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P DriverCPts
1.D Alessandro Driver from ITA206
2.Simoncic Driver from SLO167
3.Brljak Driver from CRO157
4.Patel Driver from GBR156
5.Kiss Driver from HUN80

P DriverCPts
1.valeriano Driver from ITA183
2.Lukas Schmidt Driver from SWI179
3.van der Niet Driver from NED119
4.Mroczek Driver from POL107
5.Ivanov Driver from BUL104

P DriverCPts
1.Leonov Driver from BUL159
2.Oldenmenger Driver from NED152
3.Rodger Driver from SCO134
4.BRIONI Driver from ITA132
5.D Amelio Driver from ITA129

P DriverCPts
1.Spoljaric Driver from CRO349
2.Fields Driver from NEZ244
3.Niza Driver from SPA169
4.Gray Driver from ENG150
5.Bubicic Driver from CRO133

P DriverCPts
1.Veselý Driver from CZE70
2.Wheway Driver from GBR34
3.Burkhard Driver from GER25
4.Vicentijevic Driver from SER20
5.Galati Driver from ITA15

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P DriverCPts
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.Reid Driver from ENG0
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Winter Series
P DriverCPts
1.Hoyer Driver from GER138
2.Lukas Schmidt Driver from SWI125
3.Puschke Driver from GER102
4.Maguire Driver from IRE78
5.Leonov Driver from BUL75

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Date: 2018-10-07 18:36:41
League: World Championship
Track: Round 12: Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace

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Event Information
Track:Montreal, Canada 2007Track map Montreal, Canada 2007 - No track picture yet
Country:Grand Prix of  
Event league:World Championship
Event season:2007
Point system:Default
Final result:Yes (confirmed)
Official event:Yes
Separate classes:No (all drivers in one class)
Event date:2007-06-03 20:21:59
Qualifying minutes:15 minutes
Event laps:70
Event distance:305.270 km
Pole-Position:Patrick De Wit
Race winner:David Greco

  1. Line-up   5. Comments
  2. Results   6. Server Log
  3. Road to the Grid   7. Verification Results
  4. Race Lapchart   8. Report & Replay

Driver Comments
Driver:David Greco
Country:Driver originates from ITA
Race position:1
Team:Roaldo Racing
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Driver:Bruno Marques
Country:Driver originates from POR
Race position:2
Team:Diamond Racing Team
Date:2007-06-07 21:48:34
"Well, again a poor qualify, things were going according to plan until my mother came into the room disturbing me big time on 3rd hotlap which could have been enough for pole or at least 2nd place. I was quite pissed and screwed up the 4th hotlap (I Was on a 4 lap stint for qualify ). The race started even worst, after 5 laps I was 7th due to a mistake on the Casino hairpin. I started to drive similar to my practice pace after 10 laps, I was able to gain time on the leaders lap after lap, but first pitstop didn't go according to plan when de Wit came behind David Greco and shouldn't have at all. Then I was all 2nd stint behind Patrick and lost 5 important seconds to David on this whole stint. I was able to pass de Wit on 2nd stop and reduced the disadvantage to David to 0,5 seconds or even less on some laps, but it was impossible to overtake him and finally I had brake problems with 2 laps to go. All in all it was fine, yet I'm not very happy with just a 2nd place"
Driver:John-Eric Saxen
Country:Driver originates from FIN
Race position:3
Team:Kiwi Virtual
Date:2007-06-04 23:38:54
"First time I managed to do a race (almost) without any problems. Quali was somewhat usual and couldn't bring the sectors together, but no points were lost at least.
The race pace was better, I managed to do a few laps in the very top pace but lost a bit in consistency. I was on roughly equal pace as my team mate, but he lost ground after a bad pit entry. By a simple 2 stop strategy I managed to climb into P4, with Danny on 1-stopper behind me, but I had a 0.5 second frame rate freeze (really), which cost me one position. After De Wit had retired, I thought I had to give Danny at least some challenge for podium, as P4 is not the most pleasant position to finish at. Unfortunately I lost my front right brake 6 laps before the finish, so thought to give up, but somehow Danny managed to be even more unlucky and I "overtook" him in the last corner of the last lap.
An important podium considering the future. It should be a lot easier to continue from this and hopefully Darius gets it together as well in USA, so the team can have both cars in the top."
Driver:Danny Davison
Country:Driver originates from AUS
Race position:4
Team:Roaldo Racing
Date:2007-06-04 07:11:18
"Finally a great race in the WC for me, where I was able to drive to my potential for once. I knew it would be a tough race starting from 17th, and I made a bad start but there was a big accident T1 which I managed to drive around and I had decent position from then but unfortunately Papalaro overtook me in a very aggresive move imo, and I spent 17 laps getting held up by him but I managed to finally overtake. My long 1 stop strategy worked well for me and I managed to get into 3rd near race end, with John pushing me harder than I wanted close behind me because I was worried about my brakes near the end of the race.
When he dropped right off with his own brake problems I thought I was home and also backed off to save brakes but as usual they died on me on lap 69. I managed to keep going but with only a few corners to go I ran off and lost my rear wing, which made me spin coming to brake for the final corner of the race, giving John 3rd spot. I guess im lucky to finish but its pretty upsetting to lose a podium so close to the finish.
John was quick all race so he also deserved a great finish. Hopefully its the start of some good form for me as I think the team can fight Diamond for the Team title. Great win Greco but maybe its time to share some with your team mate soon:P"
Driver:Ernesto De Angelis
Country:Driver originates from ITA
Race position:5
Team:Silva Snake Rex
Date:2007-06-03 23:16:24
"Well, I can describe my race by two main things: first I had a lot of fun and finished a race, something which gives me a good feeling. Second, I was on wrong strategy and for this I have to say it's all my team manager's fault, as he did the setup I used but didn't test strategies enough!!! I will have to look for a new one!:) Of course kidding, many thanks to Fabrizio for the support and all our partners."
Driver:Andreas Spengler
Country:Driver originates from GER
Race position:6
Team:Torrent Motorsports - IPForge
Date:2007-06-04 21:35:24
"Finally, we should happy with the result, because we had not the speed as expected. Also with the new mod the entire field seems closer and therefor you loose more positions in race if not anything goes fine.

