Discussion in 'Asian Le Mans 2020 Closed' started by Ken Jagger, Dec 30, 2019.
Server is up
Got to go out will not be back in time have fun.
Sorry guys. I catch a flu and I can't race. I tried, but can't stay focused for one laps at least. I love this track and that makes things worse
Damn it. Thought this was 6pm. All that practice. Anyone fancy rerunning this one. No. Pooh
Please tell me the server crashed.
Please tell me that wasn't just me
That was just you Caitlin, I wondered where you went
For once I have learned to save tires, hardware let me down
The gears just went down from 6th to 1st in just one second and burned my engine, LOL
well, s@@@t happens.
See you next race
I don't bloody believe it
Very tough to take especially so late in the race Caitlin.
I didn't just lose a race. I lost a chance to redeem myself after last time, I lost a chance to celebrate winning a thrilling duel with Sam and most importantly I lost the championship lead. Thank you all for the race though. It was fun while it lasted.
I was ready to throw up a post not long after our run a Zooland but after reading the preceding, I just had to go back and check my replay cap to believe it. Good grief! Poor Caitlin. That was just so, so cruel. I thought that Chris Amon had bad luck but this...
Be that as it may, I offer up congratulations to Sam on a good win and to Ken for P2 especially considering his early race spin that set him way, way back. Great recovery drive, KJ. Joe did a great job to take the GT honours. Well done.
I had a pretty good run going with only one spot of drama. I ran off the road giving some space to Joe in a lapping scenario. Cost me as Didier passed for position and I had to fight back hard to regain it. I was making some progress in that til the last lap when not too far behind, cough, cough... The Chevy mill was coming up a pint short on fuel. Well I'll be buggered! I pulled off and stopped barely 1 km from home and prepared to exit the car when, BUMP! On my rear-view screen, a car was directly behind and giving me a shove. WHAT!?!? I could scarcely believe it! It was Ken, on his cool-down lap, giving me a shove all the way to the SFline. Far out! I own you at Guiness or two for that one, Ken.
I'm feeling more and more at home with the rF2 in general and the 'vette in particular. Looking forward to the next round.
To be fair I can't claim it was a recovery drive as such. My final position came courtesy of John crashing out, Caitlin disconnecting, Ricardo's engine blowing and Vito's long, long pit stop for whatever reason(?). Fifth would've been a decent result for me, so I was genuinely lucky but somewhat humble because of the other guys problems.