Robert Fleurke

Member Since 31 May 2014
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 02:57 PM
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In Topic: Magdalena Mixuca - November 18Th

19 November 2017 - 09:12 AM

I believe it's official, so many congrats to Honey Badger Racing for winning the team championship! :)

Well done Michael, Frank (Killer), Alex, Tames and George! At the start of the season I knew HBR was the team to beat. Alex is arguably the best teamdriver overall in oAo. Great guy and racer (he was last year's D2 champ and also Team champ with us).

No complaints, it was a very clean fight. Michael is a great Teamleader and guy, and formed a strong team overall with drivers being potentially able to get podiums every race. There's no need to look back to see where we lost it or could have won it: it is the same for HBR. So much stuff happens throughout the season, I have no regrets but there are lessons to be learnt by me, but happily not as many as last season. ;)

It's just disappointing for my teamies, but it's been a fun ride, the team championship. We gave our best but we just missed out. It says a lot about the points system we were competitive even with a whole season with D2 G1 drivers. Dedication and passion wins always!

Many thanks to Pepe, Niky, Michi and Greg for their commitment and contributions this year!

Looking forward to next year's team fight, and hopefully more teams can get in the mix depending on commitment levels. To me the team system makes oAo that much special. Superb job Bruce and all involved! :)

In Topic: Magdalena Mixuca - November 18Th

18 November 2017 - 01:46 PM

First, many congrats to Ed for the win, and the championship. Well deserved mate! Great effort by Alex, who was unlucky and drove with a half broken wheel as well!

Pending official results, it looks like Honey Badger Racing clinched it, but we have to wait for it. It was a great clean fight throughout the season, and even when I made mistakes myself with team decisions, I have no regrets. It's just a matter to learn from them as I tried to learn from my mistakes/attitude/behaviour last season...

Anyhow, I'm so proud on Pepe's and Niky's efforts, and I wanted them to win something badly. Not for myself, but for the team, including Greg and Michi. This is a superb league, and the team system makes things very special, for me at least. Without the team I couldn't have won the D1 c'ship. The team fight this year has been very exciting at the front. :)

Very much looking forward to next season, and thanks to all oAo members and officials for making this such a special league! :)

In Topic: Sim Sox

13 November 2017 - 10:31 AM

:D

I remember back in the day (late 90s/early 00s) Sim Sox arrived on the market. ;)

Back in the day  used to race with my old grandmother socks on top of my normal socks. Nowadays just with my normal socks. Harder (brake) pedal requires (race)shoes.

In Topic: Snetterton

12 November 2017 - 10:01 AM

Pepe, depending on your performance at Mexico you will get the rod (no pun intended) or candy. ;)

Thanks for the laughs, that racepost cracked me up :lol: :lol: :lol: P6 not too shabby either despite all adversity. Great determination, and thanks to Tim being very fair. To me it was a racing incident with both having some responsibility; also with lag coming into play.

Great job Pepe keeping the c'ship hopes alive! Niky was unlucky. Grats to Ed, Alex and Tames :)

In Topic: Newest Addition To (Oao)

09 November 2017 - 07:32 AM

Welcome to this great league! :)

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