I think my 2-stop-strategy was good, although I was few tents slower than expected. After my second stop, I tried to save my brakes, because I was afraid of a brake failure. In the last laps I benefited from some DNFs and managed to get 2points for the championship.

Next race is TMos Home Grand Prix and I hope for a better wekend. Cya there."
Driver:Stephane Rouault
Country:Driver originates from NED
Race position:7
Team:GhostSpeed Racing Team
Date:2007-06-12 19:03:05
"This is one of those races, that goes totally wrong, but you still end up earning points. I´m a bit frustrated to be honest. I couldnt even participate in qualify, cause I got kicked from the server, and so I had to start from P20. In T1 on the warmup lap I got hit, by some idiot who spun on warm up lap, so already my suspension was bend. Because of this, I was really carefull for the rest of the warmup lap, I didnt want to spin, I didnt know how bad the damage was. So arriving on the start grid, my tyres were way to cold, cause I hadnt done any warming up for my tyres. When the lights went off, I had a magnificent start, overtook like 4 guys going off the line. Into T1 though, I couldnt get my car to stop, I braked way to late, with my colder than usual tyres, and bumped into Kasimatis. Luckily he could drive on, with low or no damage, but my front wing was gone, and my suspension was now on both sides bend. So much for the good start. I had to get a new wing, and luckily i could procede my race, was it not with an impaired car. My laptimes were shockingly slow after this; I could manage however to keep them fairly consistent. this fact, and the fact that I overtook quite a few people, and that a few people in front of me had problems. I could work myself up to a 6th position, which after all my problems but solid race was well deserved in my opinion. But as some of the drivers already know, it ain´t over till its over, cause after the race i got a 25 sec penalty. So on top of the extra pitstop, and the bend suspension from lap 1 on, which caused me about 0.5 sec a lap disadvantage, i got 25 sec extra. Still i get 7th position, but this pretty much sums up the worst race I ever had."
Driver:Denis Kiriakopoulos
Country:Driver originates from SWI
Race position:8 Racing Team
Date:2007-06-04 11:50:41
"Everything started fine with a very good qual lap. But when race started, i was afraid of an incident (with very close grid) and a couple of cars passed me. Then there was that mess in T1 and no room for me so I went in the grass because I really didn't know what to do. And of course, I got a stop-and-go penalty...which isn't fair since I let other drivers pass.

In my first pitstop, I forgot to disable the 'repair' that was useless, and lost my position to rouault. We were same speed so it was impossible to get it back again, so I tried to remain 2-3 seconds from him.

