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Post 16 Aug 2022, 4:17 am

Turn 23 Summary

Schultz clears Druids at 80 for two wear. McConchie clips a tire at 80 on the Druids line. Harley tosses in two wear at 100 as he lines up behind the #77.

MacDonald gets the initiative at 120. He runs the Paddock line for a wear. Moratto burns a wear on the inner rail at 100.

Hoyt clears Paddock at 100 on the line and gets the bonus to keep pace. Bernhardt drops to 80 and is through the Bend on the inner rail.

Marshall clears Paddock on the line at 120 at a cost of one wear. Moore races down the Brabham Straight at 160.

Blanchett burns a wear at 120 in Clark. Schipper dives to the inside of Clark at 80.

Turn 24 Deadline: Thursday, August 18th @ 7 a.m. EST (11 a.m. UTC)
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Post 19 Aug 2022, 5:21 am

Turn 24 Summary

Schultz is through Graham Hill on the line at 80.

McConchie slows to 80 and sets up Graham Hill on the line. Harley continues at 100 and dives to the inside of the black machine.

MacDonald has the initiative at 80. He burns off a wear on the racing line. Moratto slows to 60 and clears Druids on the inner rail for a wear.

Hoyt runs in on the line at 80 behind the #18 at a cost of one wear.

Marshall rockets up the hill at 120 and careens around Druids with two wear and 3s on the chance roll (modified 2) via the outer rail. Bernhardt, at 100, clips two tires on the Druids line.

Moore is through Paddock at 120 on the line for a wear. Blanchett pushes the engine to 160 w/ 1s (modified 9), demonstrating an excellent use of skill. Schipper brings up the rear at 120.

Turn 25 Deadline: Monday, August 22nd @ 7 a.m. EST (11 a.m. UTC)
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Post 22 Aug 2022, 9:58 am

Turn 25 Summary

Schultz is clear of Surtees at 100 for a one wear expenditure.

McConchie writes off a wear at 100 on the Graham Hill Bend. Harley goes outer rail in the Bend at 80.

Moratto clears the Bend at 80 on the racing line for free. MacDonald is forced to the outside, also at 80.

Hoyt grabs the Graham Hill line at 80. Marshall slows to 100 and picks up the inside position.

Bernhardt is odd-man out at 100. He must late brake to 80 (natural 6) as he picks up the line.

Moore is through Druids on the line at 80, costing one wear. Blanchett burns a wear at 100 through Paddock Hill and sets up Druids on the line.

Schipper, with nothing to lose, hits the inside of Paddock at 120 for a wear and a successful chance roll (natural 5).

Turn 26 Deadline: Wednesday, August 24th @ 7 a.m. EST (11 a.m. UTC)
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Post 22 Aug 2022, 11:15 am

Moore turns in the fastest lap 2 but Schultz is second fastest for the second consecutive sector
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Post 24 Aug 2022, 4:54 am

Two spins and lots of movement in the standings!

Turn 26 Summary

Schultz shoots out to a lengthy lead at 140.

McConchie saves his last wear for later and rounds Surtees at 80. Harley also saves the last wear and is able to clear Surtees on the line at 80.

Moratto goes for broke by diving into the Surtees 60 at 100. He burns his last wear and tosses in the red chip on the chance (modified 9). He needed every bit of that skill to avoid the tire barrier but does spin out.

MacDonald is out of Graham Hill and onto the Surtees line at 80.

Hoyt has the initiative at 100. He clips a tire on the line and has the inside in front of Surtees. Marshall eases his way around Graham Hill at 60.

Bernhardt drops a wear on the line at 100 before finding a hole along the Cooper Straight, moving up two spots. Moore is through Graham Hill at 80 on the line.

Blanchett tops a wear at 80 on the Druids line. Schipper hits Druids at 100 for his last two wear but just can't find the right dice for the chance attempt (natural 9). Round and round he goes.

Turn 27 Deadline: Friday, August 26th @ 7 a.m. EST (11 a.m. UTC)
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Post 26 Aug 2022, 7:31 am

Turn 27 Summary

Schultz is around Hawthorns at 120 with only three more corners to victory. McConchie pulls up on the Hawthorns line at 120.

Harley, with initiative, gives his engine a nudge with 2s (modified 8) and hits 140. Moratto comes out of his spin at 60.

Hoyt is through Surtees at 60, squats on the line, and just happens to pick up a bumper.

Bernhardt sheds two wear on the inside rail at 100 to pull even with the #42. MacDonald finds his line blocked at 100 and runs outside with his big chip (modified 3).

Marshall saves his last wear for later and runs the Surtees line at 80. Moore dives to the inside at 80 for a wear and position.

Blanchett is through the Hill Bend at 80 on the line. Schipper gets distracted for his 3rd NPR. The RM plot is 40 but without the means to pay the 2w penalty, he both spins and takes brake damage. FYI - a 4th NPR (or 3rd within a single lap) results in a DQ.

Turn 28 Deadline: Monday, August 29th @ 7 a.m. EST (11 a.m. UTC)
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Post 29 Aug 2022, 4:55 am

They're stacked & packed at Hawthorns!

Turn 28 Summary

Schultz, at 140, has two corners left to the checkered flag.

McConchie runs the Hawthorns line at 120 for free. Harley pull alongside him at 120 and the bonus.

Moratto is into Hawthorns on the line at 120. Bernhardt goes outer rail, also at 120.

Hoyt grabs the racing line at 120. MacDonald takes inside position at 140.

