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19th September 2016, 7:06 at 7:06 am #32889111th September 2016, 17:13 at 5:13 pm #328219
Double Points Finish! GET IN! One of the most tense races I’ve ever been a part of after all those terrible crashes. It got to the point where going through the 2 main ‘danger sections’, I nodded in satisfaction each time my drivers went through.
I hope those involved are alright, though I won’t name them so the manager of the driver doesn’t have his race spoiled before watching the race.
Hopefully we can string a few more points places in order to shake off AMR for 6th in the constructors. It seems the 2 of us are coming back to our old days together in the 2013 season, albeit in the midfield.2nd September 2016, 6:12 at 6:12 am #327566
@blockwall-2 isn’t it Autumn now in the Northern Hemisphere? :P19th August 2016, 6:55 at 6:55 am #326653
Hopefully Klaas and Jochem can have some cracking battles in the future! Who knows where they could go!15th August 2016, 7:46 at 7:46 am #326602
Similar scenario with Jochem van Snelheid, obviously excluding age. Osterhagen has been eager to get back in the car so van Snelheid needs to turn up the gas, and its the perfect time to do it at his home race.
So annoyed Harding had to make a 4th stop due to damage. He was going to make the 3 stopper work and 7th was on offer, I wish their were footage of the incident to see what happened.
In the meantime…
Bid for Osterhagen for £500,0009th August 2016, 11:10 at 11:10 am #326510
Race should be going up very shortly! I’ve been in touch with Nic and he said he’s trying to get it up shortly, if not then certainly in the next 24-36 hours in the worst case scenario.6th August 2016, 23:34 at 11:34 pm #326487
When your Row 6 and Row 7
And your Hards aren’t quite like heaven
Seeing the tyre choices made me fear for my 2 drivers’ chances of points this race. We’ll probably lose 3rd and even 4th in the next few rounds but I’m wrapped to have been up near the front whilst we were there. :)24th July 2016, 16:41 at 4:41 pm #325564
I’m relatively disappointed with our race, especially cos Harding retired, but the fact that van Snelheid got through 24 laps on his Mediums in his first stint but could only manage 23 for the rest of the race, just cost us a couple of points.
Apologies to the head honcho of our engine supplies in @bradley13 as our drivers collided when Harding’s engine succumbed to the heat, leading to a collision with Thunder. Hopefully this doesn’t taint on any future engine, and jepoardise any opportunity of us to work with you in the future.
Finally, @robocat I thought the post you made for the Jerez race the other week was to be scheduled for 69 laps (Page 695 of the forums, posted by Bradley), but instead we ended up doing 72… probably can argue that but I’ll hold back and see what the general consensus is on that one since there was a lot of pit stops benefiting some more than others at the end of the race.21st July 2016, 8:01 at 8:01 am #32515920th July 2016, 16:27 at 4:27 pm #32515218th July 2016, 11:52 at 11:52 am #325093
@robocat @formula-1 I’m glad we’re setting a precedent, however given the fact Ruiz copped a penalty for his sole incident with Simon in Round 1 shows a little bit of inconsistency in the system from my view. That said, I feel the 10 place penalty should have been replaced with a 5 place grid penalty after hearing the appeal, but I’m not the head steward am I? :P13th July 2016, 3:25 at 3:25 am #32491310th July 2016, 10:51 at 10:51 am #324555
Congratulations to @diceman by ending their points drought with a Podium! Really happy for you brother!!
Just the wrong strategy call and a bit of bad luck on Harding’s end cost us points position today. Knowing the points are still in the equation for us I’m positive that during the season we can regularly score and stay as high in the championship as possible when we get it right.9th July 2016, 10:25 at 10:25 am #3244649th July 2016, 8:53 at 8:53 am #324461
I’m wrapped to see Ostberg right up near the front. Hopefully he can notch up some wins and continue on his form from VWRS!
As for Davies, he looks to still be finding his feet from FV3, hoping he can settle in quickly and push up the field.
But I must say… seeing ‘van Snelheid takes Pole’ caught me well off-guard. Cheers @bradley13 … :P