Race 22: New York City

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Race 22: New York City

Post by Cynon on Mon May 29, 2017 10:30 pm


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If I showed every incident of sketchy driving in the race it would be a 50 minute video. Didn't want to do that.


Things I Omitted to Make The Video Shorter (That I can Remember):


  • Joe Olenick vs. Chris Davenport was about as tense as the battle for the win. Davenport got boxed in behind lapped cars.
  • Derrike Chaiter vs. Frank Azure in the start of the last stint.
  • Kurt Plissken made a few vicious chop blocks on ClĂ©venot.
  • Tom Delgado vs. Several People for position early in the race.
  • Joel Rodriguez: Grand Master of Ignoring Blue Flags
  • Luciano Soveral using the chrome horn or running people wide


Reject of the Race:
Every Lenard Bar Tom Delgado and Derrike Chaiter
Unsportsmanlike conduct would be the only nice way to put what they were doing. The 16 car is included in that, too.


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Re: Race 22: New York City

Post by Magus978 on Mon May 29, 2017 11:11 pm

Spoiler:
Newly Crowned ASCC Champion Scores First TMMC Top 10 Since 2012

While Tom Delgado did not meet his expectations of having a chance to win today's Round of New York on home soil, he managed to do what the other Lenard drivers couldn't: Stay out of trouble....mostly. The newly crowned 2014 ASCC driver's champion finished 8th today in a chaotic Round of New York under very wet conditions.

"I'm just now catching my breath! Everything was happening around us, but I just couldn't get up there to fight for the win. We had the car to do it, just a silly mistake getting tangled up with Benoit (Voeckler). I didn't notice any performance difference, but if there was, it was just enough to take us out of contention for a podium. Incident was my fault, should have slowed down a tad. Benoit has every right to hold his line, it's my job to get by him, not his job to lay down and die for me. He can come out of hiding now" Delgado said afterwards with a smile, having been asked about the incident with Tutino driver Benoit Voeckler.

"I have to give big thanks to Lenard International for giving me a car capable of great things this weekend. They didn't have to do this for me, it just shows how excellent an operation they run. I wanted to do the best I could for them and for everyone who thought I was way past my expiration date after Darlington. How ya' like me now, boys?" Delgado added, ending with a bit of bravado towards his critics after his antics at Darlington earlier this year.
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Re: Race 22: New York City

Post by UndyingLight on Tue May 30, 2017 12:40 am

Great showing for Chaiter...kind of.:
Derrike Chaiter, of Brisbane, Australia,
the 26 year old rookie managed to pull a hell of a run getting into little trouble (that we could see) except with what happened with Frank Azure.
After the long day riding in the rain, the enraged but happy Derrike Chaiter went first to go apologise to Azure and his team, and even tried to give them money.

"I am stoked with where I placed today, 11th is real good in the car I be in, but I do wish I could not have had be the issue with Azure and his team. I do hope that we can get past this."

Soon after, he went to greet his girlfriend and his 15 month old son. Very respectable showing from Derrike Chaiter! We'll see him soon!

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Re: Race 22: New York City

Post by Cardinals5 on Tue May 30, 2017 9:35 pm

Spoiler:
Olenick Scores First TMMC Top-5
A little bit of rain couldn't dampen the spirits of Connecticut's Joe Olenick, who scored his first career Top-5 finish driving for Team Saar USA during the TM Master Cup Series Round of New York. Olenick, who has made a name for himself driving anything with four wheels on it, was ecstatic when interviewed by the media.

"This is incredible. We really got exactly what we wanted with the rain today. I knew we'd have a chance today, and we finally pulled it off and had some luck go our way. I know a lot of teams would be disappointed with fifth, but this is like a win for us this year."
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Re: Race 22: New York City

Post by PackerMan71 on Wed May 31, 2017 12:02 pm

Spoiler:
PACKER SURVIVES RAIN RACE AT NEW YORK TO SCORE POINTS

As his dismal 2014 Master Cup campaign draws closer to its conclusion, Manticore driver Packer Carroll managed to bring his #18 machine home in one piece with a 17th place finish, good enough to score 6 championship points.

PACKER: Crazy race. When you mix rain with street racing, this is basically what you get. It was survival, and a lot of the incidents seemed to happen right in front of me, so I had my heart in my throat for most of the race. But at least we came out of it with some points, which is something we can't say very often.
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Re: Race 22: New York City

Post by Ben Atkins on Wed May 31, 2017 12:42 pm

Spoiler:
Atkins furious with Taube after early crash

Ben Atkins was set to have a decent day at New York after a strong start seen him battling for 18th with Mathias Taube in the early going, but contact between the two meant that it ended in tears for them both. While Atkins was able to finish the race despite heavy damage, Taube was flipped onto his roof in the accident and retired. However, this was no consolation for Atkins, who was still furious with the Swede.

"It's a joke. He wrecked me at Gravis City and he's done it again today," said Atkins, "He races with no respect for anyone and I'm the one who seems to be at the receiving end of it all the time. I don't get what I've done to piss him off, but he always races me like this."

"It wasn't because of a painted line. He was driving through me way before that line. He was trying to wreck me the whole time but instead the dumbass put himself on his roof. Maybe I'll repay the favour soon."

Atkins did not discuss the incident with Taube, and also made it clear that he does not plan to, either.

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