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Alt-WSBK 1990

Welcome to the last decade before the new millenium!

In 1990, here is what's happening:

-Glasgow is about to become a european capital of culture (Lol)

-the internet begins its first foray into commercial use in the US and the Netherlands

-yugoslavia is about to collapse

-McDonald's opens its first ever restaurant in the collapsing USSR in Moscow

-Nelson Mandela is finally freed after 27 years in prison.

-Germany is bound to reunite as one country again

-The Nintendo World Championships was held all year-long over 29 american cities.

-the Sega Genesis is starting to give nintendo some trouble in the european and north american markets, however, with its adaptation of the arcade hit Super Monaco GP becoming one of its main killer app.


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Meanwhile, the World Superbike Championship, in now its third year if existence, is now in a time of turmoil. Increased concerns over the safety of many of the tracks on the calendar prompted Maurizio Flammini and FG Group to finally take action. Gone were tracks such as Paul Ricard, Imola and Oran Park, and in comes the returning Le Mans Bugatti Circuit, the temple of speed Monza, the Jerez de la Plata circuit in spain and the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit. The destination for the american round of the championship remains unknown, however, with many suitors, including previous hosts road america, laguna seca, the portland international raceway and Road Atlanta, being at the forefront of the bidding war, while the championship remains undecided whether they will accept the malaysian government's offer of organising a round at the new Shah Alah circuit.

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Meanwhile, on the teams and riders front, the first glances predicts Ducati and Honda to continue their fight for titles heading into the first year of the new decade. 1989 world champion Fred Merkel and Raymond Roche are expected to come back to their respective teams, albeit they might be looking for new teamates. Stéphane Mertens has been rather disappointing onboard the Fast by Ferracci Ducati, while Carl Fogarty might be looking for a more favorable ride elsewhere should his demands not be met by Team Rumi RCM Honda boss Oscar Rumi.

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Elsewhere, Bimota debuts its radical new bike, the Tesi 1/D, powered by the same V-Twin desmo engine as the Ducati 851 Strada underneath a sturdy-looking chassis build once again by massimo tamburini, although it remains to be seen whether the rumours of the engine having suboptimal reliability is based in reality or not.

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Norton, meanwhile, brought some needed upgrades to their RCW588 courtesy of lead designer and engineer Brian Crighton. They appear to be the favorites to move up the hierarchy this season, especially thanks to the money brought in by new sponsor John Player Special.


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Finally, in perhaps the biggest news on the riders market, multi-time 500cc World Motorcycle champion Freddie Spencer has announced that he did not renew his contract with the Marlboro Agostini Yamaha team, and is now a free agent. While many expect him to go back to 500cc, he said he was open to return to the AMA national championship or even take his chance at World Superbikes. Expect all of his suitors to be ready to splash the cash, though.


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Welcome to Alt-WSBK 1990!

ALL USERS WHO PARTICIPATED IN ALT-WSBK 89, PLEASE CONFIRM YOUR PRESENCE.

1990 Schedule:

1. Jerez De la Plata-17-18 March
2. Donington Park, GP Layout- 16-17 april
3. Hungaroring- 28-29 April
4. Hockenheim- 5-6 may
5. Mosport Park- 2-3 june
6. America- 9-10 june
7. Osterreichring- 30 june-1 july
8. Le Mans- 7-8 July
9. Monza- July 28-29
10. Estoril- 25-26 August
11. Sugo- 8-9 september
12. Phillip Island- 22-23 Spetember
13. Shah Alah- 6-7 October (pending voting results)


1. What track shall host the american round for 1990? Here are a list of suitable tracks:

Road america
Laguna seca
Road Atlanta
Portland internafional raceway
Sonoma
Brainerd International Raceway

Feel free to suggest your own!



2. Shall we add Shah Alah to the 1990 schedule?

Ruleset and entries coming soon.
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Rob Muzzy returns, and we're interested in Freddie Spencer and maybe even Carl Fogerty if we can get our hands on either.

1. Laguna Seca seems a good track to run the US race on.

2. I'm going to say no.
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Team Green Kawasaki Deutschland returns to its part-time schedule. As it would not enter either race, it will abstain from the vote in the interest of fairness.
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I would appreciate it if we could sign up before the upcoming maintenance pls.

