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Post 19 Sep 2018, 8:42 pm

A lively qualifying session occured as drivers and teams applied different strategies and runs. In the end, the Pole would go to Robert Rund with a Qualifying time of 1:12.350, dusting his closist competitor Grant Linneburg by .75 Seconds!

Qualifying Results are below, as is Turn 0.

Turn 1 is due Friday at 9PM Eastern. As usual, there will be no Driver Standing reporting until Turn 3.
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Post 23 Sep 2018, 8:59 pm

And the lights are down and they are Off. The Crowd cheers as to the back the field goes 4 WIDE!

Turn 2 is due Tuesday at 9pm Eastern

Rob hits his clutch with excellent timing, and blasts down the main straghtaway at 120, pulling up the the tighter line for Corner 1.

Grant times it as well and runs up to the corner at 80. pulling towards the inside middle of the straight.

Pepe unfortunently isn't able to time it as well, and he spins his tires on the line, only able to get his car up to 40 as he runs inside.

Tony makes a well timed start at 80, and runs down the inside.

Joshua is able to pull off a excellently timed start as well as he uses the power of his cars launch race his way up to the others at 120, and slots himself in front of Tony, and inside Grant.

Jack decides to take it easy, and simply goes 60, pulling to Pepe's outside.

Bruce Munies however pushes it and succeed, going 80, and pulling to Jack's outside.

Chris decides to take it easier, and launches at an easy 60, pulling in behind Pepe on the inside.

Sean feels his car is fast enough and launches off the line at 100, pulling to the outside of Bruce Munies at 100, setting the field 4 wide!

Not wanting to be left behind, Justin pushes his car to 80, and decides to pull behind the fast launching Sean on the outside.

Franklin pushing his slow starting engine to 40, pulling ahead of Bruce on the back row and twoards the inside.

Bruce, decides to simply go 20, and pulls up to Franklin's bumper.
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Post 25 Sep 2018, 9:03 pm

The field bunches as they dash into Corner 1.

Turn 3 is Due Thursday at 9pm Eastern

RM Note: Driver Standings reporting will begin agian as usual next turn.

Rob eases it to 100 as he uses the fast line through Corner 1 at 100, pulling up to the lip.

Joshua follows Rob through along the line at 120, pulling in behind him in the corner.

Making a guess that the line will be closed, Grant elects to go 100 and picks up the fast line for the corner at it's edge.

Tony follows the others to the corner at 120 and with Grant holding the line, elects to take the tighter line for the corner.

In a blaze of speed, Sean stomps on the gas at 160 and races inside of Grant and Tony, setting himself tight inside as the corner approaches!

Bruce Munies pushes as well to his engine best 140, and pulls up to the fast line for the corner.

Jack follows suit pushing 120 and pulls in behind Bruce on the fast line.

Pepe seems to not have everything under control after the bad start and is able to only go 60(NPR).

Justin piggy backs off Sean at 140 with his slipstream and pulls in behind Grant on the tight line.

Chris goes 140 and pulls in behind Justin on the line.

Franklin and Bruce Rae get their engines up to speed at 100 and 80 respectivley.
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Post 27 Sep 2018, 9:10 pm

The field clears the Corner complex surpisingly Chaos Free, outside of some minor tire smoke.

RM Note: Driver Standings now included. Josh current leads with 33 Pts.

Rob pushes to 120 as he wheels his way through Corner 3, burning tires.

Joshua follows Rob up to the corner at 120, pulling to it's edge.

Sean decides to go for broke and he pushes through the inside of Corner 1 at 100. He is able to expertly wheel it through the corner and rolls out of Corner 2 on the inside.

Tony follows Sean through on the line at 100 and pulls to his outside.

Grant attempts to follow them through on the fast line at 100, but finds the route blocked by both and has to slam on the breaks to slow to 80 smoking his tires.(Line commits you to the shorter path, and I didn't see any way to spend less wear in LB or Corner)

Justin runs the slow line through the inside at 80, pulling outside through Corner 2.

Bruce Munies runs the fast line through Corner 1 at 80, and pulls alongside Justin in Corner 2.(Note the wider turn is still the inside in this situation.)

Chris runs twoards the corner at 100, but finding his way blocked by Justin, is forced to run the corner wide.

Jack seemingly having anticipated this, runs the fast line at 80, and pulls inside of Chris.

Pepe regathers himself and pulls up to the corner at the fast line angle at 100.

Franklin runs 140 and tucks into the slower line inside of Pepe.

Bruce Rae pulls up to the fast line at 140.
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Post 29 Sep 2018, 10:26 pm

Sorry all for the lateness on this. Will keep it simplified as I have to hit the bed.

