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Post 13 Oct 2017, 1:45 pm

The podium is set as two more cars cross the line. There are still GP points up for grab in the bottom half of the field.

Turn 46 Summary

Swaine drops the hammer at 180 to zip across the S/F line in 2nd. Scarpino REALLY drops the hammer at 200 (naked Acc & TS rolls of 7 & 6) to pull alonside the #25 and third place.

Munies and Burnett take turns through the Paradis 120's for free but the one space separation will decide this race within the race.

Hoyt, Harrington, & Snouffer also post 120's. The #14 is lined up in front of Paradis with the #6 on his wing. The #94 sits on the side panel of the Valvoline Ford.

Bauska runs down the straight at 180. Haskell tucks in behind the #28 at 160.

Turn 47 Deadline: Monday, October 16th @ 8 a.m. EDT (12 noon GMT)
I should be able to adjudicate early any time all the remaining plots are in.
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Post 16 Oct 2017, 5:17 am

Two more cars come home. I suspect there will be a few dice rolls in the remaining turns.

Turn 47 Summary

Munies and Burnett each max out their engines at 180 to cross the line in 2nd and 3rd place respectively.

Hoyt runs Paradis at 120 for free. Harrington stays on the tailpipe of the #14 (no slip requested), also at 120. Snouffer keeps the pace and remains on the numbers of the #6.

Bauska grabs the dice cup to brake down to 120 (naked 7) and takes La Scierie for free. Haskell moves alongside the #28 at 120 and the bonus.

Turn 48 Deadline: Wednesday, October 18th @ 8 a.m. EDT (12 noon GMT)
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Post 18 Oct 2017, 5:21 am

The dice gods were with the field today. Five rolls, all good.

Turn 48 Summary

Hoyt leaves some horses in the barn as he rolls across the finish line at 160 for 6th place. Harrington pushes his engine to 180 with his last skill chit (modified 3) to take 7th. Snouffer also pushes to 180 (naked 6), crossing the finish line in 8th.

Bauska retains initiative at 140 then brakes to 120 on the tables (naked 3). He takes no chances in Paradis, using the middle lane for free. Haskell also plots 140 before braking to 120 (naked 6). He, however, is willing to grab the dice cup one more time on the chance table (naked 5). He races onto the inner rail, is able to keep his car out of the kitty litter, and is poised for a sprint to the finish line.
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Post 18 Oct 2017, 5:28 am

Auto-piloting the cars to finish out the race...

Turn 49

Haskell drops the hammer to 180 for 9th place.

Bauska is limited by the corner to 120.

Turn 50

Bauska rounds out the field in 10th place, crossing the line at 180.
Gatlin - I can roll ACC for you to 200, if you like. No effect on the race but still...
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Post 18 Oct 2017, 4:03 pm

The final numbers
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Post 18 Oct 2017, 4:03 pm

The full 44 car field (edited)
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Post 18 Oct 2017, 5:24 pm

I think your spreadsheet did not insert C4 drivers correctly. You pegged me, though, pretty crappy race.