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BP Racing will return for 1990.
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I'm going to post my interest in running a team in this despite my very limited knowledge of Bike Racing.
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Lucky Strike Fior will compete for another season
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Flor Bath shall return for another year, hopefully one less fruitless than the previous two. :deletraz:
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[quote=Cycle World""]Yamaha Factory Team Sweepstakes begins!

Following some rather disappointing campaigns in the first two years of the World Superbike Championship, Japanese Manufacturer Yamaha has announced that they will invest more time and money into achieving success in the series, announcing that they are actively looking for partners to team up with in order to field a factory squad for the upcoming 1990 WSBK season.

Among the front running candidates are the Hertford-based Harris Performance products team, running under the name BP Harris racing, who have considerable experience tuning yamaha bikes in both the british market and the british superbike series along with competing with Yamaha bikes in WSBK, and australia's Jeff Hardwick, whose WSBK outfit have achieved a few decent results so far.

However, a dark horse emerges in the french-based team Petronas Tech3. Guy Coulon's outfit has achieved some really good results with fellow countryman Dominique Sarron behind the handlebars of the Yamaha FZR-750 OW01, and generally impressing with how well run the small Var outfit are. Rumour also has it that, should Tech3 end up with the Yamaha works deal, that the japanese firm might also help fund their entry into Grand Prix Motorcycle racing, giving them a Yamaha YZR250 bike for use in the 250cc Category as soon as this year.

More to follow in the coming days.

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Chrighton Engineering will return to World Superbike as the Norton factory team, keen on bringing the British flag and the superior Wankel engine around the world.
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Bimota is back.
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Petronas shall remain for another year of mediocrity.
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Yoshimura Suzuki will return for another year
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Alright, now its time for the next phase of the pre-season!


1990 Alt-WSBK Spreadsheet HERE:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... p=drivesdk

Alt-WSBK 1990 Ruleset

UPGRADES

Upgrades work the same as alt-mario kart. 1-10 RNGs. The higher the chosen stat's current value is, the higher the RNG number needs to be for the upgrade to succeed.

ONLY FACTORY/CURRENT SPEC BIKES CAN BE UPGRADED.

There will be 3 upgrade windows: after Hungary, after america and after italy

Chassis Upgrade:
Chassis Upgrade: $100,000

Engine upgrade: $120,000

ENTRIES

Users are limited to 1 Manufacturer, 1 full time privateer and 2 part-time privateers (including one-offs)


ALL TEAMS CAN ENTER A MAXIMUM NUMBER OF 2 BIKES ONLY

FACTORY TEAMS

Each Factory Team entry must have two main riders under contract.
Factory team entries must enter 2 bikes in every race weekend of the season to be classified for the Manufacturer Championship.
If a Factory team entry finishes the season with a negative budget, that manufacturer will leave the series for the next season, as it will deem the investment isn’t worth it given the obtained results. Treat your finances with care!


Privateer entries budget will be calculated based on the following percentage of the schedule they enter:
>=75% - $250,000
50-75% - $125,000
25-50% - $75,000
<=25% - $25,000

Riders
Both real life and canon Riders can be used.
Performance for Riders will be based both on canon results and real-life results.
In case a canon Rider doesn’t have any previous background associated, he’ll get his performance determined by RNG.
Riders have a minimum wage of £5,000 per round.
Riders can be released of their contract, but the team will have to pay them their full contract worth in money.
Team owners don’t require a wage.


Pay-Riders
Pay-Riders do not require a minimum wage.
A rriver can be classified as a pay-rider when it is associated with a certain sponsor.
Based on the sponsor, the rider will be determined to be a tier-1 or tier-2 pay-driver.
Tier-1 pay-rider: Can bring a minimum of £40,000 a year and a maximum of £80,000 a year.
Tier-2 Pay-rider: Can bring a minimum of £10,000 a year and a maximum of £40,000 a year.
The amount of money each pay-rider brings to a team will be determined by RNG.
The amount of money each pay-rider brings is also calculated based on the percentage of races that he’ll run during the season.
If a pay-rider gets released by a team while under contract, the team will have to pay them back their sponsorship plus 20% of that values for damages to sponsor trust.


