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Joushiki Nante Iranai
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Postby Joushiki Nante Iranai » Sat Nov 09, 2019 2:32 pm

Week 3: Practice
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Conditions:      	Cloudy
Lap Record: 00:01:13.055
Session Length: 75 minutes
Nation: JNI
Circuit: Somos City Circuit

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Drivers have 75 minutes to complete as many laps of the track as they like.

POS #   DRIVER                                  FASTEST LAP     GAP TO LEADER		
1 99 Otton Pauls 00:01:17.191 00:00:00.000
2 14 Aiden Aldsjonn 00:01:17.308 00:00:00.117
3 35 Hubert Von Dessen 00:01:17.356 00:00:00.166
4 42 Bethany Woods 00:01:17.425 00:00:00.234
5 44 Richarde LeBoque 00:01:17.585 00:00:00.395
6 12 Alexander Kôor 00:01:17.667 00:00:00.476
7 24 Magnus Lester 00:01:17.739 00:00:00.549
8 27 Tom Auphelagne 00:01:17.742 00:00:00.552
9 15 Pádraig Aldsjonn 00:01:17.767 00:00:00.576
10 38 Hanj Klødermann 00:01:17.846 00:00:00.655
11 19 Kasul Learch 00:01:18.011 00:00:00.821
12 17 George Roberts 00:01:18.219 00:00:01.028
13 48 Eufair Argris 00:01:18.850 00:00:01.659
14 23 Jaxony Héibenoff 00:01:19.215 00:00:02.024
15 47 Ryd Jolfúrnesson 00:01:19.518 00:00:02.328
16 4 Augustine Charrier 00:01:20.761 00:00:03.570


Week 3: Qualifying
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Conditions:      	Dry
Lap Record: 00:01:13.055
Qualifying Type: One Shot
Nation: JNI
Circuit: Somos City Circuit

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POS #   DRIVER                                  FASTEST LAP     GAP TO LEADER		
1 35 Hubert Von Dessen 00:01:13.084 00:00:00.000
2 42 Bethany Woods 00:01:13.104 00:00:00.020
3 27 Tom Auphelagne 00:01:13.108 00:00:00.024
4 38 Hanj Klødermann 00:01:13.198 00:00:00.114
5 15 Pádraig Aldsjonn 00:01:13.198 00:00:00.114
6 17 George Roberts 00:01:13.279 00:00:00.194
7 14 Aiden Aldsjonn 00:01:14.400 00:00:01.316
8 4 Augustine Charrier 00:01:14.693 00:00:01.608
9 44 Richarde LeBoque 00:01:15.073 00:00:01.988
10 23 Jaxony Héibenoff 00:01:15.393 00:00:02.309
11 47 Ryd Jolfúrnesson 00:01:15.447 00:00:02.363
12 48 Eufair Argris 00:01:16.403 00:00:03.318
13 12 Alexander Kôor 00:01:16.769 00:00:03.685
14 19 Kasul Learch 00:01:22.326 00:00:09.242
15 24 Magnus Lester 00:01:22.612 00:00:09.528
16 99 Otton Pauls 00:01:29.766 00:00:16.682
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THE INDEPENDENT MONARCHY OF JOUSHIKI NANTE IRANAI
FOUNDED 13TH JANUARY 2018 - "FOR THE PEOPLE, FOR THE NATION"
DELEGATE OF THE UNIVERSAL PACT - ELECTED 16TH MARCH 2019

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Postby Joushiki Nante Iranai » Sun Nov 10, 2019 3:20 pm

Week 3: Race 1
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Conditions:      	Dry	
Laps: 27
Nation: JNI
Circuit: Somos City Circuit
Event: Grand Prix of Joushiki Nante Iranai
Safety Car Deployed on Laps: 21, 22, 23
Cars on Grid: 16
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Fastest Lap Bonus Point: 47 RJS	76.741


Start           After 6 Laps            After 13 Laps           After 20 Laps			
1 HVD 1 HVD +0 1 HVD +0 1 AUP +0
2 WDS 2 AUP +1.056 2 AUP +2.306 2 HVD +6.778
3 AUP 3 AAL +25.733 3 KAR +22.482 3 RBT +27.297
4 HKM 4 WDS +36.829 4 HEI +31.685 4 WDS +34.916
5 PAL 5 RLB +37.372 5 RBT +44.94 5 MLT +40.833
6 RBT 6 RBT +42.852 6 WDS +48.237 6 RJS +41.443
7 AAL 7 RJS +47.1 7 RJS +50.306 7 AAL +56.778
8 AUC 8 KAR +48.541 8 AAL +50.912 8 HEI +61.723
9 RLB 9 AUC +56.017 9 RLB +57.098 9 AUC +Laps: 1
10 HEI 10 PAL +58.415 10 MLT +Laps: 1 10 KAR +Laps: 1
11 RJS 11 HEI +63.77 11 AUC +Laps: 1 11 PAL +Laps: 1
12 AGS 12 KOR +Laps: 1 12 KOR +Laps: 1 12 KOR +Laps: 1
13 KOR 13 MLT +Laps: 1 13 PAL +Laps: 1 13 RLB +Laps: 1
14 KAR 14 AGS +Laps: 1 14 AGS +Laps: 1 14 OPL +Laps: 2
15 MLT 15 HKM +Laps: 1 15 HKM +Laps: 1 15 HKM +Laps: 2
16 OPL 16 OPL +Laps: 2 16 OPL +Laps: 2 16 AGS +Laps: 2


POS    DRV Name                          Team				Time		Pts
1 4 AUC Augustine Charrier ANKAR Imperial F1 00:43:43.698 10
2 24 MLT Magnus Lester Golden Turtles 00:00:14.634 8
3 23 HEI Jaxony Héibenoff Djurma Racing Automotives 00:00:17.123 6
4 42 WDS Bethany Woods JNI Royal Motor Racing 00:00:27.972 5
5 47 RJS Ryd Jolfúrnesson Javana Motors 00:00:29.518 4
6 17 RBT George Roberts JNI Royal Motor Racing 00:00:40.773 3
7 27 AUP Tom Auphelagne Djurma Racing Automotives 00:00:41.352 2
8 14 AAL Aiden Aldsjonn Mótair Náisiúnta 00:01:05.203 1
9 19 KAR Kasul Learch Verpanel Automotives Laps Down: 1
10 44 RLB Richarde LeBoque ANKAR Imperial F1 Laps Down: 1
11 35 HVD Hubert Von Dessen Golden Turtles Laps Down: 1
12 15 PAL Pádraig Aldsjonn Mótair Náisiúnta Laps Down: 1
13 99 OPL Otton Pauls Verpanel Automotives Laps Down: 1
14 48 AGS Eufair Argris Danash Pilgrims Laps Down: 1
15 12 KOR Alexander Kôor Danash Pilgrims Laps Down: 2
16 38 HKM Hanj Klødermann Javana Motors Laps Down: 2


Week 3: Race 2
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Conditions:      	Dry	
Laps: 27
Nation: JNI
Circuit: Somos City Circuit
Event: Grand Prix of Joushiki Nante Iranai
Safety Car Deployed on Laps: 2, 3, 4, 5
Cars on Grid: 16
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Fastest Lap Bonus Point: 23 HEI	76.717


Start		After 6 Laps		After 13 Laps		After 20 Laps			
1 OPL 1 OPL +0 1 OPL +0 1 HKM +0
2 MLT 2 MLT +1.588 2 RJS +16.9 2 AAL +3.542
3 KAR 3 KOR +10.083 3 HKM +29.338 3 RJS +5.637
4 KOR 4 RJS +13.326 4 AUC +30.333 4 HEI +19.474
5 AGS 5 HEI +14.662 5 AAL +32.583 5 KAR +27.185
6 RJS 6 KAR +17.484 6 HVD +35.978 6 HVD +32.735
7 HEI 7 AUC +18.776 7 HEI +45.737 7 OPL +54.097
8 RLB 8 HKM +26.811 8 KAR +Laps: 1 8 RBT +57.82
9 AUC 9 AAL +43.289 9 RBT +Laps: 1 9 RLB +59.693
10 AAL 10 HVD +45.998 10 AUP +Laps: 1 10 AUP +Laps: 1
11 RBT 11 RBT +49.428 11 RLB +Laps: 1 11 PAL +Laps: 1
12 PAL 12 AUP +52.42 12 PAL +Laps: 1 12 AUC +Laps: 1
13 HKM 13 RLB +Laps: 1
14 AUP 14 PAL +Laps: 2
15 WDS
16 HVD


POS    DRV Name                          Team				Time		Pts
1 14 AAL Aiden Aldsjonn Mótair Náisiúnta 00:45:52.387 10
2 38 HKM Hanj Klødermann Javana Motors 00:00:07.442 8
3 47 RJS Ryd Jolfúrnesson Javana Motors 00:00:28.287 6
4 19 KAR Kasul Learch Verpanel Automotives 00:00:28.960 5
5 23 HEI Jaxony Héibenoff Djurma Racing Automotives 00:00:31.070 4
6 35 HVD Hubert Von Dessen Golden Turtles 00:00:42.832 3
7 44 RLB Richarde LeBoque ANKAR Imperial F1 00:00:59.525 2
8 15 PAL Pádraig Aldsjonn Mótair Náisiúnta 00:01:07.985 1
9 99 OPL Otton Pauls Verpanel Automotives 00:01:11.717
10 17 RBT George Roberts JNI Royal Motor Racing 00:01:21.369
11 27 AUP Tom Auphelagne Djurma Racing Automotives 00:01:42.726
12 4 AUC Augustine Charrier ANKAR Imperial F1 Laps Down: 1
DNF 12 KOR Alexander Kôor Danash Pilgrims Ret. lap 12
DNF 42 WDS Bethany Woods JNI Royal Motor Racing Ret. lap 1
DNF 48 AGS Eufair Argris Danash Pilgrims Ret. lap 1
DNF 24 MLT Magnus Lester Golden Turtles Ret. lap 7


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Pos # DRV Name                      	 Team                     	Pts
1 44 RLB Richarde LeBoque ANKAR Imperial F1 30
2 4 AUC Augustine Charrier ANKAR Imperial F1 25
3 24 MLT Magnus Lester Golden Turtles 20
4 47 RJS Ryd Jolfúrnesson Javana Motors 18
4 99 OPL Otton Pauls Verpanel Automotives 18
6 19 KAR Kasul Learch Verpanel Automotives 17
7 12 KOR Alexander Kôor Danash Pilgrims 16
7 23 HEI Jaxony Héibenoff Djurma Racing Automotives 16
7 14 AAL Aiden Aldsjonn Mótair Náisiúnta 16
10 42 WDS Bethany Woods JNI Royal Motor Racing 12
10 35 HVD Hubert Von Dessen Golden Turtles 12
12 15 PAL Pádraig Aldsjonn Mótair Náisiúnta 11
13 48 AGS Eufair Argris Danash Pilgrims 9
14 38 HKM Hanj Klødermann Javana Motors 8
15 17 RBT George Roberts JNI Royal Motor Racing 5
15 27 AUP Tom Auphelagne Djurma Racing Automotives 5


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Pos NAT   Team                       	Pts
1 WAA ANKAR Imperial F1 55
2 ESK Verpanel Automotives 35
3 HAV Golden Turtles 32
4 VAR Mótair Náisiúnta 27
5 DLD Javana Motors 26
6 CAN Danash Pilgrims 25
7 NEV Djurma Racing Automotives 21
8 JNI JNI Royal Motor Racing 17
Poland-Lithuania, but it's partly Japanese, Spanish and English, is socialist as well as monarchist, had colonial holdings, all of which survived the partitions, but doesn't control its original land.
THE INDEPENDENT MONARCHY OF JOUSHIKI NANTE IRANAI
FOUNDED 13TH JANUARY 2018 - "FOR THE PEOPLE, FOR THE NATION"
DELEGATE OF THE UNIVERSAL PACT - ELECTED 16TH MARCH 2019

A 14 Power Civilisation, according to this index.
This nation does NOT reflect my views.

