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by FantometteBR 08 Aug 2018, 03:28
Aerond wrote:
FantometteBR wrote:Euromotor will try some Goodyear Engines. And about engines, is divided between Great Wall, Holden and Pure-Hart client system


Pure-Hart engines are already taken


Holden are free still?

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by CaptainGetz12 08 Aug 2018, 20:59
Rejectsport wrote:Blokkmonsta to lose AirBerlin Sponsorship

Blokkmonsta's sponsorship fortunes continue to crumble. AirBerlin officially shut its doors earlier today after spending several months in administration. Blokkmonsta has not commented on the status of the sponsor, but a press-release claimed that the team "Will remain full-steam ahead."

With AirBerlin gone and without a title sponsor Blokkmonsta will go into 2020 with no more than a few tech sponsorships from Greddy and Duracell. The team has been silent in regards to questions surrounding its leadership and from where they would get further sponsorship.

AirBerlin's assets are expected to be sold off in the coming months, with EasyJet and Ryanair expected to take a large portion of the airline's personnel and equipment. Neither EasyJet nor Ryanair have expressed comment in regards to whether they would take AirBerlin's sponsorship contract in the proceedings.


(Anyone have any sponsorship ideas, let me know :D )

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by Gonzalez 08 Aug 2018, 21:59
CaptainGetz12 wrote:
Rejectsport wrote:Blokkmonsta to lose AirBerlin Sponsorship

Blokkmonsta's sponsorship fortunes continue to crumble. AirBerlin officially shut its doors earlier today after spending several months in administration. Blokkmonsta has not commented on the status of the sponsor, but a press-release claimed that the team "Will remain full-steam ahead."

With AirBerlin gone and without a title sponsor Blokkmonsta will go into 2020 with no more than a few tech sponsorships from Greddy and Duracell. The team has been silent in regards to questions surrounding its leadership and from where they would get further sponsorship.

AirBerlin's assets are expected to be sold off in the coming months, with EasyJet and Ryanair expected to take a large portion of the airline's personnel and equipment. Neither EasyJet nor Ryanair have expressed comment in regards to whether they would take AirBerlin's sponsorship contract in the proceedings.


(Anyone have any sponsorship ideas, let me know :D )


ICE Express? DB?

Gonzalez wrote:

Highlight of the day:
Got stuck in a train in a tunnel with no Air-Conditoning and all packed up, nearly killing me in the process.
by Klon 09 Aug 2018, 06:35
CaptainGetz12 wrote:
Rejectsport wrote:[b]](Anyone have any sponsorship ideas, let me know :D )


If you are looking for a cool livery, German magazine Stern used to sponsor DTM cars a while back.

I CAN'T SEE THE FUTURE!
by DemocalypseNow 09 Aug 2018, 07:58
Klon wrote:
CaptainGetz12 wrote:
Rejectsport wrote:[b]](Anyone have any sponsorship ideas, let me know :D )


If you are looking for a cool livery, German magazine Stern used to sponsor DTM cars a while back.

I was going to suggest the ProMarkt / J.D. Neuhaus Calibra livery but apparently ProMarkt is no more :(

When it comes to German racing sponsors, you can't go amiss with Sonax. Which would tie in nicely colour-wise with Stern too.

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by novitopoli 09 Aug 2018, 20:54
Rejectsport wrote:Commerzbank announced as Scuderia Adriatica main sponsor

In a surprising move, Scuderia Adriatica, the first Italian outfit to enter AutoReject World Series after four years, has undertaken a partnership with German bank Commerzbank. The bank will be Adriatica's main sponsor for the next two years, with an option for a third year of sponsorship; the yellow logos will be seen on the team's SAF20-01 cars, driven by Jesus Plaza and Thomas Butler. A Commerzbank spokesperson has expressed the bank's eagerness to invest in a promising new outfit and link its name to the team's successes - on the other hand, no comments have been made by either party on the details of the deal.

As Rejectsport understands, the team will, at least for the current season, remain known as simply Scuderia Adriatica in the official entry lists, a denomination which may be set to change for 2021.


