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Round 5: Spain - Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (04Nov17 @ 7pm BST)

AaronWebb85

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Division 1:
Session host is Michemery​
Qualifying starts at 7:00pm (UK time) followed by the race​

Division 2:
Session host is Macca​
Qualifying starts at 7:00pm (UK time) followed by the race​

Pre-Race Questions:
Division 1:
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[li]With lots of Spanish PRL drivers in our top flight, could we see an all Spanish podium at their home grand prix?[/li]
[li]Who would you say is currently the best driver in Division 1 and for what reasons?[/li]
[li]Would you prefer a wet or a dry race?[/li]
[/ol]
Division 2:
[ol]
[li]Did the break come at a good point or a bad point for your season?[/li]
[li]Pace is looking good between the whole grid, could this be Division 2's closest race yet?[/li]
[li]What are your expectations for this race weekend?[/li]
[/ol]
 
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armytricks

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Excited for this one! First week back after a week off at Russia and break week.
 

Smithy

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1. Unfortunately i dont think so, as much as it would be nice. I can really only see carre with consistency, as i dont know whether Jume is racing. Also i havent seen Cantera show the pace i expected so far. But anything is possible, and there is definately a possibility of it happening.

2. I think its hard to argue against Deki, he has seemed pretty complete so far, a bit like an Alonso of real-life, as much as i dont want to admit it. He is a very complete driver, however i think he gets ahead of himself sometimes, which doesnt make him a favourite amongst the paddock.

3. This will be my first race with no traction control (hopefully), and hopefully all goes well and i finish the race. I think if i keep it consistent i could see myself challenging further up the field than usual, but im not gonna expect to much for this race.
 

Garydonegan35

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Ireland
1) I think its unlikely given the amount of drivers who can win any race on any day also with jume not racing I could only see carre on the podium as I haven't seen much of cantera

2)Although we have many high quality drivers the stand out one for me is deki since coming to the league at the end of last season he showed amazing pace and again this season what makes him so good is the fact that even if he has a bad race he will probably still finish on the podium

3)I'm hoping for a dry race personally as I don't have much pace in the wet and struggle for consistency
 

deki106

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Germany
1.no i think at least one driver from Spain will finish on the podium but not three
2. i think I am probably the best in the league races so far but it can quickly turn around
I know that Michaelangelo is really quick and if haribo and carre get it together once they will beat me so i don’t think i am the quickest driver but the person who gets it right when it does matter
At least in the dry
3. pls just dry
 

xjari-075

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Netherlands, Zaandam
1. For me the breakweek came at a good time, as I wasn't able to practice that week, so I was happy to hear that the breakweek was rescheduled.

2. I can't really say if this will be the closest race, as I have only seen the pace of a couple of players and I
also think that there wil be 1 or 2 guys who will run away with it.

3. I expect a top 10 finish from myself, but I am hoping for a podium.
 
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armytricks

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1. Break week was perfect. During half term worked well with my plans since I still go to school.
2. I don't know really. I missed Russia so I'm not sure and no-one ever shows their true pace during practice.
3. Hoping for a podium or win since I feel like I'm quite strong at this track.
 

Oldskool3000

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1. I was pretty gutted with the incident that took me out at Russia so glad of the break
2. I think the league isn't that tight but I suspect from looking at the times Ive seen for Spain this cpuld be an interesting race. The strategies will be interesting meaning that potentially some of the front runners may be battling for position with people they may not normally.
3. To be honest I'm hoping to get round here. The lack of grip combines with the fast corners means one mistake can be curtains.
 
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