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Esmerel
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Postby Esmerel » Sun Nov 10, 2019 5:35 pm

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Event 1 ~ Grand Prix of New York

Qualifying Info

Conditions: Dry
Qualifying Type: Traditional
Nation: USA
Circuit: Watkins Glen International


QUALIFYING RESULTS

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Race Info

Conditions: Dry
Laps: 19
Nation: USA
Circuit: Watkins Glen International

Virtual Safety Cars: 0

Cars on Grid: 20

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RACE RESULTS

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Points After 1 of 11 Rounds

DRIVERS' STANDINGS

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TEAMS' STANDINGS

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NEXT RACE: Grand Prix of Quebec, Sanair Circuit, Saint-Pie, Quebec, Canada - Thursday, 14 November 2019
Last edited by Esmerel on Thu Nov 14, 2019 7:08 pm, edited 1 time in total.
"They condemn that which they do not understand."
-The national motto of Esmerel, translated
A near-future tech nation ruled by science and reason. Offers great civil liberty but minimal political or economic liberty, leaning very authleft. Population of roughly 200 million on an island the size of Serbia, 800km east of Maryland, US and 500km south of Nova Scotia. Visit today.
Want to know more about Esmerel? My factbook is seriously outdated, but feel free to peek.
WGPC participant from S15-S19. Achieved 5 poles, 6 wins, 12 podiums and a runner-up finish in S16. Brief but unsuccessful stints as team owner in WGP2 and NSSCRA.

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Postby Esmerel » Thu Nov 14, 2019 7:35 pm

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After the first event at Watkins Glen, we got our first taste of who's potentially the shining stars of this season.

-Arren Tharshebloze (NIM) blew the local competition out of the water with the win, overcoming a 41 second deficit in just 4 laps.

-Forza Faenza pulled off an impressive 2nd and 4th finish, putting them in command of the teams' standings.

-Elio Aaron, famed stock car driver, proved he's got it in other types of machines with a fifth place.

-Meanwhile, last year's powerhouses of Erin Wakeford and the Monster Rehab duo were almost nowhere to be found, scoring a total of only 4 points between them.

-Rachael Lyndroem was fighting for fourth when she went just a bit too far wide at Turn 1 entering the thirteenth lap, becoming the only retirement of the race. She's not let this get to her, and will be happy to be racing again in Saint-Pie.

Now, we've come to the old Sanair Circuit in Quebec, Canada. It's not held a major event in a long time, not since the IndyCars of the 80s ran around the field and the hot rods thundered down the drag strip in the early 90s. We'll soon see if its old fame can keep going when twenty modern open-wheel masterpieces put it to the test.

Event 2 ~ Grand Prix of Quebec

Qualifying Info
Conditions: Dry
Nation: CAN
Circuit: Sanair Circuit


QUALIFYING RESULTS

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Race Info
Conditions: Dry
Laps: 51
Nation: CAN
Circuit: Sanair Circuit

Virtual Safety Cars: 0

Cars on Grid: 20

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RACE RESULTS

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Points After 2 of 11 Rounds

DRIVERS' STANDINGS

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TEAMS' STANDINGS

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NEXT RACE: Grand Prix of Delaware, Dover International Speedway, Dover, Delaware, USA - Sunday, 17 November 2019
"They condemn that which they do not understand."
-The national motto of Esmerel, translated
A near-future tech nation ruled by science and reason. Offers great civil liberty but minimal political or economic liberty, leaning very authleft. Population of roughly 200 million on an island the size of Serbia, 800km east of Maryland, US and 500km south of Nova Scotia. Visit today.
Want to know more about Esmerel? My factbook is seriously outdated, but feel free to peek.
WGPC participant from S15-S19. Achieved 5 poles, 6 wins, 12 podiums and a runner-up finish in S16. Brief but unsuccessful stints as team owner in WGP2 and NSSCRA.

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Postby Joushiki Nante Iranai » Sat Nov 16, 2019 1:19 pm

Week 4: Practice
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Conditions:      	Dry
Lap Record: 00:01:13.081
Session Length: 75 minutes
Nation: CAN
Circuit: Lazarists' Raceway

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Drivers have 75 minutes to complete as many laps of the track as they like.

POS #   DRIVER                                  FASTEST LAP     GAP TO LEADER		
1 23 Jaxony Héibenoff 00:01:16.804 00:00:00.000
2 27 Tom Auphelagne 00:01:16.829 00:00:00.024
3 17 George Roberts 00:01:16.837 00:00:00.033
4 24 Magnus Lester 00:01:16.838 00:00:00.033
5 4 Augustine Charrier 00:01:16.887 00:00:00.082
6 47 Ryd Jolfúrnesson 00:01:16.901 00:00:00.096
7 12 Alexander Kôor 00:01:16.913 00:00:00.109
8 19 Kasul Learch 00:01:16.914 00:00:00.109
9 14 Aiden Aldsjonn 00:01:16.930 00:00:00.126
10 48 Eufair Argris 00:01:16.987 00:00:00.183
11 99 Otton Pauls 00:01:17.037 00:00:00.233
12 38 Hanj Klødermann 00:01:17.464 00:00:00.659
13 42 Bethany Woods 00:01:18.311 00:00:01.506
14 15 Pádraig Aldsjonn 00:01:18.619 00:00:01.814
15 35 Hubert Von Dessen 00:01:18.916 00:00:02.112
16 44 Richarde LeBoque 00:01:20.430 00:00:03.626


Week 4: Qualifying
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Conditions:      	Dry
Lap Record: 00:01:13.081
Qualifying Type: Traditional
Nation: CAN
Circuit: Lazarists' Raceway

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POS #   DRIVER                                  FASTEST LAP     GAP TO LEADER		
1 12 Alexander Kôor 00:01:13.120 00:00:00.000
2 48 Eufair Argris 00:01:13.124 00:00:00.004
3 27 Tom Auphelagne 00:01:13.228 00:00:00.107
4 17 George Roberts 00:01:13.280 00:00:00.159
5 35 Hubert Von Dessen 00:01:13.403 00:00:00.282
6 47 Ryd Jolfúrnesson 00:01:13.427 00:00:00.306
7 19 Kasul Learch 00:01:13.467 00:00:00.346
8 4 Augustine Charrier 00:01:13.513 00:00:00.393
9 14 Aiden Aldsjonn 00:01:13.732 00:00:00.611
10 38 Hanj Klødermann 00:01:13.845 00:00:00.724
11 24 Magnus Lester 00:01:13.937 00:00:00.817
12 15 Pádraig Aldsjonn 00:01:14.059 00:00:00.938
13 44 Richarde LeBoque 00:01:14.154 00:00:01.033
14 99 Otton Pauls 00:01:14.196 00:00:01.076
15 42 Bethany Woods 00:01:14.292 00:00:01.172
16 23 Jaxony Héibenoff 00:01:15.038 00:00:01.917
Last edited by Joushiki Nante Iranai on Sat Nov 16, 2019 1:19 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Poland-Lithuania, but it's partly Japanese, Spanish and English, is socialist as well as monarchist, had colonial holdings, all of which survived the partitions, but doesn't control its original land.
THE INDEPENDENT MONARCHY OF JOUSHIKI NANTE IRANAI
FOUNDED 13TH JANUARY 2018 - "FOR THE PEOPLE, FOR THE NATION"
DELEGATE OF THE UNIVERSAL PACT - ELECTED 16TH MARCH 2019

A 14 Power Civilisation, according to this index.
This nation does NOT reflect my views.

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Esmerel
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Postby Esmerel » Sun Nov 17, 2019 7:20 pm

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The second event of the season has come and gone, and things might be settling in... or they might not.

-The win went to Jennifer Smythe, who before this season few had ever heard of, let alone expected to win, especially driving for Brunswick-Daniels, the team who runs the entire operation out of a single hangar in Bayview. Expectations aren't too high for her to continue to impress, but they have certainly gone up.

-The other finishers on the podium were Rehab's Koenigin and DiHydro's Tharshebloze, the former finally getting last year's champion team off the ground and the latter holding on to the top spot in the drivers' standings.

-Sarian Richmond of the Red Leafs was uncannily jubilant about his sixth place finish. He hopes this and his exploits in future races will let him step out of his uncle's shadow. It was actually just last week his uncle, Charles Richmond, also known as the Chancellor of Esmerel, commented on him in an interview. "To be blunt, we've not seen each other in a long, long time," he said. "He was always an energetic one. I'm proud of him for following his dreams and trying to make it big, but... I wonder how long it'll be before he does something too reckless. Besides, it's difficult to step out of the shadow of a Chancellor of 42 years."

-Atherton Engineering continued to struggle to maintain the reputation of its past incarnation (which we all know did as well as it did by fluke alone) with driver Kerry Louis only securing eighth. Defending champion Wakefield is still yet to score a single point after two races.

-Cygnus Atlantic still seem to be easing into it all, though they aren't discouraged. "It's definitely fun to drive, I'll say that much," Elio Aaron said after finishing tenth. "Not much like the stock cars I've driven over the years. it's a different form of challenge altogether. Me? I'd say the stock car's better. But this is still great." Meanwhile, Rachael Lyndroem was the car in last place out of all race finishers, struggling with what seemed to be handling issues all session, which were also rumored to be the specific cause of her retirement at Watkins Glen. The team say they have found a workaround for this race, coming in at just the right time.

-Non-finishers for the race included Cole Raiden, Dan Poncite, Natalie Altwood, and Ryan Mundy.

Now we continue on to event number three, a 63 lap race around the Dover oval in where else but Dover, Delaware. Open wheel enthusiasts were quick to question bringing the cars to a high speed left-turn-a-thon, but defenders of the move cited the challenge of maintaining speed while keeping it out of the wall would more than make up for it. Simulations so far have proven to be good, and with this being the first of three oval races in the season, it'd better be a good first impression.

