What a day. Things weren't off to a great start from the outset - several run ins with rammers and cheats in the Daily Races had left my SR rating at A. During the course of the morning I had aimed to get my rating back up to S to help with matchmaking and the available points for Round 11, but things got even worse and my rating fell to a dismal C. But as the drivers changed and as I worked on my qualifying time, suddenly I found myself on a roll of clean races, pole positions and podiums. A few hours before Round 11 opened I was at A/A, for the first time in 2 years. Needless to say I was excited for the race. But I had not expected to continue my roll of good fortune; I managed to avoid several near accidents in qualifying and qualified on pole again. And having switched back from Jaguar to Aston Martin, I needed the win. And as the lights went out, I drove away with it. Of course some people always think they can do better - the Aston Martin driver behind in the DBR9GT1 was flashing their lights half a second behind me, for an entire lap. And in doing so cut a corner and incurred a 0.5 second penalty. Should have kept both hands on the wheel mate. And with that I drove away with the win, crossing the line some 5 seconds ahead of the 2nd placed Manthey Racing Porsche, with the DBR9 in 3rd. What a day.