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AOR Formula Renault 2.0 Championship S5 - Round 4: Interlagos


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AOR Formula Renault 2.0 Championship Season 5
Round 4: Interlagos


Information:
Date:
7th April 2017
Time: 19:30 BST Practice, 20:30 BST Qualifying, approx 20:40 BST Feature Race, approx 21:30 Sprint Warm Up, approx 21:40 Sprint Race

Remember to let us know in advance if you are unable to attend the race!

Circuit:
Track:
Autódromo José Carlos Pace - Grand Prix
Time of Day: Afternoon
Weather: Wind Speed: 6mph, Wind Direction: NW, Air Temp: 75f, Humidity: 41%, Partly Cloudy

Stats:
Track Stats:

- The qualifying gap last season between pole sitter Kristian Takacs, and Jeroen Kweekel, was just 0.006 seconds. This is the closest ever qualifying at Interlagos, and the third closest qualifying overall.
- The closest ever finish at Interlagos is also the 9th closest finish overall, with a 0.270 seconds gap between winner Patrick White and Jamie Fluke (Pro Mazda Season 2).


Random Stats of the Week:
- 3862 laps have been turned. Out of those laps, 45 different drivers have led a lap. 30 of those drivers have led at least 10 laps. 10 of those drivers have led at least 100 laps. 5 drivers stand at at least 300 laps, but the overall leader in laps led, leading 18.15% of all laps completed is Kerry Knowlden, with 701 laps led.
- If I write this here, I will have done exactly half, 1/2, 50% of the amount of stats I did last week.


Standings:

Drivers Championship


Teams Championship
 
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Scott Newton

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Certainly hoping to get back inside the top 10 this week after the bad luck at Road Atlanta with the time change and servers going kaput.

Times to aim for are low 31's in Hot Clear conditions.
 

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Question - are penalties that were meant to be applied in the Road Atlanta sprint being applied to the sprint this week (if it runs)? Or will they be applied to any potential rerun at Atlanta?
 

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Question - are penalties that were meant to be applied in the Road Atlanta sprint being applied to the sprint this week (if it runs)? Or will they be applied to any potential rerun at Atlanta?
If Road Atlanta runs, we'll apply them then. Otherwise, they'll be applied at what ever the next sprint race we can run is.
 

Era

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1'29 is i believe possible
 

BenScott4

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If anyone is doing a 1.29 they need to stop, go outside and get some fresh air.


And if you do,let me know, ill come out too and you can show me what the hell your doing to achieve that!

1.32's ATM for me.
 

Lorrentz

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in hot weather its more like on the edge of 29's but probably close to 30.0....in cold conditions 29's are easy and even 28's can be done...
 

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Now while I doubt what happened last week for the sprint will happen again, I trust the league has created or invented a 'Plan B'? Just in case such a occasion happens again in the future.:cautious:
 
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Rin Hato

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I didn't do well here last season so I dont have high hopes....
 

FisiFan91

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I just want to clarify that the sprint race grid drop penalties that were meant to be served last week at Road Atlanta, will be applied for tomorrow's sprint at Interlagos instead (assuming the relevant drivers attend).

This applies to @Ycoms, @Daniel Morris, @Kez, @Janick Nijenhuis, @BenScott4 & @WCHpon3.

The grid drops will be applied in that order as that's the chronological order in which the penalised incidents occurred.
 

Richtofen

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The service is completely broken for me right now. Supposedly "the iracing service is not running on your computer''.

Is this just me or is it broken for anyone else?
[DOUBLEPOST=1491504163][/DOUBLEPOST]Hmm.
 

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McPhilen

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The service is completely broken for me right now. Supposedly "the iracing service is not running on your computer''.

Is this just me or is it broken for anyone else?
[DOUBLEPOST=1491504163][/DOUBLEPOST]Hmm.
I had that before when I didn't shut iRacing down properly or something. You have to manually start the iRacing service. Shouldn't be too hard to find.
 

Janick Nijenhuis

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I just want to clarify that the sprint race grid drop penalties that were meant to be served last week at Road Atlanta, will be applied for tomorrow's sprint at Interlagos instead (assuming the relevant drivers attend).

This applies to @Ycoms, @Daniel Morris, @Kez, @Janick Nijenhuis, @BenScott4 & @WCHpon3.

The grid drops will be applied in that order as that's the chronological order in which the penalised incidents occurred.
Hi Fisi,

So the penalty is moving forward from last week. What about if the sprint race of RA will be there next week? No penalty then I assume.
 

FisiFan91

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Hi Fisi,

So the penalty is moving forward from last week. What about if the sprint race of RA will be there next week? No penalty then I assume.
Correct. Basically you serve the penalty at the first possible opportunity, which now is Interlagos due to the special circumstances. If the RA sprint happens you will not have to serve anything there.
 
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