Event 3- Grand Prix of Delaware

Conditions:      	Dry
Nation: USA
Circuit: Dover International Speedway


QUALIFYING RESULTS

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Conditions:      	Dry
Laps: 63
Nation: USA
Circuit: Dover International Speedway

Virtual Safety Cars: 0

Cars on Grid: 20

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RACE RESULTS

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Points After 3 of 11 Rounds

DRIVERS' STANDINGS

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TEAMS' STANDINGS

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NEXT RACE: Grand Prix of Rainier, Forest Cross Raceway (Bridge Circuit), Vertress, Rainier, Esmerel - Thursday, 21 November 2019
"They condemn that which they do not understand."
-The national motto of Esmerel, translated
A near-future tech nation ruled by science and reason. Offers great civil liberty but minimal political or economic liberty, leaning very authleft. Population of roughly 200 million on an island the size of Serbia, 800km east of Maryland, US and 500km south of Nova Scotia. Visit today.
Want to know more about Esmerel? My factbook is seriously outdated, but feel free to peek.
WGPC participant from S15-S19. Achieved 5 poles, 6 wins, 12 podiums and a runner-up finish in S16. Brief but unsuccessful stints as team owner in WGP2 and NSSCRA.

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Postby Esmerel » Thu Nov 21, 2019 5:43 pm

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With roughly a quarter of the season gone, we might finally, no joke, be seeing the pecking order of it all.

-Last time out in Delaware saw one interesting race, seeing just three of the thirteen finishers on the lead lap. It was once-nobody Julian Paul who won by a margin of +0'06"071, with also once-nobody Jon Kilroy in second.

-Rachael Lyndroem threw aside all of her errors in the season so far and came home with third, with the race resulting in both Cygnus and Rehab getting a serious kickstart to their points tallies. Whether they can keep it up is unclear.

-Despite racing on the East Coast, many points were snagged by Redwood Racing, scoring fourth and fifth.

-Atherton's season continued to crash and burn with Kerry Louis only scoring ninth.

-Erin Wakeford was running as high as sixth when a collision on lap 51 put both him and points leader Tharshebloze out of the session.

-The Red Leafs didn't fare much better, as Marcy Cykes only made it to lap 47 and Sarian Richmond spun his tires on the rolling start, colliding with the wall and putting him out at Turn 2 of the first lap.

And with that out of the way, we head for unique territory. The Forest Cross Raceway's Bridge Circuit will play host to the fourth round. Hosting a spectacular debut WGPC race in season 16, it underwent numerous renovations for its next appearance only to be relegated to testing in favor of Grands Prix in Mytanja and Joushiki Nante Iranai, which many are still not over.

Regardless of salty feelings, there's no doubt this race has got a great chance at being a classic.

Event 4- Grand Prix of Rainier

Conditions:      	Dry
Nation: ESM
Circuit: Forest Cross Raceway Bridge Circuit


QUALIFYING RESULTS

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Conditions:      	Dry
Laps: 23
Nation: ESM
Circuit: Forest Cross Raceway Bridge Circuit

Virtual Safety Cars: 0

Cars on Grid: 20

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RACE RESULTS

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Points after 4 of 11 Rounds

DRIVERS' STANDINGS

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TEAMS' STANDINGS

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NEXT RACE: Grand Prix of Nova Scotia, Atlantic Motorsport Park, Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, Canada - Sunday, 24 November 2019
"They condemn that which they do not understand."
-The national motto of Esmerel, translated
A near-future tech nation ruled by science and reason. Offers great civil liberty but minimal political or economic liberty, leaning very authleft. Population of roughly 200 million on an island the size of Serbia, 800km east of Maryland, US and 500km south of Nova Scotia. Visit today.
Want to know more about Esmerel? My factbook is seriously outdated, but feel free to peek.
WGPC participant from S15-S19. Achieved 5 poles, 6 wins, 12 podiums and a runner-up finish in S16. Brief but unsuccessful stints as team owner in WGP2 and NSSCRA.

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Joushiki Nante Iranai
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Postby Joushiki Nante Iranai » Sun Nov 24, 2019 3:05 pm

Note from the organisers: We sincerely apologise for the incorrect display of the championship standings in Week 3, which failed to include points for the fastest laps that week. These points have been implemented into this week's championship standings.

Week 4: Race 1
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Conditions:      		Dry	
Laps: 31
Nation: CAN
Circuit: Lazarists' Raceway
Event: Grand Prix of Porogen
Safety Car Deployed on Laps: 3, 10, 11, 24, 25, 26, 27
Cars on Grid: 16
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Fastest Lap Bonus Point: 14 AAL	76.767


Start          	After 7 Laps     	After 15 Laps    	After 23 Laps			
1 KOR 1 AUC +0 1 AGS +0 1 RJS +0
2 AGS 2 AGS +4.568 2 KAR +9.795 2 AGS +21.551
3 AUP 3 RLB +9.559 3 RJS +10.822 3 RLB +59.19
4 RBT 4 PAL +12.171 4 RLB +13.076 4 KAR +61.561
5 HVD 5 RJS +13.485 5 OPL +19.042 5 AUC +Laps: 1
6 RJS 6 KAR +29.15 6 AUC +24.572 6 WDS +Laps: 1
7 KAR 7 MLT +32.006 7 HVD +33.121 7 HKM +Laps: 1
8 AUC 8 HKM +40.423 8 HKM +50.354 8 RBT +Laps: 1
9 AAL 9 HVD +43.61 9 WDS +Laps: 1 9 PAL +Laps: 1
10 HKM 10 OPL +Laps: 1 10 AAL +Laps: 1 10 AAL +Laps: 1
11 MLT 11 AAL +Laps: 1 11 RBT +Laps: 1 11 KOR +Laps: 2
12 PAL 12 WDS +Laps: 1 12 PAL +Laps: 1 12 AUP +Laps: 2
13 RLB 13 RBT +Laps: 1 13 KOR +Laps: 2 13 HEI +Laps: 3
14 OPL 14 HEI +Laps: 1 14 AUP +Laps: 2
15 WDS 15 KOR +Laps: 2 15 HEI +Laps: 3
16 HEI 16 AUP +Laps: 2


POS DRV Name                     	Team				Time		Pts
1 47 RJS Ryd Jolfúrnesson Javana Motors 00:55:29.679 10
2 19 KAR Kasul Learch Verpanel Automotives 00:00:06.938 8
3 44 RLB Richarde LeBoque ANKAR Imperial F1 00:00:33.310 6
4 42 WDS Bethany Woods JNI Royal Motor Racing 00:01:26.933 5
5 15 PAL Pádraig Aldsjonn Mótair Náisiúnta 00:01:32.148 4
6 38 HKM Hanj Klødermann Javana Motors 00:01:38.537 3
7 14 AAL Aiden Aldsjonn Mótair Náisiúnta 00:01:44.733 2
8 12 KOR Alexander Kôor Danash Pilgrims Laps Down: 1 1
9 4 AUC Augustine Charrier ANKAR Imperial F1 Laps Down: 1
10 17 RBT George Roberts JNI Royal Motor Racing Laps Down: 1
11 23 HEI Jaxony Héibenoff Djurma Racing Automotives Laps Down: 1
DNF 48 AGS Eufair Argris Danash Pilgrims Ret. lap 28
DNF 35 HVD Hubert Von Dessen Golden Turtles Ret. lap 18
DNF 24 MLT Magnus Lester Golden Turtles Ret. lap 9
DNF 99 OPL Otton Pauls Verpanel Automotives Ret. lap 21
DNF 27 AUP Tom Auphelagne Djurma Racing Automotives Ret. lap 31


Week 4: Race 2
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Conditions:      		Dry	
Laps: 31
Nation: CAN
Circuit: Lazarists' Raceway
Event: Grand Prix of Porogen
Safety Car Deployed on Laps: 15
Cars on Grid: 16
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Fastest Lap Bonus Point: 12 KOR	76.759


Start 		After 7 Laps    	After 15 Laps      	After 23 Laps			
1 HEI 1 HEI +0 1 HEI +0 1 RBT +0
2 WDS 2 RLB +9.657 2 AAL +17.16 2 RLB +7.576
3 OPL 3 OPL +13.749 3 AUC +18.72 3 AGS +10.631
4 RLB 4 RBT +26.958 4 AGS +20.28 4 AAL +18.257
5 PAL 5 PAL +37.27 5 RBT +21.84 5 OPL +34.619
6 MLT 6 HKM +39.791 6 RLB +23.4 6 WDS +Laps: 1
7 HKM 7 WDS +44.887 7 OPL +24.96 7 PAL +Laps: 1
8 AAL 8 MLT +45.477 8 WDS +Laps: 1 8 KAR +Laps: 1
9 AUC 9 KAR +56.707 9 HKM +Laps: 1 9 HKM +Laps: 1
10 KAR 10 AUC +61.421 10 PAL +Laps: 1 10 HEI +Laps: 1
11 RJS 11 KOR +62.33 11 KAR +Laps: 1 11 KOR +Laps: 2
12 HVD 12 AAL +72.283 12 KOR +Laps: 2 12 HVD +Laps: 2
13 RBT 13 HVD +Laps: 1 13 HVD +Laps: 2 13 RJS +Laps: 2
14 AUP 14 AGS +Laps: 1 14 RJS +Laps: 2
15 AGS 15 RJS +Laps: 1
16 KOR


POS DRV Name                     	Team				Time		Pts
1 44 RLB Richarde LeBoque ANKAR Imperial F1 00:46:41.353 10
2 99 OPL Otton Pauls Verpanel Automotives 00:00:28.617 8
3 48 AGS Eufair Argris Danash Pilgrims 00:00:30.961 6
4 14 AAL Aiden Aldsjonn Mótair Náisiúnta 00:00:35.869 5
5 23 HEI Jaxony Héibenoff Djurma Racing Automotives Laps Down: 1 4
6 19 KAR Kasul Learch Verpanel Automotives Laps Down: 1 3
7 42 WDS Bethany Woods JNI Royal Motor Racing Laps Down: 1 2
8 17 RBT George Roberts JNI Royal Motor Racing Laps Down: 1 1
9 15 PAL Pádraig Aldsjonn Mótair Náisiúnta Laps Down: 1
10 38 HKM Hanj Klødermann Javana Motors Laps Down: 1
11 12 KOR Alexander Kôor Danash Pilgrims Laps Down: 1
12 35 HVD Hubert Von Dessen Golden Turtles Laps Down: 2
13 47 RJS Ryd Jolfúrnesson Javana Motors Laps Down: 2
DNF 4 AUC Augustine Charrier ANKAR Imperial F1 Ret. lap 16
DNF 24 MLT Magnus Lester Golden Turtles Ret. lap 8
DNF 27 AUP Tom Auphelagne Djurma Racing Automotives Ret. lap 1


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Pos # DRV Name            	         Team          		        Pts
1 44 RLB Richarde LeBoque ANKAR Imperial F1 46
2 47 RJS Ryd Jolfúrnesson Javana Motors 29
3 19 KAR Kasul Learch Verpanel Automotives 28
4 99 OPL Otton Pauls Verpanel Automotives 26
5 4 AUC Augustine Charrier ANKAR Imperial F1 25
6 14 AAL Aiden Aldsjonn Mótair Náisiúnta 24
7 23 HEI Jaxony Héibenoff Djurma Racing Automotives 21
8 24 MLT Magnus Lester Golden Turtles 20
9 42 WDS Bethany Woods JNI Royal Motor Racing 19
10 12 KOR Alexander Kôor Danash Pilgrims 18
11 48 AGS Eufair Argris Danash Pilgrims 15
11 15 PAL Pádraig Aldsjonn Mótair Náisiúnta 15
13 35 HVD Hubert Von Dessen Golden Turtles 12
14 38 HKM Hanj Klødermann Javana Motors 11
15 17 RBT George Roberts JNI Royal Motor Racing 6
16 27 AUP Tom Auphelagne Djurma Racing Automotives 5


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Pos NAT Team                       	Pts
1 WAA ANKAR Imperial F1 71
2 ESK Verpanel Automotives 54
3 DLD Javana Motors 40
4 VAR Mótair Náisiúnta 39
5 CAN Danash Pilgrims 33
6 HAV Golden Turtles 32
7 NEV Djurma Racing Automotives 26
8 JNI JNI Royal Motor Racing 25
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Postby Esmerel » Sun Nov 24, 2019 5:40 pm

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Well that's another one down. So what happened last time?

