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by Gertrand Bachot 27 Jul 2019, 21:55
Race Report

Steward report:
Nothing to report

Penalty list:
Einar Ármannsson (1)
Dave Cassidy (2)
Bradley Dagnall (1)
James James Davies (1)
Lando Norris (1)
Mike Rockenfeller (1)
Sergey Sirotkin (1)
Diego Álvarez Torrente (2)
Santiago Urrutia (1)
Sebastian Vettel (1)

Parts list:
Car #1: 1 motor / 2 transmissions
Car #3: 1 transmission
Car #6: 3 motors
Car #7: 2 motors / 1 transmission
Car #10: 2 motors
Car #14: 2 transmissions
Car #17: 1 motor
Car #18: 2 motors
Car #19: 1 transmission
Car #22: 1 transmission
Car #32: 1 motor
Car #33: 1 motor / 1 transmission
Car #35: 2 motors / 1 transmission
Car #37: 1 motor
Car #55: 2 motors / 3 transmissions
Car #47: 1 transmission
Car #56: 1 motor
Car #57: 1 motor
Car #64: 1 motor / 2 transmissions
Car #73: 1 motor
Car #94: 1 motor
Car #96: 3 motors / 1 transmission
Car #98: 1 motor / 1 transmission
Car #99: 2 motors / 1 transmission

Budgets, price money and sponsorship after the 17th race of the 2020 season:
+ Calinetic (miguel98) - €24,000,000
+ Caterham (kevinbotz) - €32,000,000
+ Dawson (petoli) - €6,000,000
+ FAST (Aerond) - €41,500,000
+ Ferrari (Biscione) - €26,500,000
+ Mansell (RealRacingRoots) - €29,000,000
+ Precision (wizzie) - €29,000,000
+ Red Bull (Dexter249) - €63,000,000
+ Sauber (East Londoner) - €14,500,000
+ Theodore (Salamander) - €27,000,000
+ Toyota (Reject_Dom) - €16,000,000
+ Williams (novitopoli) - €36,000,000

They talk about the failure of socialism, but where is the success of capitalism in Africa, Asia and Latin America?

Socialism doesn't mean taking wealth from those who work hard and giving it to those who don't. You're thinking of capitalism.
by Gertrand Bachot 27 Jul 2019, 21:59
September 15-17: the F1 teams will run the second official mid-season test at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza.

During that test, teams can use track time to work on one of four tasks each day, each session costing €5,000,000 with up to three sessions available:
Short Runs - improves qualifying pace. For every day invested into car development, the maximum qualifying grip of a car will be raised by 0-30 points.
Long Runs - improves race pace. For every day invested into long runs, the maximum race grip of a car will be raised by 0-30 points.
Driver Performance - allows your drivers to improve. For every day invested into driver performance, the driver chosen will improve his performance by a small bit for the rest of the season.
Talent Evaluation - enables your team to assess a driver.

Only with the Talent Evaluation focus can drivers that are currently not under contract be used by your team. No superlicense is required for these drivers. The choice of driver does not influence the outcome of the session.

Just fill this out and we are ready to go:
Code: Select all
Team: Well, duh

April 16
Active: Yes/No
Task: Short Runs/Long Runs/Driver Performance/Talent Evaluation/None
Driver:

April 17
Active: Yes/No
Task: Short Runs/Long Runs/Driver Performance/Talent Evaluation/None
Driver:

April 18
Active: Yes/No
Task: Short Runs/Long Runs/Driver Performance/Talent Evaluation/None
Driver:


Please post your testing plans before August 7, 12:00 pm BST.

They talk about the failure of socialism, but where is the success of capitalism in Africa, Asia and Latin America?

Socialism doesn't mean taking wealth from those who work hard and giving it to those who don't. You're thinking of capitalism.
by Miguel98 28 Jul 2019, 21:35
Team: Calinetic

April 16
Active: No
Task: N/A
Driver:

April 17
Active: Yes
Task: Talent Evaluation
Driver: Lucas Légeret

April 18
Active: Yes
Task: Short Runs
Driver: Pascal Wehrlein

Mario on Gutierrez after the Italian Grand Prix wrote:He's no longer just a bit of a tool, he's the entire tool set.


18-07-2015: Forever in our hearts Jules.
25-08-2015: Forever in our hearts Justin.
by Wizzie 30 Jul 2019, 08:34
Team: Precision

September 15
Active: No

September 16
Active: No

September 17
Active: No

Biscione wrote:"Some Turkemenistani gulag repurposed for residential use" is the best way yet I've heard to describe North / East Glasgow.
by Pinkd56 30 Jul 2019, 16:05
Team: Red Bull

April 16
Active: NO
Task: N/A
Driver: N/A

April 17
Active: Yes
Task: Long Runs
Driver: Daniel Melrose

April 18
Active: NO
Task: N/A
Driver: N/A
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by Wizzie 01 Aug 2019, 10:36
Autosport wrote:Melrose livid with Red Bull test snub

Red Bull driver Daniel Melrose was absolutely livid today after Red Bull announced their provisional test program at the upcoming open test at Monza. The former four-time world champion has been right in the mix for the championship battle throughout 2020, and was not impressed by the decisions the team has made.