ENTRY FORM

Team Name:
Team Country:
Bike:
Number of bikes:
Number of rounds:

Rider Name:
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal):
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2):
Rounds:
Wage (per round):

Team budgets

Factory Teams

Fast by Ferracci-Ducati 650,000$ (available)
Team Rumi RCM Honda 450,000$ (Available, unless John Rafael returns)
Bimota Corse 600,000$ (PinkD56)
Yoshimura Racing Suzuki 500,000$ (Dom)
Rob Muzzy Racing Kawasaki 530,000$ (Sir Rob Dylan)
Moriwaki Engineering Honda semi-Works 300,000$ (available)
BP Harris Racing Yamaha : 420,000$ (Pasta)
Crighton Engineering Norton 380,000$ (Novitopoli)

Prize Mone for the races

1st - 20,000$
2nd- 17,000$
3rd - 15,000$
4th - 13,000$
5th - 11,000$
6th - 10,000$
7th - 9,000$
8th - 8,000$
9th - 7,000$
10th - 6,000$
11th - 5,000$
12th - 4,000$
13th - 3,000$
14th - 2,000$
15th and above- 1,000$

Points system

1st - 20
2nd - 17
3rd - 15
4th - 13
5th - 11
6th - 10
7th - 9
8th - 8
9th - 7
10th - 6
11th - 5
12th - 4
13th - 3
14th - 2
15th - 1
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Chrighton Engineering offers:

Rider 1
Joey Dunlop (7k/round)
Rob McElnea (7k/round)
Terry Rymer (7k/round)

Rider 2
Darren Dixon (7k/round)
Ron Haslam (7k/round)
Steve Hislop (7k/round)

As for the votes:
- Brainerd International Raceway is a historic venue for Superbike racing in America. World Superbike needs to go there.
- Yes to Shah Alah.
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Flor Bath Honda will again field two bikes, but with lineup changes:

Rider 1:
Zoè Ferrer (minimum wage)

Rider 2:
Marina Knezovic (DEC: Me, Nationality: Yugoslavia (SR Croatia)), also minimum wage

As for the votes:
1. What track shall host the american round for 1990? Here are a list of suitable tracks.
Brainerd International Raceway.

2. Shall we add Shah Alah to the 1990 schedule?
Yes.
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Rumi RCM Bids


Rider Name: Fred Merkel
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: No.
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): 24k

Rider Name: Carl Fogarty
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): 10k

If either decline:
Rider Name: Freddie Spencer
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): 10k


Now for my votes.

1. Laguna Seca takes it by far.

2. No.
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Petronas Yamaha Biddies
Bike : Yamaha FZR-750 OW01 (1 entry)


Rider Name: Dominique Sarron
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: No.
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): 8k

Rider Name: Peter Goddard
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): 8k

If either refuse:
Rider Name: Michael Dawson
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): 8k


Now for my votes.

1. Road Atlanta pls

2. Ah, hell yeah!
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Team Name: Team Green Kawasaki Deutschland
Team Country: Federal Republic of Germany
Bike: Kawasaki ZXR-750 90
Number of bikes: 2 if Pirovano or Andersson sign, 1 otherwise
Number of rounds: All European

Rider Name: Fabrizio Pirovano
Rider Status #1
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All European
Wage (per race): £13,000


Rider Name: Anders Andersson
Rider Status #1
Pay-Rider: Yes, Tier 2
Rounds: All European
Wage (per race): lol

Rider Name: Michael Galinski
Rider Status #2, if #1 signs, otherwise irrelevant
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All European
Wage (per race): £5,000

Rider Name: Udo Mark
Rider Status #2, if #1 signs, otherwise irrelevant
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All European
Wage (per race): £5,000

Rider Name: Peter Rubatto
Rider Status #2, if #1 signs, otherwise irrelevant
Pay-Rider: Yes, Tier 2
Rounds: All European
Wage (per race): lol
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Team Name: BP Harris with Yamaha Racing
Team Country: United Kingdom
Bike: Yamaha FZR750R OW01
Number of bikes: 2
Number of rounds: All

Bike 1
Rider Name: Carl Fogarty
Rider Status Equal
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): £13,000

Rider Name: Raymond Roche
Rider Status Equal
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): £13,000

Rider Name: Tadahiko Taira
Rider Status Equal
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): £10,000

