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Post 09 Jan 2019, 8:30 am

Turn 1 is due Friday at 8:00 PM Eastern

Qualifying on Saturday ends with a dominating performance by Jack Beckman with a qualifying time of 1:10.800, crushing all other drivers by .750 seconds. Robert Rund will be on his outside with a time of 1:11:550.

Further rows are as follows:
Row 2: Bruce Rae/Chris Hancock
Row 3: Justin Swaine/Tony LaMorte
Row 4: Bruce Munies/Sean Hudson
Row 5: Joshua Coyle
Row 6: Franklin Haskell

The drivers are to the line, the lights are on, and they are off and the cars are away!
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Post 12 Jan 2019, 6:20 pm

And off they go with several cars launching off the line, though it seems one didn't get to getting up and going!

RM Note: Apologies all for lateness, to cover that moves will be Tu/Th/Sat for the week

Turn 2 is Due Tuesday at 8AM Eastern

Jack fires off the line at his start speed of 100, running outside to inside at Virage Senna for free.

Rob does his best to follow with his low start engine at 40(8-2=6, Success) and pulls to the inside on the run up to Virage Senna,

Bruce Rae and Chris Push their engines to 80 respectively (8-3=5, Success, 9-3=6, Success), and each dive into Virage Senna side by side pulling inside, passing Rob.

Justin pushes his jump start for all it's got as he pushes 120 (3-2=1, Success) and blazes into Virage Senna, burning a wear as he passes 3 cars and ends up set middle.

Tony watches Justin go and does his best to push to 80 as well (9-2=7, Success), pulling to the ouside of Rob on the run up to Virage Senna.

Sean pushes to 80(9-2=7 Success), and out starts Bruce Munies pulling in behind Rob.

Bruce Munies casually starts at 60 and pulls in behind Sean.

Joshua continues to stretch the line as he also starts at 60 and pulls behind Bruce Munies.

Franklin attempts to get a little more out of his start engine, but he miss times a shift and spins his tires in place! (11-2=9, Fail, Mis-Shift -20 start, Plot 0. Can accelerate to 60 next turn as not a stall)
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Post 15 Jan 2019, 10:25 am

Clearing Virage Senna, the field stretches into a long chain.

A Couple RM Notes:

1. As much as I hate to do this agian, I am moving my adjuntication deadline agian. Adjuntications will now occur are noontime and thus the deadline is now set to 12PM. Apologies all, but my sleeping patterns have been rather variable right now.

2. In clarification of the NPR Positions with Virage Senna, NPR placement is listed as outside in last space. This placement is different because the "Inside" changes as the corner moves.

3. Standings will be posted next turn

Turn 3 is Due Thursday at Noontime Eastern

Jack maintains 100 and burns 2 wear as he finishes Virage Senna through the inside, before tucking into the inside of Corner 3.

Justin maintains his 120, burning 2 wear as he finises Virage Senna through the middle, ending inside just before Corner 3 on Jack's tail.

Bruce Rae outduels Chris for 3rd as he Accelerates to 100, running the inside lane of Virage Senna for 2 wear, before tucking in behind Justin.

Chris also accelerates to 100, but decides to be content to give up the position as he softly runs the corner through the middle for 1 wear, and tucks in behind Bruce.

Rob makes his engine roar as he accelerates to 120, running the middle of Virage Senna for 2 wear, and pulling to the outside of Chris.

Tony attempts to Accelerate to 100 to pull the same move, but with Rob blocking the way, he eases it up and runs the middle of Virage Senna for 1 wear.

Sean seems to have a minor bauble, as he accelerates the car to 80 and swings it outside at Virage Senna.(NPR)

Bruce Munies makes his engine roar as he accelerates to 120, running the outside line of Virage Senna for 1 Wear.

Joshua also has a bauble, only accelerating the car to 80 as starts outside of Virage Senna.(NPR)

Franklin scrambles to unstick his car as he shifts it properly to gear and accelerates to 60
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Post 16 Jan 2019, 4:13 am

Hey all,

So in running the turn, I somehow places Sean one too many. I have now corrected this on this graphic. What this means:
1. Sean is now 1 space further back.
2. With Sean now blocking the 100 lane, Bruce Munies spent an additional wear (Only 1 more due to the 120-100s and the variable corner count as the same corner) going 120 in the 80s, and passes Sean in the process

Sorry about that all. Soft Deadline is now Thursday, with a Hard Dead of Friday.