Races 13-18

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Races 13-18

Post by Ben Atkins on Thu Dec 31, 2015 4:47 pm

I hate to do this, but I'm going to go ahead and skip to Watkins Glen since I've ran out of motivation for this season, and I really want to get to 2016 relatively on time. I will be uploading the exports some time in the near future, but for now I'll describe what happened in brief for each race weekend.

Again, I apologise for doing this, but I'd rather do this than go into next year too much.

Latvia:

Race 1
Collins wins from the pole in a REALLY uninteresting race. Eichholtz and Halvari tried to take it away from the 78, but she finds victory line to earn maximum points.

Race 2
Collins makes it two for the weekend in another uninteresting race. Halvari tried again, but Collins never made a mistake and took max points again.

Race 3
A little bit more crashy in the back, but Tanya Carter still leads every lap to win the event by a very large margin.

Dubai:

Race 1
This race was a fight, and Ziegler came out on top, despite Percy, Rogers-Ashby and Collins all having stints in the lead. However, the race was clean and fun for all. YAY!

Race 2
Collins makes it 7 for the season after a dominant performance in the second race... a much more crazy race with multi car accidents on laps 3 and 4 claiming 5 cars a piece.

Race 3
For the second week in a row, Harriet Wallace takes the race 3 pole and fails to get it done. Madison Peniall takes her second victory in another clean event.

Saitama:

Race 1
This is the only race weekend I regret not making a video for because these races were INSANE. However, TH Racing managed to break away from the pack (yes, PACK) and take home a 1-2, with Ziegler leading Kanerva.

Race 2
STS Racing Inc get rid of all the labels they had as backmarkers this race. Either that, or Amber Clagett make them look good yet again, as she managed to muscle her way past a multi-car accident, then both Atlantic Motorsports cars on her own to take her second win of the season.

Race 3
Had her car not broken down, Amber Clagett would have taken her third as she was by far the quickest driver on the track, but her misfortunes lead to another Cassandra Collins victory. The weekend, despite the showing from ARLA races in the past, goes without any sizeable accidents, thankfully.

Decatur:

Race 1
This weekend was filled with giant accidents, but thankfully all drivers would be okay in the crashes. The first lap of this race seen Dieter Ziegler have a horrific looking accident in the S-Bends, with his car rolling viciously, but Cassie Collins would steal a win from Natalie Kendall in this wreckfest.

Race 2
Grant Macintosh makes the most of a horrific attrition race to take home his second win of the season. No driver wanted to hold the lead for more than a lap, as the Snake kept biting. Kellan Rogers-Ashby, the run away points leader at this point, had a sizeable accident herself this race, as she rolled her car over in the S-Bends.

Race 3
Overdue doesn't begin to describe this race, as Carla Rosinski FINALLY gets it done for the first time in two years. However, this race seen only 20 cars finish, a low since the Sussex GP.

Sonoma:

Race 1
*yawn*. Hannah Percy won.

Race 2
*YAWN*. Cassie Collins won her 11th of the season.

Race 3
*YAAAAAAAAWN*. Barney Ward took his first for Altoros.

Canada:

Race 1
Natalie Kendall tried to steal this one, but Cassie Collins steps up to win her 12th of the season from the pole, and continues to pressure Kellan Rogers-Ashby, who loses her points lead for the first time since the summer.

Race 2
Kellan Rogers-Ashby gains her points lead back by beating Cassie Collins convincingly in this race. Verity Logan took a huge shunt in this race, rolling her car over on the first lap.

Race 3
Israel Bruce shows up Hannah Percy to win by over 15 seconds in the third race.

Points Situation:

No-one sits in title contention other than Kellan Rogers-Ashby and Cassandra Collins, who both sit under a blanket entering the penultimate event at Watkins Glen. Hannah Percy still has a shot at the title, but has to win all three races AND the New York GP to even have a chance at the title. No other drivers are mathematically eligible for the title.

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Re: Races 13-18

Post by Ben Atkins on Thu Jan 14, 2016 10:40 am

Watkins Glen results have been put onto TMPedia, and will also be included in the many exports that I upload eventually (replays are also available too if you want me to upload certain races!).

All points situation stuff etc will be labelled in the New York GP Pre-Race Thread which should be going up very shortly!

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NR2003 Online Wins: 120 (Latest - ISARS Energy Showdown V2 at Orlando International Speedway [04/01/17])
NR2003 Online Poles: 79 (Latest - GOMA F5 at Vancouver [03/24/17])
iRacing Online Offical Wins: 18 (Latest - NASCAR Trucks at Watkins Glen [08/03/16])
NR2003 Championships: 6 (2013/2014 GOMA Trucks, Formula 5 Season 12, 2014 GOMA Trucks, Formula 5 Season 13, Formula 5 Season 14, Formula 5 Season 16)

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