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PC AOR PC F7 League - Main Thread


HaiCo

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In addition to the previous Driver update, I would like to announce that @Oxygen will take over the spot in the McLaren as main driver from now on.

@RyanL83 has been removed as reserve driver. Attendance issues and not responding on Forum/Steam messages.
 
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HaiCo

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I'm in need of a new host. I've been doing it myself for the previous three races, but it's not an ideal situation.
So I'm here asking again:

Is there anyone who has a stable connection and would like to be hosting the races from now on?

It would be greatly appreciated.
 

HaiCo

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Quick update for you guys: leaving the session without a valid reason, still is not allowed. Leaving the session can cause frame drops for the other drivers in the session. Doing so may result in 5 penalty points.

With the league slowly moving towards the final part of the season, it is in everybody's interest to not get frame drops when battling for points and/or the (championship) win. I will from the upcoming race onwards write inquiries, when people leave the session without a valid reason.
 
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Driver update

As requested: @Kohai has been moved to a reserve spot, due to technical issues. @Naizen therefor is replacing his seat.

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HaiCo

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Driver update

I forgot @Ghost153 had written me that he will not be attending races until January. He will be moved to a reserve spot. This means that @Fveerkamp should be moved into the Red Bull spot instead of the Racing Point one. This creates an empty spot in the Racing Point, which @MS Ádám will be moved in to.

In case this is a bit too confusing, just check the original post of this thread for a clear overview.
 
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