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Round 1: Autódromo José Carlos Pace - Grand Prix (Sep 22)

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TRG

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This post marks a change of topic on this thread. If you guys want to argue, I ask that you take it off the forums.

Paulo has it right, lets let the stewards do their job. Going around in circles here does nothing constructive.
 

CalquiN

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Dear Mitch, I totally disagree with your comment that Paulo and Chris are exaggerated. 20 hours of practice wasted due to your maneuvers. Lap 1 I try to avoid those you crashed without success. Lap 2 I try to dodge the cars you crashed again without success. Thank you very much!

Best regards,
 

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I never said I didn't practice, Chris. In fact I did about 300 laps in preparation for this race. What I did say is that I hadn't had any time out on track with other cars.

As for the 'altercations' you mention, I can defend each and every one besides lap 1, and the incident with the black and green car. In both of those incidents, it involved minor taps on the rear of the car in front, as a result of braking just a little too late. This is what I took responsibility for in my original post.

And if those moves are "risky" what is your move across the start finish considered then? The only difference between you and I on lap 1 is that you got lucky the car you hit didn't spin and cause a massive pile up.

I'll leave it at that.
 

TRG

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You guys just don't listen. Calquin and Greene, consider yourselves warned. I will not hesitate to park you for a race.
 
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