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Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 26, 2019 04:00PM
Posted by: Soutsen
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Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 27, 2019 12:07AM
Posted by: GPGTV.org/farked
GPGSL S13, Round 3 Qualifying
Welcome one and all, to The Autodromo Nazionale Monza. Today, we see the Round 3 Qualifying session take place. Weather is looking perfect, with perhaps a hint of a light shower towards the end of the session - but nothing that should impact the unleashing of horsepower of the boostfest that is GPGSL @ Monza.

So, after a 30 minute qualifying session, results in descending order as

follows...

22nd, Daly McClure, 1m24.565s


21st, Aidan Keranen, 1m24.530


20th, Carlos Rodriguez, 1m24.475


19th, Nico Beggani, 1m24.400


18th, Nick Worseling, 1m24.390


17th, Ruben Griedanus, 1m24.380


16th, Joseph Gilson, 1m24.379


15th, Luke Russell, 1m24.312


14th, Ryouichi Sakata, 1m24.308


13th, Marcus de Brukyer, 1m24.168


12th, Jeroen Buitenhuis, 1m24.163


11th, Michael Soutsen, 1m24.154


10th, Paulo Silva, 1m24.149


9th, Tobias Kederer, 1m24.111


8th, Christopher Hinz, 1m24.088


7th, Michael Pedersen, 1m24.060


6th, Matteo Scala, 1m24.026


5th, Sean O'Neill, 1m24.007


4th, Rodrigo Vilela, 1m23.960


3rd, Charrel Jalving, 1m23.887


2nd, Jack Elleker, 1m23.878


1st, John Warrington, 1m23.692


So, our pole sitter will be John Warrington, in the Tyrant Motorsports entry....
Congratulations to John.

Lights to go green at the weekend ahead....Join us then...



Race Director: Ernie B. Ecclescake


GPGTV Youtube Channel
Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 27, 2019 12:11AM
Posted by: Soutsen
Looking at screens, it seems like the session was affected by rain at some point. Anyway, I consider my eleventh place as a good result, keeping in mind that I had no driver assists working (boost) for this weekend. Grabbing some points should be possible.
And is it just only me, but the MMM car does really look simply fantastic? Absolutely lovely paintwork, I like every bit of it (Y)

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Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 27, 2019 12:40AM
Posted by: Mullet345
Extremely pleased with that result. Hopefully Warrington can have a clean race and bring home our first win of the season. De Bruyker may be starting from 13th on the grid, but we have full confidence that he can work his way up through the field and put himself in a good position to take home some points.




Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 27, 2019 12:44AM
Posted by: seanmikeuk
A good 5th place for me and 9rh place for Toby. Lets hope our finish positions are much higher.

LAMH DEARG EIRIN



GPGSL Alpha Motorsports, S13 Race Driver #8 S14 Race Driver #2
Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 27, 2019 12:56AM
Posted by: shep34
Good day on the track for the two DMR drivers, with the massive team boost applied, working very well for 1 lap pace. Fingers crossed that pace can continue for the entire race. We need points for the WCC badly...





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Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 27, 2019 06:03AM
Posted by: Pedersen
glad to be in top 10 =) Bring on da race win aye! =P
Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 27, 2019 08:42AM
Posted by: JackHammer
Front row! Awesome




Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 27, 2019 08:58AM
Posted by: Darksoul
Slightly disappointing result for VXR, but at least I've beat my teammate. :)

Christel VXR driver #6.

Turbo Lover schrieb:
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> Schei├če! Completely forgotten to send boost for
> Monza.


Exactly that.

However, given this situation, both FP and qualifying were mediocre. I had hoped for a better result for Anderson to give him a boost in motivation, but again, hang in there! The good results will come at some point.

In the race, it'll be tough for Carlos from far at the back but maybe some late-braking carnage can help him. As for Matteo, I really don't know where he took this lap from, but great job either way! Let's try to defend this position somehow.


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Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 27, 2019 07:16PM
Posted by: n00binio
Not bad, some solid points must be the goal now



- used to be GPGSL's Nick Heidfeld
Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 28, 2019 07:07AM
Posted by: ooleeeo
Good qualifying better than the practice, lets make the most out of this race.

[%20and]

Kimi forever!
Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 28, 2019 02:45PM
Posted by: Brett Sinclair
Way to go John... let's get some points for the team, looking forward to race hot



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Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 28, 2019 04:56PM
Posted by: Dom
Soutsen Wrote:
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> Every time I see an user "Dom" posting I remember
> the first scetch of these:
> [www.youtube.com]

Oh god hahahaha




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Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 28, 2019 06:16PM
Posted by: Turbo Lover
No boost, no glory. Hope for a Sepang-esque race.



