Round 4 - VALLE D'ITRIA

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10 months 2 weeks ago - 10 months 2 weeks ago #5504 by Admin
Admin created the topic: Round 4 - VALLE D'ITRIA
Date: 28.01.2018
Time: 19:00 CET (18:00 GMT/UTC) (qualifying)
Laps: 21

Carset:
Ferrari 275 GTB/4


Penalties:
Aitor Lopez - moving 10 places down on the grid after qualification
Murat Ozsarac - moving 10 places down on the grid after qualification


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10 months 2 weeks ago #5507 by Admin
Admin replied the topic: Round 4 - VALLE D'ITRIA
Small mistake in the first post. 21 laps instead of 20.

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10 months 2 weeks ago #5508 by Murat Ozsarac
Murat Ozsarac replied the topic: Round 4 - VALLE D'ITRIA
Cannot join today. Hf

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10 months 2 weeks ago #5509 by Juan Manuel Feri
Juan Manuel Feri replied the topic: Round 4 - VALLE D'ITRIA
My ffb was not respond and that was game over for me.

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10 months 2 weeks ago #5510 by Philipp Pichler
Philipp Pichler replied the topic: Round 4 - VALLE D'ITRIA
This race was "interesting" experience. I rarely ever drove a car like the Ferrari 275 GTB/4 which does not suit to my driving style. I´m some kind of an aggressive driver who likes stable cars. But this car is no stable and with an aggressiv I spun out every second corner. Therefore I had to drive as sensitive as possible which reminded me more on cruising than on race car driving.
But ok, I managed to adapt to this circumstances.

Q: P9 was ok

R: P7
I had a very poor start, Jorge and Aitor got by. Subsequently I found my "kryptonite" in Jorge. I passed him a couple of times but every time I got him I spun out a few corners later and lost the position again. (four or five times)
At least I won that fight at lap 20 but it was thight, he drove his fastest first respectively second sector at the last lap but lost his car in the third sector.
Also I have to apologise for three or four little touches but it was really difficult to follow you.
The following user(s) said Thank You: Jorge Herrera

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10 months 2 weeks ago #5511 by Jorge Herrera
Jorge Herrera replied the topic: Round 4 - VALLE D'ITRIA
Perfect car/track combination! It really suited to me.

he drove his fastest first respectively second sector at the last lap but lost his car in the third sector.


I drove carefully all the race because in practice I burned my engine a couple of times, caused by my driving style (sideways). Anyways, I tried to get close to you in the last lap again, to overtake you in the next one. When I realized that there was no next lap I gave all I had, but I had a mistake as you said.

Great race anyway, and great fights.

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10 months 2 weeks ago #5512 by Admin
Admin replied the topic: Round 4 - VALLE D'ITRIA
Jorge, how did you burn the "impossible to burn" Ferrari engine? I think just because of Shifter Style setting. I use "no mis-shift" - second option. It saves engine while gear change. Auto Clutch must be off.

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10 months 2 weeks ago #5516 by Paul Anstey
Paul Anstey replied the topic: Round 4 - VALLE D'ITRIA
This was a new track to me and it took a long time to get to grips with it. Well I say grip but the car offered very little of it. Had a good qualy putting in a PB to get ummm not sure 5th I think. The opening laps were interesting and offered some very close racing. With these cars running so close to others and not hitting each other showed good skills from all. Got through into 2nd and tried to hunt Matheus down. Started getting faster and faster but this was due to cutting the chicane.

Marek can you please look at the replay of my driving as I feel guilty that I took advantage and cut the track here. I thought at the beginning of the race you said the walls were the limits. When I looked back at the comment it was Matheus asking whether the walls represented the track limits. I think I am guilty of cutting the track. This gave me a 2 second advantage as I put in some 2:02's and even a 2:01.???. If everyone was doing it then fine, if not then DQ me. :)

Well done Matheus and to all that finished this tough track and car combination :)

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10 months 2 weeks ago #5517 by Jorge Herrera
Jorge Herrera replied the topic: Round 4 - VALLE D'ITRIA
Well, I have no clutch pedal. Selected default in "upgrades" (I have to release the throttle when change gears; (I like that option). Thats not a big deal; but if I drift the car all the time; a single mistake when downshifting can rev the engine beyond rev limiter...

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10 months 2 weeks ago #5518 by Paul Anstey
Paul Anstey replied the topic: Round 4 - VALLE D'ITRIA

Jorge Herrera wrote: Well, I have no clutch pedal. Selected default in "upgrades" (I have to release the throttle when change gears; (I like that option). Thats not a big deal; but if I drift the car all the time; a single mistake when downshifting can rev the engine beyond rev limiter...


I don't use the clutch pedal on downshifts. Try not to be too vigorous on blipping the throttle and always lift off. Remember these cars were never quick shifting so be a bit more relaxed on the speed of you gear changes. Don't change down if you don't need to.

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