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Re: GPGSL S12 R11 Turkish GP - Instanbul
Date: March 23, 2019 09:56PM
Posted by: Rod_vs
Terrible!!! :(


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Re: GPGSL S12 R11 Turkish GP - Instanbul
Date: March 23, 2019 10:07PM
Posted by: GPGTV.org/farked
GPGSL Round 11 Test Drivers Feature Race
Istanbul Park, Turkey


MTP's John Maverick sits on pole, clear track ahead of him, as all 5 lights glow....


And they are GO..... Maverick leads, Greenhalgh 2nd, with Jalving and Moinet side by side...


All cars safely having navigated the first set of turns....


The front of the field quite stretched out as they head towards the end of lap 1....


Stoddart engaged in a close fight for positions in the points....


The MTP of John Maverick leads after lap 1, with the top 4 all within close range of each other...


Meanwhile towards the rear of the pack, Chris Copeman has cars galore ahead of him...


Jalving has a run on Moinet ahead of him, as they head down the back straight...


Gilson has a good view of the overtake attempt ahead of him, as both Jalving and Moinet are well to the left on the road....


Jalving got by Moinet, to move into 3rd position...


The top 10 all on the front straight, as race leader Maverick sets out on Lap 3....


The top 8 positions on Lap 3....


Positions 9-16....


And 17-22nd....


Mal Stoddart the meat in a MAC Racing sandwich....


Cremasco, Soutsen and Elleker 3 wide down the back straight towards the tight set of final turns....


Cremasco lost out in that one, as the pack forms behind him....


Chaos at the first turn, as both Tyrants are involved, Scala spins and Ingers tangle in seperate incidents....


A quick replay showed Scala out of control, and further back Majumadar too deep under brakes...


Majumadar and Scala had to let the entire field pass before both recovering....


Smoke billows from the back of the Alpha of Ed Greenhalgh....


Um, er.... pullover - FIRE!!!!! Stop the car, stop the car....


Still smoking away, burning the engine to a charred pile of metal...


And finally off track, after a spectacular exit...


Another occurence of brakes locking up at Turn 1.....


Beggani spins....


Copeman continues, but is off the track...


Newly appointed team boss at Snake Motorsports, Aiden Keranen sits in 12th on the road....


Jalving kicks off the pit stops at the end of Lap 7...


Soutsen is one the many pitting on this lap, with Elleker just ahead in pit lane...


Jalving re-emerges in 14th after his stop....


Race leader in pit lane....


Gilson in for service as well, with the DMR of Sheppard coming into the lane as well....


Pit lane is a hive of activity as teams swing into action....


Pedersen in the MAC lost ground on Sheppard, and now has Beggani ahead of him, who is yet to pit...



Pedersen can see Sheppard way ahead, two cars ahead on the road....


TDC leader Eric Moinet sits in first currently, ahead of making his pit stop...


The top 3 all in pit lane, as the Tyrant of O'Brien also will be heading to pit lane.Maverick sits close behind in 5th, ready to reclaim the race lead....


Nearly all pit stops now complete, as we see the UPS/DOWNS of the Top 10 on track.... Beggani yet to pit...


Cremasco has a good run down the straight and appears ready to attack Elleker....


The MMM boss right up under the AMR's rear wing....


But, as we seem to be seeing a lot of, a cloud of brake dust from a lockup...


Cremasco spins, as Elleker continues....


Cremasco facing the wrong way, with a bunch of cars heading his way, drops him to the rear...


Positions 1-8


9-16....


17-22...


Soutsen has a hot battle around him....


Majumadar once again lets ambition get in the way of talent, with another spin....


DMR's Charrel Jalving sits in 2nd place, with race leader Maverick a distant speck ahead, 3.5 seconds ahead....


The points leader has now lost control, brakes locked up....


Pedersen was involved with Moinet in that incident, and rejoins the track. Moinet can be seen in the background, getting lucky and able to recover straight away...