Also make sure you get your turns in! NPRs suck! Also remeber I always try to give a day and a half to two day gap. So if stuff is pushed to Tuesday/Thursday, that means there will be a Saturday Turn.

Turn 5 is due Monday at 9PM EDT

Rob runs Corner 4 along the red line 60 for 1 Wear
Joshua NPRs and runs Corner 3 around the outside at 80 for Nil
Sean runs the inside of Corner 3 at 100 for 1 Wear, pulling inside of Joshua.
Tony runs the inside of Corner 3 at 80 for Nil
Grant runs the inside of Corner 3 at 100 for 1 Wear(The Corner is 80-80)
Justin starts at 120, rolls for a late break in the space before Corner 3, and succeeds(R 4), before entering the corner at 100 for 1 Wear
Bruce Munies runs the outside of Corner 3 at 100 for 1 Wear
Chris NPRs
Franklin runs the Red Line 40 through corner 1 at 100 for 2 Wear
Pepe runs the Green Line 40 through corner 1 at 100 for 1 Wear
Bruce Rae runs the Green Line 40 through Corner 1 at 80 for Nil
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Post 01 Oct 2018, 9:14 pm

The Leader rolls twoards the back stretch as the field bunches its way up to Corner 6.

RM Notes:

1. So I took some time to fix all the sizing issues. All cars on the track are the same size as are all the cars in the chart.
2. I just realized I commented the wrong nomenclature the last turn. Any note fo Corner 3 was corner 4 and Rob running Corner 4 was Corner 6. Sorry! Will do better to keep up with labels!
3. As we had a second case of it this race, I will try to clarify so people know. Corner 4 is a same speed corner. Both the inside and outside speed limits are 80, so it won't cost you an extra wear to go inside.

Turn 6 is due Wendesday at 9PM EDT

Rob rolls out of Corner 6 and slings it wide though 7 at 100, pulling twoards the middle as he approaches the short back straight.

Joshua recovers from his bobble and blasts into Corner 6 at 100, pulling ahead of Sean and racing through the corners Apex.

Sean takes it easier at 80, following Joshua though the Apex.

Tony out races Grant into the corner at 80, taking running the Apex inside.

Grant tries to follow up at 80, but with the inside blocked, he is forced to run outside.

Justin rolls out of Corner 4 at 80, and pulls up to Corner 6 running the Apex.

Bruce Munies follows Justin out of the corner at 100 and tucks in inside of him in the setup for 6.

Jack runs the inside of corner 4 at 80, and stays inside of Corner 6, forgoing the line.

Chris follows Jack through at 80, and slots himself outside on the line for Corner 6.

Pepe out races Franklin into Corner 4, burning rubber at 100 though the inside.

Franklin instead takes its easy and runs the inside of corner 4 at 80, tucking in behind Pepe.

Bruce Rae blasts out of the 1-2-3 complex at 100 and pulls up to 4.
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Post 03 Oct 2018, 6:44 pm

The Pileup continues as the field deals with the wide and sweeping Corner 6.

Turn 7 is due Friday at 9PM EDT

Rob powers down the back straight at 140, setting up for the Apex of Corner 8.

Joshua does his best to follow after, pulling through the wider turn of Corner 7 at 80 and sliding himself to the inside on the straight.

Sean follows Joshua through at 80 sliding to the middle lane in the corner.

Tony exits Corner 6 at 60 and plants himself on the iinside of Corner 7.

Grant pulls to his outside at 80 with the space blocked.

With Tony and Grant in the way, the field behind bunches up behind them. Bruce Munies, Justin, Jack, Chris and Pepe are all forced to forgo the line for Corner 6 and run outside as they pull up two by two at 80, with Pepe in the corner.

Franklin takes this oppertunity to run the line into Corner 6 at 80, and tucks inside of Pepe.

Bruce Rae works his way through Corner 4 at 100 and picks up the line for 6.
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Post 06 Oct 2018, 12:07 pm

The Field begins to stretch out as the Leader navigates the backfield complex.

RM Note: Apologies for the delayed turn. I got a bit scatterbrained last night. Deadline however will not move.

Turn 8 is due Monday at 9PM EDT

Rob doesn't let up much as he pulls into Corner 8 at 100, taking the line before navigating the 9-10 complex along the inside curbs edge and reaching the end of it.

Joshua rolls down the backstretch at 120 and pulls up to the line for Corner 8.

Sean follows Joshua up and shadows him onto the line behind at 120.

Tony accelerates out of Corner 7 and works his way down the straight at 100.