Bike 2
Rider Name: "Slick" Marty Bethridge
DEC: Pinkd56
Rider Status Equal
Pay-Rider: Yes
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): N/A
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Team Name: Yoshimura Racing
Team Country: USA
Bike: Suzuki GSX-R750
Number of bikes: 2
Number of rounds: All

Bike 1
Rider Name: Doug Polen
Rider Status: #1
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): £12,500

Rider Name: Rob Phillis
Rider Status: #1
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): £12,500

Rider Name: Freddie Spencer
Rider Status: #1
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): £12,500

Bike 2
Rider Name: Scott Russell
Rider Status: #2
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): £7,500

Rider Name: Ron Haslam
Rider Status: #2
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): £7,500

Rider Name: Miguel Duhamel
Rider Status: #2
Pay-Rider: Yes
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): N/A

1. Laguna Seca
2. Yes
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Team Name: Bimota Corse
Team Country: Italy
Bike: Bimota Tesi 1/D x2
Number of bikes: 2
Number of rounds: All (for the two main riders)

Bike 1: (Bimota Tesi 1/D)
Rider Name: Davide Tardozzi
Rider Status: #1
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): £15,000

Rider Name: Alex Vieira
Rider Status: Equal (if Tardozzi doesn't sign)
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): £11,000

Rider Name: Fausto Gresini
Rider Status: Equal (if Tardozzi doesn't sign)
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): £11,000

Bike 2: (Bimota Tesi 1/D)
Rider Name: Alex Vieira
Rider Status: #2
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): £11,000

Rider Name: Fausto Gresini
Rider Status: Equal (if Tardozzi doesn't sign), #2 (if Tardozzi does sign)
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): £11,000

Rider Name: Giancarlo Falappa
Rider Status: Equal (if Tardozzi doesn't sign), #2 (if Tardozzi does sign)
Pay-Rider: No
Rounds: All
Wage (per race): £11,000
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Team: Lucky Strike Fior
Bike: Bimota YB4
Number of Bikes: 1
Number of Rounds: All

Bike 1
Fabrizio Pirovano (Equal - 8k, All)
Giancarlo Falappa (Equal - 8k, All)
Fausto Gresini (Equal - 8k, All)
Baldassarre Monti (Equal - 4k, All)
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Alright let's do this.

Team Name: Rob Muzzy Racing Image
Team Country: The U S of A Image
Bike: Kawasaki ZXR-750 90
Number of bikes: 2
Number of rounds: All

BIKE 1 DESIRES (the American seat) Image
Rider Name: Fred Merkel Image
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): If hired, he would be #1
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): No, absolutely not
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): $24,000. He's championship material, he deserves the best wage.

Bid two would be:
Rider Name: Doug Chandler Image (to hire back again)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): No
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): $12,000. He's been ok, dependable, but hasn't shown he's able to win big.

Bid three would be:
Rider Name: Doug Polen Image
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): No
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): $10,000.


BIKE 2 DESIRES (the international seat)
Rider Name: Raymond Roche Image
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): If hired, he would be #1, unless we got Fred Merkel, in which case Raymond would be #2. Merkel is after all a champion
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): No
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): $20,000.

Bid 2:
Rider Name: Davide Tardozzi Image
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): #2 definitely. He's fast but not reliable enough to be champion. Might just win some races though.
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): No
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): $16,000.

Bid 3:
Rider Name: Carl Fogarty Image
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal except if we get Merkel
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): No
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): $16,000.
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Team Name: Fast by Ferracci
Team Country: Italy
Bike: Ducati 851 Strada 90
Number of bikes: 2
Number of rounds: All

Rider Name: Raymond Roche (FRA)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): no
Rounds: all
Wage (per round): 25,000$


Rider Name: Freddie Spencer (USA)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): No
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): 14,000$


Rider Name: Carl Fogarty (GBR)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): no
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): 14,000$


Rider Name: Doug Chandler (USA)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): no
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): 10,000$


Rider Name: Fabrizio Pirovano (ITA)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): no
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): 10,000$


Team Name: Moriwaki Engineering
Team Country: Japan
Bike: Honda RC30 90
Number of bikes: 2
Number of rounds: All

Rider 1

Rider Name: Stéphane Mertens (BEL)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): #1
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): no
Rounds: all
Wage (per round): 10,000$


Rider Name: Fabrizio Pirovano (ITA)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): #1
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): No
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): 10,000$


