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Post 11 Sep 2019, 9:58 pm

Apologies again for delays. Due to it, I am making Friday a soft deadline, and will extend to Saturday should not all entries be in.

Qualifying for Sochi C3 was competitive as drivers one upped each other setting better times. In the end, Tim Burnett would beat Stephen Peeples by 2 tenths of a second and would take Pole for the race.

RM Note: Qualifying results are listed. Lemme know if I bungled something. Race map is also included.
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Post 13 Sep 2019, 6:47 pm

Turn 2 is due Monday at 8pm Eastern
RM Note: as usual, Standings will be added at turn 3.
With clean shifting off the line (5-3=2, Success), Tim pulls ahead of Stephen at 120 and hugs the inside lane.
Stephen on the other hand, takes it easy at 100 and simply slots in behind Tim
Guiseppe's start woes from Buddh return to haunt him agian, as a botched shift causes him to spin his tires(12-3=9, Fail, -20 Start) and he is only able to get to 40.
Tony having not taken the risk, rolls out at 60, and tucks in in front of Guiseppe.
Bruce Munies shifts deftly(11-3=8, Success), and blasts down into the bend at 80, pulling past Guiseppe and ducking outside of Tony.
Brad also takes the conservative approach and simply slots outside of Guiseppe in the bend at 60

David on the only hand works the gears and gets to 80(Success 3-2=1). He rolls into the bend and takes the only route he can, taking the long way around outside.
Chris eases his start up at 60, and pulls in behind Guiseppe at the edge of the bend.
Kal pushes to 40 with quick shifts (5-2=3, Success), and pulls away from Marshal as he stays inside.
Marshall on the other hand decides to go 20, and pulls middle.
Jack like Kal pushes to 40 (9-2=7, Success), and uses the extra momentum to sneak inside of Marshall, tucking in behind Kal.
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Post 16 Sep 2019, 7:56 pm

Turn 3 is due Wendesday at 8pm Eastern. Standings as they run will be posted with the turn.

Tim maintains 120 and blitzes into the line for Turn 2 at 120, burning 2 wear.

Stephen accelerates to 120 as well, and tucks in behind Tim on the run up to the line for the Turn.

Bruce accelerates to 140 and races up to the line for the Turn.

Tony builds up speed at 100 and runs inside.

Using the slip off Bruce, Brad vaults off at 120, pulling ahead of Guiseppe and passing Tony for Fourth and he slides inside.

Guiseppe recovered from his start and pulls down the inside at 100, pulling in behind Tony.

David completes Turn 1 on the outside at 140, Passing Guiseppe and pulling to Tony's outside.

Chris accelerates to 120 running the inside of Turn 1 before pulling in behind Guiseppe

Kal leads the rear group running down the inside at 100.

Marshall and Jack do the same, running in lock step down through the inside of turn 1 at 100.
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Post 18 Sep 2019, 8:09 pm

Turn 4 is Due Firday at 8pm Eastern
RM Notes: As noted, standings are now posted. For reference Tiebreakers are:

1. Best Result2.
Most Recent Result

Also, as a reminder, in changing speed corners,

1.drivers can accelerate up to a point of which a driver has spent wear for a corner if a corner increases speed in the first space a driver enters in a turn.

2.Drivers can maintain speed and pay additional wear or make a corner roll should he enter a space with lower speed. Standard movement rules apply of course, as does speed limit rules.

Tim clears turn 2 and rolls to the inside as he enters the hairpin at 120.
Stephen burns 2 wear on the line and shadows Tim into the inside lane of the hairpin at 120, attempting to pickup the draft before the corner's apex.
Not wanting to burn his tires yet, Bruce slams the breaks and slows to 80, taking the line through Turn 2, rolling to the corner's exit.
With Bruce slowing, Brad has to make evasive maneuvers at 100, pulling down the inside and pulling through Turn 2 at 2 wear.
Tony rolls into Turn 2 at 100 and tucks in behind Bruce at 1 Wear.
With the line denied, David takes the harder route through the corner round the inside at 100 for 2 wear, tucking inside of Bruce.
Guiseppe accelerates to 120 and runs outside of Turn 2 at 2 Wear.
Chris follows Guiseppe up to the corner at 100, before taking the line to setup for turn 2.
Kal blazes up to the corner at 160 and tucks inside.
Jack uses the slip off Kal at 160 to pull up beside Chris on the outside.
Marshall completes the pack as he rolls up to the line behind Kal at 160.
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Post 21 Sep 2019, 12:14 am

Turn 5 is Due Monday at 8pm Eastern
RM Notes: First an apology for the lateness of this. Was a bit scatter brained and dealing with shenanigans in another game I help run...and lost track of time. No change to deadline as usual as 2 days before Monday.
Second apologies for no reminder, but that doesn't change the situation. The deadline is the deadline, please remember to follow them.
Third, no text summary as it is way late...agian apologies for that...graphic below.
Fourth, since it will come up. Brad is ahead of Bruce due to the outside is a hair further along than the inside at that point.
With that, have a good weekend!
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Post 23 Sep 2019, 6:31 pm

Turn 6 is Due Wendesday at 8pm Eastern

Surprisingly, with all the manuvering in the complex, no change to position.

