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Round 14: Singapore - Marina Bay Street Circuit (04Jul18 @ 8:15pm AEDT)

AaronWebb85

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Last Season's Results:
1st: dreglar
2nd: El_Majacko
3rd: Maznat87
Pole: dreglar (1.37.789)
FL: danirox88 (1.39.870)

1. Last week the Italian Grand Prix saw Maznat reclaim the hotly contested second position in the championship from kartdude after claiming his third win of the season. Will Maz be able to back that success up by recording consecutive victories for the first time in his PRL career?
2. Singapore is usually the longest race of the calendar, time-wise, and with rain plaguing the season thus far, we could see this week's race go for over an hour. Do you relish or dread such an occurrence?
3. For many competitors in this region, Singapore might be the second most likely event to attend behind the Australian GP. Have you ever been to the Singapore Grand Prix as a spectator or might you consider going in the future?
4. Which corner or section of the track do you believe to be the most challenging?
 

El_Majacko

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Australia, VIC, Melbourne
1. Last week the Italian Grand Prix saw Maznat reclaim the hotly contested second position in the championship from kartdude after claiming his third win of the season. Will Maz be able to back that success up by recording consecutive victories for the first time in his PRL career?
It's certainly possible, but I among others will be hoping not.
2. Singapore is usually the longest race of the calendar, time-wise, and with rain plaguing the season thus far, we could see this week's race go for over an hour. Do you relish or dread such an occurrence?
Relish it. It's one of my favourite tracks, which is nice timing after two crappy tracks in a row.
3. For many competitors in this region, Singapore might be the second most likely event to attend behind the Australian GP. Have you ever been to the Singapore Grand Prix as a spectator or might you consider going in the future?
I've yet to attend a GP other than Albert Park and Silverstone. Singapore is certainly one I'd love to spectate!
4. Which corner or section of the track do you believe to be the most challenging?
The last turn has surprising bite to it.
 

El_Majacko

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Q: N/A

I was comfortably setting mid 37s every session without fail in the days leading up to tonight, but I entered the lobby feeling quite ill. Despite this I was reasonably quick, with sectors looking like a late 37 but invalidated both my laps. Would have been 2nd or 3rd based on every other session I'd done.

R: 3rd
Started well, moving up to 7th. Then I held back as Wayne and stewart battled. Eventually they came together and in trying to avoid them, got caught up in their mess losing a portion of my wing. My car never recovered. Without this damage I would have been in the battle for the lead because I would have chosen my "Plan A" strategy which in post-analysis would have put me in front of stewart after the first stops, and we know where he ended up mid-race. I assume Maz had damage due to his pace, but after changing my wing and being almost 20 seconds off the lead, I ended up P3 right behind Maz and pure after bozza and stewart damaged himself leading to me overtaking him. Pissed off is an understatement.
 
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