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Post 02 May 2020, 9:07 am

T37 through T39

Jim joins the busted brakes support group.
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Post 02 May 2020, 9:09 am

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Post 02 May 2020, 9:11 am

T43 through T45

Because broken brakes aren't enough for Paul, he mangles his gas pedal.

Rando tosses his big chip onto the chance table with nothing to lose. A spin ensues but has no effect on the outcome.
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Post 02 May 2020, 9:14 am

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Rando brings home the trophy in a masterful, race from behind effort.
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Post 02 May 2020, 9:17 am

T49 is missing: Brent crosses for a fine 2nd place finish.

T50 through T51

Don's double dice roll for 3rd place comes to naught but worth a try.
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Post 02 May 2020, 9:19 am

The final order:
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Post 02 May 2020, 11:32 am

SLOTerp wrote:The final order:

That was fun! Thanks, Mike.
Nice fast race, only 3 hours to complete.
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Post 04 May 2020, 11:43 am

You ran a great race, Rando.

I erred on rolling the dice early in the race. I was waffling between 60/80 and stupidly went 60 trying to save wear. Bad dice cause more dice to be rolled. I ended up passing four more brake tests, one ACC test, and even one naked chance roll. None of that would have been needed if I hadn't of attempted that first roll.

I could've been a contender!

Interestingly, Coyle came out of nowhere in the Schumacher race to take 2nd. He started in 7th and was still in 7th (one car was out, so last) when the leader was in the Sling on the final lap. How on earth did he pass all those cars in half a lap?!

Marina Bay has a reputation of being from-the-front track but now two consecutive races have demolished that bias. I'll be watching Black Label Saturday with interest.
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Post 04 May 2020, 11:51 am

SLOTerp wrote:You ran a great race, Rando.

I erred on rolling the dice early in the race. I was waffling between 60/80 and stupidly went 60 trying to save wear. Bad dice cause more dice to be rolled. I ended up passing four more brake tests, one ACC test, and even one naked chance roll. None of that would have been needed if I hadn't of attempted that first roll.

I could've been a contender!

Interestingly, Coyle came out of nowhere in the Schumacher race to take 2nd. He started in 7th and was still in 7th (one car was out, so last) when the leader was in the Sling on the final lap. How on earth did he pass all those cars in half a lap?!

Marina Bay has a reputation of being from-the-front track but now two consecutive races have demolished that bias. I'll be watching Black Label Saturday with interest.



I was astonished at how tight that pack was 2/3 or 3/4 through the race. 5 or 6 spaces front to back? I think we were 25 spaces of stretch from front to back.