TC65 @ Sprints - Thursday 30th April 2009

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Stuart Thomson

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Servername: RACEDEPARTMENT.COM
Class: Lotus Cortina / Alfa GTA / Ford Mustang
Track: Zandvoort 67 / Oesterreichring 79 / Jops Neuveville
Conditions: Evening - 18.00 race time
Practice: 19.00 GMT / 20.00 UK / 21.00 Europe - (10 min)
Qualification: 19.10 GMT / 20.10 UK / 21.10 Europe - (10 min)
Race: 19.20 GMT / 20.20 UK / 21.20 Europe - (10 laps) - The above session timetable will be used for all 3 sprint races.

Note1: Click here to read the password and golden rules!
Note2: Default skins only
Note3: All 3 cars must be used by each driver, but in any order.
 

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Entrylist:
  1. Stuart Thomson
  2. Hans Sneep
  3. Warren Dawes
  4. Bram Hengeveld
  5. Matt Crouch
  6. Knut Omdal Tveito - tentative
  7. Sam J Simpson - probable
  8. Ingemar Petersson
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edit: changed to the Alfa @ Zandvoort, the Stang @ Zeltweg & the Cortina @ Jops
 

Hans Sneep

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Definitely In ,if it was only for Jops it's the only phantasy track I like,
Cars/Tracks let you no

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Hans Sneep

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First, 30 April is Queensday free from work and there are lots of festivity's a round, so I have to see how that's works out.

car choice : same as yours Cortina-Mustang-Alfa

Do you like Jops?

Hans
 

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Yes Hans, Jops is a great circuit :good: Loved driving the GPL65's round it.
 

Hans Sneep

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Stuart, I like the Poster's you make, is it possible to post them in a bigger format so we can download them to print out?

Hans
 

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Hans, thank you for saying so, but the flyers / posters above are the actual size we work on (keeps the picture quick to load) so if it was enlarged , it would go all pixelly and blocky and look rotten :disapointed:

Sorry.
 

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Yah know what sucks? Whenever I'm online and having some fun on the server, you're all at work.
And when I'm asleep, you're all having some fun on the server!

BAH! lol :)
 
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Matt Crouch

been meaning to sign up but I haven't got round to looking at the tracks yet. Don't really want to just choose the same as everyone else though :p
 

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I'll whack you on as a tentative, cars tbd, but you will just need to come back and declare before the event mate.
 

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I'm going to change my cars around a bit, so the grids aren't too similar -

I predict another ourpouring of enthusiasm from the people who do end up participating in tonight's races - so don't miss out :good:
 

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I've removed the car choices and the pre-race declaration - drive what you want in what order you want.

You just have to drive all 3 cars during the event. :good:
 

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I predict another ourpouring of enthusiasm from the people who do end up participating in tonight's races - so don't miss out :good:
I totally agree. I just tried the tracks out to see what they are like, and they are great. Very high speed and all are well made. Jobs is a classic, never seen it before.
These cars promise to be a blast on these big tracks, they will really wind up some surprising speed without being too tricky to drive.
A top racing night (morning for me) is assured. :wink2:
 

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Jops is a fictional course - it was built as a tribute for a GPL League admin who died - a fitting tribute, I'd have to say.

Similar to Hans above, I'm not a big fan of fictional courses in general, but the designers here have managed to keep it simple, with a great flow, while still keeping it challenging.

:good:
 
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