i think so i carried on at the rear..:(

Paul Bennett

Good nights racing as ever, not much action for me but what's new :)

Race 1, Abarth great little car now with an improved set up.
Race 2, Jaaaaaag she's a barge but does the job

@Andrew Beecher welcome to the club :thumbsup:
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