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Really thanks to you Serra for this fun, yes i have burned my front left tyre flat spotted and consumed. These races are wonderful
Ok thanks for the info, its even more weird hahaha @Fabio CangioliNo luck for our #76 Witchwood car, Gabriele had a technical issue already in the first laps of the race, basically something with the screws and he was fighting with a really wobbly wheel, he served his 2 DT's and was able to continue because the issue was not worsening apparently, but soon he suffered a doubleshift in the first corner and the engine did not survived that.
@Olivier Fortin just for information, before your driverswap issue, Gabriele reported that your name appeared as passenger on our car.
I'm 99% sure that was when exiting the pits. Hopefully anyways. I tried not to in practice and almost completely cleaned up poor Nico since the pit line crosses quite far across the track. In previous races I believe it's been allowed, just not to cross when exiting.Sure was an action packed race. As for the briefing it was said you where not allowed to cross the pit exit line. I looked left right and center for an exception to that rule in the race thread but didn´t find any. We tried to adhere to it but it was just about impossible. And a ton of p2s seem to disregard that entirely so the intention wasit to be allowed to cross the pit exit line if on the track and it´s just for cars coming out of the pits? Otherwise it will be an average of over 15 dts per p2 for next race from what I saw and we will get a huge advantage with just some 7 or 8 or so
This race looked kinda promising in terms of repeating our top 5 from the very first round at Indianapolis. I was doing P6 before things went wrong on my fault.
@Shawn Jacobs and SpeedyMite i'm truly sorry for ruining your race. I saw you coming behind and somehow wanted to let you have as much space as possible on the outside. While doing this i went and point a car way to much on the kerb, which pushed and settled the car way wider on exit than usual. In process of fighting the unbalanced car i didn't really know your exact position and hoped u saw my mistake with kerb but unfortunetly you were already mostly by my side or at least very close to me.
@Nico Barclay i'm sorry i should let you and two other guys by a lot sooner. I was waaay too settled in thought "they should initiate a pass and i should release and let by then" I horribly failed at that. Hopefully no damage to you, that would affect your driving. I got my lesson here with some repairs needed.
I can definetly say that all that came from overconfidence since i mostly driven clean races in the past when it comes to possitions and letting others by.
I apologise again and since i'm not very biased to that kind of driving and did not do much harm to others in previus races, i'm taking a biiig lesson out of this race especially for knowing the guilt of ruining someones race.
Driving down the straight in the middle of the track with 2 faster cars approaching, and then moving slighty to the right when braking, while you brake well ahead of time into the corner it was to allow the passing driver to..well pass, but you should have been more clear on what you wanted to do. If you were on the far right of the circuit, the situation could have been very much different. Note you are not blamed for the contact, merely because we found you unpredictable.I'm not moaning about the warning at all, but I would like to seek clarification over what exactly was so unpredictable about my driving so I know for next time should a similar situation arise.
despite this, I think I should not have received such a harsh punishment.Driving down the straight in the middle of the track with 2 faster cars approaching, and then moving slighty to the right when braking, while you brake well ahead of time into the corner it was to allow the passing driver to..well pass, but you should have been more clear on what you wanted to do. If you were on the far right of the circuit, the situation could have been very much different. Note you are not blamed for the contact, merely because we found you unpredictable.