The place for non-canon series, including all series that contain minimal or no references at all to the RWRS universe
by Gertrand Bachot 13 Jun 2018, 20:35
Qualifying
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Race
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DOTR: Derek Warwick, for taking his 1st career win with some actual overtaking (not much during the race, unless it was on Alessandro Nannini). HM to Ivan Capelli for holding his nerve and scoring points. In a Zakspeed.
ROTR: Alain Prost, for wasting the opportunity of a good result with a lazy spin. Also Ferrari, due to both cars having engine failures.

Damage Report
Ferrari 032/1 - £330,000 (repaired free of charge due to works contract)

Brabham BMW M12/13/1/1 - Write-Off (new engine supplied free of charge)

Arrows Alfa Romeo 890T/15 - £280,000 (repaired free of charge due to works contract)

Benetton BMW M12/13/16 - £400,000 (repaired free of charge due to semi-works contract) - 5 free repairs left

Ferrari 032/2 - £240,000 (repaired free of charge due to works contract)

Williams FW11/1 - £190,000

All damage must be repaired by Saturday 17th June.

Development opportunities are available and remain in the same format.

Gib meme quote pls
by Gertrand Bachot 14 Jun 2018, 17:02
Collieafc wrote:Williams will repair their chassis and place another 2 tokens for next years car

Williams 1987 chassis development
Improve Handling: -1 Handling for 1987 car - £720,000
Reduce Drag: -1 Drag for 1987 car - £864,000

Bleu wrote:Tyrrell uses two tokens. One to reduce weight and one for 1987 car.

Tyrrell chassis development
Reduce Weight: (max -10kg) -10kg - £720,000

Tyrrell 1987 chassis development
Reduce CFP: (max -500 CFP) -494 CFP for 1987 car - £864,000

Iso Masa wrote:Zakspeed is thrilled with points finish and celebrates it by using one engine token. :dance:

Engine Development Token 3: (max +10BHP) +9BHP - £720,000

Gib meme quote pls
by pasta_maldonado 15 Jun 2018, 07:05
McLaren will spend one token on next year’s car and one token on improving reliability. TAG/Porsche will spend one engine development token.

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 Dexter249 15 Jun 2018, 14:41
Benetton will follow the same format as the last, more tokens on next year's car.

Subaru Impreza till I die
#1 Antoine Lestage fan on GPR
"Crazy" Leo Urlichich Canada's Rally Pride! even though he's from Russia.


Rear end flying off since 1975.

Dexter249 wrote:"Just close your eyes.....It's time to let it go"
-Dexter,2016
by Gertrand Bachot 16 Jun 2018, 13:16
AdrianBelmonte_ wrote:Let's spend 1 (one) token on reducing weight for the current car... if there's any money available

You have enough money, so:
AGS Development
Reduce Weight: (max -10kg) -5kg - £500,000

pasta_maldonado wrote:McLaren will spend one token on next year’s car and one token on improving reliability. TAG/Porsche will spend one engine development token.

McLaren Development
1987 car: +37 Mechanical Grip - £1,036,800
Improve Reliability: (max -500 CFP) -69 CFP - £1,244,160

TAG/Porsche Engine Development
Engine Development Token 4: (max +10BHP) +6BHP - £864,000

takagi_for_the_win wrote:Lotus will spend one token on the 1987 car, and one token on reducing drag.

Cosworth will spend another token looking for power.

Lotus Development
1987 car: -304 CFP - £720,000
Reduce Drag: -1 Drag - £864,000

Ford Cosworth Engine Development
Engine Development Token 3: (max +10BHP) +2BHP - £720,000

Dexter249 wrote:Benetton will follow the same format as the last, more tokens on next year's car.

Benetton Development
1987 car: -1 Drag - -1 Handling - £1,584,000

SeedStriker wrote:Brabham will do 2 tokens for next year's car

Brabham Development
1987 car: -1 Drag - -5kg - £1,584,000

Gib meme quote pls
by Gertrand Bachot 30 Jun 2018, 16:35
Qualifying
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Race
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DOTR: Backmarker teams. Osella, Zakspeed and Minardi all scored points in the same race.
ROTR: Christian Danner, for crashing into Elio De Angelis and writing off his own chassis in the process.

