PS4 - AOR GT3 S14 - PS4 Tier 3 - Round 6: Sakitto GP - 27.11.19 @8pm UK time | ApexOnlineRacing.com

PS4 AOR GT3 S14 - PS4 Tier 3 - Round 6: Sakitto GP - 27.11.19 @8pm UK time


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ROUND 6 - Sakitto GP

Event Information:
Date: Wednesday 27 November 2019
Lobby opens: 7:45pm (UK time)
● Event starts: 8:00pm (UK time)
● Event format:
- Qualifying: No qualifying for this round! Starting order will be reversed championship standings.
- Race: 52 Laps (1 formation lap + 51 race laps)

● Weather Conditions:
- Race:
Rain -
Clear -
Clear (Real-Time)

● In-game time-of-day information:
- Race start time: 23/08/2019 14:00

● Starting order
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Manual Rolling Start Information:
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If you are unsure about the Manual Rolling Start procedure, please read the instructions and watch the explanatory video.

Notices:
● Rules & regulations:
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● No-shows: If you are unable to attend the race, please inform the League Coordinator and leave a post in this thread BEFORE the race takes place. Note the rules of participation here.
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Ayresii1995

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I just gave it a practice go!! The conditions aren’t too bad apart from a few puddles in awkward places!! Only issue I have is pit lane entrance. It’s not very obvious where it is and if your in a pack and want to pit you will need to slow down a lot to make it through without jumping over the speed bumps. Should be interesting to see when the change over will be
 

Khaled77

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I just gave it a practice go!! The conditions aren’t too bad apart from a few puddles in awkward places!! Only issue I have is pit lane entrance. It’s not very obvious where it is and if your in a pack and want to pit you will need to slow down a lot to make it through without jumping over the speed bumps. Should be interesting to see when the change over will be
Visiblity in the wet is an issue.. also wet tyres don’t last so long :rolleyes:
 
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pasha.proton

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Visiblity in the wet is an issue.. also wet tyres don’t last so long :rolleyes:
I did practice with AI and for me, the rain was stopped between 31 - 33 laps. So tyres degradation was ok. Visibility for sure was not the best, I can live with that. This race about drive to the finish line without damage.
 
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I did practice with AI and for me, the rain was stopped between 31 - 33 laps. So tyres degradation was ok. Visibility for sure was not the best, I can live with that. This race about drive to the finish line without damage.
You made it to lap 30 with one set of wet tyres? Wow that is great! I burned them up by lap 10 :LOL:
 
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Struggling with the wets..this is an good explanation from @Kingma :)

Yeah, had a bit of the same feeling, also read about it some time ago, that the wets want to be heated more slowly, and do not like aggressive warm ups. It's because of the grooves, you want the edges of the grooves in the tire to be as sharp as possible, for better grip, because it keeps the part that that touched the track clean of water, and the grooves full of water, for better flow out of that water. Rapid or aggressive warm up will have a big effect by smoothing out those edges, thus allowing water to more easily flow underneath the part of the tire that should have clear contact with the track.
 

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full practice session(s) tonight - thumbs up for invite

also a few slots left for tuesday:-