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Testing Race 1 - Dover

Post by Steve Aboagye on Sun Apr 24, 2016 9:13 pm

Dover Practice Session (LOCKED)

DEADLINE: Tuesday at 3:00 PST

Joshua Hawkins - 1
Geoff Todd - 2
Donny Simmons - 3
marley - 4
fordknox - 5
Mitchell Burns - 6
StevePurcell - 7
Mike Boughton - 8
Michael Chavez - 9
Chris M. - 10
Adrian Hingley - 11
Jake Blackhall - 12
JG24 - 13
frow78 - 14
KingLemmie - 15
slhracing - 16
SunnyRacingDriver - 17
Timothy Bellis - 18
Paul Irvin Jr - 19 (Joined post-practice)

**Setup Submitted**


PRACTICE UPDATE
Top 5 ten minutes in:
#7
#1
#13
#12
#3

Top 5 with ten minutes left:
#7
#9
#12
#1
#13

RESULTS

https://www.dropbox.com/s/l1t08rpzmhctxim/practice%20dover_Practice.txt?dl=0

Dover Qualification (LOCKED)

DEADLINE: Thursday at 3:00 PST

Joshua Hawkins - 1
Geoff Todd - 2
Donny Simmons - 3
marley - 4
fordknox - 5
Mitchell Burns - 6
StevePurcell - 7
Mike Boughton - 8
Michael Chavez - 9
Chris M. - 10
Adrian Hingley - 11
Jake Blackhall - 12
JG24 - 13
frow78 - 14
KingLemmie - 15
slhracing - 16
SunnyRacingDriver - 17
Timothy Bellis - 18
Paul Irvin Jr - 19 (Joined post-practice)
darthclay - 20 (Joined post-practice)

**Setup Altered**

Qualifying Results
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ugkf4pp0uqumllm/Dover_Qualify.txt?dl=0
Alternate link:
mediafire.com download/segbagr9c3z5zzp/Dover_Qualify.txt


Dover Race

DEADLINE: Sunday at 1:00 PST

Joshua Hawkins - 1
Geoff Todd - 2
Donny Simmons - 3
marley - 4
fordknox - 5
Mitchell Burns - 6
StevePurcell - 7
Mike Boughton - 8
Michael Chavez - 9
Chris M. - 10
Adrian Hingley - 11
Jake Blackhall - 12
JG24 - 13
frow78 - 14
KingLemmie - 15
slhracing - 16
SunnyRacingDriver - 17
Timothy Bellis - 18
Paul Irvin Jr - 19 (Joined post-practice)
darthclay - 20 (Joined post-practice)

**Setup Altered**


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Re: Testing Race 1 - Dover

Post by Geoff Todd {Taz) on Sun Apr 24, 2016 9:48 pm

Link to the set up page?
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Re: Testing Race 1 - Dover

Post by Steve Aboagye on Sun Apr 24, 2016 10:17 pm

Geoff Todd {Taz) wrote:Link to the set up page?

All you have to do is send them to me for now. Check your PMs if you haven't already Smile

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Re: Testing Race 1 - Dover

Post by Chris M. on Mon Apr 25, 2016 9:27 am

I sent a PM, I assume the # range 0-99? for aero, chasis, engine
Until I get some more details, I like to keep it open
Question: The higher the #= more downforce, or otherway?
Same with Engine, Higher = more power, but more failure??
Not sure about chasis?? wish there was a tire category.
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Re: Testing Race 1 - Dover

Post by Steve Aboagye on Mon Apr 25, 2016 11:12 am

Chris M. wrote:I sent a PM, I assume the # range 0-99? for aero, chasis, engine
Until I get some more details, I like to keep it open
Question:  The higher the #= more downforce, or otherway?
Same with Engine, Higher = more power, but more failure??
Not sure about chasis?? wish there was a tire category.

Yes, it's from 0-99.
These numbers do not reflect on the actual values of the components. They're (almost) random. As I said before, there is a method to it, and one of the reasons for this testing is to help you guys get a grip on the system Smile


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Re: Testing Race 1 - Dover

Post by Chris M. on Mon Apr 25, 2016 12:20 pm

Steve Aboagye wrote:
Chris M. wrote:I sent a PM, I assume the # range 0-99? for aero, chasis, engine
Until I get some more details, I like to keep it open
Question:  The higher the #= more downforce, or otherway?
Same with Engine, Higher = more power, but more failure??
Not sure about chasis?? wish there was a tire category.

Yes, it's from 0-99.
These numbers do not reflect on the actual values of the components. They're (almost) random. As I said before, there is a method to it, and one of the reasons for this testing is to help you guys get a grip on the system  Smile


That's ok. I guess I was figuring if there was some Gpro aspect, where if we wanted to go faster, but risk breaking a engine is to go higher type deal. So I got it..totally random. Just put me down what I already sent ya then.
Not to be the party pooper- So if one keeps records, one should figure this out for each track, that's according the numbers are consistant for each and every vist to the same track. Hoping nothing like Nasrac. Definelty where I see teams forming up. Another aspect to look at further down the road I got questions for.
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Re: Testing Race 1 - Dover

Post by Steve Aboagye on Mon Apr 25, 2016 3:10 pm

Chris M. wrote:
Steve Aboagye wrote:
Chris M. wrote:I sent a PM, I assume the # range 0-99? for aero, chasis, engine
Until I get some more details, I like to keep it open
Question:  The higher the #= more downforce, or otherway?
Same with Engine, Higher = more power, but more failure??
Not sure about chasis?? wish there was a tire category.

Yes, it's from 0-99.
These numbers do not reflect on the actual values of the components. They're (almost) random. As I said before, there is a method to it, and one of the reasons for this testing is to help you guys get a grip on the system  Smile


That's ok. I guess I was figuring if there was some Gpro aspect, where if we wanted to go faster, but risk breaking a engine is to go higher type deal. So I got it..totally random.  Just put me down what I already sent ya then.
Not to be the party pooper-  So if one keeps records, one should figure this out for each track, that's according the numbers are consistant for each and every vist to the same track. Hoping nothing like Nasrac. Definelty where I see teams forming up. Another aspect to look at further down the road I got questions for.

You mean you'd rather have it so the numbers are relatively consistent for each track? That's what I was planning on doing. That was where the strategy and teams came into play in my description I posted on NARAC. They aren't totally random; they just will seem like that at first. That's why I said keeping records is key, so you can see the trends.

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Re: Testing Race 1 - Dover

Post by callum234 on Sat May 07, 2016 10:34 am

How do you sign up for the series?

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Re: Testing Race 1 - Dover

Post by Steve Aboagye on Sat May 07, 2016 10:54 am

callum234 wrote:How do you sign up for the series?

Check your PMs Smile

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