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Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 09:52AM
Posted by: Soutsen
11 after few accidents is really a good result for me, I'll take it

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Round 1, Season 14 Australian GP

The GPGSL kicks off its 14th season, with the Australian GP in Melbourne. Drama has quickly developed in Melbourne, with Covid 19 lockdowns looming. A few outbreaks in suburbs, and a local government bungling quarantine hotels means the GPGSL want to get this race done, and get out of town ASAP!

As so often in Melbourne, perfect weather greets us all....


Our drivers have formed up on the grid, to get the season underway. 26 laps ahead, let's get into it......


Former series champ, Marcus De Bruyker sits on pole, with Sean O'Neill alongside him on the front row.


Defending series champ Tobias Kederer starts his title defence from 6th on the grid, with Gareth McCarthy in the newly powered DMR Porsche, in 5th ahead of him...


The run to Turn 1, and heavy braking almost sees Pedersen slam into De Bruyker....


The Tyrant driver leads the field through Turn 1, as in the background, everyone appears to be on their best behaviour....


The full field has safely navigated Turn 1, lap 1....


SCR rookie Parachki brings up the rear of the field...


McCarthy has lept into 3rd spot, with Pedersen ahead of him, and De Bruyker already out of shot in the lead...


McClure in 21st as a big cloud of brake dust appears deep in the pack....


Hinz right up behind Buitenhuis as they head into the heavy braking....


They touch, and Buitenhuis looks like he will take a trip through the sand...


He rejoins and is back up to speed in 21st...


Further into the lap, more craziness.... Greidanus appears to have locked up, as has McClure....


Sakata became the loser of the lock ups, and is now last, after being punted off by Greidanus...


The end of Lap 1, and De Bruyker has a nice lead over Pedersen, who also has a nice gap back to McCarthy....


The lead is growing back to Pedersen. De Bruyker going flat out early here today....


Kederer down to 8th, with a line of cars behind him....


Positions 6 - 10 on display...


Positions 11 - 15 on display....


Positions 16 - 20 on display, with the movers and drifters so far in the top 10...


And the final 2 runners on display...


Full standings on display,


The new Porsche engine in the DMR has powered McCarthy away from the chasing Alpha Renault, of Sean O'Neill....


So far, a super impressive weekend on debut for Atlantic, with Karda currently in 5th...


Yellow flags out again, down at Turn 13, with the DMR of Vilela turned around. Cameras missed the cause, but going on past history, fair to say he would have been tagged from behind - not to name names, but Christopher Hinz the likely culprit, having checked the timing screens.....


Kederer has lost another place, and now has cars all the way down to 17th, on his tail...


The speed of the Alpha should hold Kederer in good shape though...


Along Aughtie Drive, between the lake and golf course, the view remains the same behind Kederer, with Hinz in pursuit...


Kederer arrives at Turn 13, to see another car turned around!


Replays show more of the same as what we have seen already : lock up of brakes, collision with another car....


Karda the victim this time....


The Czech's day ruined, now down in 22nd...


With plenty of action so far, a full view of the standings for all to see....


Debutant in the big time, Majumdar runs in 8th, with a long queue following him...


Last season's surprise packet, Luke Russell currently holds the final point, running in 12th....


Porsche power for Vilela will need to be on maximum output, to boost the Brazilian back to the points positions...


Karda will be hoping for miracles, to improve his day after his incident...


Race leader Marcus De Bruyker enjoying a 3 second lead, on lap 6....


McCarthy in 3rd, with Pedersen in 2nd, just disappearing out of shot in the left lower corner of screen...


Carlos Rodriguez in the new look MTP out brakes himself, and runs into the grass....


The Uruguayan rejoins in 21st....


Pedersen in 2nd, with the chasing McCarthy and O'Neill in the background...


Sean O'Neill running strong in 4th....


Jack Elleker in 5th for Aston Martin Racing....


Huge lock up heading into Turn 1 for Gustavo, as he battles with Russell behind him...


Gustavo held on in Turn 1, and leads the chasing pack through Turn 3....


Full standings on display as the field enters Lap 8....


Majumdar holding off a two-time series champion....


Gilson right on the back of the Tyrant rookie....


Pedersen coming around Turn 16...


The up/downs in the top 10, as we keep ticking off the laps, and move towards the pit window....


Parachki the latest victim to let ambition being greater than reality, with a big lockup going into Turn 1....


A bumpy drift across the sand for the SCR rookie racer....


Yellows out at the Turn 1 section, as the SCR recovers....