Rider Name: Bubba Shobert (USA)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): #1
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): no
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): 8,000$


RIDER 2



Rider Name: Shinichi Itoh (JPN)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): #2
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): yes, tier 2, Japan Tobacco
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): lol


Rider Name: Shunji Yatsushiro (JPN)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): #2
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): 2, Toshiba
Rounds: all
Wage (per round): lol


Team Name: Hardwick Racing
Team Country: Australia
Bike: Kawasaki ZXR-750 90
Number of bikes: 2
Number of rounds: all


Rider Name: Peter Goddard (AUS)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): no
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): minimum wage


Rider Name: Aaron Slight (NZL)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): no
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): minimum wage


Team Name: Squadra Lucchinelli Corse (ITA)
Team Country: Italy
Bike: Ducati 851 Strada 89
Number of bikes: 1
Number of rounds: All


Rider Name: Giancarlo Falappa (ITA)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal):
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): no
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): 10,000$


Rider Name: Fabrizio Pirovano (ITA)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal):
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): no
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): 10,000$


Rider Name: Baldassare Monti (ITA)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal):
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): No
Rounds: All
Wage (per round): 7,000$


Team Name: Neil Thruxton Racing
Team Country: Great Britain
Bike: Ducati 851 Strada 89
Number of bikes: 2
Number of rounds: Europe only


Rider Name: Terry Rymer (GBR)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): #1
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): NO
Rounds: Europe Only
Wage (per round): 7,000$

Rider Name: Roger Burnett (GBR)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): #1
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): NO
Rounds: Europe only
Wage (per round): 7,000$

Rider 2 already confirmed to be Rui Coelho by Frogfoot.


Team Name: Pennanen Racing
Team Country: Finland
Bike: Suzuki GSX-R750
Number of bikes: 2
Number of rounds: All

Rider Name: Jari Suhonen (FIN)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): yes, Tier 1, Uponor
Rounds: all
Wage (per round): minimum wage


Rider Name: Michael Dowson (AUS)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): no
Rounds: all
Wage (per round): minimum wage


Team Name: Römer Racing
Team Country: Switzerland
Bike: Yamaha FZR 750 OW01 89
Number of bikes: 2
Number of rounds: Germany, Austria, France, Italy.

Rider Name: Andreas Hoffman (SUI)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): yes, Tier 2, Lindt
Rounds: Germany, Austria, Italy, France
Wage (per round): lol


Rider Name: Gianluigi Spinelli (ITA) (DEC: John Rafael. However, since he hasn't been seen in a while, i'll temporarily take him over)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): yes, Tier 2, Barilla
Rounds: Italy
Wage (per round): lol


Rider Name: Peter Rubatto (GER)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): yes, Tier 2, Hein Gricke
Rounds: Germany, Austria
Wage (per round): lol


Team Name: Vances and Hines Racing
Team Country: USA
Bike: Yamaha FZR-750 OW01
Number of bikes: 2
Number of rounds: America, Canada

Rider Name: Dale Quaterley (USA)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): no
Rounds: America
Wage (per round): minimum Wages


Rider Name: Miguel Duhamel (CAN)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): yes, Tier 2, Canadian Tire
Rounds: America, Canada
Wage (per round): lol


Rider Name: Jacques Guenette (CAN)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal): Equal
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): Yes, Tier 1, NAPA
Rounds: Canada
Wage (per round): lol

Team Name: Scuderia Broccolli
Team Country: Italy
Bike: Ducati 851 Strada 88
Number of bikes: 1
Number of rounds: Italy, France, Austria, Germany

Rider Name: Massimo Broccolli (ITA)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal):
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2):
Rounds: Italy, France, Germany, Austria
Wage (per round): 0$, Team Owner.