Grant takes the softer approach and runs Corner 7 wide at 80.

Bruce Munies puts caution to the wind and pounds his way inside of Corner 7 at 100. He is able to wrench the car through the corner at high speed, and works his way up to slow himself between Grant and Tony on the straight.

Justin on the other hand decides to take it easy and runs the middle of 7 at 60.

Jack pushes 80 and carves his way through the inside of corner 7, passing Justin

Chris follows Jack through the inside of the corner at 60, pulling in behind and inside of Justin.

Franklin rolls out of 6 at 80 in hopes of cutting inside, unforturnently, Chris hasn't given him enough room, and he is forced to run outside in Corner 7.

Pepe seems to have another bobble and simply runs outside on the run up to Corner 7 at 60.(NPR)

Bruce Rae rolls through Corner 6 on the line at 80, before tucking in tight at Corner 7, behind Chris and inside of Pepe.
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Post 08 Oct 2018, 7:33 pm

As the Leaders begun to roll onto the Oval Segment, the Rear Pack stacks up at the entrace to Corner 8!

Turn 9 is due Wendesday at 9PM EDT

Rob clears the 9-10 complex and runs the apex through 11 at 120 as he rolls onto the banking.

Joshua slows to 80 and slides through the Apex of Corner 8 before hugging the inside curb into 9.

Sean follows Joshua along the same path at 80 and continues on his tail.

Tony slowly to 80 and tucks in along the apex inside of 8.

Bruce Munies moves 80 and pulls up to the corners edge along the line.

Grant powers to 100 and dives inside of Bruce.

Jack pushes to 120 and tucks himself the only place he can, squeezing inbetween Grant and Bruce, as they charge 3 wide twoards the corner.

Chris pulls out of 7 at 120 and pulls up to the Apex behind Bruce.

Justin pushes his engine and stays side by side with Chris at 120 as he fades to the inside with Chris hogging the line.

Franklin clears the corner at 80 and slides inside.

Bruce Rae clears the inside corner at 120 and pulls past Franklin before setting himself up for the line for 8.

Pepe regathers himself before running the outside of Corner 7 at 60.
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Post 11 Oct 2018, 10:27 am

The crowed screams as cars pirouette in the corner and cause tires to smoke!.

Turn 10 is due Saturday at 9pm Eastern

RM Note: Due to mutiple DSQs, Pepe has been removed from the circuit.

Rob races down the straight at 120, diving inside through Corner 12 before setting up for the softer apex for Corner 13.

Joshua runs through Corner 10 at 80 before he tucks inside at 11 to set up to accelerate next turn.

Sean clears the 9-10 complex at 80, and picks up the line for Corner 11.

Grant decides to throw caution to the wind, and dives deep into Corner 8 at 80, trying to wrestle it through with a bit of a slide. Unfortunently he takes it too tight, and bounces off the inner cub before his car fishtails on the inside!

Bruce Munies and Jack dive outside at 80 to avoid Grant, and pull up to the 9-10 complex side by side, with Jack having a slight edge.

Justin also decides to throw caution to the wind as he races up to the inside of the corner at 100. He tries to dive under Grant but he two hits the curbing and ends up spinning the car onto the outside lane!

With the track blocked, Chris is forced to late break from an already tire smoking 60 to 40 as he pulls up outside. (You are allowed to go 60 next turn)

Bruce Rae rolls up to the corner at 80 to find it blocked, and does some quick break work to slow to 60 as he sets up for the corner's apex.

Franklin who ran up to the corner at 100 must do the same, as he smokes his tires to slow to 80 and pulls inside of Bruce Rae.

Angry voices are heard from Pepe's radio as he pulls the car off, supposedly due to the driver somehow breaking the gearbox.(3rd NPR in 1 Lap, DSQ)
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Post 13 Oct 2018, 8:50 pm

Rob stretches his lead as the rear of the pack straightens themselves out.

RM Note: I am due to take an Overnight Job on Monday. Due to this, deadlines will be moving from 9PM to 8AM. Due to the short timing of this for this weekend, I will keep to a Tu/Th/Sa for at least this week, and then next week will return to M/W/F

Turn 11 is due Tuesday at 8AM Eastern.

Rob rolls through the tight line of Corner 13 at 120 as he prepares to begin his second lap.

Joshua rolls through the inside of Corner 12 at 120 and works his way onto the banking.

Sean runs the line through 11 before dipping in at 12 at 120.

Tony burns rubber tucking it inside through 11 before tucking into 12 and pulling in behind Sean.

Jack Blasts through the 9-10 corner complex at 100 before tucking inside at Corner 11.