But wait, what's this? Buitenhuis is parked on the inside of the track, on the exit of Turn 2....


Suspension failure for the Dutchman, on his debut with Atlantic....


Replays suggest the suspension was already broken on the approach to Turn 1, by the angle of the wheels, compared to steering wheel....


We now take our first ad break. Back shortly...



Race Director: Ernie B. Ecclescake


GPGTV Youtube Channel



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 07/09/2020 12:12PM by GPGTV.org/farked.
Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 12:10PM
Posted by: JohnMaverick
Oh man, we'll really have to work on the drivability of the car. It looks like neither of our drivers has confidence, currently, The driving errors are just a logical consequence.


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Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 12:10PM
Posted by: Pedersen
oooo bit worried about the gap but happy to be second! and ahead of Kederer! ;)




De Bruyker cruising out front....


Positions 6-10, with pit stops underway apparently...


Positions 11-15....


Position 16-20.....


And the final 2....


Paulo SIlva the first to make a pit stop in Season 14....


Joseph Gilson pits as well...


Silva on the inside line into Turn 1 after pitting, is confronted with a full speed Vilela...


Vilela is forced wide, having missed the apex of the turn....


Vilela re-joins the track just ahead of Rodriguez...


De Bruyker continues on, heading into Lap 13 with a strong 9 second lead....


The Tyrant driver rounds Turn 16, onto the front straight....


And away he goes....


Luke Russell getting serviced....


Ruben Greidanus visiting the MAC pit bay...


Positions 2,3,4 and 5 in the same bit of asphalt....


Russell has traffic to the right of him, and ahead of him....


Things getting crazy....


ANd a bit further up the road at the same time, another bit of crazy action...


Two cars on the same patch doesn't work, as WIlliams in the Atlantic tangles with Tyrant's Majumdar...


All calmed down now, all cars back on track


Our race leader is in pit lane....


Pedersen inherits the lead....


O'Neill is on a charge, looking to go by Elleker and take 5th spot....


The Alpha driver puts the move on the AMR, and takes 5th...


Pedersen and McCarthy head down pitlane....


McCarthy in 1st place for a brief moment, whilst taking new tyres...


But it is the Tyrant of De Bruyker who re-claims the lead...


McCarthy had a quicker stop, and is in 2nd, whilst Pedersen is now engaged in a battle of the yellow cars, with O'Neill and Elleker right with him....


O'Neill sits in the middle of the yellow car sandwich, with Silva injecting a bit of blue to the conversation, at top of screen


Positions 1-8 on lap 16....


Positions 9-16....


And positions 17-22....


Pedersen has a slender lead over O'Neill and the chasing pack....


Time for our final break, to then go through to the finish..... Back soon!



Race Director: Ernie B. Ecclescake


GPGTV Youtube Channel
Back here at Albert Park, for the final instalment of today's season opener....


Trouble down at Turn 13 again, with Scala seemingly outbraking himself, no contact seen in replays....


But, Sakata is off as well - there must have been something happen that the cameras didn't spot!


Daly McClure holds onto 12th right now, but is challenging Majumdar for 11th....


McClure takes that spot, with Edward Williams in the background in 13th, a great debut so far for Atlantic....


Sean O'Neill has his hands full, trying to attack Pedersen ahead of him, and defend from Elleker behind him...


Elleker moves out of the draft....


Takes a dive into Turn 1 on O'Neill....


O'Neill hands the spot over to Elleker...


Silva is trying to get in on the action, looking at a very ambitious attempt into Turn 3....


Silva will be aiming to improve his position in the final laps...


De Bruyker has enjoyed a dream run today, with now a 15 second lead with not many laps to go....


Gareth McCarthy running 2nd for the new era DMR, with the Porsche engine running strong...


Michael Pedersen in the MAC Racing Jaguar, holding onto the final step of the podium...


Jack Elleker running 4th in the Aston Martin Racing entry..


Sean O'Neill in 5th for Alpha Racing....


Paulo Silva in 6th for Ecurie Mistral...


Defending WDC champion, Tobias Kederer running in 7th in the new look Alpha Renault....


Ruben Greidanus in 8th for MAC....


Vitor Gustavo in the points, with 9th currently in the MMM....


10th spot currently for Joseph Gilson and SCR....


Daly McClure in 11th in the ECM entry....


Aritra Majumdar holding onto the final points position, in 12th...


Edward Williams in 13th for Atlantic....


Luke Russell in 14th for Christel....


