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Discussion in 'rFactor 2 Racing Club & Leagues' started by Craig Dunkley, Feb 16, 2019.
I'm sorry today I can not run
That is a shame, thanks for letting me know
Please sign me IN if there is some spot left
Just downloaded drivers, game and stuff. Sign me up!
Sorry guys for the incidents
Well i am very happy for this weekend 4th yesterday and P1 today
What can i say i just had a great race and no mistakes.
Congrats to all and THX to all Admins and drivers
@Jesús Sánchez Miranda I went back to review the replay, I am sorry we touched in the middle of the corner. I think I gave you enough room on the inside but you seem to drift out towards me, hard corner to pass. Let me know if you have a different view of the incident.
@Martin Fiala I enjoyed racing you, you were clearly faster but I can make myself pretty wide Seriously great driving being so close to me and avoiding an incident after so many laps
@T_rac3 Great handling and nerves of steel ! It was a rubber band the whole time. I know you opened the door once or twice, but I did not have the guts because I knew if I took advantage I would have you on the rear mirrors and probably go off in a couple of laps.
Steep learning curve with rF2, but worth every second. With these GTE I can definitely feel the handling and(my) limits. Need to learn how to lunch the car, too, didn't go well today and I left cars passing to be on the safe side and bring the piggy back home.
Congrats to @Mikka Persson and the Podium: those 3 sec. behind feels higher than the K2!
PS Did manage to finish the race without fuel (67L!! on Race Map) from the Ferrari turn, just geared up on 6th, then N and sailed the car through the Ducados and finally the finish line without loosing the spot. Reason more I'm glad I didn't push harder.
Likewise I was pretty close to crashing at times, but somehow managed to mostly stay on the grey stuff And all the time I was thinking how many times I would crash if I was in your place. Really impressive I just couldn't find a safe enough way past you. It was hard work, and for what felt like ten hours as well Shame about you running out of fuel.
I'll post a video of my race later. Great fun.
Yes, it was a good race
Not exactly steel , it was few times when I almost lost control, than my nerves was melted rubber . Having you in my mirror for almost all race make me "a little" uncomfortable (to be read - stressed to the fullest) and also make me sweet a lot
So this was the motive in the last half of the last lap you disappear.
In the end congratulation for a good driving and thank you for the race.
So here's my increasingly desperate attempts at squeezing past @Piero Favretti:
Apologies to @yshmana007 for the bump during the first lap. I wasn't sure whose fault it was (but waited anyway, just to be sure), but looking at replay, it was clearly my fault, I wasn't aware that you're next to me and I didn't leave enough room. So again, sorry.
Thanks for the race!
results posted in the usual site.
Can we se results?
I grabbed a cup of coffee and watched the whole thing! You must have been so frustrated, yet you kept your cool Again great fun and great driving!
@Mikka Persson - we're not allowed to post lap times, so I prefer not to put the direct link, but check the results tab at simresults . net, you will also find the other race you had on Friday
Not really, to be honest. I mostly only get frustrated racing when I make stupid mistakes and/or when I'm so slow that I can't even keep up with others (so I don't have anyone to race), and there wasn't much of the former (IMO) and obviously none of the latter, so I was just enjoying it. It really was great fun. And as long as the race is fun, I really couldn't care less if I finish last or if I am on the podium (which is not to say I will not fight for positions). If we were to finish like that, I would be perfectly fine with that (because frankly, you more than deserved it).
Though as for keeping my cool...well I guess I'm glad it looks that way