Finished NASCAR Road Racing + Plymouth XNR (Sunday Classic Racing) Pimiki Double Champion!!!

Discussion in 'GT6 Racing Series' started by Sick Cylinder, Jun 12, 2015.

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Do you have any of these cars? Information check for future race series

Poll closed Aug 2, 2015.
  1. Ford GT40 Mark 1 (2.8m credits)

    100.0%
  2. Ferrari 250 GTO (20m credits)

    29.4%
  3. Alfa Romeo TZ2 (10m credits)

    41.2%
  4. Jaguar XJ13 (20m credits)

    64.7%
  5. Ferrari 330 P4 (20m credits)

    47.1%
  6. Chaparral 2D (3.75m credits)

    82.4%
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  1. IfAndOr

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    I knew it. You are Father Christmas.:D

    You have to get all those presents organised and the reindeer need to be taxed and MOT'd.
     
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  2. polysmut

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    If only I was as magical as he is. I'd give myself time on GT as a present for being well behaved.
     
  3. Sick Cylinder

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    I think he is a Secret Agent on Her Majesty's Secret Service - "My name is Bridge - James Bridge". I'm not sure what he does for Her Majesty at that time of year though - perhaps it's to do with leaves rather than Christmas presents?
     
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  4. GTP_TLE152

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    Thanks for the kind words Sick :),

    I've had a great time racing you guys. Well organised, clean and competitive racing - One of my best ever races was the second round of Silverstone with Pimki, where it was pretty much nose to tail, side by side action where I almost got him around the outside of Stowe.

    I've been in many leagues over the past 5 years, which included F1 and GT5, but this is definitely the best league I've raced to date, you've done a great job so keep it up Sick! I'll make sure when I'm back that I'll rejoin (hopefully another NASCAR league :bowdown:) or if I'm back home for a weekend, join for a 1 off race?

    Thanks, I've had a great time and will definitely return at some point to race with you guys again, not just a great set of drivers but people as well :cheers:
     
  5. IfAndOr

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    It gets lonely lapping by yourself so I thought I'd keep you company and have a go at touge at the same time. Trying to stay as close as possible without touching, but the lack of brake lights on the NASCAR's resulted in a couple of light taps.

    I was running out of laps to catch those ahead so... See above.
    I would have been closer to you at the finish but my last corner of the last race power slide didn't end very well!

    Another interesting series Sick. I enjoyed the NASCAR's and probably would have been a bit more competitive if I'd have put my mind to it. Must try harder next series. :)
    It's been good racing with you all once again. Hopefully I'll see you in the next one.


    And yes, all the best in your studies @GTP_TLE152 :tup:
     
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  6. eran0004

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    As an homage to Graeme Wight Junior, I made a hillclimb course at the Eifel map :D
    Here with the 1983 WSR F3 car:

     
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  7. Sick Cylinder

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    Very good - like one of the European hillclimb rounds as those are longer whereas the British hillclimb courses are normally very short. I look forward to trying it later thanks Eran.
     
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    The pictures from Nürburgring. The last two pictures are me and Lex going side by side through the last chicane on the last lap of the first Nascar race :cheers:

    Nürburgring GP_F.jpg Nürburgring GP_F_1.jpg Nürburgring GP_F_2.jpg Nürburgring GP_F_3.jpg Nürburgring GP_F_4.jpg