By the way, it would be nice if someone would find some time to do an Adriatica livery - white, yellow and black with Commerzbank, Eni, Saint-Gobain, Mondadori sponsorship :)

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Ataxia wrote:
Londoner wrote:Something I've thought about - what happens to our canon should we have a worldwide recession or some other outside event?

We'll be fine. It's Canon, non Kodak.
by Ataxia 10 Aug 2018, 10:09
novitopoli wrote:
Rejectsport wrote:Commerzbank announced as Scuderia Adriatica main sponsor

In a surprising move, Scuderia Adriatica, the first Italian outfit to enter AutoReject World Series after four years, has undertaken a partnership with German bank Commerzbank. The bank will be Adriatica's main sponsor for the next two years, with an option for a third year of sponsorship; the yellow logos will be seen on the team's SAF20-01 cars, driven by Jesus Plaza and Thomas Butler. A Commerzbank spokesperson has expressed the bank's eagerness to invest in a promising new outfit and link its name to the team's successes - on the other hand, no comments have been made by either party on the details of the deal.

As Rejectsport understands, the team will, at least for the current season, remain known as simply Scuderia Adriatica in the official entry lists, a denomination which may be set to change for 2021.


By the way, it would be nice if someone would find some time to do an Adriatica livery - white, yellow and black with Commerzbank, Eni, Saint-Gobain, Mondadori sponsorship :)


How's this?

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by FantometteBR 11 Aug 2018, 03:39
When everything (and mostly important, if) is sorted out, Euromotor will be part of the tests

Benoit Voeckler and O'Toole will take part in both days, since team hasn't a second driver yet. If there will be a second driver till that, it will take O'Toole's role in one of the days

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by novitopoli 11 Aug 2018, 06:51
Ataxia wrote:How's this?


That's exactly what I had in mind, thanks! :)

sw3ishida wrote:Jolyon Palmer brought us closer as a couple, for which I am grateful.


Ataxia wrote:
Londoner wrote:Something I've thought about - what happens to our canon should we have a worldwide recession or some other outside event?

We'll be fine. It's Canon, non Kodak.
by Gonzalez 12 Aug 2018, 22:32
Brucie Kibbutz confirmed he will join MeMo, as Driver 1 for now.

Gonzalez wrote:

Highlight of the day:
Got stuck in a train in a tunnel with no Air-Conditoning and all packed up, nearly killing me in the process.
by Aerond 15 Aug 2018, 09:34
Gonzalez wrote:Brucie Kibbutz confirmed he will join MeMo, as Driver 1 for now.


Kibbutz will be allowed in pre-season testing, but must run within 107% of best time in both tests to earn a license.

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by pasta_maldonado 15 Aug 2018, 19:21
RejectSport wrote:Pacer completes EVR line-up

In a press conference today, Eric Vincent Racing announced the signing of Gary Pacer to the team's second seat. The Canadian, 24, who scored 5 points in his debut season of ARWS, had been released by Jones Racing at the conclusion of the 2019 season.

"I'm thrilled to be joining EVR" said Pacer. "Eric [Vincent] has opened the door to the next stage in my career and I'm incredibly grateful for that. The atmosphere at Jones was stifling, so I'm looking forward to the warm atmosphere at EVR".

Pacer partners Finnish rookie Tommi Hämäläinen; who, like Pacer, finished in the top 5 of the AR 3.5 championship in the season prior to joining ARWS.


AutoFiction wrote:Jones meltdown revealed - why Sammy stepped down

It was the worst season in the team's history. Now, AutoFiction can reveal the exact reason for the decline in Jones fortune in 2019, and the exact cause of the brouhaha that led Sammy Jones to take a step back in running his eponymous team.

The cause? Gary Pacer. Sammy argued heavily in favour of his signing, despite the advice of almost everyone at the team. And when Sammy strong-armed rookie Pacer into the second seat to partner rookie Nathanael Cameron, the downfall began. The team, bar Sammy, soon began to realise that engineering a takeover of the team was the only way to save Jones from it's rut.

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pi314159 wrote:[Giovinazzi] had two crashes in mixed conditions in China... and people act as if he is possessed by the ghost of de Cesaris

Biscione wrote:Hit a car on Crenshaw and wrecked my Benz-o; Now this poor ass mofo gotta roll in a Renzo
by Klon 16 Aug 2018, 08:01
Aerond wrote:Kamaha and Gillet are still required to send Tyre choices.


