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#3512254 - 02/05/12 08:10 PM Re: SimHQ F1 Classic Racing - 1985 F1 Italian Grand Prix [Re: citizen guod]
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Wednesday, February 8th, 8 PM eastern
Saturday, February 11th, 12 PM eastern

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#3512265 - 02/05/12 08:39 PM Re: SimHQ F1 Classic Racing - 1985 F1 Italian Grand Prix [Re: citizen guod]
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awesome watch me destroy the minardi :P
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First Ever Win: STCC, Donnington Park, Race 2, 19th March 2012
First Ever Podium: 2nd, Silverstone SCES 2011
First Ever Pole: Race 1, Thruxton, SSTCC, 8th April 2012
First Ever Fastest Lap: Le Mans, SCES, 3:59.028, 3rd June 2012
Wins: 3 (3 SSTCC)
Podiums: 10 (3 SCES, 7 SSTCC)
Pole Positions: 3 (1 SCES, 2 SSTCC)
Fastest Laps: 1 (1 SCES)

3rd Overall SSTCC Great Britain Series, 2012.

Team: Ozjet Racing
Number(s): 26 (SCES) 27 (STCC)

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#3512318 - 02/05/12 10:29 PM Re: SimHQ F1 Classic Racing - 1985 F1 Italian Grand Prix [Re: citizen guod]
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I would like to race this. I would like to race Ferrari #27 - Michele Alboretto.

I have no clue if this is a good choice, but I don't think it matters smile If you get a full race of people and need me to drop, I can do that, too.

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#3512337 - 02/05/12 10:57 PM Re: SimHQ F1 Classic Racing - 1985 F1 Italian Grand Prix [Re: K_Cybulski]
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Originally Posted By: K_Cybulski
I have no clue if this is a good choice, but I don't think it matters smile If you get a full race of people and need me to drop, I can do that, too.


All the car's preformance is equal, so there's no good or bad choices in that regards.
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#3512359 - 02/05/12 11:31 PM Re: SimHQ F1 Classic Racing - 1985 F1 Italian Grand Prix [Re: citizen guod]
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#3512364 - 02/05/12 11:50 PM Re: SimHQ F1 Classic Racing - 1985 F1 Italian Grand Prix [Re: citizen guod]
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Will be good to have you out there Kurt biggrin these things are beasts, i will be spending an awful lot of time in server for this so just drop in on TS and stuff and you will no doubt catch me hounding my minardi around the track for all its worth.... which isn't alot but still LOL
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First Ever Win: STCC, Donnington Park, Race 2, 19th March 2012
First Ever Podium: 2nd, Silverstone SCES 2011
First Ever Pole: Race 1, Thruxton, SSTCC, 8th April 2012
First Ever Fastest Lap: Le Mans, SCES, 3:59.028, 3rd June 2012
Wins: 3 (3 SSTCC)
Podiums: 10 (3 SCES, 7 SSTCC)
Pole Positions: 3 (1 SCES, 2 SSTCC)
Fastest Laps: 1 (1 SCES)

3rd Overall SSTCC Great Britain Series, 2012.

Team: Ozjet Racing
Number(s): 26 (SCES) 27 (STCC)

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#3512398 - 02/06/12 01:12 AM Re: SimHQ F1 Classic Racing - 1985 F1 Italian Grand Prix [Re: SteveGee]
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Originally Posted By: SteveGee
Originally Posted By: Pumbaa666
Sweet I shall let those in question know, and do let a few other people know...


Tell them to get some good shots of you and I hitting each other..we always seem to at these events. biggrin


LMAO!... I'll have to pick a corner again won't I? :p lol
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#3512426 - 02/06/12 02:53 AM Re: SimHQ F1 Classic Racing - 1985 F1 Italian Grand Prix [Re: citizen guod]
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Is the setup already loaded on the server? When I checked last night it was still the default setup and with the default values I have doubts about the engine lifetime being insufficient for 51 laps.

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#3512495 - 02/06/12 07:58 AM Re: SimHQ F1 Classic Racing - 1985 F1 Italian Grand Prix [Re: mr_hill]
K_Cybulski Offline
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Registered: 01/30/12
Posts: 146
Originally Posted By: mr_hill
Will be good to have you out there Kurt biggrin these things are beasts, i will be spending an awful lot of time in server for this so just drop in on TS and stuff and you will no doubt catch me hounding my minardi around the track for all its worth.... which isn't alot but still LOL

You will definitely be seeing me practicing, then.

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#3512640 - 02/06/12 10:46 AM Re: SimHQ F1 Classic Racing - 1985 F1 Italian Grand Prix [Re: purolator]
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Originally Posted By: purolator
Is the setup already loaded on the server? When I checked last night it was still the default setup and with the default values I have doubts about the engine lifetime being insufficient for 51 laps.


It's still the default, or was last night. I mentioned to Doug that since this was a fun event, it might be worth considering that the default setup is easier to drive than the one I came up with. Mine was made with the idea we were running open setups...I like a loose car and with the 85's already being an oversteer spin waiting to happen especially under power, it might not be the easiest thing for some people to control.

The default one should last 51 laps...it's only running a boost of 1, so engine temperature's not a concern. The only time I've gotten worried about it is if I'm drafting another car and it redlines with the increase in speed. If it's wanted, or if everyone thinks it's necessary, I can tweak the default one a bit to minimize any reliability concerns and retain the stability it's got...already started to for just those instances.

Sure, it might not be super fast but it's easy to control and with this being a "fun" race, control for everyone's probably the best idea.
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