Team Name: team Wanty
Team Country: Belgium
Bike: Honda RC30 89
Number of bikes: 1
Number of rounds: France, Italy, Austria, Germany, Britain

Rider Name: René Delaby (BEL)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal):
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): no
Rounds: France, Italy, Austria, Germany, Britain
Wage (per round): minimum wage

Team Name: Équipe Bolle
Team Country: France
Bike: Yamaha FZR 750 OW01
Number of bikes: 1
Number of rounds: France, Germany, Britain, Italy, Spain, Portugal

Rider Name: Pierre Bolle (FRA)
Rider Status (#1, #2, Equal):
Pay-Rider: (yes/no, and must precise if tier 1 or 2): no
Rounds: France, Germany, Britain, Italy, Spain, Portugal
Wage (per round): $0, Team Owner.
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Re: Alt-WSBK 90: Ride on time

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Alt-WSBK round of Spain


Race 1
1) Raymond Roche-Ducati
2) Doug Polen-Suzuki
3) Doug Chandler-kawasaki
4) Fabrizio Pirovano-Ducati
5) Dominique Sarron-Yamaha
6) Freddie Spencer-Honda
7) Darren Dixon-Norton
8) Marty Bethridge-Yamaha
9) Peter Goddard-Kawasaki
10) Giancarlo Falappa-Bimota
11) Shinichi Itoh-Honda
12) Alex Vieira-Bimota
13) Davide Tardozzi- Bimota
14) Aaron Slight-Kawasaki
15) Anders Andersson-Kawasaki

RACE 2

1) Carl Fogarty-Kawasaki
2) Freddie Spencer-Honda
3) Scott Russell-Suzuki
4) Doug Chandler-kawasaki
5) Doug Polen-Suzuki
6) Giancarlo Falappa-Bimota
7) Davide Tardozzi-Bimota
8) Darren Dixon-Norton
9) Marty Bethridge-Yamaha
10) Peter Goddard-Kawasaki
11) rob McElnea-Norton
12) Shinichi Itoh-Honda
13) Alex Vieira-Bimota
14) Michael Dowson-Suzuki
15) René Delaby-Honda


ALT-WSBK Round of Britain

Race 1

1) Doug Chandler-kawasaki
2) Raymond Roche-Ducati
3) Fred Merkel-Honda
4) Stéphane Mertens-Honda
5) Rob McElnea-Norton
6) Fabrizio Pirovano-Ducati
7) Darren Dixon-Norton
8) Scott Russell-Suzuki
9) Aaron Slight-Kawasaki
10) Marty Bethridge-Yamaha
11) Anders Andersson-Kawasaki
12) Michael Dowson-Suzuki
13) Terry Rymer-Ducati
14) Tadahiko Taira-Yamaha
15) René Delaby-Honda

Race 2

1) Doug Chandler-kawasaki
2) Carl Fogarty-Kawasaki
3) Doug Polen-Suzuki
4) Freddie Spencer-Honda
5) Fabrizio Pirovano-Ducati
6) Dominique Sarron-Yamaha
7) Rob McElnea-Norton
8) Shinichi Itoh-Honda
9) Giancarlo Falappa-Bimota
10) Marty Bethridge-Yamaha
11) Fred Merkel-Honda
12) Anders Andersson-Kawasaki
13) Peter Rubatto-Kawasaki
14) Davide Tardozzi-Bimota
15) Stéphane Mertens-Honda


Alt-WSBK Round of Hungary

Race 1

1) Doug Chandler-kawasaki
2) Fred Merkel-Honda
3) Raymond Roche-Ducati
4) Fabrizio Pirovano-Ducati
5) Doug Polen-Suzuki
6) Stéphane Mertens-Honda
7) Anders Andersson-Kawasaki
8) Dominique Sarron-Yamaha
9) Shinichi Itoh-Honda
10) Darren Dixon-Norton
11) Jari Suhonen-Suzuki
12) Michael Dowson-Suzuki
13) Peter Rubatto-Kawasaki
14) Baldassare Monti-Ducati
15) Zoè Ferrer-Honda

Race 2

1) Doug Polen-Suzuki
2) Fred Merkel-Honda
3) Raymond Roche-Ducati
4) Freddie Spencer-Honda
5) Peter Goddard-Kawasaki
6) Doug Chandler-kawasaki
7) Marty Bethridge-Yamaha
8) Rob McElnea-Norton
9) Fabrizio Pirovano-Ducati
10) Giancarlo Falappa-Bimota
11) Scott Russell-Suzuki
12) Aaron Slight-Kawasaki
13) Davide Tardozzi-Bimota
14) Alex Vieira-Bimota
15) Baldassarre Monti-Ducati



UGRADES ARE NOW OPEN!

Here's a reminder of the upgrades and their prices.


UPGRADES

Upgrades work the same as alt-mario kart. 1-10 RNGs. The higher the chosen stat's current value is, the higher the RNG number needs to be for the upgrade to succeed.