-Arren Tharshebloze (NIM) was the first to make it two wins in the season, absolutely dominating the race by over a minute over second-placed Meredith Cruz (AUS).

-Cygnus Atlantic did the best they've done yet, with third and fifth going to Elio Aaron and Rachael Lyndroem, respectively.

-Atherton Engineering came home with seventh and eighth, normally unassuming accomplishments, however taking into consideration their season so far it's better comparable to winning the lottery. Or going to college debt-free. Or spending less than half an hour in downtown Lapiz Point traffic.

-Moving on, Wanda Allister of Redwood Racing was the only retirement after going too fast around the Centrifuge on the very first lap and colliding with both Marcy Cykes and the outside wall.

-Aside from that, there was plenty of jostling for position, but it was outside the points, so who cares? Well, many do care. But it's not all that important.

Anyways, the next race will be at the simple Atlantic Motorsport Park in Nova Scotia. What's to see? We'll find out.

Event 5- Grand Prix of Nova Scotia

Qualifying Info
Conditions: Dry
Nation: CAN
Circuit: Atlantic Motorsport Park


QUALIFYING RESULTS

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Race Info
Conditions: Dry
Laps: 39
Nation: CAN
Circuit: Atlantic Motorsport Park

SC/VSC Count: 2
Deployed on Laps: 1, 22-24


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RACE RESULTS

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Points after 5 of 11 Rounds

DRIVERS' STANDINGS

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TEAMS' STANDINGS

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NEXT RACE: Grand Prix of Montreal, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Ile Notre-Dame, Quebec, Canada - Thursday, 28 November 2019
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Postby Esmerel » Thu Nov 28, 2019 7:27 pm

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And now for the news about the previous event.

-Marcy Cykes (NZE) started fourth, took the lead at 1/3rd distance and never looked back. Her victory in the event more than doubled The Red Leafs' point total, and everyone will be watching to see if they can keep it going after a rocky start.

-Alongside Cykes on the podium were two other femme fatales, Katja Koenigin and Natalie Altwood, the latter scoring their first points of the season having started from eighth. It's not been enough for Q H2 to hold on to the teams' lead, as Monster Rehab have been on the charge, with Koenigin in 2nd and Paul in eighth at Altantic Motorsport Park.

-Kerry Louis started the race from his second pole of the season, but faltered after the race start to come home in fourth.

-Themis scored a back-to-back double points finish, something that in this grid seems all too rare, with Dallara in sixth and Mundy in seventh.

-Points leader Tharshebloze (NIM) had a mediocre event, hanging around 13th place for almost every lap. He still holds the lead, however, by 10 points.

-It was no sunshine for Cygnus Atlantic, who couldn't do any better than two laps down on the leader in 15th and 17th. Currently they're tied for third with Brunswick-Daniels, both at 34 points, and with Lyndroem and Aaron each contributing 17.

-After the events of this race, Cole Raiden (USA) remains the only driver to have no points on the board. More than that, his season has been an utter nightmare the likes of which a Darkrai couldn't cause, placing no higher than twelfth in any event, and failing to finish twice. Obviously, he'll be hoping to "get good" sooner rather than later.

With that said and done, it's now time to move to a track already proven to be a hit with formula racing (at least the dimension we do not speak of says so), the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal. With intense straight sections combined via a series of left-right turns without much runoff, it'll be down to the bravest and not just the fastest to determine the best of the field this time around.

Event 6- Grand Prix of Montreal

Qualifying Info
Conditions: Dry
Nation: CAN
Circuit: Circuit Gilles Villeneuve


QUALIFYING RESULTS

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Race Info
Conditions: Dry
Laps: 23
Nation: CAN
Circuit: Circuit Gilles Villeneuve

SC/VSC Count: 1
Deployed on Laps: 22-23


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RACE RESULTS

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Points after 6 of 11 Rounds

DRIVERS' STANDINGS

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TEAMS' STANDINGS

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NEXT RACE: Grand Prix of Lapiz Point (Dual Round), Raleigh Hill Circuit/Raleigh Raceway, Park City, Rainier, Esmerel - Sunday, 1 December 2019
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Postby Esmerel » Thu Dec 05, 2019 6:18 pm

Decided to take one off. But we're back now.

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Last time out was a time of upsets.

-Normally stagnant drivers Erin Wakeford (Atherton) and Cole Raiden (Pine Tree) performed dominantly all race long, scoring second and third respectively. The win went to Dan Poncite (Redwood), who'd also come off a string of poor finishes in the previous races. All drivers have now scored at least one point (in technicality, at least five).

-Rachael Lyndroem kept up her midseason shape by finishing 4th.

-Lucua Boullin brought Faenza back into shape, possible, with fifth. After starting their season well they've since hit a slump.

-Katja Koenigin (Rehab) continued her assault on the top points spot still held by Arren Tharshebloze (Q H2) and now sits within 5 points. Tharshebloze did not score this round, finishing only 17th.

-A heavy incident involving car 19 brought the race to an end under the safety car.

Now for the second and final trip to Esmerelian soil with the first of the Dual Rounds of the championship- the first race at Raleigh Hill Circuit's West layout and the second at its oval Raceway layout. Double the points in a weekend are on offer, but it'll take multiple disciplines of effort to claim them.

Event 7- Grand Prix of Lapiz Point

First Qualifying Info
Conditions: Dry
Nation: ESM
Circuit: Raleigh Hill Circuit West


QUALIFYING 1 RESULTS

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Race 1 Info
Conditions: Dry
Laps: 37
Nation: ESM
Circuit: Raleigh Hill Circuit West

SC/VSC Count: 0

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RACE 1 RESULTS

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Qualifying 2 Info
Conditions: Dry
Nation: ESM
Circuit: Raleigh Raceway


QUALIFYING 2 RESULTS

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Race 2 Info
Conditions: Dry
Laps: 62
Nation: ESM
Circuit: Raleigh Raceway

SC/VSC Count: 0

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RACE 2 RESULTS

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Points after 7 of 11 Rounds

DRIVERS' STANDINGS

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TEAMS' STANDINGS

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NEXT RACE: Grand Prix of Connecticut, Lime Rock Park, Salisbury, Connecticut, USA- Sunday, 8 December 2019
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After everything that's happened so far, the season's coming to a close faster than most have expected. What's in store for the last few rounds?

-Last time out, Cygnus Atlantic decided it was their time to shine. Their drivers, Lyndroem and Aaron, performed admirably, placing at least second in qualifying 1 and securing the pole in qualifying 2. In the races, the results were a pair of 3-5s, with Lyndroem leading in the first and Aaron leading in the second. All of these antics have pushed Lyndroem to take the lead of the drivers' table by a single point (and the first driver to take it away from Arren Tharshebloze), and Cygnus Atlantic to the top of the teams' table by eight points.

-The individual winners of the day's two races were Marcy Cykes (Red Leafs) on the West Circuit, and Kerry Louis (Atherton) on the Raceway.

-In the first race specifically, drivers of note included Marcus Danforth (Faenza) and Natalie Altwood (Q H2), both pulling out of a dry spell from the previous events of the season.

-The second race was a much different result to the first, with Jon Kilroy (Brunswick-Daniels), Erin Wakeford (Atherton) and Julian Paul (Rehab) doing well.

-However, troubles befell Arren Tharshebloze and Katja Koenigin in both races, with both failing to score in each and making no headway on the points battle, which allowed former outsider Lyndroem to steal the lead away in just one weekend after being 15 points back.

Only four events remain. Two of them are dual rounds, so there's a total of ninety-six points up for grabs. As the points leaders are only on 41 and 75 points respectively for the drivers' and teams' standings, there's still plenty of chances for anyone to win.

The first of the triplet of US races coming up brings the series to the simple Lime Rock Park in Connecticut. Let's go ahead and begin.

Event 8- Grand Prix of Connecticut

Qualifying Info	
Conditions: Dry
Nation: USA
Circuit: Lime Rock Park


QUALIFYING RESULTS

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Race Info
Conditions: Dry
Laps: 41
Nation: USA
Circuit: Lime Rock Park

SC/VSC Count: 1
Deployed on Laps: 18-21


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RACE RESULTS

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Points after 8 of 11 Rounds

DRIVERS' STANDINGS

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TEAMS' STANDINGS

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NEXT RACE: Grand Prix of New Jersey (Dual Round), New Jersey Motorsports Park, Millville, New Jersey, USA - Thursday, 12 December 2019
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Postby Esmerel » Sun Dec 15, 2019 5:16 pm

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Where it's all to play for.

-Last time out at Lime Rock, Marcy Cykes (Red Leafs) rocketed to the front and finished there to tie Rachael Lyndroem for the points lead. Cykes has won three of the last five races, easily turning her from a championship outsider to a serious contender- though her poor consistency leaves much to be desired. Aside from race two, which she finished in ninth, she's either won the race, or scored no points at all. Lyndroem, meanwhile, has won no races, but has a clean streak of good finishes to keep her points position, having finished in the top 5 6 of 9 times. Whichever approach will be the winning one is, of course, not yet known.

-Aside from the victor, other strong finishers included Julian Paul and Kerry Louis, who rounded out the podium, Louis especially coming within two points of the drivers' lead, and Wanda Allister, who scored her third fourth place finish in a row. Lyndroem rounded out the top five. Katja Koenigin, having held a decent points total for much of the season, hadn't yet had a breakout moment, and didn't do so at Lime Rock, either, with sixth.

-Arren Tharshebloze's season hasn't crashed and burned, but it has come to a screeching halt, having scored no points in the past five races. He's still easily in the championship hunt at a four-way joint fourth place, but he'll need a strong drive this time around to really get back into it.

The penultimate penultimate round brings us to the New Jersey Motorsports Park for the second of the three Dual Rounds, first on the Lightning Circuit, then on the Thunderbolt Circuit.

80 points remain.

