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F4 Race Calendar and Results / Re: [F4] Round 4: Spainish GP
« Last post by Musical Venom on Today at 08:10:02 am »
1.   Were you happy with your result in Russia?
Delighted.



2.   Where do you hope to qualify for this weekend’s race?
Top 5

3.   Who is your pick for the top 3 in the race?
I think its the most open race of the season so far.

4.   Has your pre-season pick for the drivers’ championship changed?
Nah, still 9 races to go.

5.   What has been your favourite track on this year’s game so far
Belgium

6.   How will Hamilton’s music career go after he retires from racing and will you be buying his album?
"Don't give a damn, you can call me Ham. I always been numba 1, just like in F1!"

:101:
 
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Formula 4 League (F4) / Re: [F4] From the Pitlane
« Last post by Cheater-Cheater-Cheater on Today at 03:27:34 am »
"In for a penny, in for a pound" says Cheater.


Cheater was once again on the podium, joined by title rivals MrGrumpy and FlyingFrome.

The 2017 PSGL F4 championship continued this week with round three in a soaking wet Sochi. Drivers struggled to stay on track in the damp conditions as the rain failed to ease up for the duration of the race. Cheater was able to capitalise on a small error from Friso and took the lead at the end of lap two. From there he was able to fend off the Force India driver for the rest of the first stint.

MrGrumpy, FlyingFrome and Friso traded places several times during the second half of the race, often a whisker away from heartbreak. This enabled Cheater to open a comfortable gap to the chasing pack as he cruised home for his second victory of the season. Elsewhere, BlueMosquito lost the championship lead as he fell down the order in the tricky conditions. Fresh from his win in Russia, we caught up with the the Sauber driver.


"Of course I'm happy to get another win. The pressure was on and I was able to withstand it. That was something I wasn't sure of going into this race, how would I cope with such intense pressure from a racer as quick as Friso? It certainly gives me a little bit of confidence going forward. It was also nice to banish the bad memories I have of this place. I've only raced here the one time before this weekend, I didn't even make it to turn two

I'd also like to give a huge amount of credit to the team. We were in discussion before qualifying started, right up until I was ready to leave the garage actually, unsure on what sort of set up to run. We knew the rain would be here for the race and decided to gamble with more downforce. Credit to the boys in the factory too, they heard my plea after round one and were able to bring some additions to the car."

Cheater is of course talking about the T-wing. Sauber have been working furiously behind the scenes to improve their car and this aggressive development path is seeing immediate success.

The new T-wing is sure to divide fans.

"It's not the most beautiful bit of material but it does the job. What's interesting is that, other than Force India, none of our challengers have thought to introduce this sort of thing. We have to keep pushing now, we have to stay ahead of the curve. Regarding Force India's interpretation, it's not quite as sophisticated as ours. I haven't had a chance to talk with Friso yet, I'll be quite interested to see how he felt theirs worked. I'm sure he'll be coy on the matter. You know what Jimmy Fallon says though: "God loves a trier."

How will Blue react after his tough run out in Russia? Can Venom find his way back into the points? Will Ijsimo keep it out of the walls? Find out this Sunday at 8pm on F1 LiveStiming, live from Catalunya.
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F4 Race Calendar and Results / Re: [F4] Round 4: Spainish GP
« Last post by HagueF1Racing on Yesterday at 11:56:02 pm »
Oh i dont have the option to record it so ill be missing out then every time in other league this has happened we just missed a week or races after the GP
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F4 Race Calendar and Results / Re: [F4] Round 4: Spainish GP
« Last post by mrgrumpy1989 on Yesterday at 11:19:56 pm »
We'll put a poll in here also
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F4 Race Calendar and Results / Re: [F4] Round 4: Spainish GP
« Last post by mrgrumpy1989 on Yesterday at 11:17:29 pm »
Errm question? What are we doing about race start time as the USA GP starts at 8pm also?

Check the psn chat.... it's being discussed..... looking currently like most want to keep it as a normal start and just record the race.
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F4 Race Calendar and Results / Re: [F4] Round 4: Spainish GP
« Last post by HagueF1Racing on Yesterday at 11:16:18 pm »
Issues im going away tomorrow so i wont be able to vote
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Qualifying 7th: Not great, even with a naughty corner cut.

Race 2nd: Messy lap 1 sadly taking out Paudie, good overtakes on Jack & Sam, followed by a bad one on Greeny & then contact with Maxi on the penultimate corner of the race. Very frustrating being stuck behind someone every lap, but it very easily could have been alot worse so i'll happy take P2.

Sorry too Greeny & Paudie, well done to louis & yay to me on reaching 100 PSGL starts!  :113:

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F4 Race Calendar and Results / Re: [F4] Round 4: Spainish GP
« Last post by frisostolk_ on Yesterday at 10:58:53 pm »
Errm question? What are we doing about race start time as the USA GP starts at 8pm also?
Not sure yet, there will be a poll
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F4 Race Calendar and Results / Re: [F4] Round 4: Spainish GP
« Last post by HagueF1Racing on Yesterday at 10:33:54 pm »
Errm question? What are we doing about race start time as the USA GP starts at 8pm also?
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FP Race Calendar and Results / Re: [FP] Round 4 - Spain (17th October)
« Last post by AMS97F1 on Yesterday at 10:06:39 pm »
Q: 3rd, Achieved a 1.20.2 and a 2nd row start in my trusty Renault, one of my best quali performances to date IMO  :)

R: 3rd, Great race, a little exhausting, defended from start to finish, 16 laps with Dano in the Ferrari sitting right behind me, and then Friso in his RBR was relentless until lap 30 or so. One of the most enjoyable races I've had so far on F1 2017.

Dano got himself 2nd in Quali although I managed to jump him right off the grid, I did consider diving down the inside of Gamefreaker but it seemed like a silly risk to take given how quick he is in that Ferrari.

Dano got me on the 4th corner down the inside, tried to fight him around the outside but there was just no way I was getting it back sadly, it was a great opportunistic move by him, he was very patient and it paid off. It would be easy to do something silly after sitting behind a slower car for half the race so good driving by Dano there.

Friso got very close on multiple occasions but just didn't seem to have the straight line speed to get it done, I was relieved to see him drop back for the last 3 laps. Luckily after that I was able to stick it in Lean and cruise to the end, I struggled with fuel all race and that really helped me out there.

My race:


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