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16th December 2014, 13:53 at 1:53 pm #28916114th December 2014, 21:50 at 9:50 pm #289107
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Guys, I just want to let you know that I plan on working on the wiki with Bradley. The main thing (I feel) that needs to be done is all of the driver and team pages.
I have already added career summary tables and FV results tables to the pages of Hugh Dwyer and Romano Agostino:
If you would like any back story or summary on any of the pages (similar to what Lucas did on Dwyer’s a while back) you can either edit the wiki yourself if you have access, or submit it to Bradley or myself.14th December 2014, 15:04 at 3:04 pm #289099
Looking forward to watching the race in Mexico. I would prefer Hoskins to win mostly because I think he deserves it more. He is currently the most successful FV driver and has the most wins this season. And if his strategy would have been better in the last two races he would be up by much more than 4 points.
The VEC have an epic schedule for their first season! FIRST will be fielding one full time and one part time (Le Mans and COTA) car in that.
Good luck to the others who have applied for the empty FV spot.1st December 2014, 15:31 at 3:31 pm #287875
Hamilton on Vergne30th November 2014, 17:39 at 5:39 pm #287806
The whole Alonso/Vettel battle.30th November 2014, 17:37 at 5:37 pm #287805
Alonso on Ricciardo30th November 2014, 17:33 at 5:33 pm #287804
Hamilton on Massa. He came from a looong way back!30th November 2014, 17:28 at 5:28 pm #287803
Ricciardo on Bottas was good, but I think Hamilton’s move on Rosberg was better.28th November 2014, 20:31 at 8:31 pm #287627
I, for one, would like to see Hoskins win the championship. He has won a lot more races than Ruiz and would be up by more than 29 points right now if @jaimefrankinf1 had put him on the same strategy as Ruiz.
It is okay to want Ruiz to win, but I think he should have to beat Hoskins while running the same strategy. Otherwise, people will always say that Hoskins deserved it more.18th November 2014, 23:31 at 11:31 pm #286071
@mathers Any idea of when the Donington BTCS round will happen?
And it is great to have so many user-controlled competitors in the IJGPC next year!18th November 2014, 12:32 at 12:32 pm #286039
Not only did my post show up a day after I posted, it didn’t include any of the links I shared.
I compiled a list of the stats that Bradley is already keeping track of on the wiki. I tried to include those links because I am not sure everyone is aware of them. Maybe they should be easily accessible from the home page?
Searching “List of” in the wiki’s search bar brings up almost everything though.18th November 2014, 8:37 at 8:37 am #28600223rd October 2014, 14:37 at 2:37 pm #280167
@umartajuddin That is the main question. I think there is enough interest in general, but I am willing to bet that a good amount of people would hesitate to buy a monthly subscription. I would probably prefer a system where users can buy access to an individual race (for a small fee, maybe less than $1), or a season of races (like the 2010 F1 season, for example) for a larger (maybe about $8?) fee. This way customers aren’t turned off by having to commit to a monthly subscription that they may or may not use. Just an idea.23rd October 2014, 12:52 at 12:52 pm #280162
I think this is a great idea and I am pleasantly surprised that the FOM are willing to do this.
I like going back and watching old races from non-F1 series in the winter especially, and I often wish I could go back and watch a memorable F1 with English commentary.
Another suggestion: Try to add MotoGP. Similarly to F1, they have basically no races up on YouTube and/or the really sketch sites.12th October 2014, 23:25 at 11:25 pm #278653
Rosberg on Bottas for 2nd into T2.