Event 9- Grand Prix of New Jersey

Qualifying 1 Info	
Conditions: Dry
Nation: USA
Circuit: NJMP Lightning Circuit


QUALIFYING 1 RESULTS

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Race 1 Info	
Conditions: Dry
Laps: 33
Nation: USA
Circuit: NJMP Lightning Circuit

SC/VSC Count: 0


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RACE 1 RESULTS

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Qualifying 2 Info
Conditions: Dry
Nation: USA
Circuit: NJMP Thunderbolt Circuit


QUALIFYING 2 RESULTS

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Race 2 Info
Conditions: Dry
Laps: 28
Nation: USA
Circuit: NJMP Thunderbolt Circuit

SC/VSC Count: 0


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RACE 2 RESULTS

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Points after 9 of 11 Rounds

Drivers in the light gray zone can tie and win on countback, while drivers in the dark gray zone are out of the championship. All teams have enough points to continue.

DRIVERS' STANDINGS

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TEAMS' STANDINGS

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NEXT RACE: Grand Prix of New Hampshire (Dual Round), New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon, New Hampshire, USA
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A near-future tech nation ruled by science and reason. Offers great civil liberty but minimal political or economic liberty, leaning very authleft. Population of roughly 200 million on an island the size of Serbia, 800km east of Maryland, US and 500km south of Nova Scotia. Visit today.
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OOC Note: I'm about to Retcon WGP3 Lisander. It will be a one-make series (same points for all cars), and I plan to start the scorination around January 1. I'll drop some drivers to Touring to stabilize my racing scenario before next season of WGPC, so it will free some seats. If you're interested in participating with one or maybe two drivers, please get in touch via TG. More details TBA.
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Dear Imagination it only took two-thirds of a year

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Round 6: New Nexus Tower Run

Going into the final race of the season, nine competitors have the ability to take the WGPi Drivers’ Championship through victory in the New Nexus Tower Run, a double-length event worth double points. Racers will first qualify with a single, pedal to the metal lap around a tricky circuit in Sunray Community, marked by two hairpins on either side of a long, long back straight. After lapping that circuit through most of the race, they’ll then leave the track to sprint through the First City with the finish before the shining beacon of the Imagination Nexus itself; the first to the home of the Wardship will take the win.

Qualifying

Conditions:      	Dry
Lap Record: 00:01:22.756
Qualifying Type: One Shot

POS # DRIVER                   TEAM                	FASTEST LAP	BEHIND LEADER		
1 17 Janne Laukkanen Image 00:01:23.170 00:00:00.000
2 3 Olivia Stone Image 00:01:23.211 00:00:00.041
3 99 SARP-v.3.4.28 Image 00:01:23.231 00:00:00.061
4 10 Isaac Rhodes Image 00:01:23.244 00:00:00.074
5 85 Baxen Aurora Image 00:01:23.255 00:00:00.085
6 88 Rachael Lyndroem Image 00:01:23.289 00:00:00.119
7 13 Henry Dinkins Image 00:01:23.311 00:00:00.140
8 20 Robbie Moren Image 00:01:23.321 00:00:00.150
9 11 Cel Balfour Image 00:01:23.383 00:00:00.212
10 71 Terence Hammertoe Image 00:01:23.386 00:00:00.216
11 4 Jade Matic Image 00:01:23.420 00:00:00.250
12 54 Sara Valens Image 00:01:23.446 00:00:00.276
13 10 Xavier Bakerson Image 00:01:23.683 00:00:00.513
14 74 Natalie Altwood Image 00:01:23.731 00:00:00.561
15 53 Max Westermark Image 00:01:24.435 00:00:01.264
16 12 Tolemus Plutarch Image 00:01:24.478 00:00:01.308
17 55 Ern Brockley Image 00:01:25.084 00:00:01.913
18 67 Wilma ‘Lash’ Lee Image 00:01:25.542 00:00:02.371
19 45 Farel Quilton Image 00:01:26.349 00:00:03.178
20 81 Arren Tharshebloze Image 00:01:26.644 00:00:03.474
21 6 William Garner Image 00:01:27.088 00:00:03.918
22 52 Elise Ekholm Image 00:01:27.321 00:00:04.151
23 57 Steven Valens Image 00:01:27.832 00:00:04.661
24 89 Vera Celica Image 00:01:28.082 00:00:04.912


Race

Conditions:      	Light Showers
Laps: 50 + Sprint
Virtual Safety Car
Deployed on Laps: 45, 46, 47, 48
Cars on Grid: 24

Start	 First Quarter	 Second Quarter	 Third Quarter	 Sprint Begins	POS DRV Name                      Team			Time		Pts
1 LAU 1 RHO +0 1 RHO +0 1 STO +0 1 STO +0 1 STO Olivia Stone Image 01:22:02.940 84
2 STO 2 SRP +1.935 2 STO +0.508 2 SRP +37.488 2 SRP +37.160 2 SRP SARP-v.3.4.28 Image 00:00:47.151 72
3 SRP 3 STO +4.043 3 SRP +6.571 3 RHO +60.442 3 AUR +56.476 3 AUR Baxen Aurora Image 00:01:11.583 60
4 RHO 4 AUR +11.846 4 DIN +11.153 4 DIN +62.573 4 BAL +68.246 4 BAL Cel Balfour Image 00:01:22.307 50
5 AUR 5 DIN +24.048 5 BAL +12.332 5 BAK +68.243 5 DIN +75.305 5 DIN Henry Dinkins Image Down: +¼ sprint 40
6 LYN 6 LAU +26.466 6 AUR +21.942 6 BAL +70.929 6 GAR +85.336 6 RHO Isaac Rhodes Image Down: +¼ sprint 32
7 DIN 7 BAK +27.474 7 LAU +32.531 7 AUR +73.157 7 RHO +Laps: 1 7 GAR William Garner Image Down: +¼ sprint 24
8 MOR 8 MOR +41.517 8 BAK +44.605 8 LAU +Laps: 1 8 PLT +Laps: 1 8 PLT Tolemus Plutarch Image Down: +¼ sprint 18
9 BAL 9 BAL +45.897 9 EKH +51.369 9 GAR +Laps: 1 9 BAK +Laps: 1 9 BAK Xavier Bakerson Image Down: +¼ sprint 12
10 HMT 10 EKH +55.817 10 PLT +58.159 10 PLT +Laps: 1 10 LAU +Laps: 1 10 STV Steven Valens Image Down: +¼ sprint 8
11 MAT 11 BRK +66.162 11 MAT +79.25 11 BRK +Laps: 1 11 BRK +Laps: 1 11 LAU Janne Laukkanen Image Down: +¼ sprint 4
12 SAV 12 PLT +66.305 12 GAR +79.648 12 STV +Laps: 1 12 STV +Laps: 1 12 BRK Ern Brockley Image Down: +¼ sprint 2
13 BAK 13 LYN +68.269 13 BRK +Laps: 1 13 QUI +Laps: 1 13 QUI +Laps: 1 13 QUI Farel Quilton Image Down: +½ sprint
14 AWD 14 SAV +71.843 14 SAV +Laps: 1 14 CEL +Laps: 2 14 SAV +Laps: 1 14 AWD Natalie Altwood Image Down: +½ sprint
15 WST 15 AWD +72.773 15 QUI +Laps: 1 15 AWD +Laps: 2 15 LYN +Laps: 2 15 LYN Rachael Lyndroem Image Down: +½ sprint
16 PLT 16 MAT +79.057 16 AWD +Laps: 1 16 THA +Laps: 2 16 AWD +Laps: 2 16 SAV Sara Valens Image Down: +½ sprint
17 BRK 17 QUI +Laps: 1 17 LYN +Laps: 1 17 MAT +Laps: 2 17 THA +Laps: 2 17 THA Arren Tharshebloze Image Down: +½ sprint
18 LEE 18 GAR +Laps: 1 18 STV +Laps: 1 18 SAV +Laps: 2 18 MAT +Laps: 2 18 MAT Jade Matic Image Down: +½ sprint
19 QUI 19 LEE +Laps: 1 19 THA +Laps: 1 19 LYN +Laps: 2 DNF EKH Elise Ekholm Image Ret. lap 26
20 THA 20 THA +Laps: 1 20 CEL +Laps: 1 DNF WST Max Westermark Image Ret. lap 9
21 GAR 21 STV +Laps: 1 DNF MOR Robbie Moren Image Ret. lap 14
22 EKH 22 CEL +Laps: 1 DNF HMT Terence Hammertoe Image Ret. lap 11
23 STV DNF CEL Vera Celica Image Ret. lap 45
24 CEL DNF LEE Wilma ‘Lash’ Lee Image Ret. lap 22


Standings: Drivers' Championship

Pos # DRV Name                      Team            		Pts
1 3 STO Olivia Stone USCC 239 WGPi Drivers' Champion
2 85 AUR Baxen Aurora USCC 217
3 12 PLT Tolemus Plutarch Talbot Chariot Racing 189
4 11 BAL Cel Balfour Parker-Woods i-Racing 186
5 89 CEL Vera Celica Jolt i-Prix 159
6 13 DIN Henry Dinkins The Garage Gunners 148
7 67 LEE Wilma ‘Lash’ Lee Parker-Woods i-Racing 145
8 4 MAT Jade Matic UFCRT 138
9 99 SRP SARP-v.3.4.28 Sabre R&D 136
10 54 SAV Sara Valens Haven Community RT 99
11 74 AWD Natalie Altwood Q H₂ Racing 83
12 17 LAU Janne Laukkanen The Garage Gunners 81
13 20 MOR Robbie Moren Baker AMD Racing 79
14 81 THA Arren Tharshebloze Q H₂ Racing 75
15 71 HMT Terence Hammertoe Talbot Chariot Racing 72
16 10 BAK Xavier Bakerson Sabre R&D 70
17 55 BRK Ern Brockley UFCRT 50
18 10 RHO Isaac Rhodes Esmerel-CMT 47
19 88 LYN Rachael Lyndroem Esmerel-CMT 46
20 45 QUI Farel Quilton Jolt i-Prix 45
21 52 EKH Elise Ekholm Overglade UP 44
22 6 GAR William Garner Baker AMD Racing 40
23 57 STV Steven Valens Haven Community RT 39
24 53 WST Max Westermark Overglade UP 9


Standings: Constructors' Championship

Pos NAT Team             	Pts
1 NIM USCC 456 WGPi Constructors' Champion
2 NIM Parker-Woods i-Racing 331
3 NIM Talbot Chariot Racing 261
4 NIM The Garage Gunners 229
5 NIM Sabre R&D 206
6 NIM Jolt i-Prix 204
7 NIM UFCRT 188
8 NIM Q H₂ Racing 158
9 NIM Haven Community RT 138
10 XAN Baker AMD Racing 119
11 ESM Esmerel-CMT 93
12 VNG Overglade UP 53
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Postby Esmerel » Sun Dec 22, 2019 10:01 pm

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Where real life can go suck it.

-In New Jersey, two of the final five points opportunities were dealt with. Here's what we're looking at heading into the last section of the season.

-In Race 1 Rachael Lyndroem (Cygnus) took her first win of the season with a sixteen second margin over Kerry Louis, seemingly capping off an incredibly strong run of top 5 points finishes. That is, before she also finished in third in Race 2, continuing to hold a remarkable run. She now sits well in the lead of the drivers' standings with 72 points, 12 clear of second-placed Wanda Allister (Redwood) and 13 clear of Kerry Louis (Atherton).

