i hope Igor "lift" Fraga can show us he really means to be the clean champion.
I think Miyazono and Latkowski are also the ones to mention.
Meh. I watched one of these shows & enjoyed the commentary, but find them far too long & boring; not enough racing & too much talking in between races for my liking.
What are all this people above afraid of ?They've put the final race in Igor's backyard, I'd be very surprised if anyone other than Igor wins given this, he's absolutely untouchable there.
Would love to be proven wrong.
It was a deliberate lift, it was dirty, no millimeters involved.
I think Miyazono and Latkowski are also the ones to mention. If the situations will be clean and ideal, these four drivers will probably be in the front.
But as we saw already, it is not always the case who is the fastest. So I am leaving open cards even for someone else out of those four.
You'll be wanting this thread: https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/thre...driver-rankings-november-2019-edition.390897/Don't forget this great fast happy human been , when he's on his "good" day , he can beat anybody. He did it with Hizal the clean way one time.
So much good people together , that will be a great week end ....... if everybody race fair , with respect and humility.
I'm a Nico's fan too .
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That one or two moves was certainly intentional and dirty, but overall and besides those incidents, I won't label him a dirty driver. If one or two such moves earn you a dirty label, none of the current F1 drivers will survive the test, neither will quite a large number of top GTS drivers. One must not confuse dirty with hard or aggressive racing.
What are all this people above afraid of ?
There is no virtual backyard .... just because it can be everybody's backyard. Same for cars .
Just let the best gtplayer win on sunday.
When will this very talented kids leave the arcadish video game granturismo to start venture on a real simulator like iracing to compete and prove themselves with the big boys?
Actually I think that any virtual racing that allows a racer to attempt a "redo" of the same race in multiple time slots of the same event and only requires half of the results to be tallied to determine where or if one qualifies for the event is arcadish and much more like a game than an actual e-sports event where the bad results should count as much as the good results.Not sure I'd call it "the big boys" when about 6 people follow iRacing Esports, GT is a significantly bigger platform whether you happen to like it or not.
Real life experience matter ? I tought gts was just a simcade.He's both raced there IRL and is notoriously fast there in game. But I forget we aren't exactly used to analysis in GT.