Bo Bruce

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In Topic: P.i.r. Race Reports

Today, 08:56 PM

Burt.. et al-
correct.. last 5 minutes you can go out again.. but once out - SAME RULE APPLIES! so if you crash on track, and can't make it back, you're done qualifying.

the only 'what if' is the occasional 2 cars in 1 place, or a car that is leaving its pit box, only to have a car pop into his, that is now in your line of exit. both may sh-R again as long as neither had left the pit exit.

In Topic: P.i.r. Race Reports

Today, 09:09 AM

there is no limit to sh-R use in D2
in D1 the pitstop patch allows unlimited stops as well... the only restriction is that they must be done in a pit box << BOX, not access road, pit lane, behind pit boxes etc etc etc.

In Topic: P.i.r. Race Reports

Yesterday, 06:39 PM

Bob Holada had a free sh-R coming due to a ruling  from an earlier race

In Topic: P.i.r. Race Reports

22 September 2018 - 02:37 PM

i have to disagree Kayo.. maybe for road courses, but oval are a different animal

In Topic: P.i.r. Race Reports

22 September 2018 - 02:22 PM

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Most of the faster cars did pass cleanly... however there was 1 Lotus that did something... dirty (for me): At the front straight i tend to keep it on inside line so that the faster cars could pass high before the corner, but this guy has the audacity to jump to my inside, which caught me off guard, thankfully i was just about to enter the corner so i went wide, and thankfully kept it together..


well, i've never been called 'dirty' before - that's a new one :(

all i can say is the passing line when the car being overtaken is high, IS, to the low side ... check my other overtakes, there is no overtake going into T1 on the high side!
its too difficult to maintain speed - and the line - and that's why slower cars should stay high when giving the faster car the wave around :)

check the D1 race, i suspect you'll see similar, tell me if i'm wrong ~

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