-Other championship hopefuls are Julian Paul (Rehab), Marcy Cykes (Red Leafs), Arren Tharshebloze (Q H2), and Katja Koenigin (Rehab), holding positions 4 through 7 in that order. Koenigin, the lowest of those, sits on 44 points, 28 back from Lyndroem. Just about everyone behind that is only in the championship due to math.

-Additionally, last time out we saw our first few drivers be eliminated altogether due to having too few opportunities to catch up in points before the end of the season. Natalie Altwood (Q H2), Sarian Richmond (Red Leafs) and Ryan Mundy (Themis) all fell beyond the 48 point cutoff in New Jersey. Erin Wakeford (Atherton) and Marcus Danforth (Faenza) remain exactly on the cutoff line, which to still win the championship would require winning both the pole and the first prize for the final three races without anyone ahead of them reaching beyond 72 points, in which case the driver that did so would win against Lyndroem on countback. To put it mildly, it's a tall order.

-Back to the races itself, Jennifer Smythe qualified on pole for the first event on the Lightning Circuit, and came home with a decent sixth. Kerry Louis qualified in second, and almost won except for a blinding charge by Lyndroem in the closing laps. Rounding out the podium in Race 1 was former dunce Cole Raiden, having started his season off horribly before coming back with a couple of podiums.

-Having been tied with the lead before the event, Marcy Cykes was under pressure to do well. Instead, she didn't score in either race, putting her much further back from the top of the order.

-Other notable finishers included both Dan Poncite and Wanda Allister, who rocketed Redwood Racing five points back of the teams' lead in comparison to Cygnus. The plucky team from the West Coast may just dominate against the series around the East.

-In the second race, Julian Paul took home the gold, followed by Allister, Lyndroem, Boullin, and Kilroy.

-It was unfortunately a round to forget for Elio Aaron. Finishing no higher than seventeenth in either race, he'll be facing pressure to help the team effort out in the last couple of chance he has.

Now, with just two rounds to go, we head for the final Dual Round and the final oval track, at the infamous New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon. The first race will take the drivers around the road course, the second the oval, the track's second Dual appearance in two seasons.

It's time for everyone to lick and send. 48 points remain.

Event 10- Grand Prix of New Hampshire

Qualifying 1 Info
Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Nation: USA
Circuit: NHMS Road Course


QUALIFYING 1 RESULTS

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Race 1 Info
Conditions: Overcast
Laps: 39
Nation: USA
Circuit: NHMS Road Course

SC/VSC Count: 0


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RACE 1 RESULTS

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Qualifying 2 Info
Conditions: Overcast
Nation: USA
Circuit: NHMS Oval


QUALIFYING 2 RESULTS

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Race 2 Info
Conditions: Mixed Rain
Laps: 59
Nation: USA
Circuit: NHMS Oval

SC/VSC Count: 2
Laps Deployed: 9-11, 37-40


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RACE 2 RESULTS

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Points after 10 of 11 Rounds

Drivers and teams in the dark gray zones cannot continue in the championship due to being too far back to mathematically win.

DRIVERS' STANDINGS

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TEAMS' STANDINGS

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FINAL RACE: Grand Prix of Esterlon, Bridget Hills Community Circuit, Bridget Hills, Isle Arkhal, Victorian Isles, Esterlon - Sunday, 29 December 2019
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Postby Esmerel » Tue Dec 31, 2019 7:30 pm

Christmas happened and I got burnt out. But (by my time zone at least) I'm still finishing this before the end of 2019.

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To be honest, looking back each time is getting boring, and the end is near anyways. Instead, let's just look ahead at our final event.

-While it originally wasn't to happen, when the GP in Huntington was removed the Esterlonians demanded a race be held somewhere. Eventually, with so few at spec circuits available, the race ended up at a location barely in the realm of Esterlon. Instead, it's in the Victorian Isles, an island chain linking Esterlon and Esmerel, in the town of Bridget Hills.

-After a hotly contested championship, we're down to just three drivers and teams each eligible for their respective championships.
--Representing the drivers' table we have leader Rachael Lyndroem on 82 points, second place Julian Paul on 76 points, 6 back, and third place Wanda Allister on 69, 13 back.
--In the teams' race we have the three teams also competing for the drivers' title, albeit in a different order. Redwood Racing holds the lead on 134, Team Monster Rehab has second place with 130, four back, and Cygnus Atlantic has 126 points, eight back in third place.

Drivers' Possibilities (You like stats? Here you go.)
-Should Lyndroem finish first or second, she wins the drivers' title by default.
-If she scores third place, Paul must both win pole and the race to break on countback.
-If she scores fourth place, Paul must win at least the race. If she scores fourth and the pole, Paul will win if he finishes first.
-If she scores fifth place, Paul must finish second or higher. If she scores fifth and the pole, Paul cannot finish second to win.
-If she scores sixth place, Paul must finish third with the pole or higher.
-if she scores seventh place, Paul must finish third or higher. If she scores seventh and the pole, Paul cannot finish third to win.
-If she scores eighth place, Paul must finish fourth with the pole or higher.
-If she scores ninth place, Paul must finish fourth or higher.
-If she scores tenth place, Paul must finish fifth with the pole or higher, assuming Allister does not win.
-If she scores out of the points, Paul must finish fifth or higher, assuming Allister does not win.

-Allister must win to have a chance at the title. It will be denied if Lyndroem finishes eighth or higher or if Paul finishes fourth or higher. If Lyndroem finishes in ninth and Paul fifth or lower, and Allister wins, Allister would win on second place countback (both have 1 win, Allister has 1 2nd to Lyndroem's 0)

Teams' Possiblilties
-If any team score a 1-2 finish, they secure the title. Simple enough. There's too many possibilities to list here.

Let us begin. Sixteen points are on the cards. It all comes down to this.

Qualifying Info
Conditions: Dry
Nation: ESN
Circuit: Bridget Hills Community Circuit


QUALIFYING RESULTS

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Race Info
Conditions: Dry
Laps: 18
Nation: ESN
Circuit: Bridget Hills Community Circuit

SC/VSC Count: 0


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RACE RESULTS

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Final Points Tallies

DRIVERS' STANDINGS

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TEAMS' STANDINGS

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this was fun

now to hide away for a bit

-Esmerel, signing off for 2019 and for probably some of 2020
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TMA, in association with KMF and FAK
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WGP3 ENZ Championship Official Intro Music

Togonistani Motorsport Association (TMA), in association with Kalmarlundiska Motorsportförbund (KMF) and Federacija Avtomobil na Kassegrochia (FAK) is proud to announce the creation of WGP3 ENZ Championship. The series have been created in order to provide young drivers a chance to compete in open-seater series which would act as a stepping stone to WGP2 and, eventually, WGPC. WGP3 ENZ Championship operates in three different nations consecutively, all of which belong to Eastern Novapax Zone.

Technical Regulations:
All teams are using the KM-T150 chassis along with KM 2.5l Kaieke-1 engine provided by Kaylan Motors, in order to ensure a level playing field for all the drivers and teams. Also, all the tyres will be provided by Diamant, with drivers having a chance to use 2 different dry tire compounds (soft and hard) along with intern and wet tyres.
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Race structure and scoring:
For WGP3 ENZ Championship, race weekends last for two days instead of the usual three, with practice sessions on Friday and both Qualifying as well as Race sessions on Saturday. Drivers go through a 3-shot qualification session, followed shortly by a full race session. Points are awarded for finishing in the top ten, using the following formula:

1st - 20 points
2nd - 15 points
3rd - 10 points
4th - 7 points
5th - 6 points
6th - 5 points
7th - 4 points
8th - 3 points
9th - 2 points
10th - 1point
+ an additional 2 points for the fastest lap of the race


Calendar:
The series last from January to March and contain 7 races across the nations of Togonistan, Kalmarlund and Kassegrochia.
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Teams & Drivers:
6 teams from 3 nations are competing in the 2020 season, with drivers from 5 different nations.

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Event 1: Drassen GP
Drassen Military Airfield

Race distance: 30 laps
Conditions: Dry


The season started off with Drassen GP hosted in Drassen Military Airfield. The airbase, normally used by Togonistani Air Force, had been turned into a temporary 3.2km-long racing circuit, leading through the airstrip runaways and runoffs on the banks of beautiful Gulf of Drassen. The morning qualification saw Kaylan Junior Team drivers Lui Tamatuna, Darian Vilau and Miles Tulau making a clean sweep with all 3 cars taking the top 3 spots. This however did not leave any room to breath for them, as the competition during race proved to be fierce. The whole race turned out to be a spectacular event with lot of battles involved. The first incident happened during lap 2, where Enrico Palamo collided with Arona Fuga, thus making the latter spin out into a wall and force him to retire. The crash did have an impact on both sides though, as Palamo had to retire later on due to a suspension failure. Another incident happened during lap 28, when Miles Tulau, having just driven a lap which turned out to be the fastest one of the race, suffered a tyre puncture while fighting Sasha Thornsk for the top spot, causing him to spin out and bring a safety car out on the track. The race eventually saw Natanyan driver Sasha Thornsk winning the first event of the season, a hard-fought victory putting him on top of the standings for now.

Qualification results:
Drivers had 3 shots on track to drive the fastest lap time possible. Best time is displayed on the table:

Qualification:

1 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 2:01.093
2 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 2:01.199
3 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 2:01.319
4 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 2:01.325
5 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 2:01.476
6 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 2:01.503
7 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 2:01.622
8 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 2:01.691
9 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 2:01.693
10 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 2:01.701
11 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 2:01.702
12 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 2:01.703
13 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 2:01.715
14 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 2:01.792
15 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 2:01.880
16 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 2:02.064
17 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 2:02.383
18 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 2:03.289


Race results:
Drivers had 30 laps around the track with one mandatory pit stop:

Race:

1 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 1:02:08.668
2 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:02:13.231
3 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 1:02:15.136
4 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:02:16.076
5 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 1:02:17.439
6 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 1:02:21.586
7 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 1:02:27.949
8 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 1:02:32.288
9 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 1:02:33.351
10 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 1:02:34.774
11 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:02:36.437
12 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 1:02:38.867
13 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:02:43.815
14 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 1:02:48.000
15 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 1:02:58.097
Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) DNF lap 28
Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) DNF lap 14
Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) DNF lap 2


Standings after 1/7 events:

Drivers Standings:

1 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 20 points
2 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 15 points
3 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 10 points
4 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 7 points
5 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 6 points
6 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 5 points
7 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 4 points
8 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 3 points
9 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 2 points
10 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 2 points
11 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 1 points
12 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 0 points
13 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 0 points
14 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 0 points
15 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 0 points
16 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 0 points
17 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 0 points
18 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 0 points


Team Standings:

1 Image Kaylan Junior Team 24 points
2 Image Linus GP 21 points
3 Image Team Mirkov 18 points
4 Image Bergren GP Team 10 points
5 Image Domerton Motorsport 2 points
6 Image Xelarate Racing Academy 0 points
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Event 2: Koldovstorez Gran Pri
Koldovstorez Street Circuit

Race distance: 50 laps
Conditions: Light Rain


The second race of the season was held at Kolsovstorez Street Circuit in Kassegrochia. The 2.3-km long street circuit with it's many tricky corners and tight straights, a challenging course on it's own, was made even more difficult with the light rain going on throughout the whole race day. The conditions on track put drivers and teams in front of a dilemma of picking between dry and intermediate tyre compounds. First incident happened during qualification, where Linus GP driver Tavita Fualema crashed into a wall on his second attempt, thus ending the qualification for him. Although the team did their best to get the car back into acceptable condition for the race, Fualema still had to quit the race in early stages due to a suspension failure.

