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PC Round 4 - Austrian Grand Prix [05/05/19 8:00pm EDT]


IntergalacticGentleman

F1 Coordinator
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Round 4 - Austrian Grand Prix
AOR Hype Energy F1 Leagues - Season 17




Race Information:
Date: Sunday 5th May 2019
Start Time: 8:00pm (US EDT time)
Circuit: Red Bull Ring
Laps: 36

Please try to be online at least 10 minutes before the start time, and await the lobby invite from the League Coordinator and/or the lobby host. Also please ensure your internet connection is in an optimal state at the time of racing.

Notes:
Rules & regulations: Before you take to the track in the league race, make sure you are fully aware of the rules & regulations of the leagues. As a driver in our leagues, you are required to do your very best to ensure clean and fair racing at all times.

Lobby settings: If you are unsure about the lobby settings that will be used for the race, look here.

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.

Useful Links:
League Rules
League Information
Race Calendar



Confirmed no-shows:
jalmenar
Muddyh20
Hynekin

Reserve Drivers:
Ajamma16
kreamyjohns
 
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ItzTriton

Formula 4 Test Driver
Sep 5, 2018
72
53
Hey guys!

So something I have noticed occurring throughout the season is that people are not properly paying attention to their surroundings during qualifying, leading to those on laps getting impeded by slower cars. In the wake of yesterday's race, I just wanted to give some tips on qualifying procedure that will benefit both the driver and those around them:

  1. Try your best to stay off the racing line when you are not on a lap.
  2. If you are on a lap and you come across a slower car that fails to move, slow down and only try to go past if possible and do your best to avoid contact, otherwise you risk getting a grid penalty
  3. Give yourself a bit more time than you think before starting your last lap so in case something goes wrong you have time to do another lap.
  4. Look behind you and on your map often when not on a lap and be aware of the gap to the cars behind you.

I know I am probably not qualified to be speaking about this, but I want there to be less frustration for the future, thanks for reading!
 

Hynekin

Pro Karter
Jun 2, 2018
34
15
Hello everybody cant make it this evening. I have the grandparents in town this weekend so going to be spending time with them. Have a good race everybody!!!
 

Ajamma16

Semi-Pro Karter
Apr 5, 2019
21
12
Start time says 8pm UK time, is that a typo? If so I can race if needed at 8pm est