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Round 18: Mexico - Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez (21Feb18 @ 8:15pm AEDT)

AaronWebb85

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Please note there is a break week before the race. There is no official event on February 14th.

Last Season's Results (N/A):

This is the inaugural Mexican Grand Prix in the PRL Pacific region!

Pre-race Questions:

1. This is the first time the Pacific region has tackled the Mexican GP. However, in the past two seasons in the American series, Australians have won both times (Jacko and Dubzzy). Who is your pick to win the inaugural race at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez?
2. With a 61 point advantage and 50 points on offer after this round, Jacko can claim the championship by finishing 3rd or above or by losing 10 or less points to dreglar. Will the Sauber driver seal the deal this week?
3. Sauber is on a winning streak of 3 races, equaling this season's record previously held by Williams. Might they extend that streak here?
4. Season 10 sign ups are now open. Have you signed up yet?
 

El_Majacko

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1. This is the first time the Pacific region has tackled the Mexican GP. However, in the past two seasons in the American series, Australians have won both times (Jacko and Dubzzy). Who is your pick to win the inaugural race at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez?
dreglar, Maznat and dani should be among the favourites.
2. With a 61 point advantage and 50 points on offer after this round, Jacko can claim the championship by finishing 3rd or above or by losing 10 or less points to dreglar. Will the Sauber driver seal the deal this week?
Certainly hope so.
3. Sauber is on a winning streak of 3 races, equaling this season's record previously held by Williams. Might they extend that streak here?
Would be really nice for either of us.
4. Season 10 sign ups are now open. Have you signed up yet?
Only a matter of time.
 

danirox88

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[font=Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]1. This is the first time the Pacific region has tackled the Mexican GP. However, in the past two seasons in the American series, Australians have won both times (Jacko and Dubzzy). Who is your pick to win the inaugural race at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez?[/font]
[font=Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Jacko[/font]
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2. With a 61 point advantage and 50 points on offer after this round, Jacko can claim the championship by finishing 3rd or above or by losing 10 or less points to dreglar. Will the Sauber driver seal the deal this week?[/font]

[font=Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Yes I think so.[/font]
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3. Sauber is on a winning streak of 3 races, equaling this season's record previously held by Williams. Might they extend that streak here?[/font]

[font=Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Hopefully[/font]
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4. Season 10 sign ups are now open. Have you signed up yet?[/font]

[font=Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Not yet, maybe soon. [/font]
 

El_Majacko

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Q: 1st
Wasn't a perfect lap, but the middle sector was spot on. Happy for a second straight Sauber front row lockout.

R: 1st (C)
We took the initial start but called a restart when it was observed that two cars started on top of each other! On the custom grid restart the run to turn 1 for the Saubers was tough with the slipstream. I managed to stay ahead but dani was swamped. Craig was my immediate challenger but seemed to struggle through the sweepers and I managed to escape. dreglar worked his way up to P2 and caught me as my ultras weren't gripping brilliantly. He undercut me as we pitted for softs on laps 11 and 12. I quickly latched onto his rear and after a failed attempt post DRS, I overtook him into turn 1. It seemed he picked up wing damage from the next complex of corners as my lead rapidly extended over the next few laps. I drove to the end unchallenged for win number 7 of the season and the championship victory with the trademarked flick!
 
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