The top 8 after 13 of 18 laps....


Eric Moinet, after his earlier hiccup, runs in 8th spot....


Positions 9-16 with just a few laps remaining....


And the tail end of the field....


Joseph Gilson in 3rd, with a nice buffer behind him to 4th...


Sheppard in 4th....


But this race has all been about the MTP driver John Maverick, leading all the way other than during pit stops...


Charrel Jalving in the DMR sits in 2nd - surprised that DMR haven't stripped the name off Charrel's car to slap Jalving on there for him... lol


Aiden Keranen leads a train of cars....


2 laps to go for Maverick, as we again see the movers and shakers of the Top 10....


Nathan McGregor still on the hunt to chase down Sheppard for 4th spot, as the DMR driver rounds the turn ahead....


And in the other MAC, it is Pedersen in 6th place....


O'Brien pushing hard to try and snatch that final point off Soutsen as the laps wind down....


Race leader comfortably in front, with 2nd place coming over the crest of hill in the background. Only disaster can take this win off Maverick....


Things getting busy with O'Brien's quest for 12th....


Soutsen goes defensive, whilst ahead, it is Ingers and Keranen in a similar battle...


O'Brien moves to the middle, looking to dive down the inside....


The Tyrant driver locks up the brakes....


And it is O'Brien who spins, Soutsen holds onto 12th...


But in a flawless display, it is John Maverick taking the win in todays Feature Race....


2nd place for Charrel Jalving....


3rd place for Joseph Gilson to complete the podium....




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Re: GPGSL S12 R11 Turkish GP - Instanbul
Date: March 23, 2019 10:07PM
Posted by: GPGTV.org/farked
Full Results for Feature Race, Round 11 Istanbul Park





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Re: GPGSL S12 R11 Turkish GP - Instanbul
Date: March 23, 2019 10:23PM
Posted by: shep34
Quite happy with the results for DMR this time out. Good show of pace, after the debacle of last round at Spa.....

**RD note - i found the amount of spins and brake lock ups at this track to be almost on the unacceptable side. Only a few incidents, but.... Will be curious to see how the main race runs. I ran AI errors at 5, after numerous tests of settings, and 5 was about as tolerable as things could get. I would almost say we ban this track for next season, depending how the main race goes.....



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Re: GPGSL S12 R11 Turkish GP - Instanbul
Date: March 24, 2019 12:06AM
Posted by: Dom
Not the luckiest day.

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Re: GPGSL S12 R11 Turkish GP - Instanbul
Date: March 24, 2019 12:14AM
Posted by: EricMoinet
Not a good race for Mistral. For some reason I can't take advantage of the feature race this season, always something going wrong.

Let's go to the main race now, hopefully some good results for my boys.


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Re: GPGSL S12 R11 Turkish GP - Instanbul
Date: March 24, 2019 12:43AM
Posted by: Addrodoc
A nice warm up in the testers race. Hopefully we can get a similar result in the full race.



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Re: GPGSL S12 R11 Turkish GP - Instanbul
Date: March 24, 2019 02:26AM
Posted by: JohnMaverick
As far as the serious analysis of this race goes ...
YES! YES! Nanananana nananana, YES! *clear throat*

I'm glad that I could prove myself that I still have it. After the mostly desastrous FP sessions in this season, this win (and its fashion) really pamper my consciousness.
And it's also (hopefully) a good sign for the main race that we can keep up with the double-boosted cars. Matteo made a mistake in the feature race, but I'm sure he'll be on his best in the main race. And from Carlos, I'm really expecting a fight for the win with his driver boost.


As for the track, I'm nonetheless tempted to agree with Glen, depending on how the main race goes. With AI mistakes already reduced to 5, there were too many accidents.


