@Sirspuddington – Being fast is only part of the puzzle. Oli is very quick, but would he have won the race, had he got annoyed and quit after his spin? Or if he would have spun every other lap? No, because consistency is a huge part of the game, and constantly underrated. I’ve raced against lots of fast people, especially in quali, but also tend to lack race results, because they can’t string that performance together for more than ten laps. It may have felt like it wasn’t your fault, but the game doesn’t just throw you about, otherwise surely none of us would have been able to complete the Grand Prix?
I understand it can be frustrating at times, but it’s just something else you have to learn. Take Bradley for example, I don’t know if he’ll enjoy me using him as an example, but I will anyway :P. He is a quick driver, and can be very competitive, but lacks a little consistency. You saw that today, he was able to pull out a great lap on primes, which eclipsed both Oli and I, but come the race, he was left with +90 seconds of penalty (Though I’m sure he wasn’t completely at fault ;) ). The best thing for you to do is to learn from this.
And last of all, thank you :D
@Raginginferno – No worries, mate! I know you’re not a bad driver, and most would have gone for it anyway :P Haha, no it did not. I’ve been trying for a Championship since 2009, and it’s finally here xD
@Olliekart – Yeah, clearly that wasn’t your fault. As long as @Bradley13 agrees, then the penalties should be erased, and it was a deserving victory :)