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[DTM] Round 2: Interlagos

Round 2: Interlagos

Last week saw Flyingfrome begin the season where he ended the last, atop the GT Sport standings. But the defending champion is likely to feel pressure from many talented drivers over the season if he wants to retain his crown.

In the manufacturers, it was a disappointing showing for the Audi drivers and they will be hoping the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace is more suited to the car.

Qualifying Race
10 laps - 43.09km

Feature Race
30 laps - 129.27km

Following the last race, the fuel allowance will be reduced to 60 litres for the feature race. More fuel saving will be required.

And remember, there is no refuelling in either race. Pit changes for tyres are permitted but you will need to ensure you select 'Do Not Refuel' whenever you pit. Pitstops will be checked in the race replays and anyone adding fuel will be disqualified from the race.

Pre-Race Questions
1. Will you be racing?
2. How many times will you be driving Interlagos this week?
3. With the reduction in fuel, do you think fuel saving is going to cause you a problem this week?

Re: [DTM] Round 2: Interlagos

Reply #1
1 Yesss iam racing tonight!

2 ill b racing Interlagos weds GT and then Thurs F7.  May as well get it over with in one week, not got the best history at this track shall we say ha ha

3 I think the fuel reduction will be a good thing, more fuel management should create a bit more of a tactical battle 

Re: [DTM] Round 2: Interlagos

Reply #2
1. Will you be racing? Yes.

2. How many times will you be driving Interlagos this week? Twice on consecutive days...but I love it!

3. With the reduction in fuel, do you think fuel saving is going to cause you a problem this week? Yes but thats the fun!

Re: [DTM] Round 2: Interlagos

Reply #3
LIttle bit late but better late than never answering questions.

1. Will you be racing? Yes

2. How many times will you be driving Interlagos this week? 3 times

3. With the reduction in fuel, do you think fuel saving is going to cause you a problem this week? Nope