Speaking of rest of the race, it proved to be another marvelous event with weather and team strategy playing a huge part in the outcome. Multiple incidents happened during the race, with turn 2 proving to be a ''death corner'' for drivers such as Petrov (Team Mirkov), Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) and Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) who all lost grip and ended up in a wall while taking the curve. Also, several collisions happened during the race, one of the more notable ones being Arona Fuga's attempt to overtake Kevin Iklasson during lap 33, resulting in the two touching wheels and the latter spinning out into a wall.

Eventually, the race was won by Kaylan Junior Team driver Miles Tulau, followed by teammate Lui Tamatuna. A surprise final podium place was acquired by Xelarate Racing Academy driver Fili Faraimo, who opted for a late pit-stop strategy during the race, allowing her to raise all the way up from 17th grid spot to 3rd place.

With this result, Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) retains his 1st spot in the driver standings, although opponents are not too far away. Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) makes his way up to 2nd place with teammate Lui Tamatuna taking the 3rd spot for now. The series continue on February 8th at Nachekovring Avtodrom.

Qualification results:
Drivers had 3 shots on track to drive the fastest lap time possible. Best time is displayed on the table:

Qualification:
1 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 57.513
2 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 57.748
3 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 57.889
4 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 57.892
5 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 58.094
6 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 58.332
7 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 58.369
8 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 58.389
9 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 58.729
10 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 58.771
11 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 58.781
12 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 58.823
13 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 58.833
14 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 58.958
15 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 59.000
16 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 59.037
17 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 59.276
18 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 1:03.452


Race results:
Drivers had 50 laps around the track with one mandatory pit stop:

Race:

1 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 55:18.495
2 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 55:47.911
3 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 55:48.241
4 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 55:54.022
5 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 55:55.138
6 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 56:08.733
7 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 56:11.343
8 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 56:14.752
9 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 56:16.208
10 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 56:28.215
11 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) −1 lap
12 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) −1 lap
Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) DNF lap 45
Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) DNF lap 39
Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) DNF lap 33
Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) DNF lap 30
Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) DNF lap 18
Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) DNF lap 8


Standings after 2/7 events:

Drivers Standings:

1 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 26 points
2 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 24 points
3 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 22 points
4 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 17 points
5 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 10 points
6 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 10 points
7 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 9 points
8 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 9 points
9 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 7 points
10 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 5 points
11 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 4 points
12 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 4 points
13 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 2 points
14 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 1 points
15 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 0 points
16 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 0 points
17 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 0 points
18 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 0 points


Team Standings:

1 Image Kaylan Junior Team 63 points
2 Image Linus GP 27 points
3 Image Team Mirkov 23 points
4 Image Bergren GP Team 13 points
5 Image Domerton Motorsport 12 points
6 Image Xelarate Racing Academy 10 points
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Event 3: Nachekov Gran Pri
Nachekovring Avtodrom

Race distance: 30 laps
Conditions:Heavy rain


Third race of the season at Nachekovring Avtodrom. The 3.5-km long racing circuit is one of the fastest tracks on the calendar which, under normal circumstances, would give drivers a chance to push their cars to the max on it's long straights and simple corners. However, the race day in Nachekov saw a heavy rainfall accompanied with a temperature of mere +2C, causing the drivers to be way more conservative in their approach and punishing those who went for too big of a risk.

With qualification seeing Kaylan Junior Team's Lui Tamatuna picking the pole, followed shortly by Sasha Thornsk and Darian Vilau, the race was set to begin. Indeed, the event turned out to be a test of drivers patience and consistency, with first incidents happening in the early stages of the race. Marius Afakasi, after having a great start and raising all the way up from P8 to P5, lost control of the car at lap 2, causing the Domerton driver to crash into Miles Tulau in front, resulting in an early retirement for both of them.

The next retirement happened for Bergren GP Team driver Kevin Iklasson, who misjudged a corner while attempting an overtake on teammate Martin Eklund. Iklasson spun out and ended up in a barrier. Various similar incidents happened during the race, with Losi Fanaafi suffering a similar fate on lap 20, as well as Team Mirkov drivers Maxim Petrov and Timur Apuhtin losing their guard in late stages of the race, colliding into each other and, despite being able to continue, losing a lot of valuable time and finding themselves in the back of the remaining grid. Perhaps the most unfortunate incident, however, happened to Bergren's driver Martin Eklund who, having managed to raise all the way to the top and into the lead, lost control of his car at the very last lap of the race right before the finish line and slid himself into a pit wall, mere few meters before the finish.

Thus, the race at Nachekov was won by Kaylan Junior Team driver Darian Vilau, followed by teammate Lui Tamatuna and Domerton driver Timoti Aiani. The result sees previous leader Thornsk dropping in the drivers standing to 3rd place, with Vilau and Tamatuna taking the 1st and 2nd for now. The series continue on February 22nd at Race24 Bana in Virkestad, Kalmarlund.

Qualification results:
Drivers had 3 shots on track to drive the fastest lap time possible. Best time is displayed on the table:

Qualification:
1 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:44.030
2 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 1:44.632
3 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:44.848
4 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:45.282
5 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 1:45.604
6 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 1:45.805
7 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 1:46.318
8 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 1:46.355
9 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 1:46.370
10 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:46.654
11 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:46.726
12 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 1:46.824
13 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 1:47.075
14 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 1:47.112
15 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:47.275
16 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 1:47.343
17 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 1:47.442
18 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 1:52.544


Race results:
Drivers had 30 laps around the track with one mandatory pit stop:

Race:

1 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 58:39.155
2 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 58:53.203
3 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 59:09.582
4 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 59:23.987
5 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 59:24.591
6 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 59:28.837
7 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 59:30.456
8 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 59:31.299
9 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 59:39.792
10 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 59:44.113
11 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 59:57.832
12 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 1:00:10.441
13 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 1:00:13.314
Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) DNF lap 30
Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) DNF lap 20
Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) DNF lap 13
Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) DNF lap 2
Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) DNF lap 2


Standings after 3/7 events:

Drivers Standings:

1 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 37 points
2 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 37 points
3 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 33 points
4 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 24 points
5 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 19 points
6 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 12 points
7 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 10 points
8 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 10 points
9 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 10 points
10 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 9 points
11 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 9 points
12 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 5 points
13 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 4 points
14 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 3 points
15 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 2 points
16 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1 points
17 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 0 points
18 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 0 points


Team Standings:

1 Image Kaylan Junior Team 98 points
2 Image Linus GP 38 points
3 Image Team Mirkov 29 points
5 Image Domerton Motorsport 29 points
4 Image Bergren GP Team 16 points
6 Image Xelarate Racing Academy 13 points
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Postby Togonistan » Sun Feb 23, 2020 1:59 pm

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Event 4: Virkestad Grand Prix
Race24 Bana

Race distance: 30 laps
Conditions:Dry


The fourth race of the season took us to Rece24 Bana in Virkestad, Kalmarlund. The nice dry weather, although a bit cloudy provided a relatively simple race for the drivers there, who truly floored the pedal and showed us some spectacular performances. Starting with the qualification round, we saw Lui Tamatuna taking the pole position, followed by Sasha Thornsk and Darian Vilau.

The race however turned a lot upside down, as Bergren driver Martin Eklund shuffled the cards completely. Having placed p15 in the qualifying, the Kalmarlundian driver kept a cold nerve and raced to the very last moment of the GP, taking revenge for his last lap retirement during the previous race and eventually climbed the ranks all the way to the 2nd step on the podium.

Another surprise podium got achieved by Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) whose race strategy and great tyre management allowed him to climb from P10 to P3. The race win, however, still went to the Kaylan team driver, who this time turned out to be Darian Vilau. Solid performance throughout the race allowed the Togonistani driver to take that top spot.

With this result, we have a new leader in the drivers standings with Darian Vilau moving to the top spot. Also, Sasha Thornsk lowers the gap with Lui Tamatuna to mere 2 points. With half of the season over, we are sure to see an interesting battle for the drivers title during the remaining 3 events. Also, looking at the team standings, both Bergren as well as Domerton have moved up on the table. While there are doubts anyone is able to push the manufacturer team from the throne with this gap, nothing is certain lower in the standings and it will be interesting to keep an eye on these results as well.

The series continue on March 3rd at Anderstad Raceway, stay tuned.

Qualification results:
Drivers had 3 shots on track to drive the fastest lap time possible. Best time is displayed on the table:

Qualification:

1 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:52.815
2 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 1:52.952
3 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:53.059
4 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:53.379
5 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 1:53.661
6 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 1:53.781
7 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 1:54.074
8 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:54.188
9 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 1:54.194
10 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 1:54.223
11 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 1:54.255
12 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 1:54.308
13 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:54.385
14 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 1:54.394
15 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 1:54.647
16 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 1:54.930
17 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:55.499
18 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 1:58.399


Race results:
Drivers had 30 laps around the track with one mandatory pit stop:

Race:

1 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:00:15.986
2 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 1:00:24.032
3 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 1:00:32.288
4 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 1:00:32.644
5 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 1:00:36.705
6 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:00:47.156
7 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:00:54.570
8 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:01:06.594
9 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 1:01:07.701
10 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 1:01:08.493
11 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 1:01:14.319
12 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:01:20.247
13 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 1:01:30.098
14 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 1:01:33.542
15 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 1:01:34.633
16 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 1:01:59.099
Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) DNF lap 11
Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) DNF lap 8


Standings after 4/7 events:

Drivers Standings:

1 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 57 points
2 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 42 points
3 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 40 points
4 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 26 points
5 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 24 points
6 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 19 points
7 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 15 points
8 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 12 points
9 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 11 points
10 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 10 points
11 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 10 points
12 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 10 points
13 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 9 points
14 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 5 points
15 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 5 points
16 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1 points
17 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 4 points
18 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 0 points


Team Standings:

1 Image Kaylan Junior Team 123 points
2 Image Linus GP 45 points
3 Image Bergren GP Team 41 points
4 Image Domerton Motorsport 39 points
5 Image Team Mirkov 30 points
6 Image Xelarate Racing Academy 16 points
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Postby Togonistan » Sat Mar 07, 2020 8:22 am

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Event 5: Anderstad Grand Prix
Anderstad Raceway

Race distance: 30 laps
Conditions:Dry


The fifth race of the season took place in Anderstad, Kalmarlund. Another dry weekend provided perfect conditions for drivers. In qualification, we saw Kaylan Junior Team driver Lui Tamatuna set a lap time of 2:32.042, which proved to be enough to secure P1 on the starting grid, followed by teammate Darian Vilau and Bergren GP Team driver Martin Eklund.

