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Round 8: Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course - Full Course (May 18)

jeromef1

League Owner
Staff member
LMP2/GT3 IMSA Series 2022/S2
Name
Jerome Berthiaume
Joined
Jan 25, 2017
Messages
10,542
Age
35
Location
Nicolet, QC, Canada
iRacing ID
177904
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Race Time of day: 2021-05-15 09:25 1x
Race Length: 45 minutes
Max Incidents: Drive through at 10x, DSQ at 15x
Max Fuel: 90% for LMP2, 55% for GTE
Start: Rolling
Fast Repair: 0
 
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teddywoods72

Premium Member
LMP2/GT3 IMSA Series 2022/S2
Name
Ted Loewendick
Joined
Sep 7, 2019
Messages
175
Location
Ohio
iRacing ID
184735
HosTed session is scheduled to launch, Monday @ 7PM ET.
Length: 5 Hours.
Starting State: 50% Usage
Static Conditions.

La sesión está programada para iniciarse el lunes a las 7 p.m. ET.
Duración: 5 horas.
Estado inicial de la pista: 50% de uso
Condiciones estáticas.

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teddywoods72

Premium Member
LMP2/GT3 IMSA Series 2022/S2
Name
Ted Loewendick
Joined
Sep 7, 2019
Messages
175
Location
Ohio
iRacing ID
184735
TCRacing4x my apologies for being in the racing line and ending your race. I lost the car when I downshifTed. No idea why it spun, hadn't experienced that issue in any of my practice sessions. I saved it, but the car was still in a higher gear, and wouldn't take off, which is why i was where i was and not moving. Apologies to anyone else that may have hit me in T1. Not the way i wanTed tonight to go. Congrats to the winners!
 

westracing01

Well-known member
Name
Michael Ross
Joined
Feb 21, 2020
Messages
138
Location
New Milford CT
iRacing ID
316360
If anyone saw my VRS telemetry and the literally dozens of combinations of ARB's, shocks, ride height, camber, caster, diff and gears I tried to get ANYTHING to work, they'd never believe I finished 2nd.

Congrats to Don. That was a very well driven race. I lost a couple seconds in traffic, but I told him before that I didn't have pace to run with him. After the Monday practice I was not feeling confident about this race. I couldn't find anything that worked and felt OK AND didn't kill the tires. I finally said the hell with it and just threw the kitchen sink, bathroom sink, tub and the neighbors dog at it and it was pretty damn decent. To be only 0.1s off Don's fastest lap is like a win after fighting the car for two whole days.

Congrats to Arnaud as well on the well deserved podium. I thought the Porsche's would be fast and he kept me honest for the first half of the race. I started to eek out a bit of a gap and once it got to around 4 seconds I felt like I was probably OK and shifted to damage control mode.

Running down Don wasn't going to happen, so it was just limit the damage. Unfortunate Thomas got into Rafael there. That was actually part of my strategy since I knew I didn't have outright pace I decided to take the Rick Mears approach... Just put yourself in a position to win and let the chips fall where they may. I had a feeling those 3 being so close on time might trip over each other. All I saw was smoke and Don's tail lights so I just pointed the car at him and hoped for the best.

Definitely not filled with confidence going to Montreal but at least I have last seasons setup to start with and that was pretty good so hopefully be closer on pace than I was here.

EDIT: Almost forgot, go to the interview, Windows Update disconnected my headset in Discord... I didn't discover that until it was too late.
 
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dsquirek

Member
Name
Don Squirek
Joined
May 20, 2020
Messages
16
Location
United States, Georgia, Atlanta
iRacing ID
311884
I really need to get my qualifying together one of these days lol. 5 wins and only 1 pole.

It's a shame what happened between Russo and Cope, looks to be a little netcode issues :(

Until then it looked as though it would be a fight between the 3 of us for the win, which I was looking forward to for both the fun and the possibility of putting more points between myself and Ross ;)

Looks like it'll come down to keeping up the pace and earning those bonus points because Ross is very good at finding his way to the front, he must be pretty quick or something :p

Nice to finally get a win again after the disconnect at Road Atlanta and my struggles last round. On to the next!
 

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rrusso

Premium Member
LMP2/GT3 IMSA Series 2022/S2
Name
Rafael Russo
Joined
Feb 20, 2020
Messages
89
Location
Brazil, Praia Grande
iRacing ID
355007
Wasnt expecting that pole, my first 2 sectors were red, but i managed a good last one...the difference to Cope and Don were literally nothing.

Shame what happened on lap 3....not much to say....it would be a good fight until the end, probably decided on pit strategy

Congrats Don for the Win....this title fight will last until Imola

Off to Montreal, let's see if i finally can have some fun and not only a target on my back 🤣
 
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