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Round 4: Kansas Speedway - Oval (Oct 13th)

Hootius

Director
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NASCAR Cup Series 2022/S2
GT4/TCR IMSA Series 2022/S2
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Ferrari Challenge Fixed 2022/S2
Name
Charles Sumner
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Laps: 85
Sim Date/Time:
2021-10-16 13:45 1x
 
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Bubba18

Organizer
NASCAR Cup Series 2022/S2
MX-5 Cup Series 2022/S2
NASCAR Truck Series 2022/S2
Name
Mark Kaelin Jr
Joined
Feb 6, 2017
Messages
102
Age
33
Location
Louisville, Ky
iRacing ID
387063
ATTN Drivers. There is an issue with the session. please stay tuned while a new session is being added.

Not sure as to why. Best we figure is something with todays hot fix. Thank you for your understanding!
 

Hootius

Director
Staff member
NASCAR Cup Series 2022/S2
GT4/TCR IMSA Series 2022/S2
NASCAR Truck Series 2022/S2
GT4 IMSA Series 2022/S2
Ferrari Challenge Fixed 2022/S2
Name
Charles Sumner
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Messages
3,679
Age
38
Location
USA, Florida, Tampa
iRacing ID
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Hey crew. Just got a mention that there are some wierd server issues going on. I'll be home shortly and will see what's going on.
 

Bubba18

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NASCAR Cup Series 2022/S2
MX-5 Cup Series 2022/S2
NASCAR Truck Series 2022/S2
Name
Mark Kaelin Jr
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Alright all. New session is up and ready to go!
 

C.M. Pennington

Premium Member
NASCAR Truck Series 2022/S2
Name
Charles M. Pennington
Joined
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Messages
99
Age
65
Location
Pocatello ID.
iRacing ID
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Wow....Bradley and Abner put on a show tonight (congats). I was expecting more issues tonight, good job keeping it green tonight boys. Austin I think we all saw you and knew were and when you'd reenter. No big deal we saw you coming and gave you room. Thanks for keeping down low.
 

C.M. Pennington

Premium Member
NASCAR Truck Series 2022/S2
Name
Charles M. Pennington
Joined
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Messages
99
Age
65
Location
Pocatello ID.
iRacing ID
632601
OH...and Patrick, what a shame. You were fast tonight for sure. You've been running so strong lately. You are due for some better luck my man.
 

Kemosobie03

Premium Member
GT3 Sprint Series 2022/S2
Name
Patrick Cowgill
Joined
Oct 2, 2019
Messages
283
Age
34
Location
Coloma, MI
iRacing ID
165519
OH...and Patrick, what a shame. You were fast tonight for sure. You've been running so strong lately. You are due for some better luck my man.
It is what it is. I'll just have to come back and finish strong next week and hope its enough to keep me from being in a must win scenario at Martinsville. I can't say I'm not disappointed about what happened tonight and I'm sure the party involved didn't mean for it to happen, but it happened and there is nothing I can do about it, so no sense in me being salty about it.
 

Kemosobie03

Premium Member
GT3 Sprint Series 2022/S2
Name
Patrick Cowgill
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Messages
283
Age
34
Location
Coloma, MI
iRacing ID
165519
I'm starting to think it's the pink car though.. I had bad luck Sunday, Monday, couldn't breathe Tuesday so I skipped that race, and then was wicked fast tonight and only made it 8 laps. I think I'm just gonna go back to my yellow car next week
 

Kemosobie03

Premium Member
GT3 Sprint Series 2022/S2
Name
Patrick Cowgill
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Messages
283
Age
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OH...and Patrick, what a shame. You were fast tonight for sure. You've been running so strong lately. You are due for some better luck my man.
By the way, I do appreciate the optimism. It feels good to know I have a fan, even if you are a competitor lol. My luck has honestly been much better the past 2 seasons, so I don't know that I am entirely "due for some better luck". I switched all my paint schemes back to the yellow version though just in case.
 

modern_knight

Premium Member
NASCAR Truck Series 2022/S2
Name
Daniel Knight
Joined
Aug 25, 2019
Messages
45
Location
Charlotte, NC
iRacing ID
145137
Hey Patrick, it definitely wasn't intentional. I wish I'd saved the replay, but netcode got us first, which meant even when I was off the gas and turning left it just sucked me into you. It was really good, tight racing up until that point, I hate that we got together.
 

Kemosobie03

Premium Member
GT3 Sprint Series 2022/S2
Name
Patrick Cowgill
Joined
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Messages
283
Age
34
Location
Coloma, MI
iRacing ID
165519
Hey Patrick, it definitely wasn't intentional. I wish I'd saved the replay, but netcode got us first, which meant even when I was off the gas and turning left it just sucked me into you. It was really good, tight racing up until that point, I hate that we got together.
Sh*t happens, I know you wouldn't wreck me intentionally. I seen you out my left window starting to drift up and I tried moving up the track to get away from you, but I guess I didn't move fast enough.
 

