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21st February 2017, 13:14 at 1:14 pm #335178
I think I’m not the only person to have gotten my predictions before testing wrong…
Let’s look to embarrass ourselves yet again! Predict the grid for Round 1 of the Championship!
I’ll start off proceedings:
K van Snelheid
J van Snelheid
Who else wants to give her a crack?18th February 2017, 23:43 at 11:43 pm #335073
I couldn’t find where Wagner was then I saw him all the way up in 4th. No complaints :)17th February 2017, 3:09 at 3:09 am #334990
9th on paper in testing ain’t great, but on the Hards it ain’t a massive surprise for me.12th February 2017, 3:52 at 3:52 am #334876
Lowkey would poop my pants if I drove over that bump.7th February 2017, 13:34 at 1:34 pm #334810
We’ve done this before, let’s do it again!
What’s on the cards for Lopez? Hopefully a longer stint in the points scoring positions. Not expecting this either but if we can snag a win somehow that would be priceless.27th January 2017, 5:01 at 5:01 am #3345228th January 2017, 1:54 at 1:54 am #33422727th December 2016, 3:10 at 3:10 am #334092
I’m satisfied with Viktor Ӧstberg’s performance in the YDT. Another season in FV2 and he should be ripe to take it up to the big boys.19th December 2016, 11:16 at 11:16 am #334036
As if the season’s over man. Loved every minute of it!
Obviously for me our highlight of the season was Harding at Shanghai. The big congratulations has to go to @mathers for snaring the double this season. Being connected through our partnership with our engines has rocked up to now, and I’m sure you’ll be right up there again next season.
I’m wrapped Simon was able to grab the title but it sucked that backmarkers pretty much set it up for him. Been the story of the season though so we can’t do much ay.
Can’t forget to than @robocat for making Formula Virtual what it is. Dunno what you were hoping would happen but I’m sure some didn’t anticipate it to become what it has. Shoutouts to @bradley13 and @sirspuddington (once you learn Descida do Lago :P ) on stepping up to commentating duties. I remember my stint last season and I remember how difficult one race was, and he you’s are doing full seasons. Pretty cool guys.
2017 then, only god knows what lies ahead. Hopefully the start of this season doesn’t turn out to be a one-off and we can start getting back to the front. It was certainly better than being a midfield team, and definitly better than being rock bottom like we were in 2015. :)14th December 2016, 0:14 at 12:14 am #333993
I’m torn. Part of me wants Simon but I expect Inman to deliver. Ugh…. Simon.
3rd in Constructors?
If Franklin hold their form I reckon they’ll get the job done.
Best of the New Teams?
I’m thinking FIRST, and North Star/Ocelot could go either way
Franklin’s 2nd driver?
Made me redo my Indy lineup, but we can safely assume who the man is gonna be now.
Fun’s driver lineup?
My sources say they Could be signing a World Champion…
Westwood: Kinnumen and I think Christodoulou… not convinced
AMR: Don’t see why Ellington shouldn’t be dropped for anyone. Has won in the past.
Ingram: Already confirmed
Meteor: Already Confirmed
2017 Pecking Order
3. DS Mathershaw
12. North Star
13. Ocelot14th November 2016, 11:21 at 11:21 am #332523
That was a pretty encouraging race for us. Hopefully we can finish the season off with a few more results like that.
Congrats to @jamiefranklinf1 on your first win. I know we’ve had our differences dating back to the PS3 days, but a season without Franklin winning just doesn’t seem right.
I do have one small thing I’d like to bring up however,
I’m requesting the Stewards to take a look into Mattson’s pass on van Snelheid, which saw the later get spun around at the first corner on Lap 75, just after the 1 hour and 29 minute mark of the race video.
My argument is that Mattson simply used Jochem as a brake having braked later into the first corner, despite the fact there was plenty of room either side of the Dutchman which Mattson should have utilised in his efforts to overtake my driver. The incident led to Jean finishing just over 5 seconds ahead of Jochem due to a reckless act.
It’s fair to assume these incidents shouldn’t be condoned and I believe some sort of penalty should be implemented.13th November 2016, 7:28 at 7:28 am #332388
Not bad for a mediocre driver.11th November 2016, 14:25 at 2:25 pm #332191
32 points, not 38.*11th November 2016, 14:24 at 2:24 pm #332190
I think ‘mediocre’ is a bit of an overstatement as well. Wagner has out performed Ruiz in qualifying by 8-6 to this stage of the season, yet Ruiz has always seemed to get the more preferable tyre strategy in most races. Only 4 times have they competed a race on the same set of tyres this season.
In all the races Wagner finished in 2015, he only missed the podium once, and all his 3 DNFs came in the second half of the year, hence the 38 point victory. If you know you’re giving him the second best strategy most of the time in 2016, why suddenly label the world champion mediocre?11th November 2016, 12:14 at 12:14 pm #332157