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Round 8: Virginia International Raceway - Full Course (Sept 28)

bige3dalejr88

Premium Member
Joined
Feb 4, 2017
Messages
459
Location
USA, Kansas, Topeka

 
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Race Length: 50 Minutes
Start Type: Standing Start
Fuel Amount: 22%
Track State / Marbles: 25% / Not Cleaned
Weather: Dynamic Weather
Time of Day: Late Afternoon
 

Mpross29

Member
Joined
Jul 14, 2017
Messages
18
Location
USA, Indiana, Indianapolis
Good race guys, Christian you were on another planet. I added another stupid/embarrassing scenario to my record this week. I practiced all day on Road Atlanta, b/c for some reason I had that we were racing there in my head. With about 30 minutes before the race I tried to join the session and realized not only was it not Atlanta, but a track I don't own nor have ever driven on. Fun track though once I got a pattern going. Long story short I suggest Road Atlanta for next year.
 

James Brant

Member
Joined
Jul 20, 2017
Messages
14
Location
United States, Indianapolis, IN
Congrats to another fine race, Christian. I practiced a decent amount this week, but I was nowhere near your pace. My apologies for being a no-show. My son came down with a fever last night and was an absolute mess. I needed to be a dad instead of a pretend race driver. Now I'm suffering from "missing out syndrome". Looks like i missed a good one.

I'll see everyone, hopefully, next Thursday. I'm guessing this one will be a bit of a circus. Should be fun.
 

Gunner

Organizer
Joined
Feb 10, 2017
Messages
593
Location
Warman, SK. Canada
Full Name
Matthew Gunderson
iRacing ID
207637
Sorry all for leaving so quick after the race, my wife had somewhere to be and I had to get the boy to bed. Another great race, Christian with a 1:43.8 WOW you madman! Good job to all the front runners for great pace and consistency, it's something to strive for.

Despite a scare in the first lap, I was pretty happy with the first half of the race. Then around the pit window it went to hell in a hand basket! Justin, I'm sure you saw my first spin as you cruised on past! After that I had less confidence and concentration seemed tough, and mistakes kept happening. Several more spins later I handed Christopher a free position as well. No one to blame but myself either, just start preparing for the gauntlet that Bristol will be!

See you guys there!
 
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