Damage Report
Brabham BMW M12/13/1/2 - £220,000 (repaired free of charge due to works contract)

Williams Honda RA166E/2 - £920,000 (repaired free of charge due to works contract)

Minardi Honda RA166E/3 - £800,000

Ferrari 032/2 - £180,000 (repaired free of charge due to works contract)

Tyrrell Ford Cosworth GBA/4 - £160,000

Benetton BMW M12/13/16 - £520,000 (repaired free of charge due to semi-works contract) - 4 free repairs left

Tyrrell Ford Cosworth GBA/3 - £600,000

Arrows Alfa Romeo 890T/16 - £140,000 (repaired free of charge due to works contract)

Benetton B186/2 - Write Off

Lotus 98T/2 - £370,000

All damage must be repaired by Friday 6th July.

Development opportunities are available, with 3 new areas.

Gearbox Development
You may develop your gearbox, by putting your tokens into it. The area and improvement will be RNGed.

Driver Aids
You may develop driver aids, by again putting your tokens into it.

Facilities
You can build facilities, but by buying them with money instead if putting development tokens into them.

These are all on the spreadsheet.

There is also a wiki page, where I will be logging all of the results into tables, so keep your eye on that as well. (Edit it, if you wish)
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Gib meme quote pls
by Dexter249 01 Jul 2018, 16:01
We'll make another B186 and slap that engine in it for Danner, and as usual more work on next season's car.

Subaru Impreza till I die
#1 Antoine Lestage fan on GPR
"Crazy" Leo Urlichich Canada's Rally Pride! even though he's from Russia.


Rear end flying off since 1975.

Dexter249 wrote:"Just close your eyes.....It's time to let it go"
-Dexter,2016
by Iso Masa 01 Jul 2018, 17:26
Another points finish, that's good. Beaten by an Osella, that's not good...

Zakspeed would like to build following facilities:
-Carbon Fibre Construction Unit
-Testing Rig

Also let's spend one engine token. (What is our power output after that? I've lost track...)
by Collieafc 02 Jul 2018, 11:51
Williams will invest in a Testing Rig and research Anti-lock Brakes. If we can spare, some development for next years car too

DanielPT wrote:Life usually expires after 400 meters and always before reaching 2 laps or so. In essence, Life is short.
by Gertrand Bachot 31 Jul 2018, 14:08
Well, sorry for the, um... delay in activity regarding this series. I'm not going to provide a long drawn-out explanation for that, but time to get these upgrades out of the way.

Dexter249 wrote:We'll make another B186 and slap that engine in it for Danner, and as usual more work on next season's car.

Benetton 1987 car: -7kg - £800,000

Iso Masa wrote:Another points finish, that's good. Beaten by an Osella, that's not good...

Zakspeed would like to build following facilities:
-Carbon Fibre Construction Unit
-Testing Rig

Also let's spend one engine token. (What is our power output after that? I've lost track...)

Zakspeed Engine Token 4: +11 BHP (Total BHP: 801) - £800,000

This Could Be You wrote:Arrows will spend two more tokens on engine reliability.

Arrows Engine Tokens 2 and 3: -529 CFP (Max -1000) - £700,000

Collieafc wrote:Williams will invest in a Testing Rig and research Anti-lock Brakes. If we can spare, some development for next years car too

Williams 1987 car: -1 drag - £900,000

I shall be running Monaco soon.

Gib meme quote pls
by Gertrand Bachot 31 Jul 2018, 20:42
Qualifying
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Race
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DOTR: Alessandro Nannini. Fighting drive in the Arrows only stopped by unfortunate failure.
ROTR: Lapped cars. Andrea De Cesaris and Piercarlo Ghinzani ruined an entertaining battle for the lead with their failure to move out of the way.

