To those who haven't raced in AOR iRacing leagues before:
The session will not be in the hosted area. You will need to go to League sessions, and it should be there at 19:00 UK time.
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Be careful which car you choose. If you register with the wrong car then you will not be able to compete. We will not restart the session for you because it costs money.
Some drivers will be in the AOR Discord channel during the race to chat. But how much they talk isn't regulated, so it's up to you if you want to join. I request you keep the in-session voice chat open. If I have any announcements to make, that is where I will make them.
Keep the in-session text/voice chat to a minimum. Have you 'glhf's before the race sure. But don't be having a full on conversation or ranting at someone. Some drivers are trying to concentrate. Be considerate.
On top of all that, HAVE FUN!
Yea, I'm very sorry about that, minor misjudgment on my part, driftet a bit too much to the right .Unfortunately there was some small contact between Soren and I as I let him past, race over. Just a small incident and my own fault being on 19x in the first place.
your fuel saving explains why I was almost rear ending you 5 times into turn 4 or turn 1Pretty boring race for the first hour. Literally coasting like 50% of it so I could make it to the end without stopping.
I knew it would be roughly 51 or 52 laps, depending on whether we got lapped or not, so my plan was to stay in Slipstream and not battle anyone, just let them through if they wanted to make an attack.
Once I lost slipstream though, I lost a lot of time, and honestly I thought the pit stops would have been around 40 seconds instead of 25.
Jake pitted and then made a mistake a few laps later to effectively give me the lead of the amateur race, I noticed Valtteri was catching at about 2 seconds a lap and had 2X the amount of time left to catch us, so it would be tight, he already lapped p4 in amateur so my plan was to slow down Jake and Phil so we could be lapped and I could finish without having to save any more fuel so I could battle and potentially win.
Some really fun fights happened between the three of us, but annoyingly Valtteri wasn't catching fast enough, and come the end of the race he was a couple of seconds behind us, on the final lap I tried just for pride to overtake Jake again but his defense was too good on the day, and I ran out of fuel half way through lap 52, meaning Phil and Knut would have to push me across the line to actually finish the race, which I found hilarious.
Podium finish in class isn't too bad considering just how little grip I had, every corner felt like I was dying, no grip or confidence in the car whatsoever