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Round 4: Limaland Motorsports Park (08 Oct)

jeromef1

Director
Staff member
Joined
Jan 25, 2017
Messages
8,611
Location
Nicolet, QC, Canada
Full Name
Jerome Berthiaume
iRacing ID
177904
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Time of day: Night
Features: 40 laps
Heats: 12 laps
Max. fuel: 100%
Start: Rolling
Fast Repair: 1
 

GameOfJobes

Premium Member
Joined
Feb 7, 2017
Messages
97
Location
USA, Indiana
Pre-Race Interview

1. With three races down and seven to go, how would you rate your performance and are you having fun racing in the league?

2. Limaland is one of the tightest tracks in the game and can be a challenge when the track slicks off. Are you a fan of the bullrings or do you prefer the big fast tracks?

3. Some tracks in the game create great racing when the track is wet and others don't allow for much passing until it gets dry. What track condition suits your driving style and which produces the best racing in your opinion?
 

Ken Osborne

Member
Joined
Jul 17, 2018
Messages
12
Location
USA, Ohio, St.Marys
Pre-Race Interview

1. With three races down and seven to go, how would you rate your performance and are you having fun racing in the league?
My performance so far as been trash lol, I am still having fun because the guys we race with in this league are really fun to race against. Still trying to get the throttle control game down, but haven't had much time to practice yet. Its almost off-season time though and my practice laps will start helping me.

2. Limaland is one of the tightest tracks in the game and can be a challenge when the track slicks off. Are you a fan of the bullrings or do you prefer the big fast tracks?
I prefer smaller tighter tracks. I think this race will be one of my favorites for this season.

3. Some tracks in the game create great racing when the track is wet and others don't allow for much passing until it gets dry. What track condition suits your driving style and which produces the best racing in your opinion?
the dry slick is prolly the best that im suited for and it creates the best racing, most of the time.
 

RKJ01

Member
Joined
Aug 27, 2018
Messages
5
Location
Australia, South Australia, Adelaide
[font=Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Pre-Race Interview[/font]

[font=Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]1. With three races down and seven to go, how would you rate your performance and are you having fun racing in the league?[/font]

Pretty disappointing, I thought I would fare better at Knoxville. That said the racing has been a lot of fun with the exception of Williams Grove which I found frustrating, but that was track related not other racers related, really enjoying my 1st season here in PRL to this point.

[font=Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]2. Limaland is one of the tightest tracks in the game and can be a challenge when the track slicks off. Are you a fan of the bullrings or do you prefer the big fast tracks?[/font]

I am going to suck here, I know this, my hope is that I just don't ruin anyone else's race. There is also a chance I may give this one a miss and use it as my drop round.

[font=Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]3. Some tracks in the game create great racing when the track is wet and others don't allow for much passing until it gets dry. What track condition suits your driving style and which produces the best racing in your opinion?[/font]

Personally I perform better on a slightly tackier track then what we get in this league, so I am learning a new way of having to drive. In my opinion I believe somewhere in the middle provides the best racing, to tacky and you can't pass, to slick and I feel like you can't really race, as you are more concerned with not spinning her out, however that could be down to the fact I am still learning how to peddle these things on a really slick track.
 

Billy Rowlee

Active member
Joined
Jul 16, 2018
Messages
30
Location
United States, New Paris, Ohio
1. With three races down and seven to go, how would you rate your performance and are you having fun racing in the league?
Not where I need to be. Have to qualify better so I can start up front and not have to worry about it.

2. Limaland is one of the tightest tracks in the game and can be a challenge when the track slicks off. Are you a fan of the bullrings or do you prefer the big fast tracks?
Would rather race on a bullring, but with the way the track is by feature time it just comes down to a sprint cars on ice deal instead of racing hard. Normally? Bullrings, but in this league, the big half miles with sweeping corners due to the way the surface is.

3. Some tracks in the game create great racing when the track is wet and others don't allow for much passing until it gets dry. What track condition suits your driving style and which produces the best racing in your opinion?
Tracks need a bottom and a top to race on, and there are only a few tracks that are like this as full slick. Knoxville the track was reset, and the race was pretty damn good and fun. Eldora was terrible due to it being a one groove deal around the fence. Williams grove isn't my favorite track but the race was okay because you could still run both lines.
 
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