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Post 25 Jun 2019, 6:17 am

The top three covered the field by quite a margin in sector 2
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Post 26 Jun 2019, 7:05 pm

Turn 27 is due Friday at 9pm Eastern

RM Note: As we now have reached the final lap, I will have a infomail for our next Race coming soon.

Also, I had a minor issue with my files, so it would be a good idea for drivers to check wear. I believe it is correct though.

Kal boosts it to 140 and rolls down the straight, beginning the third and final lap.

Stephen also blasts to 140 and crossing the line to start his final lap as well.

Brad and Marshall roll through turn 9 at 100 on the line, with Brad pulling to Marshall's rear.

Jack rolls through turn 9 at 120 for 1 wear, using the line as he reaches the corner's exit.

Tony roll into Turn 8 at 100 around the outside, ending on the line for turn 9.

David follows Tony through using the line at 100, and pulls past, diving inside with the line blocked.

Guiseppe rolls through the line for Turn 8 at 100 and pulls inside.

Tim roars into the corner at 140 for 2 wear, rolling through the line as he passes Guiseppe around the outside, and tucking inside of Tony. (Can't reach the far inside because you had to come around Guiseppe, and it just didn't seem like a reasonable force passing risk)

Brad follows Tim through at 120, using the line for 1 Wear as he pulls outside of Guiseppe

Chris rolls through the Turn 7 Bend at 120 and pulls up to the line for Turn 8.
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Post 28 Jun 2019, 7:28 pm

Turn 28 is due Monday at 9pm Eastern

Kal eases it into Turn 1 at 80 running the line before picking up the line for turn 2.

Stephen dashes into the line for Turn 1 at 100 for 1 wear, sitting in the bend.

Marshall kicks it to his max at 160 and blasts down the main straight to start Lap 3.

Bruce Shadows Marshall as he also kicks it to high gear at 160, pulling beside with a slipstream slingshot.

Jack powers down the straightaway at 140.

David maintains 100 and runs the middle through Turn 9 for 1 wear, before tucking inside.

Tim slows to 100 and also runs the middle through 9 for 1 wear, tucking in behind David.

Tony takes the safe approach as he runs the line through Turn 9, sitting at it's end.

Bruce had hoped to power his way trhough Turn 9 at 140, but with the line blocked, his smokes his tires for a wear to slow to 120 before spending 2 wear as he runs through the middle lane, and snakes in between Tim and Tony.

Guiseppe watches Bruce go, and smartly takes it easy at 100, running the line and pulling up behind Tony.

Chris rolls through the Turn 8 line at 100 and sets up for the turn 9 line.
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Post 01 Jul 2019, 6:49 pm

Turn 29 is due Wendesday at 9pm Eastern

Kal rolls through Turn 2 on the line for 2 wear at 100.

Stepehn follows Kal through on the line at 100 for 2 wear, ending at the corner exit.

Marshal and Bruce each go 100, burning a wear on the line of turn 1. Approaching the line for Turn 2, Marshall hugs the outside and shuts the door, pushing Bruce to the inside, who starts to pull ahead in the tight corner. (Note the inside lane is not perpendicular to the other 2 lanes and starts further ahead, so Bruce will no matter what go before Marshall next turn.)

Jack burns 1 wear as he runs 100 into the line for Turn 1 sitting at corner exit.

David burns down the track at 140 and sits inside.

Bruce accelerates to 160, blasting past the two beside him as he pulls to David's outside.

TIm accelerates to 140, and using the line from David, pulls outside of Bruce.

Tony simply accelerates to 140 and pulls inside, behind David.

Guiseppe uses the slip off Tony at 140 to pull to his outside.

Chris rolls through the line of Turn 9 at 100
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Post 01 Jul 2019, 7:09 pm

Side note: The first "Bruce" is actually Brad.
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Post 03 Jul 2019, 10:58 pm

Kal extends his lead to 3 car lengths and he gets that extra ounce out of his engine at 160 (10-1=9, Success!)

Stephen does his best to keep up with Kal at 140 rolling inside.

Brad slows to 60, and runs the inside lane for 1 wear, before staying to the inside on the straightaway.

Marshall run the line through turn 2 at 100 at the cost of 2 wear, fading to the middle as he clear the line, pulling ahead of Brad in the process.

Jack rolls into Turn 2 at 100, burning 2 wear as he rolls through the line.

David, Bruce, Tim, Tony and Guiseppe all run Turn 1 at 100 for 1 wear, before lining back up in the 3-2 grouping, with Bruce deep inside, Tony and David on the line, and Bruce Tim and Guiseppe set middle, with Bruce having to get some extra out of his breaks to get down to speed.(6-1=5 Success)

Chris pushes his engine to 160 as he blazes towards the line for Turn 1. (3, Success. Naked roll due to being a expected dice roll and no skill requested).
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Post 05 Jul 2019, 9:37 pm

Stephen also goes 140 and rolls down the straight in chase of Kal.

Marshall accelerates to 160, and rolls down the straight.

Brad pushes his engine to 140 (8, success), and gets to there powering down the straight.

Jack pushes his top to 160 (3-2=1, Success) and pulls up to Brad's rear wing.

David rolls through the line of turn 2, burning 2 wear at 100 before ducking middle.

Bruce squeezes his way inside at 80, burning 2 wear as he sticks it inside of David.

Tim conserves tires as he rolls outside at 60. (There was no wear request in that post and being that the inside was not available, you options were mid for 1 or outside so ran outside)

Tony burns 2 wear as he runs the line through Turn 3.