Wait, you said my tyre choice was already made when I send you the chat PM ... well, whatever, have another message

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by pasta_maldonado 16 Aug 2018, 14:00
RejectSport wrote:ARWS to introduce Engine Manufacturer’s Cup

Tweets from a source claiming to be part of the AutoReject World Series Commission have indicated that an Engine Manufacturer’s Cup will be introduced for 2020.

Twitter wrote:@ARWS_insider Engine Manufscturer’s Cup coming for 2020 - meeting today discussed implementation, naming ideas


Such a Cup would function similarly to the Harvey Jones Memorial Trophy for Tyre manufacturers. It is understood that the ARWS Commission is pursuing this move to increase the attractiveness of ARWS to engine manufacturers.

It is not yet clear who the cup would be named after, but some have suggested the Jimmy Rosenforth Cup after the Australian’s death earlier this year.

pi314159 wrote:[Giovinazzi] had two crashes in mixed conditions in China... and people act as if he is possessed by the ghost of de Cesaris

Biscione wrote:Hit a car on Crenshaw and wrecked my Benz-o; Now this poor ass mofo gotta roll in a Renzo
by Gonzalez 16 Aug 2018, 23:18
An Agreement has been made for MeMo to sign Spaniard Miguel Silva as test driver.

And so does Adelaide Voeckler, she will be signed for MeMo's second seat.

Gonzalez wrote:

Highlight of the day:
Got stuck in a train in a tunnel with no Air-Conditoning and all packed up, nearly killing me in the process.
by novitopoli 17 Aug 2018, 07:02
Rejectsport wrote:Scuderia Adriatica SAF20-01 unveiled in Bari


"Sleek and stunning" - that's what Scuderia Adriatica team principal Erica B. Mancino told the media about Scuderia Adriatica's first ARWS design, the SAF20-01. The chassis was presented at the same time in the team's headquarters in Bari, Italy, and at the headquarters of main sponsor Commerzbank in Frankfurt, Germany, with both events connected to each other via live feed. The car sports the team's colors of yellow, white, and black (used this time around instead of Subaru blue, with Commerzbank, Saint-Gobain and Mondadori as sponsors. Rumanian chief designer Mircea Bonican, who designed the ARWS challenger in cooperation with the Technical University of Bari, has chosen a modern, no-nonsense design approach, with extensive CFD work to make amends for the limited wind tunnel time. "We expect to regularly survive prequalifying - anything more will be gladly accepted in this maiden season", Mancino told the press.


Rejectsport wrote:Seamus Belcher announced as Adriatica test driver

With the driver contracts to Jesus Plaza and Thomas Butler long sorted out, the only free spot at Scuderia Adriatica was the one in the sidelines, as test driver. In a rather left-field move, Australian F5000 driver Seamus Belcher was announced by the team earlier today as their new test and development driver. Belcher, who already had links to the Adriatica management during his F4 days, is mainly expected to do simulator work and contribute to the development of the 2021 challenger.

sw3ishida wrote:Jolyon Palmer brought us closer as a couple, for which I am grateful.


Ataxia wrote:
Londoner wrote:Something I've thought about - what happens to our canon should we have a worldwide recession or some other outside event?

We'll be fine. It's Canon, non Kodak.
by CaptainGetz12 18 Aug 2018, 03:58
Motorspy wrote:Blokkmonsta ARWS Car Spotted!

Blokkmonsta's elusive GPR-03 Chassis was spotted in green cover being loaded onto a truck outside of their ARWS garage in Pfaffenhausen, Germany and had several grainy shots taken of it by a venturing photographer. Although Blokkmonsta denies that the car has left the garage the few photos taken showed that the car was much more advanced in Aero Work compared to their customer-based cars of the last two seasons. The GPR03, being RUF Blokkmonsta's first in-house car, the vehicle seems to have a very long, drooping nose, similar to that of early-2000s Ferraris.The car did not have its wings on, and monocoque had rather short sidepods and airbox.

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