Gpl Division - Season 27, Race 2 - 1967 F1S At Aintree


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#1 Arturo Pereira

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Posted 20 August 2015 - 05:24 AM

Saturday, August 22nd, 2015
Track: Aintree
GPL Rank reference laptime: 1m47s
Available at: http://gpltd.bcsims.com/?dis=A#7
Practice Startime: 18:00GMT
Practice: 30 minutes
Race: Intermediate Damage - 30 laps
Grid in use: 2x2 - Staggered Grid
Mod: 1967 F1 - NO 60FPS patch.
Password: same we used last season. If you do not have it, send me a PM

iGOR Chatroom: Atlas (NOT passworded)

ALL drivers must use their real names at the server !! As usual, we will host a 120 minutes unofficial practice, starting at about 16:00GMT.
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#2 Arturo Pereira

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Posted 21 August 2015 - 07:04 AM

Aintree v2 plus addon by Jackseller!!

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#3 Arturo Pereira

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Posted 22 August 2015 - 09:40 AM

Showtime :)
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#4 Arturo Pereira

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Posted 22 August 2015 - 09:51 AM

Server is up for unofficial practice! :)
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#5 Arturo Pereira

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Posted 22 August 2015 - 04:51 PM

Final Results

Track: Aintree             Sat Aug 22 16:35:59 2015

PRACTICE TIMES

Pos No Driver                           Team     Nat      Time      Diff Laps
1  14 Gregory Taber                    Honda    USA 1m44.846s             15
2   9 Patrik Lindqvist                 Brabham  SWE 1m45.301s   00.455s    8
3  20 natan veksler                    Eagle    BEL 1m45.639s   00.793s   14
4  18 Arturo Pereira 67                Ferrari  ARG 1m47.195s   02.349s   10
5  19 Claudio Navonne                  Cooper   ARG 1m47.541s   02.695s   16
6  16 Bob Higdon                       Brabham  USA 1m49.555s   04.709s   11
7  13 Iestyn Davies                    BRM      GBR   No time   No time    0
8   4 F1 ATLAS                         Ferrari  USA   No time   No time    0

All times are official
Generated with GPL Replay Analyser


Track: Aintree             Sat Aug 22 16:35:59 2015

RACE RESULTS (After 30 laps)

Pos No Driver                          Team     Nat Laps   Race Time       Diff
1  13 Iestyn Davies                   BRM      GBR   30  53m21.050s            
2   9 Patrik Lindqvist                Brabham  SWE   30  53m22.353s    01.303s
3  19 Claudio Navonne                 Cooper   ARG   30  53m55.369s    34.319s
4  20 natan veksler                   Eagle    BEL   29  54m19.574s   1 lap(s)
5  18 Arturo Pereira 67               Ferrari  ARG   19  35m58.425s  11 lap(s)
6  14 Gregory Taber                   Honda    USA   10  17m57.835s  20 lap(s)
7  16 Bob Higdon                      Brabham  USA    1   2m09.364s  29 lap(s)
8   4 F1 ATLAS                        Ferrari  USA    0 DidNotStart  30 lap(s)


Race results are unofficial
(Replay might have been saved before end of race)

RACE FASTEST LAPS

Pos Driver                                 Time Lap
1  Patrik Lindqvist                  1m43.962s  21
2  Iestyn Davies                     1m44.152s  30
3  Gregory Taber                     1m45.564s   9
4  Claudio Navonne                   1m45.739s  29
5  natan veksler                     1m45.838s  21
6  Arturo Pereira 67                 1m46.923s  12
7  Bob Higdon                        2m10.141s   1
8  F1 ATLAS                            No time


LEADERS

Driver                           Laps
Patrik Lindqvist                 1-15
Iestyn Davies                    16-23
Patrik Lindqvist                 24-28
Iestyn Davies                    29-30

Number of lead changes: 3
Number of leaders: 2


LAPS LED

Driver                           Laps led
Patrik Lindqvist                 20
Iestyn Davies                    10


HIGHEST CLIMBER

Driver                           Start Finish  Change
Iestyn Davies                        7      1       6  
Claudio Navonne                      5      3       2  
Patrik Lindqvist                     2      2       0  
F1 ATLAS                             8      8       0  
Arturo Pereira 67                    4      5      -1  
Bob Higdon                           6      7      -1  
natan veksler                        3      4      -1  
Gregory Taber                        1      6      -5  