There will be 3 upgrade windows: after Hungary, after america and after italy

Chassis Upgrade:
Chassis Upgrade: $100,000

Engine upgrade: $120,000

Here are your current budgets:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... p=drivesdk

YOU HAVE UNTIL NEXT WEDNESDAY TO PUT IN YOUR UPGRADES.
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Re: Alt-WSBK 90: Ride on time

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Alright, if nobody else wants it, I will take that sexy engine upgrade.
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Re: Alt-WSBK 90: Ride on time

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Rob Muzzy will also go for an engine upgrade.
Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


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Re: Alt-WSBK 90: Ride on time

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I'll just put it here

Moriwaki Engineering will buy a chassis upgrade. We will create a new chassis known as the Zero VX-7.

Fast by Ferracci will buy a chassis upgrade.
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Re: Alt-WSBK 90: Ride on time

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Alt-WSBK 1990



Round of Germany

RACE 1 results
1) Raymond Roche-Ducati
2) Alex Vieira-Vieira-Bimota
3) Doug Chandler-kawasaki
4) Fred Merkel-Honda
5) Rob McElnea-Norton
6) Darren Dixon-Norton
7) Tadahiko Taira-Yamaha
8) Fabrizio Pirovano-Ducati
9) Davide Tardozzi-Bimota
10) Shinichi Itoh-Honda
11) Doug Polen-Suzuki
12) Pierre Bolle-Yamaha
13) Marina Knezovic-Honda
14) Rui Coelho-Ducati
15) Peter Goddard-Kawasaki

RACE 2
1) Freddie Spencer-Honda
2) Davide Tardozzi-Bimota
3) Marty Bethridge-Yamaha
4) Fabrizio Pirovano-Ducati
5) Rob McElnea-Norton
6) Carl Fogarty-Kawasaki
7) Dominique Sarron-Yamaha
8) Fred Merkel-Honda
9) Doug Chandler-Kawasaki
10) Tadahiko Taira-Yamaha
11) Shinichi Itoh-Honda
12) Scott Russell-Suzuki
13) Aaron Slight-Kawasaki
14) Stéphane Mertens-Honda
15) Giancarlo Falappa-Bimota



Round of Canada

1) Fred Merkel-Honda
2) Raymond Roche-Ducati
3) Carl Fogarty-Kawasaki
4) Rob McElnea-Norton
5) Doug Chandler-kawasaki
6) Marty Bethridge-Yamaha
7) Fabrizio Pirovano-Ducati
8) Doug Polen-Suzuki
9) Peter Goddard-Kawasaki
10) Stéphane Mertens-Honda
11) Davide Tardozzi-Bimota
12) Jari Suhonen-Suzuki
13) Shinichi Itoh-Honda
14) Miguel Duhamel-Honda
15) Tadahiko Taira-Yamaha

RACE 2
1) Carl Fogarty-Kawasaki
2) Freddie Spencer-Honda
3) Fred Merkel-Honda
4) Raymond Roche-Ducati
5) Rob McElnea-Norton
6) Fabrizio Pirovano
7) Scott Russell-Suzuki
8) Shinichi Itoh-Honda
9) Aaron Slight-Kawasaki
10) Stéphane Mertens-Honda
11) Darren Dixon-Norton
12) Tadahiko Taira-Yamaha
13) Peter Goddard-Kawasaki
14) Jari Suhonen-Suzuki
15) Zoé Ferrer-Honda

Round of America

Race 1
1) Raymond Roche-Ducati
2) Doug Chandler-kawasaki
3) Fred Merkel-Honda
4) Doug Polen-Suzuki
5) Davide Tardozzi-Bimota
6) Marty Bethridge-Yamaha
7) Carl Fogarty-Kawasaki
8) Alex Vieira-Bimota
9) Shinichi Itoh-Honda
10) Aaron Slight-Kawasaki
11) Dominique Sarron-Yamaha
12) Darren Dixon-Dixon-Norton
13) Scott Russell-Suzuki
14) Peter Goddard-Kawasaki
15) Tadahiko Taira-Yamaha