I lost concentration near the end, and I spun in the acceleration of final straight and I had to repair the car. That was 4th stop instead of 2 planned...!

I went on p14 with a lot of time from p13. But suddently begun all the retirements, and I was p9 with disley in front of me. He was losing a couple of seconds per lap, so I thought he had something damaged. I had to push, but not too much because I didn't want to lose brakes.
I pushed just enough to be behind in last lap, and overtook him in last chicane...a few meters from the end.

I feel sorry for Casalins, since he had an amazing speed and could have fought for first positions here. But the result for the team is a 4th consecutive time in the points, which is excellent!!!"
Driver:Blair Disley
Country:Driver originates from AUS
Race position:9
Team:GhostSpeed Racing Team
Date:2007-06-04 06:56:36
"Very blessed to finish 9th as alot dropped out. Lost out on last corner because I had brake failure! Congrats to Stephane on 6th and also Dennis who took me on the last corner!

Thankyou to Ghostspeed for allowing me to race and also Stephane who gave me a setup during qualifying."
Driver:Fausto Pappalardo
Country:Driver originates from ITA
Race position:10
Team:Silva Eagle Rex
Date:2007-06-04 14:02:52
Driver:Darius Trinka
Country:Driver originates from LIT
Race position:11
Team:Kiwi Virtual
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Driver:Ondrej Kuncman
Country:Driver originates from CZE
Race position:12
Team:Diamond Racing Team
Date:2007-06-04 00:37:41
" The worst race of my FSR WC career. Qualification went better than expected, I got a 2nd place which gave me great chances for the race. After a few laps i let Malezic pass for obvious danger as he showed in WS ACE, then I gave him some gap not to overheat my brakes. Unfortunately in lap 8 Lovchy spun off in the last chicane, Malezic hit him and he lost the front wing. I was far behind but he was braking too hard and I had to avoid him. Only space was on the left where he turned in.
Anyhow this situation would have never happened if there weren`t drivers who shouldnt be in the WC at all. Passing slowest driver after just 8 laps definitely means something. The world championship should be a top league without drivers who are more than 3 seconds off the pace. Hopefully this will be solved for the next races.
So after a collision with Malezic I got puncture and had to go to the pits. I came out on p16. I knew i can still score points so I continued and made a very nice clean race without any mistakes. Before the end I was driving on p5 which would have been fantastic result. As I expected, because lot of time spent behind slower drivers my front brakes failed. Same happened with rear few laps later and I had to retire. Very dissapointing. Now we have 3 weeks break before Indy so I will recover from this and hopefully we can show our pace there. Congrats to winners."
Driver:Patrick De Wit
Country:Driver originates from NED
Race position:13
Team:Faster Than Speed
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Driver:Giuseppe Marconi
Country:Driver originates from ITA
Race position:14
Team:Faster Than Speed
Date:2007-06-03 23:29:26
"Terrible qualification for me. In race had a good pace i did i think a good race...even if i did 3 stops and it was an error. I was 7th and i had some good battle with Darius and other guys.....and at the end when Darius spun at last chicane i couldn't avoid him and lost a suspension. I was able to restart but it was a nightmare and after a spun my engine shut up. It was an unlucky day for FTS but today we are both able to do some good points....hope next race..."
Driver:Petter Kaasa
Country:Driver originates from NOR
Race position:15
Team:Torrent Motorsports - IPForge
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Driver:Paolo Ceccarelli
Country:Driver originates from ITA
Race position:16
Team:Silva Eagle Rex
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Driver:Sergio Casalins
Country:Driver originates from SPA
Race position:17 Racing Team
Date:2007-06-04 14:29:15
"Very bad weekend for me after a very good week of tests. I knew that I had the pace to be in a good position for qualy and for race, but all went really bad.
My qualy was very bad, with a lot of mistakes and was able only to be in 11th postion. In race I tryed to push hard, but with a 3 stop strategy and allways cars in front it was neraly impossible to push hard and the guys going for 2 stops were clearly fast.
Finally a mistake in the last chicane cost me the race, but anyway I was really sad because it was a very good oportunity to get some important points for the constructors championship.
Anyway, im happy because Denis continue showing what he is capable of and it´s the 4th consecutive race with VG in the points, now what we have to do is continue improving and wait for better luck."
Driver:Steve Kasimatis
Country:Driver originates from GRI
Race position:18
Team:Ash Racing
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Driver:Domagoj Malezic
Country:Driver originates from CRO
Race position:19