Rodrigo Vilela in a disappointing 15th after earlier problems....


Carlos Rodriguez in 16th for MTP after troubles earlier....


Ryo Sakata in 17th, also having issues off track not long ago...


Another driver wishing it was over, Matteo Scala in 18th....


Christopher Hinz in 19th....


Dominik Karda in 20th in his Atlantic entry...


And the last runner on track, Ennis Parachki in the SCR....


5 laps to go for our race leader....


Positions 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 all on the front straight....


Russell appears to be on the attack, with Williams ahead of him moving to block....


Russell locks up. We all know where this is headed....


Just as Williams recovers from a trip through the gravel, it appears Karda and Parachki have also found themselves trouble at Turn 13....


Yep, big brake lockup to cause a collision....


Parachki recovered, running in 21st, with race leader De Bruyker lurking behind him....


Positions 1-5....


Positions 6-10....


Positions 11-15....


Position 16-20....


Position 21-22....


Kederer turning up the engine in an all out attack at Silva, in the closing laps....


Close to the ECM for Kederer....


The view from SIlva's rear wing, back to the Alpha....


Kederer to the inside....


Big lock up for Silva, Kederer through to 6th....


Business really picking up as the race draws to a close... McClure looking to go past Gilson....


McClure is through....


Majumdar clinging on to the final point to be awarded, with Vilela closing in behind him. Is there enough time for the Brazilian to close that gap though....


Our race leader is into the final lap....


And 1 lap later, confirmation : Winner of the Australian GP, Marcus De Bruyker for Tyrant Motorsports.


Gareth McCarthy takes 2nd....


Michael Pedersen comes home 3rd....


So, we wrap up today's coverage, congratulating Marcus De Bruyker for a thoroughly dominant performance this round. Pole, fastest lap, race win.

Thanks for watching, see you next round.

Full Standings, Round 1 Season 14




Race Director: Ernie B. Ecclescake


GPGTV Youtube Channel
Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 01:19PM
Posted by: X_Acto
7h... Not bad, not bad!

It looks this season promise a lot more that the previous one...

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Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 01:19PM
Posted by: X_Acto
Btw, great coverage. :)

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Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 01:25PM
Posted by: shep34
Great run by Gareth, to get a great start to the season. Tough luck for Rodrigo though, although a good recovery albeit 'pointless'.

Seriously though, something needs fixing at that Turn 13. So many incidents, year after year! Either the road needs re-surfacing, or the drivers just lose their brain cells there and cause identical incidents! Just glad DMR got 1 car home in the points....
Onwards we go though, to Suzuka.





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Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 01:26PM
Posted by: CaptinFranko
And so it begins. Our inevitable struggle this season after doing well in the previous one. Should've known that the GP4 algorithm would have done this to us. I fear a long season ahead.

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Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 01:41PM
Posted by: Mullet345
Fantastic result for the team, and perfect weekend overall. Hopefully we can keep up this sort of pace throughout the remainder of the season and remain contenders for the titles.




Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 02:11PM
Posted by: edestler
It seems that Jeroen got my suspension for the race. :-o Congrats Vitor for the points!


Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 02:33PM
Posted by: Dom
Good qualifying.

However, as is almost always the case, a dismal race. Wasn't even my fault which makes it all the more bitter. :(
Sigh...




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Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 03:03PM
Posted by: TheFireKing
9th was a good result, it is good to start the season with points.

Jeroen was having a great race, he shouldn't have abandoned, he deserved points too.






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Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 04:53PM
Posted by: kedy89
Could've been better, could've been worse.



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Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 04:59PM
Posted by: Turbo Lover
8th, a strong race with an extra point for most places gained I guess.



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Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 05:21PM
Posted by: Brett Sinclair
Ok... one in the bag, feels great to win again after a long time and my teammate got his first point with the big boys, congratulations mate.

Thanks to the team for this great car... she handles perfectly. (Y)

Btw, great coverage of the race.


See you all at Suzuka



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Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 05:24PM
Posted by: Carlitox
Well, it certainly was an exciting drive, felt like an 80s F1 car. The problem is, everyone else had modern, planted cars so it wasn't all that efficient.

Onto the next one. Long road ahead.



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Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 05:44PM
Posted by: Addrodoc
Lucky to get a couple of points here. Not an encouraging start to the season.



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Re: GPGSL R1-S14 Australian GP - Albert Park
Date: July 09, 2020 06:23PM
Posted by: natasp
A shame for Jeroen, he sure could have finished in a good position, and good job by Vitor, our first points of the season






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