Qualifying saw Alessandro Nannini take pole position in his Arrows, ahead of the Williams duo of Prost and Mansell. The other Arrows of Rosberg was 4th, with Brabham looking relatively strong on a track where they were expected to struggle. There wasn't many surprises elsewhere, aside from the poor performance of McLaren, Senna and Warwick only lining up on the 7th row on the grid, and at the back, Satoru Nakajima and Luis-Perez Sala failing to qualify, the Spaniard having not yet started a race in his AGS this year. At the start Nannini kept his lead, and what ensued was a several-car train behind him that lasted for over half of the race. Elsewhere, Derek Warwick was collected in the midfield chaos on the first lap, which knocked off his front wing and required a pit, which dropped him down to last place, with a lot of work to do. Early on Jonathan Palmer was out, his transmission not being up to the job. The award for the first error of the race, a few laps later, went to Ivan Capelli, who spun his Zakspeed on the approach to Mirabeau, then stalled it. Even though the German team have allegedly brought an upgraded engine to this race, this might be the wrong way to demonstrate it. Later on, we saw Christian Danner have a suspension failure in his Benetton, and subsequently crash out and give his team yet another repair bill. Then, after both Lolas had failures, Rene Arnoux clumsily overtook Gerhard Berger for 8th, though he almost ended both of their afternoons. Then, the backmarker chaos started. Nannini came up to lap Andrea De Cesaris, and the Minardi driver caused chaos. Due to his general ineptitude in dealing with being lapped, he split up the pack, and in the process destroyed the battle for the lead. The pitstop phase followed, and De Cesaris was finally lapped, although this was something of a false dawn, as one incompetent Italian backmarker lead directly onto another, as Piercarlo Ghinzani in his Osella came to be lapped. He managed to be even worse than De Cesaris, and managed to send Michele Alboreto straight into the wall at Massenet, causing his Ferrari to be completely written off in the process. As punishment Ghinzani had a puncture a few laps later, but then the field had to deal with another challenge. Monte Carlo's brutal attrition had begun to set in, and it would take several frontrunners as victim. The Brabhams of Boutsen and Johansson were first to go, all the more disappointing considering they were comfortably in the points at the time. Then, even more cruelly, Alessandro Nannini had his transmission fail on him whilst he was leading, with his rapidly blistering Pirelli tyres making the performance more impressive. Towards the end, Rene Arnoux and Derek Warwick tangled at the back of the field, both having to make pitstops (in Warwick's case, two) to rectify issues with the car. Then, with only 6 laps to go, Nigel Mansell's car gave up, with the final result being his Williams teammate Alain Prost winning the race, and Ayrton Senna finishing 2nd. Gerhard Berger finished 3rd and set the fastest lap, and Lotus netted their first points finish since Brazil, with Nelson Piquet leading Elio De Angelis home in 4th and 5th. Keke Rosberg gave Arrows minor consolation by finishing 6th, with Philippe Alliot looking like a podium contender, but faded in the final laps to end up 7th. Mike Thackwell got his first finish in 8th, with Alain Ferte giving AGS their first ever finish with 9th. Mansell was classified 10th, whilst Riccardo Patrese finished 11th for Zakspeed.

Damage Report
Christian Danner - Benetton B186/3 - £190,000

All previously standing damage remains.

Upgrades are allowed to be made, in the same format and with the same areas as before.

Gib meme quote pls
by AdrianBelmonte_ 04 Aug 2018, 10:49
As we've got some money, let's spend one (1) token on Reducing Weight and another one (1) on Increasing Mechanical Grip, let's hope for the best

Also, i've noticed you didn't counted the first token i used earlier in the season, i should have 13 (11 after this) tokens remaining

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#JusticeForFuego
by Gertrand Bachot 04 Aug 2018, 10:57
AdrianBelmonte_ wrote:Also, i've noticed you didn't counted the first token i used earlier in the season, i should have 13 (11 after this) tokens remaining

Oops :facepalm:. Should be fixed now.

Gib meme quote pls
by Gertrand Bachot 06 Aug 2018, 19:21
Upgrades after Round 4

Different upgrade post format, same stuff. Let's see how this works.

Tyrrell
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Drag loss of 1 point (Drag = 7 > Drag = 6). Cost was £900,000


AGS
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Weight loss of 4kg (Weight = 680kg > Weight = 676kg). Cost was £600,000.
Mechanical Grip increase of 48 points (Grip = 13773 > Grip = 13821). Cost was £700,000


Budgets should all be updated.

Small note: if you want to replace a driver at any point during the season, then either drop me a message on the forum PM service or on the chat, or post it directly on the thread, then I will provide you with the service that you need.

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