Tim rolls out of The 2 turn complex at 140, clipping the line for turn 5.

Stephen accelerates to 140 from the wide angle of the corner and keeps on Tim's tail, pulling to his rear wing.

David rolls out of the 3-4 complex slowing to 120, runnig the middle in turn 4 and tucks himself to the inside.

Bruce slows to 100 finishing the 140 lane in three before spending a wear as he carves his way inside for 4.

Brad maintains 100 and runs inside to middle, making it to Bruce's outside.

Tony had hoped to clear the complex completely, but with Brad sitting in the way, he is instead forced to his outside, spening a wear for the starting from the inside at 120. (As you spent a wear, you can accelerate to 140 next turn.)

Kal blasts ahead of Guiseppe at 140, rolling along the outside line

Guiseppe had hoped to carve his way inside, possibly with the slip, but with the road ahead blocked, he holds to the middle lane, using the slip to tuck in behind the hornets nest in front of him and paying 1 wear. (As you spend a wear, you can accelerate to 120 next turn.)

Jack spends 1 wear at 140 as he pulls down the middle lane of turn 3.

Chris and Marshall conga line their way behind Jack with slips at 120.
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Post 25 Sep 2019, 7:17 pm

Turn 7 is Due Friday at 8pm Eastern

Tim and Stephen roll through the line of Turn 5 nose to tail at 100.

David accelerates to 140 and picks up the line for Turn 5.

Bruce and Brad scream out of the Complex at 160, and tuck inside of David at the edge of Turn 5.

Tony accelerates to 140 and clears the complex, setting middle to prepare for the next turn.

Guiseppe rolls out of the Complex at 120 and sets to the inside.

Jack rolls ahead of Kal at 140, running outside for already payed wear before ending inside, behind Guiseppe.

Kal slows to 100 and rolls out of the complex through the middle before pulling in behind Jack.

Chris and Marshall ease there way though the complex at 120 and 100 respectively and extend the congo line dow the straight.
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Post 27 Sep 2019, 7:14 pm

Turn 8 is Due Monday at 8pm Eastern

RM: Just realized I didn't take into account lane position in order. So proper order from 3rd-5th is Bruce, Brad, David, as it was last turn.

Tim rolls through Turn 6 at 100, burning 1 wear.

With strong tires, Stephen sees an opportunity, keeping behind Tim at 100 as they approach the corner, Stephen dives for the deep inside, pulling inside of Tim and setting up an neck and neck charge out of the corner for the lead next turn!

David keeps ahead of Bruce and Brad by going 120, burning 1 Wear on the line and he picks up the line for turn 6,

Bruce and Brad do their best to keep up, going 100 and spending 1 wear, ended up in the same lock step position with David they were the turn before.

Tony elects to burn the tire and skip the line as he rolls through the inside of Turn 5 at 100 for 1 Wear.

Guiseppe slows to 100 and takes the line through Turn 5 for free.

Jack also sees an opportunity as he rolls up to the corner at 100 and dives to Guiseppe's inside at 100, burning 1 wear.

Kal accelerates to 120 and slots into the open space behind Guisppe on the line for 1 wear.

Chris goes 100 and thanks to Kal's slip, pulls up to the lip of the corner on the line.

Marshall pumps it to 140, pulling to Chris' inside at the corner lip.
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Post 30 Sep 2019, 6:52 pm

Turn 9 is due Wendesday at 8pm Eastern

Stephen cements his lead as he clears the corner at 140 and takes the line for the next.

Tim accelerates to 120 and tucks in behind him to setup for a slip next turn.

David wins the drag race into the corner as he rolls through the line at 100, costing him 1 wear, staying outside to complete it.

Brad follows David into the corner at 80, cutting the inside for 1 wear, pulling outside for the inside line for the next major corner.

Bruce lets the others go as he decides to conserve tires as he slows to 60 and runs the inside for free, tucking in behind Brad.

Tony Wheels it into Turn 6 at 100, burning 1 wear on the line rolling through.

Jack and Guiseppe roll intor Turn 6 at 120 for 2 Wear, Jack taking the like and Guiseppe running outside.

Kal Clears turn 5 at 120 and pulls up to the line for Turn 6.