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Re: GPGSL S12 R11 Turkish GP - Instanbul
Date: March 24, 2019 04:14AM
Posted by: SchueyFan
Hugely frustrating to break down in such a strong position





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Re: GPGSL S12 R11 Turkish GP - Instanbul
Date: March 24, 2019 08:44AM
Posted by: GPGTV.org/farked
Round 11 - Turkish GP - Istanbul Park

Race day at Istanbul, and it started to rain slightly a couple of minutes ago.


But as we can see on pole setter Steer's car, it's by far not enough to put on intermediates.


The red lights are out, and off they go


Kederer tries around the outside


And makes the move stick


Onboard with Vilela in last, showing us that everyone made it through the first corner


Going into turn 9 Kederer takes the race lead


Soutsen passes O'Neill for 10th


The 2 Mistrals going at it, brilliant opening lap by McClure so far, up to 12th from 19th


Both AMR have lost some places


Jalving looks set to take 4th from Warrington


O'Neill too late on the brakes, and has nowhere to go but the back of Soutsen


They both run wide and lose out to McClure


Jalving made the move stick


Warrington under pressure from Rodríguez


Scala has a go at Pedersen, who himself goes for a move on Greidanus


Scala makes his one stick


Vilela hands the wooden spoon to Keranen


Jalving's on the move again, takes 3rd from McCarthy


Pedersen retakes the position from Scala


Hinz passes his teammate


Vilela tries to slip through as well, but can't quite get it done




Silva ran a bit wide, and has to go defensive on O'Neill


McClure clearly the man of the hour, 9 places gained in 3 laps only


Jalving up to 2nd now


Worseling passes Scala for 17th


Russell now in last, having been passed by Keranen


Warrington just a tad late on the brakes, which is enough for Rodríguez to go past


Scala about to lose another place, as he has to defend against Hinz


Meanwhile Steer dropped to 4th


Gilson round the outside of Mills for 8th


He manages to repass Gilson going in turn 12, but at the same time loses out to McClure, who takes 2 places at once


Greidanus past O'Neill now, in 13th place


McCarthy managed to close the gap to Jalving


Rodríguez closely followed by the Tyrants, he can't seem to shake them off


Just as I said that Warrington goes past the MTP


Kederer still in the lead, but Jalving's closing in


Gilson with another go on Mills, gets the move done


Scala still successfully defending against Hinz


Mills under attack from all sides now


Only O'Neill gets past though, moving up 3 places at once


Soutsen now through as well


Or so he thought, Mills fights back


Tries again in turn 12, and gets it done


Mills going very wide in the process


Losing another place to Greidanus




O'Neill right at the back of Silva


Another position lost for Mills as Pedersen goes past


O'Neill goes for the inside


and takes 10th from Silva


Scala managed to get back past Worseling


Hinz defending hard against teammate Elleker


Kederer's lead is getting smaller each lap, the gap down to a second now


That's Mills off the track in turn 8


Rejoins right in the path of Scala, who has no chance to avoid him


Mills race is over, while Scala has to pit for a new frontwing


Losing plenty of positions in the process


Keranen past Vilela


Or not


Yellow flags out as the Marshalls recover Mills' car


Close duell between Keranen and Russell


There's contact, and Russell spins around




Scala finally reaches the pits


Onboard with Jalving, and that's fake rain on the camera here. I can't see any single drop falling right now (some graphical bug, the drops didn't move and were like this on every onboard)


Warrington set his sight on Steer, having managed to pull away from Rodríguez


Only half a second now between Kederer and Jalving


Greidanus the first one to come in for his regular stop


I was wrong, Warrington's already in


That's the move for the lead, Jalving goes for the inside in turn 9


But Kederer manages to defend the position


Quick decision by the DMR pitwall, they bring Jalving in for the undercut


Pedersen takes 11th from Soutsen


Disaster for Jalving, he has to wait as McClure just goes past him


Kederer and McCarthy on the way in for their stops


More tough luck for Jalving as he got stuck behind Keranen on his outlap


He only just stays ahead of McCarthy


While Kederer managed to stay ahead


Can you believe it, contact between Vilela and Jalving, allowing McCarthy to go past




Gilson currently in the lead, but he is yet to stop


Jalving back past McCarthy


He has Kederer right ahead of him now, who himself seems to be stuck behind another car


That's de Bruyker off the track!