Race 2
1) Raymond Roche-Ducati
2) Fred Merkel-Honda
3) Carl Fogarty-Kawasaki
4) Freddie Spencer-Honda
5) Doug Polen-Suzuki
6) Fabrizio Pirovano-Ducati
7) Davide Tardozzi-Bimota
8) Shinichi Itoh-Honda
9) Stéphane Mertens-Honda
10) Tadahiko Taira-Yamaha
11) Rob McElnea-Norton
12) Darren Dixon-Norton
13) Aaron Slight-Kawasaki
14) Miguel Duhamel-Honda
15) Peter Goddard-Kawasak
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Re: Alt-WSBK 90: Ride on time

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Standings after 6 rounds

Roche 157
Chandler 148
Merkel 140
Polen 111
Fogarty 106
Spencer 103
Pirovano 92
Rob McElnea 83
Marty Bethridge 71
Tardozzi 66
Itoh 63
Darren Dixon 55
Mertens 45
Scott Russell 44
Goddard 38
Alex Vieira 34
Aaron Slight 32


BUDGETS ARE UPDATED!

You can find your team's budgets Here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... p=drivesdk


UPGRADE WINDOW IS NOW OPEN!!

Remember the prices!

Chassis Upgrade: $100,000
Engine Upgrade: $120,000

YOU HAVE UNTIL SUNDAY (SUNDAY SUNDAY) TO PUT IN YOUR UPGRADES
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Re: Alt-WSBK 90: Ride on time

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Bimota chassis upgrade please.
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Re: Alt-WSBK 90: Ride on time

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No upgrades for Rob Muzzy thank you.
Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


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Re: Alt-WSBK 90: Ride on time

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Alt-WSBK 1990 round of Austria

Race 1

1) Raymond roche
2) Alex Vieira
3) Davide Tardozzi
4) Doug Chandler
5) fred merkel
6) carl fogarty
7) Freddie Spencer
8) Doug Polen
9) Marty Bethridge
10) Fabrizio Pirovano
11) Tadahiko Taira
12) Dominique Sarron
13) Giancarlo Falappa
14) Stéphane Mertens
15) Anders Andersson

Race 2

1) Raymond Roche
2) Alex Vieira
3) Davide Tardozzi
4) Scott Russell
5) Rob McElnea
6) Carl Fogarty
7) Fred Merkel
8) Doug Polen
9) Fabrizio Pirovano
10) Freddie Spencer
11) Giancarlo Falappa
12) Stéphane Mertens
13) Aaron Slight
14) Shinichi Itoh
15) Peter Rubatto


ROUND OF FRANCE

Race 1

1) Doug Chandler *
2) Fabrizio Pirovano
3) Freddie Spencer
4) Marty Bethridge
5) Darren Dixon
6) Shinichi Itoh
7) Rob McElnea
8) Doug Polen
9) Stéphane Mertens
10) Scott Russell
11) Peter Goddard
12) Giancarlo Falappa
13) Rui Coelho
14) Pierre Bolle
15) Peter Rubatto

Race 2

1) Fred Merkel
2) Raymond Roche
3) Freddie Spencer
4) Rob McElnea
5) Marty Bethridge
6) Davide Tardozzi
7) Alex Vieira
8) Dominique Sarron
9) Doug Polen
10) Fabrizio Pirovano
11) Scott Russell
12) Aaron Slight
13) Giancarlo Falappa
14) Shinichi Itoh
15) Anders Andersson


ROUND OF ITALY

Race 1

1) Raymond Roche
2) Freddie Spencer
3) Carl Fogarty
4) Rob McElnea
5) Marty Bethridge
6) Scott Russell
7) Davide Tardozzi
8) Dominique Sarron
9) Shinichi Itoh
10) Stéphane Mertens
11) Fabrizio Pirovano
12) Darren Dixon
13) Peter Rubatto
14) Anders Andersson
15) Giancarlo Falappa


Race 2

1) Carl Fogarty
2) Raymond Roche
3) Davide Tardozzi
4) Marty Bethridge
5) Alex Vieira
6) Doug Chandler
7) Darren Dixon
8) Rob McElnea
9) Freddie Spencer
10) Stéphane Mertens
11) Dominique Sarron
12) Peter Goddard
13) Tadahiko Taira
14) Baldassare Monti
15) Giancarlo Falappa


* Raymond Roche originally won race 1 of France, but he was disqualified for punting off Carl Fogarty on lap 1
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