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Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 28, 2019 09:45PM
Posted by: giomich
Another session with a good performance, I'm showing that I may be good enough for a racing seat, also good qualy by the boys
Re: GPGSL R3 - S13 Italian GP - Monza FP pg 28
Date: September 28, 2019 11:18PM
Posted by: GPGTV.org/farked
Welcome all to the magnificent Autodromo Nazionale Monza for todays running of the Italian GP, Round 3 of GPGSL Season 13

Weather looks to be of no concern today for the duration of the race, so.... lets get underway.


The 22 drivers on the grid, ready to go...


Lights out, as the field head towards the chicance...


Italian home hero Matteo Scala with opportunities ahead if brave enough...


All looks under control on the approach to the Variante del Rettifilo for Lap 1...


The front of the field navigate the chicane first time around...


Through the Curva Grande on the run up to Variante della Roggia, and all drivers appear to be behaving...


Mid pack a bit spread out, but all still on the road...


The rear of the field safely going...


Down the back straight for the first time, Elleker in front whilst the pack behind jostle for position...


The back straight packed with the field...


Elleker heading into the Parabolica for the first time....


Paolo Silva on lap 2, heading to the 1st Lesmo...


Silva runs wide....


In the gravel, but escapes any damage. Deadset last...


2nd place Warrington locks a brake, loses momentum, which will give Vilela in 3rd ample opportunity to close...


Vilela is through to 2nd....


Hinz in 5th, with Warrington and Jalving just ahead....


Jalving all over the back of Warrington as they go through the Curva Grande...


Warrington yields to Jalving, as Hinz locks up behind them...


Warrington leading a train in the mid field, with 4th to 8th in close contact...


The two SCR's side by side into the Ascari chicane...


The cameraman cant quite zoom in quickly enough, but looks like both SCR's are off track...


Yep, both SCR's facing in directions they dont want to be...


Worseling down to 18th, whilst Gilson way back down the back...


Positions 6th to 9th, right in battle together...


Positions 1-8 on Lap 4....


Positions 9-16....


Positions 17-22...


Scala and Hinz off track after brake lock ups...


Whilst all the Scala/Hinz drama unfolded, back in the pack, it was trouble for defending series champ, De Bruyker...


The Belgian cant slow down enough, slams into the wall...race over.


Back to the front of the pack, it is Hinz leading a huge pack of cars after the debacle back at the chicane, where the field bunched up as a result of a bit of a melee...


It is O'Neill in 11th locking a brake...


He is off track, sideways....


O'Neill is facing the wrong way with the chasing pack in his face...


But, in a crazy miracle, Sakata in the Christel somehow punts the Alpha driver to face the right way, and it is game on again...


So, with all the craziness of the opening laps, ALL positions shown to allow a quick update on the current standings...


The pack head towards Ascari, closely bunched up....


Then down the back straight as Warrington sets the fastest lap...


Heading into the tight chicane, TNR driver Aidan Keranen locks up, right behind Worseling, who also locks...


Keranen saves himself, but the MMM of Soutsen may be the innocent victim here...


Soutsen lost control through contact, and is turned around in a spin...


Meanwhile up front, Jalving ran slightly wide, allowing Warrington to slide past into 3rd....


Elleker leads after 6 chaotic laps behind him, with a healthy gap back to 2nd...


Lap 7, and a SCR going into Ascari 2 wide again....


It is Gilson this time with Nico Beggani, and he is up on 2 wheels!!


Beggani is facing backwards in mid corner, against the wall, with Gilson in the gravel trap to the left...


Gilson manages to re-join the track, but is a distant 21st and last....


A DMR sandwich, with Warrington the meat in the middle...


Positions 9-16....


Positions 17-last...


Rookie Buitenhuis is starring in the TNR, driving the wheels off, as he sits right on the tail of Matteo Scala...


The TNR is ahead of Scala on the approach to the chicane....


Buitenhuis up to 5th!


Meanwhile, the other TNR of Keranen has just ground to a halt, with transmission failure. Day over for Keranen....


So, after an action packed start to this race, we take our first ad break.... back once we line the GPGSL bank accounts with $$$ from all our sponsors....



Race Director: Ernie B. Ecclescake


GPGTV Youtube Channel
Nice, got held up by that Alpha guy spinned first and then pushed off by these wannabe-heroes from the rear... Sigh :(

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A really promising start of the race for both Demons. Got everything crossed, particularly knowing we are double boosting - a lot of stress on our equipment! Top 5's or bust....





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