ON TRACK LAPS

Driver                           Laps/Total    Percent
Patrik Lindqvist                    (14/30)      46.67
Arturo Pereira 67                   (12/19)      63.16
Iestyn Davies                        (9/30)      30.00
Claudio Navonne                      (8/30)      26.67
Gregory Taber                        (5/10)      50.00
natan veksler                        (4/29)      13.79
Bob Higdon                            (0/1)       0.00


RACE LAPTIME CONSISTENCY
(first lap excluded)

Driver                    Avg Deviation  Std Deviation  Avg Laptime   Laps
Gregory Taber                     0.635          0.789    1m46.470s     10
Claudio Navonne                   0.866          1.287    1m47.640s     30
Iestyn Davies                     1.661          2.427    1m46.296s     30
Patrik Lindqvist                  1.808          2.532    1m46.593s     30
natan veksler                     4.337          5.378    1m51.960s     29
Arturo Pereira 67                 4.994          5.882    1m51.992s     19

Points Standings and server replay, tomorrow!!
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Posted 22 August 2015 - 09:25 PM

Let me tell you how things have changed in the twelve years since I last competed in online races with Atlas like this:

1)  I have gotten twelve years older, and I don't think that has improved my hand-eye coordination;
2)  I used to worry about being disconnected with my 56KB modem and now have the same worries with my 50MPBS modem;
3)  I used to spend two weeks getting ready to race on a track I knew by heart and now I spend two weeks getting ready to race on a track I've never seen before; and
4)  I used to quit when my wheel broke ten minutes before the race began, but now I have access to all sorts of tools to get me running again, more or less.

The things that haven't changed are:

1)  I'm almost certainly going to be at the back of the pack;
2)  I'm going to try to stay out of the leaders' way; and
3) My heart still races --- no pun intended --- in those few moments before the green flag drops.

An hour before the server opened this morning my SRW-S1 "wheel" broke.  I had a spare, one that I'd repaired from an earlier broken spring.  My blood pressure at that point was at 980/475.  I couldn't quickly fix the newest spring failure, so I reverted to the backup SRW.  So far, so good.  I entered practice, turned a few barely tolerable laps in the first 15 minutes, and was abruptly disconnected.  I live in Annapolis, the capital of the state of Maryland, and have 50MBPS connection by contract.  It is reliable almost to a fault.  Failure is not supposed to be an option.  This afternoon it was the only option.

I will not recite to you the panic I had in the next few minutes.  I unplugged the modem, did all the usual tricks with a dead connection, and waited for a sign from God.  Eventually I recovered an internet connection and reconnected with IGOR with about 1:15 left in practice.  My heart rate began to return to a homeostatic mean.  Eventually I made it to the grid on time and within the budget.  My race didn't last long as I was discoed again on the second or third lap, depending on whether you believe me or the server.  I'd spent two weeks practicing for a race that consumed about four minutes of my life.  I wasn't angry at any of this; it's just part of the game.  Frustrating?  Sure, it can be.  Rewarding?  Oh, yes, and more.

These observations are brought to you by someone who considers it a real privilege and an honor to be associated with a group who loves the sport of F1 racing and the memory of those men who did it so brilliantly as they did back in the day.  I cannot describe to you what this game has meant to me since it appeared all those many years ago.  I thank each and every one of you, especially Arturo, for once again permitting me to be a part of this unusual fraternity.

Bob Higdon

Edited by Bob Higdon, 22 August 2015 - 09:31 PM.


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Posted 23 August 2015 - 06:04 AM

Server Replay
https://mega.nz/#!nJ...15-DK_02Zp2mL8s

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Edited by Arturo Pereira, 23 August 2015 - 06:04 AM.

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#8 Arturo Pereira

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Posted 23 August 2015 - 06:09 AM

Dear Bob,

It´s a rare privilege that a member of AtlasF1 comes back after 12 years :) You will do fine as soon as you get some of those problems (modem, wheel/pedals, etc.) sorted out. And I am happy to help with all that. We are here to have fun while enjoying our hobby. And yes, this is an unusual fraternity, and I guess it will be like that as soon as there is a way to race online :)

Art
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