Here's a replay, he was too late on the brakes and hit Rodríguez


Sending the MTP right into Steer.


The Brit goes off and spins, while Rodríguez manages to keep the car on the track


It was Elleker who held up Kederer. The Brit pitting, while Kederer has Jalving right as his back


De Bruyker meanwhile continues in 19th, while Steer is last. A promising race completely ruined.




Warrington in 5th, chased by McClure


Jalving goes for the lead in turn 9


But there's contact!


Jalving's spun


Kederer has gone off, too


He manages to continue in 2nd


While Jalving has dropped all the way back to 12th


McCarthy now leading the race, as we have a look at the standings






Warrington maintaining the gap to McClure


Worseling looks to pass Jalving, but can't make it


Slight lock-up for Jalving in turn 1, no consequences


McCarthy extends his lead ever so slightly


De Bruyker goes past Keranen


Rodríguez right behind Kederer, he too with some fancy fake rain on the camera


He goes for the inside


Gets the move done


O'Neill up to 5th


Worseling has another go at Jalving


Again it doesn't work out


Soutsen has to defend against Pedersen


McClure can no longer go the same pace as before the stop, he let teammate Silva through


Hinz goes around the outside of Worseling, nicely done


McClure back ahead of Silva


McCarthy seems to have it in the bag, Rodríguez can't close in either


Scala defends 17th against de Bruyker


Contact between Pedersen and Soutsen under braking for turn 12


Pedersen spins around, while Soutsen can continue


Pedersen resumes the race in 15th


With all the drama, Hinz has moved up to the points, probably rather unexpected


Rodríguez lost a whole .4s to Kederer the last sector, just a slighty mistakes or are his tyres done?


O'Neill closed the gap to Warrington


Gilson goes past Silva for 7th


Greidanus currently in 10th place


de Bruyker goes past Scala for 17th


5 laps to go for McCarthy


O'Neill right behind Warrington, while the timing shows that Keranen moved past Scala as well


Here we have the confirmation


Steer has spun


It seems there was contact between him and Russell


O'Neill overtakes Warrington for 4th place


Soutsen holding on to 9th


Despite the slight lack of pace after the stops, McClure still the man with most places gained


3 to go for McCarthy


Seems it was just a slight mistake earlier, as Rodríguez is over 3s ahead of Kederer now


Jalving still one of the fastest cars on track, now looking to at least salvage some points


Gilson with the move for 6th


McClure stays alongside


Has the inside for turn 12


And keeps his position


Jalving got past Greidanus to 10th


Gilson tries again, this time he gets it done


Hinz versus Greidanus for 11th


McCarthy starts the final lap of the race


de Bruyker goes past Pedersen


Vilela sticks to the back of the Tyrant and slips through as well


Contact between Greidanus and Hinz under braking for turn 1


Greidanus off the track


And Hinz has spun


Incredibly upsetting for Greidanus, shoved out of the points in the final lap


Hinz too loses out


McCarthy crosses the line, taking his maiden win!


2nd place for Rodríguez


Kederer completes the podium in 3rd


Silva took 7th from his teammate on the final meters


Elleker too with a position gained, past Worseling to 11th



Congratulations to Gareth McCarthy on his first career win! The third one for MAC Racing this season, a new record for them, and the most of any team so far this year.