Bruce Munies finishes 9 wide before going inside at 10 at 80.

Grant spins his car back the right direction and rolls into 9 at 60.

Justin follows suit and pulls in behind Grant at 40.

Chris clears Corner 8 at 60 and pulls outside of Justin.

Franklin decides it's time to be daring. Accelerating to 100, he runs the outside of Corner 8, before Knifing his way past Chris and pulling into the outside of Corner 9!

Bruce Rae was hoping to do the same thing at 80, but with Franklin haven't beaten him to it, he finds the track blocked 2 abreast, and has to slow to 60 as hes running the corner outside. (LB requires 1 space of movement before it can be applied so it still costs you a wear for entering the corner at 80)
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Post 16 Oct 2018, 11:55 am

Rob begins Lap two as the field works to run the oval.

RM Note: Well that didn't go to plan! So I will simply post an afternoon deadlline for Thursday and Saturday, and next week I will try for the morning again, just setting a little earlier so I don't conk out.

Turn 12 is due Thursday at 3PM Eastern

Rob runs right along at his cars top speed of 140, passing the line to start lap 2.

Joshua eases it down the inside of the Oval Turn/Corner 13 at 12, preparing to roll out and crank the RPMs.

Sean burns a little tire as he pulls though the second lane, pulling up to Joshua's side skirts.

Tony pulls out of Corner 12 at 160 and pulls up into the high line for the oval turn.

Jack burns a little tire as he cuts tight through Corner 12 at 140 and tucks inside on the short straight.

Bruce Munies runs the line through Corner 11 at 120 before tucking inside at 12.

Grant finishes the 9-10 complex at 80 and picks up the line for 12.

Franklin maintains his speed of 100 as he scrubs off rubber running the inside of Corner 10 before diving inside at Corner 11, passing Grant in the process.

Justin runs the 9-10 Complex at 60, and tucks in behind Grant on the run up to Corner 11.

Chris eases it through the 9-10 complex wide at 80.

Bruce Rae goes 60 through the tighter line and tucks inside of Chris.
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Post 18 Oct 2018, 1:57 pm

Turn 13 is due Saturday at 3PM Eastern

Sean NPRs and by rule decelerates to 140 to prepare for Corner 1, running outside
Tony runs the 140 Red Arrow of corner 13 at 160 for Nil
Jack runs the 100 Red Arrow of corner 13 at 140 for 1 Wear
Bruce Munies runs the 120 Red Arrow of Corner 13 at 160 for 1 Wear
Franklin runs the 140 spaces of Corner 12 at 140 for Nil
Grant runs the 100 Red Arrow for Corner 11 at 140 for 1 Wear
Grant runs the 120 space of Corner 12 at 140 for 1 Wear
Justin tests his accel going from 60 to 120 and succeeds with a roll of 6
Justin runs the 100 Red Arrow of Corner 11 at 120 for Nil
Justin runs the 120 space of Corner 12 at 120 for Nil
Justin gets a slip off Grant
Chris Hancock runs the 100 Red Arrow of Corner 11 at 140 for 1W
Chris Hancock enters Corner 12 at the 140 space at 140 for Nil
Bruce Rae runs the 100 Red Arrow of Corner 11 at 120 for Nil
Bruce Rae runs the 120 Space of Corner 12 at 120 for Nil
Bruce Rae gets a slip off Justin
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Post 20 Oct 2018, 7:51 am

Rund clearly the class of the field through sector 2
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Post 20 Oct 2018, 2:39 pm

Rob rolls through the 1-2-3 complex as he keeps his strong lead.

RM Note: Alright, so were going to try agian with the morning deadline. Sooner this time though, please keep in mind!

Turn 14 is due Tuesday at 6:30AM Eastern

Rob dives through the 1-2-3 complex at 100 following the fast line and rumbles down twoards Corner 4

Joshua powers down the straight at 160, and picks up the fast line for the complex.

Sean follows Joshua down the straight at 160 and also picks up the fast line.

Tony also runs the main straight at 160 and fads inside, starting on the slow line.

Jack races out of Corner 13 at 140 and faces inside down the straight.

Franklin cranks it to 180 and burns rubber as he runs the wide line through turn 13,

Grant maintains his speed at 140 and runs the middle line through 13.

Justin pushes it to 160 and dives tight, pulling down the inside line and passing Grant.

Bruce Rae carries speed off Justin at 160 with his slipstream before cutting wide and running the outside line, pulling to the side of Grant.

Chris rolls out of Corner 12 at 140 and sets for the middle line for Corner 13.
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