The following drivers have until 19h45 CET tomorrow to announce whether they intend to race or not, per the series rules.
Thiago Canola Petr Hlavac Filippo Marazzi Anders Nilsson
Drivers who haven't announced their presence 24 hours before the start of official qualifying or declare their absence will have their cars made available as one-offs, first come-first served for that race.
I have a refueling issue.. when I choose lower amount of fuell to be added than specified in basic setup page, I allways get that basic ammount refulled... This is something strange to me..
Look for this in your PLR file. Set the value to "1"
Relative Fuel Strategy="1" Default="0" Reletive Fuel strategy sets the way fuel get added to the car during a pit stop. Setting this value to "1" will add the required ammount of fuel at the pitstop. just like in real life racing while setting the value to "0" means you leave pit lane after your stop with the nominated amount of fuel you requested in your setup. In theory using the value of "0" means you could leave pit lane with less fuel then you entered.
Post by Michael Drechsler on Oct 4, 2020 19:35:58 GMT
Oh dear, I knew this would be no good, pace was absolutely abysmal, my only hope was to keep the car somehow on the road and pick up the crumbs left by others, but then, what was bugging me the last two weeks finally got hold of me and I spun the car exiting turn two. To make things worse, Jason White had nowhere to go and ran into my car. Apologies for that!
Concerning the handling, corner entry to apex was fine, but as soon as I tried to accelerate, the rear end was completely loose, no matter how gently I accelerated. I had a few moments where I crossed my arms mid corner, go figure! My fuel strategy didn't make things any better, but that was a completely rotten race!
Post by Alberto Ibanez on Oct 4, 2020 19:47:42 GMT
Too tired today, had a spin that killed my hopes of a 5th and then some small damage that combined with my numb wrist after half race to spin again in frustration and lack of concentration and kill the car. Happy for little Al to get 4th, grats to Jaques, Nilsson and Janik, good and deserved podium!
Post by Alberto Iquino on Oct 4, 2020 19:55:36 GMT
Well done top 3 ;
it's been an interesting race. I started great: A qualify lap with race fuel, just great... The rest of the race was an endurance climb to position 4, so I'm quite happy after haven't practiced until today. I had maximum boost, because after I compared the temperatures of Pocono and this ones I thought I could do it, and I was right, but forgot about the issue of the fuel, so I got sometimes distracted calculating the fuel I needed . Great battle at the end with Jundt!!
Huge apologizes to Ray Riddall for the touching in lap 50, I didn't expect you to run that wide on the inside ,
and also to Brian Janik, who I did not let pass so Jundt was unable to get me, but i think he realized and let Jundt pass as a vengeance
Thanks for the race and see you next Sunday with the M1s
Not a bad qualifying using a David Jaques setup , I could have gone a bit faster but that was ok. In the race I clipped the wall early on and I thought that I had turned repair off but no I had a 50 second pitstop to repair the damage . I spent most of the race driving on my own with no yellows to close the field back up and that meant no strategy options. I managed to hang on at the end without making a pitstop but the front left tyre was shot, I hung on to the finish and I think that saved me one position, sorry Ray. My tyres at the end of the race.
Oh dear, I knew this would be no good, pace was absolutely abysmal, my only hope was to keep the car somehow on the road and pick up the crumbs left by others, but then, what was bugging me the last two weeks finally got hold of me and I spun the car exiting turn two. To make things worse, Jason White had nowhere to go and ran into my car. Apologies for that
No worries Michael. These things happen. Was happy to get out of saddle anyway; very exhausting work.