The race gave us a lot of fierce fighting for the top positions, with lead constantly changing throughout the race. Despite overall clean racing though, the race did have a few incidents, one of which happened after Domerton driver Enrico Palamo suddenly lost power from his engine, thus making the car be stuck standing in the middle of a corner. Unluckily, Bergren driver Kevin Iklasson collided with the standing car, thus causing a DNF for himself.

Another incident happened during lap 22, where Linus GP driver Páivi Estevão had a run-in with his teammate Tavita Fualema. The duo was fighting each other on the back of the grid, while Fualema closed the door on the Tödlichebujoki driver in a corner, causing the latter to collide into a wall and break his car's front left wheel in the process.

Meanwhile, a curse seems to still be stalking Bergren GP Team driver Martin Eklund, who suffered a tyre puncture on lap 24. The Kalmarlundian driver was contender for a top 3 finish, until his front left tyre let him down, causing Eklund to pit and put himself out of the game.

The race victory went to Linus GP driver Sasha Thornks, making it 2nd victory of the season for the Natanyan driver. The strong result puts him in a great situation before the final 2 rounds of the championship, keeping Thornsk as a solid title contender. Thornsk was followed by Kaylan Junior Team drivers Darian Vilau and Miles Tulau.

The series continue on March 21st in Edrana Race Park, Togonistan. Nothing is clear in the championship yet and the final two rounds are promising to be interesting.

Qualification results:
Drivers had 3 shots on track to drive the fastest lap time possible. Best time is displayed on the table:

Qualification:

1 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 2:32.042
2 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 2:32.431
3 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 2:32.562
4 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 2:32.585
5 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 2:32.690
6 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 2:32.806
7 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 2:33.092
8 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 2:33.142
9 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 2:33.142
10 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 2:33.160
11 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 2:33.175
12 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 2:33.321
13 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 2:33.438
14 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 2:33.521
15 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 2:33.676
16 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 2:33.947
17 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 2:34.195
18 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 2:36.348


Race results:
Drivers had 30 laps around the track with one mandatory pit stop:

Race:

1 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 1:19:14.419
2 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:19:20.293
3 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:19:21.575
4 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:19:22.044
5 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 1:19:27.862
6 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 1:19:34.942
7 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:19:39.607
8 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 1:19:50.042
9 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 1:19:50.897
10 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:19:51.932
11 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 1:19:53.213
12 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 1:19:56.032
13 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 1:19:57.239
14 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:19:58.271
15 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 1:20:20.961
Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) DNF lap 22
Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) DNF lap 16
Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) DNF lap 16


Standings after 5/7 events:

Drivers Standings:

1 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 72 points
2 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 62 points
3 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 49 points
4 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 34 points
5 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 26 points
6 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 21 points
7 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 16 points
8 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 16 points
9 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 15 points
10 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 11 points
11 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 10 points
12 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 10 points
13 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 10 points
14 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 9 points
15 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 8 points
16 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 5 points
17 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1 points
18 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 0 points


Team Standings:

1 Image Kaylan Junior Team 155 points
2 Image Linus GP 67 points
3 Image Bergren GP Team 47 points
4 Image Domerton Motorsport 44 points
5 Image Team Mirkov 35 points
6 Image Xelarate Racing Academy 21 points

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Postby Togonistan » Mon Mar 23, 2020 2:44 am

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Event 6: Edrana GP
Edrana Race Park

Race distance: 30 laps
Conditions:Dry


The penultimate round took us to Edrana Race Park in Togonistan. A small, 3.2-km long circuit with it's many tricky bends requires some good patience and control over their car from the drivers. Qualification saw Linus GP driver Sasha Thornsk taking the pole, followed by Lui Tamatuna and Miles Tulau.

Moving on to the race, it turned out to be one of the calmest races of the season, with no major incidents. Although, we did see some great racing with multiple overtakes and some great team strategy once again. Arguably, Fili Faraimo could be considered driver of the day here, as her pace, great driving and amazing team strategy brought her all the way from P17 to a very solid P5 finish.

With the Sasha Thornsk having secured P1 in the qualification round, the Natanyan driver managed to hold this position for the duration of the race, bringing in another victory for him. Followed by his championship rival Darian Vilau and another Kaylan Junior Team driver Lui Tamatuna.

With this result, the gap between the two drivers has been reduced to 5 points and it is all to be decided in the final round of the season. Stay tuned for the final round in Hwoarang Racing Circuit, where we will see the first WGP3 ENZ Champion being crowned.

Qualification results:
Drivers had 3 shots on track to drive the fastest lap time possible. Best time is displayed on the table:

Qualification:

1 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 2:02.980
2 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 2:03.108
3 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 2:03.380
4 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 2:03.747
5 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 2:03.836
6 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 2:03.843
7 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 2:04.134
8 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 2:04.148
9 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 2:04.166
10 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 2:04.174
11 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 2:04.221
12 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 2:04.247
13 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 2:04.256
14 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 2:04.271
15 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 2:04.337
16 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 2:04.501
17 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 2:04.644
18 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 2:08.097


Race results:
Drivers had 30 laps around the track with one mandatory pit stop:

Race:

1 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 1:04:56.481
2 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:05:05.877
3 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:05:14.877
4 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 1:05:34.765
5 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:05:41.629
6 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 1:05:43.571
7 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 1:05:46.483
8 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 1:05:48.860
9 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:05:49.030
10 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 1:05:53.763
11 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 1:06:02.369
12 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 1:06:03.266
13 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:06:03.364
14 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 1:06:10.919
15 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 1:06:12.110
16 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:06:24.155
17 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 1:06:32.051
18 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 1:06:47.361


Standings after 6/7 events:

Drivers Standings:

1 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 87 points
2 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 82 points
3 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 59 points
4 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 36 points
5 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 29 points
6 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 24 points
7 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 23 points
8 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 21 points
9 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 20 points
10 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 14 points
11 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 11 points
12 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 11 points
13 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 10 points
14 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 9 points
15 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 8 points
16 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 5 points
17 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1 points
18 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 0 points


Team Standings:

1 Image Kaylan Junior Team 192 points
2 Image Linus GP 87 points
3 Image Bergren GP Team 54 points
4 Image Domerton Motorsport 50 points
5 Image Team Mirkov 42 points
6 Image Xelarate Racing Academy 29 points

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Event 7: Hwoarang GP
Hwoarang Racing Circuit

Race distance: 30 laps
Conditions:Dry


The final round of the championship took us to Hwoarang Racing Circuit in Togonistan. The 4.025 km-long track is one of the fastest tracks in the whole Novapax region. Built on top of the old military airbase, the surface is generally very flat and the elevation changes during the course are really abysmal. With multiple airstrips integrated to the circuit, the wide straights allow for great overtaking opportunities with the use of slipstreaming, accompanied with some sharp corners at the end to truly pull of some spectacular maneuvers. The long runoffs on the either side of the track can encourage the drivers to truly go for risks during the race.

Qualification was topped by Lui Tamatuna, followed by Darian Vilau and Sasha Thornsk.

Moving on to the race, the final round turned out to be an exciting race with the championship rivals battling it out to the last breath. An overall clean race, with only one major incident happening during the early stages of the race. During lap 6, Domerton driver Timoti Aiani suffered an engine failure, leaving him stranded in the middle of the road and resulting in his teammate Marius Afakasi crashing into him, shorly followed by Linus GP driver Tavita Fualema also getting stuck in the middle of rubble. The 3-way DNF brought out a safety car for 4 laps, after which the race went on.

Following a tight battle, the race was eventually won by Kaylan Junior Team driver Darian Vilau, who also secured the drivers championship title with this result and, thus, was crowned WGP3 ENZ Champion. Following Vilau in the standings were Sasha Thornsk and Lui Tamatuna.

Thus, the WGP3 ENZ Championship has come to an end, with another season already being planned for the next year. Meanwhile, we are eager to see what will happen to drivers who participated this season. Will we see some of them again next year? Will some of them make a move to WGP2 or, perhaps, even WGPC? With these young prospects, nothing is certain and we might very well have witnessed the first chapter of a possible future racing legend.

Meanwhile, we would like to thank all the fans who kept an eye on the championship. With a current season of WGP2 still ongoing and the upcoming WGPC season already in sight, the world of motorsports sure has a lot else on offer for enthusiasts to keep an eye on.

Qualification results:
Drivers had 3 shots on track to drive the fastest lap time possible. Best time is displayed on the table:

Qualification

1 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:50.858
2 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:50.881
3 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 1:50.897
4 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 1:51.067
5 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 1:51.097
6 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 1:51.118
7 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 1:51.138
8 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 1:51.200
9 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:51.253
10 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 1:51.259
11 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 1:51.261
12 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 1:51.277
13 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:51.412
14 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 1:51.438
15 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 1:51.462
16 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 1:51.634
17 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1:51.740
18 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 1:52.471


Race results:
Drivers had 30 laps around the track with one mandatory pit stop:

Race

1 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 56:40.320
2 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 56:40.690
3 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 56:42.106
4 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 56:44.588
5 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 56:49.806
6 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 56:52.723
7 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 57:00.806
8 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 57:01.960
9 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 57:05.184
10 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 57:06.405
11 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 57:07.456
12 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 57:08.693
13 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 57:09.480
14 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 57:12.512
15 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 57:13.138
Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) DNF lap 6
Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) DNF lap 6
Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) DNF lap 6


Final Championship Standings:

Drivers Standings:

1 Image Darian Vilau (Kaylan Junior Team) 107 points
2 Image Sasha Thornsk (Linus GP) 89 points
3 Image Lui Tamatuna (Kaylan Junior Team) 69 points
4 Image Miles Tulau (Kaylan Junior Team) 42 points
5 Image Martin Eklund (Bergren GP Team) 35 points
6 Image Fili Faraimo (Xelarate Racing Academy) 24 points
7 Image Maxim Petrov (Team Mirkov) 24 points
8 Image Timoti Aiani (Domerton Motorsport) 21 points
9 Image Marius Afakasi (Domerton Motorsport) 20 points
10 Image Kevin Iklasson (Bergren GP Team) 19 points
11 Image Fri Gudjonsen (Bergren GP Team) 15 points
12 Image Timur Apuhtin (Team Mirkov) 12 points
13 Image Enrico Palamo (Domerton Motorsport) 11 points
14 Image Oleg Kusnetsov (Team Mirkov) 10 points
15 Image Losi Fanaafi (Xelarate Racing Academy) 10 points
16 Image Páivi Estevão (Linus GP) 5 points
17 Image Arona Fuga (Xelarate Racing Academy) 1 points
18 Image Tavita Fualema (Linus GP) 0 points


Team Standings:

1 Image Kaylan Junior Team 228 points
2 Image Linus GP 94 points
3 Image Bergren GP Team 80 points
4 Image Domerton Motorsport 50 points
5 Image Team Mirkov 46 points
6 Image Xelarate Racing Academy 31 points
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