Moore smashes the accelerator to 160 but then has to late brake w/ 2s (modified 6). He has the line. Marshall, at 140, slides to the inside lane.

Blanchett burns a wear at 80 in Surtees. Schipper recovers from his spin at 40.

Turn 29 Deadline: Wednesday, August 31st @ 7 a.m. EST (11 a.m. UTC)
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Post 31 Aug 2022, 5:00 am

The big pack of cars will have some breathing room next turn.

Turn 29 Summary

Schultz knocks down a wear at 100 through Stirlings.

McConchie and Harley trade paint through Westfield & Sheene's at 140 each.

Moratto pulls up to Westfield at 120. Bernhardt tucks in, also at 120.

Hoyt gets the initiative at 140. He drops a wear on the line and moves up several positions. MacDonald runs the outer rail in Hawthorns for free at 120.

Marshall grabs the dice cup at 120. He takes the chance w/ 2s (modified 6) and also earns the bonus. Moore is through Hawthorns on the line at 120.

Blanchett sets up Hawthornes on the line at 140. Schipper clears the Hill Bend at 80.

Turn 30 Deadline: Friday, September 2nd @ 7 a.m. EST (11 a.m. UTC)
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Post 06 Sep 2022, 4:33 pm

Turn 30 Summary

Schultz hits Clark at 120 up the middle for his last wear. The checkered flag beckons.

McConchie and Harley take turns through Stirlings at 100 apiece. Both are now on bald tires.

Moratto and Hoyt trade paint through several corners at 140 each.

Bernhardt, at 140 and the bonus, makes it a three-wide going into Stirlings. Marshall does not use the slip at 140, although he technically could have. However, he explicitly states not to use that ‘stupid 2 space lane’ :smile: .

MacDonald pulls in behind the black machine at 140 and the bonus. Moore, at 140, tucks in on the yellow car. David could have also been in that stupid 2 space lane but for explicitly asking to end in the middle.

Blanchett burns a wear at 140 on the Hawthorns line. Schipper tallies his 4th NPR of the race and is called in under a black flag His day is finished on the track but the race marshals may not be done with him :no: .
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Post 06 Sep 2022, 4:34 pm

Turn 31 Summary

Schultz pushes his engine using his last skill (modified 5) to 160 and with the nose across the line, takes the checkered flag!

Harley gets the initiative at 120 and grabs the dice cup. He hits the final corner up the middle using his big chip (modified 2) and clears. McConchie takes the 80 spot in Clark for free.

Hoyt gets the initiative at 120. He burns his last wear and goes to the dice w/ 1s (modified 7). A spin! Bernhardt is next at 100. He uses his last 2s on the forced pass (modified 3) to get by the #24 and 1w for the corner. Moratto is last to move out of the row at 80. He skirts the spun car on the outside for free.

Marshall plots 80 and rolls for the over-brake (natural 3). He then uses 2s on the forced pass of the blue machine (modified 4) and, with the bonus, moves up several positions. MacDonald goes outer rail at 80.

Moore gets hung in Stirlings at 80. Blanchett plays catch-up at 140.

Turn 32 Deadline: Wednesday, September 7th @ 7 a.m. EST (11 a.m. UTC)
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Post 07 Sep 2022, 5:03 am

Turn 32 Summary

Harley rolls across the S/F line at 140 for 2nd place. McConchie, also at 140, has to plot one more turn for an all but guaranteed 3rd place finish.

Bernhardt burns his last wear at 120 up the middle. Marshall pulls even at 120, using his last wear and the bonus.

Moratto takes the slip into Clark at 100. MacDonald runs in behind the #42 at 120 for his final wear.

Hoyt recovers from his spin at 60. Moore finishes out Stirlings at 80.

Blanchett rounds Stirlings at 80 for free.

Turn 33 Deadline: Friday, September 9th @ 7 a.m. EST (11 a.m. UTC)
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Post 07 Sep 2022, 6:02 am

The same three drivers are fastest through both sector 1 and sector 2
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Post 09 Sep 2022, 6:56 am

FYI - corners after the finish line must be navigated in the turn you finish. There are still some decisions to be made in this race...

Turn 33 Summary

McConchie takes the final spot on the podium at 120.

Marshall pushes to 180 w/ 2s (modified 5) and has the initiative. He crosses for 4th place. Bernhardt brings his compromised engine home at 140 and 5th place.

Moratto is out of Clark at 140. MacDonalds stays on his bumper, also at 140.

Moore takes the initiative at 120 and scrubs his last tire. Hoyt runs Clark at 100 and sits on the spoiler of the #3.

Blanchett drops his last two wear at 140 to pull even with the #24.

Turn 34 Deadline: Monday, September 12th @ 7 a.m. EST (11 a.m. UTC)
I will adjudicate early if all plots are in before the deadline.
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Post 11 Sep 2022, 3:27 pm

No change in the standings as the field comes in...

Turn 34 Summary

Moratto slides into the Bend on the line at 100 for 6th. MacDonald floats outside at 120 for 7th.

Moore drops the hammer w/ 2s (modified 4) and roars across the finish line at 180 for 8th.

Blanchett gets the initiative w/ 2s on the push to 160 (modified 4). Hoyt doesn't push at 140 but, with the double slip coming his way, manages to hang onto 9th, leaving Bob in 10th.
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Post 12 Sep 2022, 8:14 am

That was a good race, lots of action from the get go on one of those tracks that always seems to be tempting you to spend another wear...