Team:Twister Racing
Date:2007-06-04 21:43:02
"What to say? Not just unlucky race better to say unlucky weekend. I got damage on car in both ACE and WC races from well known backmarkers.
Quals were not something I should be proud honestly. I was 0.4 behind pole-sitter but could only start 8th. I did big mistake in hairpin and that gave me 8th position on grid.
Race was different story. I was 4th after the start and then Bruno made unexpected mistake and I overtook him easily. Then was following Kuncman and De Wit and suddenly was 2nd after Kuncman did big mistake and not braking at all at last chicane. So I find his comment about letting me pass prety unrespectful and stupid, as he is saying that he let me pass in order I don`t hit him. Man you don`t let your competitors by going off from track, you could slow down on finish straight then :P. If you are not competitor then you could go directly in pit ( which wasn`t so far from your go out from track). Nobody let the guy behind pass by going on the grass. You could say you was looking to mirors and missed brake point and not this shits. So you tried to hide your own driver`s mistake with stupid argument. Ok.
Then in lap 9 or so both De Wit and me were coming into the last chicane and Andrey Lovchy , who had spuned earlier, was on our line. De Wit crashed first and his knock pushed Andrey`s car on my line and I couldn`t avoid him. I was going down the straight and was braking late and hard for first corner mainly becasue I didn`t know my tire is punctured and suspension broken completely (I thought only wing is damaged). I pressed brake hard and car was just going left and left and Kuncman was braking prety lately so he couldn`t avoid me and I couldn`t do anything to move as car was just going to left under braking. Really sorry for that man :(
After that race was over, prety unlucky...
Driver:Andrey Lovchy
Country:Driver originates from BEA
Race position:20
Team:Ash Racing
Date:2007-06-04 10:52:50
"I hadn't good qualy, cutted one lap and slowed down to haven't best lap cutted, on 2nd lap I did mistake and in overal my lap was around a sec from my best. But anyway I could beat only Fausto and he had penalties, so anyway I got my place. And even more, as some drivers failed to set time in qual? I got 17th position, what wasn't my pace. The race started from strange problem with my wheel on formation. Car was undrivable and I relesed it only getting to 1st turn. My car spun. Not sure, may be someone got contact with me in result. Luckily I could rejoin, starting from pit-lane. I reconnect USB and made in-game collibration while other driver did formation lap, and seems it was ok. But better I didn't rejoin. After recolibration brake pedal started to work not same as usual, I made 2 spins on 1st lap. After that I fixed it partly with brake balance (luckily have assigned buttons on the wheel). I don't remember what I did in last turn of the 7th lap, but I spun again and as didn't get any damage, but so much wanted to continue - thought too much about myself. I should press ESC asap in this situation, as it were leaders already comming (much time lost waiting green lights on pit-lane + 2 spins + around 3 secs down to top). But instead I just decided to stay and don't move, hoping drivers will see me and avoid. but..... someone crashed into me ..... In real life what I did was best - press brake pedal and don't move till all cars pass. But we are not in real life. In here we have ESC also. I decided, that if in USA I make DNF again with at least partly my fault, or even finished byut destroying someone race - I stop driving. Not only in WC, but at all. So in USA I change something finally, or leave after that round."
Driver:Sebastian Schmalenbach
Country:Driver originates from GER
Race position:21
Team:Twister Racing
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Driver:Fabrizio Pescali
Country:Driver originates from ITA
Race position:22
Team:Silva Snake Rex
Date:2007-06-04 00:20:11
"Another bad day for me, the qualify was terrible, 2 wrong laps with cuts in the last chicane so i ask marshall to start from the back of the grid and in the middle of turn 1 i found a stalled car and like i stupid i also stalled.
It's no question of pace or speed, i'm not one of the fast drivers but also i'm not like the worse like seem i am now, or i start to qualify better or is really better i stop to race.
Congrats to Eny for his 5th place, like he say the strategies was not perfect but setup feel good so we are really confident for the next races, tks also to our new sponsors DIGIT@L, I-TECH PC and TIME 2 RACING that give us big motivation.

Lol Eny"
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Race position:23
Team:Team FSR
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Race position:24
Team:Team FSR
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Race position:25
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Audience comment
Date:2007-06-04 16:49:45
"congratulazioni David! Forza Greco eh? :)"

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