Chris pushes 120, pulling back ahead of Marshall as he burns a wear on the line.

Marshall takes it easy through 5, running the inside at 80 and staying to the inside for 6.
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Post 02 Oct 2019, 7:55 am

The three fastest have the field covered by almost 4 mph.
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Post 02 Oct 2019, 8:49 pm

Turn 9 is due Wendesday at 8pm Eastern

Stephen cements his lead as he clears the corner at 140 and takes the line for the next.

Tim accelerates to 120 and tucks in behind him to setup for a slip next turn.

David wins the drag race into the corner as he rolls through the line at 100, costing him 1 wear, staying outside to complete it.

Brad follows David into the corner at 80, cutting the inside for 1 wear, pulling outside for the inside line for the next major corner.

Bruce lets the others go as he decides to conserve tires as he slows to 60 and runs the inside for free, tucking in behind Brad.

Tony Wheels it into Turn 6 at 100, burning 1 wear on the line rolling through.

Jack and Guiseppe roll intor Turn 6 at 120 for 2 Wear, Jack taking the like and Guiseppe running outside.

Kal Clears turn 5 at 120 and pulls up to the line for Turn 6.

Chris pushes 120, pulling back ahead of Marshall as he burns a wear on the line.

Marshall takes it easy through 5, running the inside at 80 and staying to the inside for 6.
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Post 04 Oct 2019, 11:16 pm

Apologies for lateness, no change to deadline though.

Tim pushes 160 (7-2=5, Success) and retakes the lead as he runs the wide side around the snaking straight.

Stephen follows Tim at 140 and pulls in behind him to set for a slip.

David wins the race into Turn 7, burning a wear as he cuts inside before settling in the middle lane in the straight.

Brad follows David though on the line at 100, and decides to cut inside on the snaking straight.

Bruce takes the inside line of the corner at 80, and pulls out sitting outside of Brad.

Tony takes the line through the corner at 100 and ends his turn tucked behind Bruce.

Jack charges into the corner at 100, sitting on the line at it's lip.

Guiseppe races into the corner at 120, burning 2 wear around the inside with the line blocked by Jack, before sitting intoside on the snaking straight.

Kal races up to the LIne for Turn 7 at 120.

Marshall out paces Chris up to Kal's inside at 140.

Chris at 120, decides to break slip and simply slots himself on the line behind Kal.
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Post 08 Oct 2019, 1:41 pm

***Posted for Will K***

Apologies to people for the non-recs. Will keep up with it more.

Turn 12 is due Wendesday at 8pm Eastern

Tim races up to the line for Turn 8 at 140

Stephen slows to 120, and uses the slip off of Tim to keep on his tail.

David accelerates to 140, weaving to the inside as the snaking straight changes direction at it's midpoint.

Brad accelerates to 160, using his inside line at the start of the straight and his higher speed to pull ahead of David.

Bruce accelerates to 160, running the middle lane through the first part of the straight before tucking inside as the straight changes over, pulling inside of David, though the Renault still leads by a nose.

Tony takes a slip at 140 off of Bruce, and tucking inside in the first part of the straight, vaults himself inbetween Bruce and David.

Guiseppe rolls down the outside of the straight at 160, Jack follows him out of the corner at 160 as well, keeping on his tail.

Kal rolling through Turn 7 at 100 on the line, fading to the middle on the first curve of the straight.

Marshall follows through at 80, running the inside lane of Turn 7, before carving inside on the straight, pulling ahead of Kal by a nose as he challenges for position.,

Chris decides to join the group as well as he powers through the line of Turn 7 at 120 for a wear, and pulls up to Kal's outside.
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Post 09 Oct 2019, 4:57 am

A rare tie for top speed through sector 2
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Post 10 Oct 2019, 9:12 pm

Sorry all for more delays! Just a derpy night.

Turn 13 is due Saturday at 8pm Eastern

Tim and Stephen navigate through the line of Turn 8, spending 2 Wear, Tim dives into the 9-10 Chicane spending an additional wear, as Stephen finishes the line on the outside.

Brad and David roll up to the corners edge at 120 on the inside and outside, with David lining up for the line for turn 8.

Bruce slows to 140 and slides his way in between Brad and David, setting a 3 wide setup again among the drivers.

Behind them, Tony and Guiseppe go 120 on the inside and 140 on the outside respectively adding to the pileup on the way to the corner.

Jack at 140 elects to not take the slip and simply shadows Guiseppe down towards the turn.

Marshall, Kal and Chris each roll down the straight at 160, with Marshall pulling ahead thanks to being in the tighter lane. Chris tries to run outside, but Kal beats him to the changeover, and he instead falls in behind Marshall.
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