Race Director: Ernie B. Ecclescake


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Re: GPGSL S12 R11 Turkish GP - Instanbul
Date: March 24, 2019 08:45AM
Posted by: GPGSL
Re: GPGSL S12 R11 Turkish GP - Instanbul
Date: March 24, 2019 08:48AM
Posted by: kedy89
JohnMaverick schrieb:
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> As far as the serious analysis of this race goes
> ...
> YES! YES! Nanananana nananana, YES! *clear
> throat*
>
> I'm glad that I could prove myself that I still
> have it. After the mostly desastrous FP sessions
> in this season, this win (and its fashion) really
> pamper my consciousness.
> And it's also (hopefully) a good sign for the main
> race that we can keep up with the double-boosted
> cars. Matteo made a mistake in the feature race,
> but I'm sure he'll be on his best in the main
> race. And from Carlos, I'm really expecting a
> fight for the win with his driver boost.
>
>
> As for the track, I'm nonetheless tempted to agree
> with Glen, depending on how the main race goes.
> With AI mistakes already reduced to 5, there were
> too many accidents.


I ran it with the 40 I originally put, imo not considerably more incidents than on many other tracks. You could say the same about Melbourne, Boromo, Kyalami, Österreichring etc., just to name a few. If you dropped a track each time I ranted about one, we'd be out of tracks by now.



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Re: GPGSL S12 R11 Turkish GP - Instanbul
Date: March 24, 2019 10:20AM
Posted by: seanmikeuk
Good failure free race for me finishing behind Toby in 4th place. Congrats to Toby for getting on the podium.

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Re: GPGSL S12 R11 Turkish GP - Instanbul
Date: March 24, 2019 10:48AM
Posted by: shep34
kedy89 Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> JohnMaverick schrieb:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > As far as the serious analysis of this race
> goes
> > ...
> > YES! YES! Nanananana nananana, YES! *clear
> > throat*
> >
> > I'm glad that I could prove myself that I still
> > have it. After the mostly desastrous FP
> sessions
> > in this season, this win (and its fashion)
> really
> > pamper my consciousness.
> > And it's also (hopefully) a good sign for the
> main
> > race that we can keep up with the
> double-boosted
> > cars. Matteo made a mistake in the feature
> race,
> > but I'm sure he'll be on his best in the main
> > race. And from Carlos, I'm really expecting a
> > fight for the win with his driver boost.
> >
> >
> > As for the track, I'm nonetheless tempted to
> agree
> > with Glen, depending on how the main race goes.
> > With AI mistakes already reduced to 5, there
> were
> > too many accidents.
>
>
> I ran it with the 40 I originally put, imo not
> considerably more incidents than on many other
> tracks. You could say the same about Melbourne,
> Boromo, Kyalami, Österreichring etc., just to
> name a few. If you dropped a track each time I
> ranted about one, we'd be out of tracks by now.

I am usually ok with racing incidents occuring, with genuine mishaps occuring. That is real life too! But i do have a bit of a concern when the racing incidents are clearly sparked by something in the track of the CC' line, or something that is probably fixable. I am a fan of the layout, and it did produce good racing, but kind of spoilt by clumsy AI behaviour..... No track is perfect, this one probably just needs a bit of a fix to be 90% tolerable.



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Pretty poor qualifying from me on both occasions, made up for it a bit with overtakes in the tester race but got saved by other people's mistakes in the main event, not my greatest race weekend at all

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Speaking of poor AI behaviour......

Charrel got robbed of the chance to take a much needed and well deserved win at Istanbul Park today! Had the pace, had the speed, and had the package to bring home the win. But, the racing gods were not on his side today.....

As for Rodrigo, starting dead last was never going to be too conducive to a good result. We as a team need to get Rodrigo's spirits lifted, and him qualifying better....

On to Monza we go.....



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Yeeeeeewwwwwww! So happy to get a win, thanks to MAC for the beast of a car and Glen for allowing the loan, looking forward to getting back to Demon with a nice little perf boost for next season
Not the best weekend for us despite Warrington bringing home a points finish with 5th.


Well, should have stayed in 12th there :-(



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Yes, another great result for us and shows that MAC just keeps on building.



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