"This team has a golden opportunity to make up ground on our championship rivals, and frankly I fear we're about to squander it away," lamented Melrose. "I was looking forward to putting in three days of solid work to improve both myself and the car going forward, and this is what we get."

The 35 year old German-Australian went further, saying that if the team didn't take advantage of the unique position they're in, they may not find themselves in title contention in future seasons.

"Now is the time to win. Precision and Caterham have both decided to hold their positions heading into the last few races of the year. We have to go all-in now and go for a title that is within our grasp, rather than hope for a future that will probably never come. We will not have a season in the foreseeable future where teams with quicker cars have stumbled as often as they have. I'm already on the wrong side of 35 having my best season in nearly a decade, and I feel we have what it takes to climb to the top of the mountain this year with maximum attack."

Melrose currently sits 3rd in the championship after two races wins this season with six races to go, 33.5 points behind current championship leader Jules Bianchi.

Biscione wrote:"Some Turkemenistani gulag repurposed for residential use" is the best way yet I've heard to describe North / East Glasgow.
by novitopoli 01 Aug 2019, 20:38
Team: Williams

September 15
Active: Yes
Task: Short Runs
Driver: Marvin Kirchhöfer

September 16
Active: No

September 17
Active: No

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 Pinkd56 01 Aug 2019, 21:12
Pinkd56 wrote:Team: Red Bull

April 16
Active: NO
Task: N/A
Driver: N/A

April 17
Active: Yes
Task: Long Runs
Driver: Daniel Melrose

April 18
Active: NO
Task: N/A
Driver: N/A
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by Gertrand Bachot 13 Aug 2019, 19:11
Testing Report:
Calinetic: +30 qualifying grip, The engineers believe Lucas Légeret would be a downgrade from Einar Ármannsson and Pascal Wehrlein at this moment.
Toyota: The engineers believe Sho Tsuboi would be a minor downgrade from either James James Davies or Kazuki Nakajima at this moment.
Red Bull: +20 race grip
Williams: +10 qualifying grip


Budgets, price money and sponsorship after the second mid-season test of the 2020 season:
+ Calinetic (miguel98) - €14,000,000
+ Caterham (kevinbotz) - €32,000,000
+ Dawson (petoli) - €6,000,000
+ FAST (Aerond) - €41,500,000
+ Ferrari (Biscione) - €26,500,000
+ Mansell (RealRacingRoots) - €29,000,000
+ Precision (wizzie) - €29,000,000
+ Red Bull (Pinkd56) - €58,000,000
+ Sauber (East Londoner) - €14,500,000
+ Theodore (Salamander) - €27,000,000
+ Toyota (Reject_Dom) - €11,000,000
+ Williams (novitopoli) - €31,000,000

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Regarding the users that failed to report back in time:
Dexter249 has been excluded from the game and has been officially replaced by Pinkd56 at Red Bull. Aerond and Biscione have also been excluded from the game and their teams, FAST and Ferrari, await new managers. East Londoner has verbally given me his wish to cease control of Sauber, so he shall. Sauber also await a new manager. I now require all users on the waiting list to report back to me, telling me the team they wish to take over.

They talk about the failure of socialism, but where is the success of capitalism in Africa, Asia and Latin America?

Socialism doesn't mean taking wealth from those who work hard and giving it to those who don't. You're thinking of capitalism.
by Klon 13 Aug 2019, 19:19
I would like to take control of Ferrari, unless Bandon23, who is ahead of me in the waiting list, has a desire to take control of them. Should that be the case, I'd volunteer to take over FAST.

Pasta on racing driver LARP:
Pasta - It would be pretty sad if a bunch of guys and a girl from around the world were just sat on the tarmac at Donington making brrrrm sounds.
Pasta - "Great session guys, see you at Imola in two weeks time."
by Bandon23 18 Aug 2019, 13:31
Klon wrote:I would like to take control of Ferrari, unless Bandon23, who is ahead of me in the waiting list, has a desire to take control of them. Should that be the case, I'd volunteer to take over FAST.


I'll go and take control of it, but if it fails anyway I'll hope for another upcoming chance.
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by Gertrand Bachot 18 Aug 2019, 13:32
Bandon23 wrote:
Klon wrote:I would like to take control of Ferrari, unless Bandon23, who is ahead of me in the waiting list, has a desire to take control of them. Should that be the case, I'd volunteer to take over FAST.


I'm probably going to take control of it, but if it fails anyway I'll hope for another upcoming chance.

Would you like to control Sauber instead?

They talk about the failure of socialism, but where is the success of capitalism in Africa, Asia and Latin America?

Socialism doesn't mean taking wealth from those who work hard and giving it to those who don't. You're thinking of capitalism.
by Bandon23 18 Aug 2019, 13:37
Gertrand Bachot wrote:
Bandon23 wrote:
Klon wrote:I would like to take control of Ferrari, unless Bandon23, who is ahead of me in the waiting list, has a desire to take control of them. Should that be the case, I'd volunteer to take over FAST.


I'm probably going to take control of it, but if it fails anyway I'll hope for another upcoming chance.

Would you like to control Sauber instead?


Good idea, yes. I'll take Sauber other than Ferrari because it feels like a professional control. Won't rule it out, so let Klon manage Ferrari instead of me.

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