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Entitled to start are all drivers who
- are assigned to a green license (see GT Pro Series | licenses),
- submitted a skin which matches the painting regulations (deadline: Sunday, February 17, 2019, 4 pm - local time in Germany).
data and server settings
training: 07:00 pm*
qualifying: 08:00 pm*
warm-up: 08:20 pm*
race start: 08:25 pm*
race duration: 75 mins
*local time in Germany
join period: training & warm-up
ingame - race start time: 02:00 pm
flags: black only
fuel consumption: normal
tire wear: normal
view: freely selectable
auto pilot: no
damage multiplier: 70%
driving aids: auto shift, auto clutch, traction control + ABS (via setup)
setup: freely selectable
real road preset: light or medium rubbered / natural progressing
start: rolling (standing start into the formation lap behind the pace car, flying start into the race)
time multiplier: normal
driver swap: not allowed
rejoin: allowed (for details see regulations C/§2/(2))
additional ballast: top8 drivers of the previous championship race
pit speed limit: 60 km/h
server: ! SR-U.net GT Pro Series
password: same as the one for the training server
- Alex Braeutigam: qualification ban
- Danny ter Marten: qualification ban
- Marjan Koderman: drive through-penalty*
- Martin Ulrik: drive through-penalty*
- Michael Kipp: drive through-penalty* + qualification ban
- Mike Horn: drive through-penalty*
- Steve Grumpelt: 25 sec. stop-and-hold penalty*
==> *remember: Penalties have to be served within the first 15 race laps after formation lap.
specials and annotations
shared pit spots
There are 14 pits spots in Thruxton connected to 3 garage spots each.
So in Thruxton 3 drivers share one pit spot. In general we tried to assign team mates to the same pit spot or put active drivers with "inactive" drivers together.
Here is the overview which drivers are assigned to which pit spot:
1: Marco Dohmen / Carsten Schulze / Juergen Muench
2: Mark Oliver Thiel / Felix Heinen / Lars Nowack
3: Rene Wagner / Steve Grumpelt / Markus Walter
4: Frank Waschke / Timo Hartmann / Andre Gaida
5: Joern Dette / Mark Weiler / Martin Ulrik
6: Conny Naslund / Rickard Nilsson / Thord Jonsson
7: Magnus Algotsson / Joris Scheepvaart / Matthias Weber
8: Kevin Jaeger / David Jundt / Alex Braeutigam
9: Sascha Glatter / Fabian Wolf / Marc Paulaner
10: Jeppe Rasmussen / Kim Strohmann / Silvio Striegler
11: Michael Kipp / Lukas Hausen
12: Martin Swaczyna
13: Marjan Koderman
14: Danny ter Maten
live timing / hotlaps
live timing (I)
live timing + hotlaps (II)
Weather Athens, Georgia USA (+10°C offset)
Other than that I don't have much to say. I drove like shit
Anyway, I must say sorry to Steve Grumpelt.
I got the feeling according to watching the stream when I dropped out and how others could drive behind other cars.. that for some reason I must change some settings. I could really not see a bloody thing but had no idea if it was worse for me than for others. But I could never see a dryer line eventually on track for example it was all the same and one big clitch. I noticed when I watched the stream afterwards that there was a dryer line even after a couple of laps already. Also when they did an onboard shot in the stream they had much less spray and it made driving behind another car much easier then it was for me. For me it looked continiously like I had a wintersun right in my face but then caused by water.
I started off super carefully to avoid any possible contact and got passed by almost everybody . When I got some air i decided to speed up and make up some places and have a fun race from the back.
Luckily they were filming that part where and when Jeurgen Munch got off the track and returned on the straight with a much slower speed then normal and others, so i could see what had happened. There was no possibility for me to avoid this in anyway anymore and I collided with Jeurgen. Sorry Jeurgen, but I had no chance.. when I could see your taillights it was way too late for me. Plus I had -1 / - 10 wings.. and a more to dry suspension setup.. hoping it would dry out a bit so i could make up places. My topspeed was quite much greater as the most I came accross on the track and also less braking power probably at the end of the straight which made it tricky but ok to me.
Seb, Nice commentary again! Please dont switch to German next season, And fix your replay button!
Timo what the hell did you eat yesterday? Good speed you had!
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Let's say I didn't want to start for safety reasons...
But than I saw(and Silvio remembered me, that I like rain), that it is raining. My chance because of the lower speed.
Well it was to late for the qualyfication, so start from the back. Which was also good for me, because of some kind of "performance test"(the BHR team could know what I mean)
So, put the wings up, rain tires on and let it roll.
Went really well, tried to stay out of any trouble and take the freebies.
So there is not much to tell, I just stayed on the track. Mostly.
Crew Chief told me, that my fuel was juuust enough to finish the race, so I could't go the full pace till the end.
Maybe I could have got p8 if wasn't looking so much for Sascha to lap me(or if that was Carsten who was getting closer), but I have to be honest.
I really thought, that I miss this race(or if I start it, I will crash in one of the fast corners), so getting P9, again, is great!
And as rainy weather should be a little bit more demanding for the hardware, afair: A race without any hardware related problems!
Still/Again tripple screen, but found a way to use it without nVidia surround. Just hoping, that this is really helped, as I know multiple games who have massive performance issues(more than my rf2 ones) with the surround setting.
You just don't want to get back to single screen, when you are used to tripple.
No problem. I lost my engine and didn´t noticed it so that i tried to start it again and again, what was the reason for being so slowly. Was a lot of fun to drive without engine sounds.
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