Guiseppe rolls up to the corner at 80, and had hoped to save a little wear. Unfortunently he finds the outside line blocked, and is forced to bleed his tires dry as he runs inside for two wear, and pulls inside of Tony (With the lane blocked, your options was inside 40 for 2, or Late Break for 1 and outside for 1. Preference in defaults is cornering so Former was chosen move)

Chris wheels it through the lines of Turn 1 and 2 at 100, burning 3 wear.
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Post 06 Jul 2019, 3:41 am

Kal with two steady laps (only 0.060 mph difference) increased his lead on lap 2.
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Post 08 Jul 2019, 7:50 pm

Turn 32 due Wendesday at 9pm Eastern.

RM Note: Minor notice, while I don't think it will matter much, there is a possibility that my in time for work will move up half an hour, due to this I may move the turn deadline up to 8pm.

Kal Rolls into turn 3 at 100 for 2 Wear.

Stephen, Marshall, Brad, and Jack go 100, 140, 160 and 140 with a slip respectively and line up in a line setting for the line for Turn 3.

David out muscles Bruce down the straight as he pushes at 160(5-1=4, Success), pulling to the inside.

Bruce does his best to keep up as he pushes to 140 (3s Chip Acc Auto Succeed) and pulls in behind David.

Tony and Guiseppe(9, Success) both go 160 and pull outside of Bruce.

Tim and Chris clear turn 2 at 120 and 100 respectively
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Post 10 Jul 2019, 9:39 pm

Turn 33 due Friday at 9pm Eastern

RM Note: Apologies for lateness, no text for this run, info on graphic though contact me if anything is needed.
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Post 12 Jul 2019, 9:15 pm

Turn 34 is due Monday at 9pm Eastern

RM: For those in the back, there is a possibility of a correction coming tomorrow due to needing to check on defaults. Will let you know if so.

Kal slows to 120, before cutting inside at Turn 4 and runs the line through Turn 5

Stephen does his best to follow, running the line through Turn 4.

Marshall rolls down the straight at 140 and rolls up towards Turn 4.

Brad blasts out of the corner at 160 and pulls beside Marshall.

Jack clears out of Turn 3 at 140 and pulls in behind Marshall

David rolls through the line through Turn 3 at 100 for 2 Wear.

Tony blasts out from the other two and follows David through the line at 100 for 2 Wear.

Bruce elects to run inside at 80 at the cost of 2 Wear, pulling inside of Tony

Guiseppe slams his beleaguered breaks as he makes the corner slowing to 80(8, Success). Unfortunately that's still not enough on his thin tires, so he tries to slow agian. At this point though, his tires are done as hitting a flat spot causes the car to be unbalanced and spins out in front of Turn 3. (Roll was for hard break due to reduced Dec from the damage, not late break as listed, my bad. Since you had to roll as a hard break, and you did not request a chance roll, default is late break to corner speed which you must spend wear. No wear on a late break roll is an auto spin)

Tim had hoped to use the line as he rolled up at 120 but with Guiseppe spun out, he elects to dive hard inside. (Inside default as you didn't give me options.)

Chris picks up the line at 120 as he rumbles towards Turn 3.
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Post 13 Jul 2019, 4:20 pm

As noted through the emails, in discussing stuff with the GMs, Guiseppe was supposed to take a chance roll, as the roll was available to him, where a autospinning is only if no other options are available. Due to this, a chance was rolled, and Guiseppe spun in the first Corner space with a roll of 7. Due to this, he can exit the corner at 40 next turn, and Tim has the line. No other drivers are affected by this correction.

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Post 15 Jul 2019, 9:50 pm

Turn 35 is due Wendesday at 9pm Eastern

Apologies for lateness. Needed clarification with GMs on a situation. No text summary agian due to that. Also, going to make Wendesday's deadline soft, though I expect it probably won't matter.

Also, due to upcoming work changes and to make it easier to communicate with other RMs, I am moving my turn deadline up to 8pm starting Friday.

A couple RM notes for the turn.

Guiseppe: As noted, your start speed was limited by corner speed, as you lost the line when you spun.

Tim: As per rules, you cannot used a line while completing a force pass attempt. As you did not give an alternative route through the corner, outside was taken to keep same wear.
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Post 18 Jul 2019, 8:55 pm

Turn 36 is due Saturday at 8pm Eastern. Deadline is changing as noted in earlier males.

Kal finishes the hairpin at 120, running outside to inside.

Stephen blasts through the inside and then outside of the hairpin, before tucking inside as he spends 2 wear running 140 and tries to keep up with Kal.

Marshall enters the hairpin about the inside at 80, pulling into the middle sector of it thanks to a slip off Stephen.

Brad rolls twoards the corner at 120 and outbreaks Jack(7, Success) to slow to 100 and take the inside lane.

Jack cededs the position of Brad as he runs into the Hairpin at 100, and runs outside.

David goes 120, and runs the line through turn 5.

Tony follows after him at 120, as he snakes through the line and inside, shadowing David as they run twoards the hairpin.

Brad also goes 120 and does his best to stay inside, running inside and line.

Tim cranks his engine to 140 safely and barrels his way down the straight.

Guiseppe pushes his accelerator to 120(6, Success) and follows Tim down, pulling behind.

Chris attempts to make a manuver by pushing to 160, but with a crunch and a bit of smoke his car breaks, only able to reach 140 as his accelerator whines (10, Fail -20 Acc)
(80->160 is an expected roll. Skill must be requested to be used, unless otherwise stated in defaults)
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Post 19 Jul 2019, 3:46 am

The middle of the pack dominates the speeds in sector 1
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