Hootius

Director
Staff member
NASCAR Cup Series 2022/S2
GT4/TCR IMSA Series 2022/S2
NASCAR Truck Series 2022/S2
GT4 IMSA Series 2022/S2
Ferrari Challenge Fixed 2022/S2
Name
Charles Sumner
Joined
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Messages
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Age
38
Location
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iRacing ID
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For the whole crew, I know there have been moments over the past 2 weeks that caused damage and woes for some drivers (me included), but a caution free race followed up with a 1 caution race is awesome and I'm proud of everyone for making these races what we all strive for. We'll have 1 more intermediate followed by 2 tracks that have been challenges for us in the past, so let's keep the momentum up, have another clean race at Texas, and keep it going into M'Ville
 

C.M. Pennington

Premium Member
NASCAR Truck Series 2022/S2
Name
Charles M. Pennington
Joined
Jun 4, 2021
Messages
99
Age
65
Location
Pocatello ID.
iRacing ID
632601
By the way, I do appreciate the optimism. It feels good to know I have a fan, even if you are a competitor lol. My luck has honestly been much better the past 2 seasons, so I don't know that I am entirely "due for some better luck". I switched all my paint schemes back to the yellow version though just in case.
Hey Patrick, It's not so much optimism as it is logic. This league has so many really good drivers that cracking the top five or even top ten is a tall task. Heck you gotta be pretty good to finish top twenty consistently here. I'm looking to improve so I look at other drivers trying to learn what they are doing. Your race at DEGA to end S3 caught my eye. In reviewing replays from early in S3 up to now. Well it seems you've made a big step forward sometime around the end of season 3. I see a driver that is less um...hurried I guess. Better at finding the right moment to press and more aware of when to just ride. You just seem more calm in the drivers seat. I think you've got serious shot at a great year next year. So yeah I guess I'm a fan but to be honest I'm a fan of many. How cool would it be to see Charlie pull off a three win streak? When you win in this league you've really done something, that's why we have so many STARS. We are all blessed to be racing every week with great drivers and good people. The PRL.....Rocks!
 

C.M. Pennington

Premium Member
NASCAR Truck Series 2022/S2
Name
Charles M. Pennington
Joined
Jun 4, 2021
Messages
99
Age
65
Location
Pocatello ID.
iRacing ID
632601
For the whole crew, I know there have been moments over the past 2 weeks that caused damage and woes for some drivers (me included), but a caution free race followed up with a 1 caution race is awesome and I'm proud of everyone for making these races what we all strive for. We'll have 1 more intermediate followed by 2 tracks that have been challenges for us in the past, so let's keep the momentum up, have another clean race at Texas, and keep it going into M'Ville
We seem to have a good class of rookies this season as well. They are a part of this. So shout out to the new guys.
 

DEvans51

Premium Member
NASCAR Truck Series 2022/S2
Name
Jeff Evans
Joined
May 28, 2020
Messages
80
Age
32
Location
Rochester, NY
iRacing ID
112840
Hey Patrick, It's not so much optimism as it is logic. This league has so many really good drivers that cracking the top five or even top ten is a tall task. Heck you gotta be pretty good to finish top twenty consistently here. I'm looking to improve so I look at other drivers trying to learn what they are doing. Your race at DEGA to end S3 caught my eye. In reviewing replays from early in S3 up to now. Well it seems you've made a big step forward sometime around the end of season 3. I see a driver that is less um...hurried I guess. Better at finding the right moment to press and more aware of when to just ride. You just seem more calm in the drivers seat. I think you've got serious shot at a great year next year. So yeah I guess I'm a fan but to be honest I'm a fan of many. How cool would it be to see Charlie pull off a three win streak? When you win in this league you've really done something, that's why we have so many STARS. We are all blessed to be racing every week with great drivers and good people. The PRL.....Rocks!
And having that many good drivers can help push everyone else to get better. A year or so ago when I first joined I was battling to run in the top 15-20 consistently, but over time and with practice I got more and more consistent and the results this year have improved as a result. I meant to mention it last night, but late in the run when you were working your way past me and up to Westerfield, you were clearly faster than me at that point in the run but you didn't force your way by like you'll occasionally see happen. Instead you ran your line, I ran mine, and eventually you worked your way past and moved on to Jim. It's small things like that when I was still getting up to speed with the competition here that I'd take away from the race as a positive to build on. It boosts your confidence up a bit, and at the same time it builds up the comfort and confidence in the guys you're racing around.

All that to say thanks for not forcing your way through when you easily could've. My 35-40 lap old tires definitely appreciated it! :LOL:
 
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