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World Championship
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.Chiappini Driver from ITA104

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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.Brewer Driver from ENG0
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.Rodger Driver from SCO0

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 2006Track map Montreal, Canada 2006 - No track picture yet
Country:Grand Prix of  
Event league:World Championship
Event season:2006
Point system:Default
Final result:Yes (confirmed)
Official event:Yes
Separate classes:No (all drivers in one class)
Event date:2006-07-16 19:40:14
Qualifying minutes:15 minutes
Event laps:70
Event distance:305.270 km
Pole-Position:Roy Kolbe
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:Coca-Cola Kiwi Virtual
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Driver:Bruno Marques
Country:Driver originates from POR
Race position:2
Team:Diamond Racing Team
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Driver:Roy Kolbe
Country:Driver originates from GER
Race position:3
Team:Coca-Cola Kiwi Virtual
Date:2006-07-17 23:46:57
"I said already all in press conference, so no need to repeat it again!;) Just one thing: I want to thank my team, our sponsors Coca Cola & Red Bull, because they made it possible, that I could take part of this race, after my old GFX board was broken!

Oh and...every event I read comments like this: "I had no time to practise in the last 14 days, because bla bla....Just did a few laps on sunday directly in front of the race". In my point of view thats very unprofessional and the team owners should replace those drivers, as it´s bad for the image of the league (WORLD CHAMPIOMSHIP). That´s no offence against those drivers, because a few of them are even race winners. I know they can be extremly strong with practise, but if they don´t find time, they shouldn´t participate or at least they shouldn´t say it official, that they start without practise. If there is any possilbe sponsor reading FSR comments, latest after those comments he would shake his head, saying: "never!!" and laughting about our "competition".

Driver:Dennis Hirrle
Country:Driver originates from GER
Race position:4
Team:Twister Racing
Date:2006-07-16 21:23:30
"At the start it was no racing due to the biggest lag of the year so far, I couldn’t really see what was going on around me, and after some laps I found myself on 6th place so I lost position to somebody due to this mess. I was behind Kononen then, he pitted two laps earlier, but Hildebrandt held me off an entire lap so after my pitstop Kononen was in front again with half a second. He built a gap of around 4 seconds when it came to the second stops, again he stopped two laps earlier, this time there was no backmarker, I did an agressive inlap and when I came out I was in front of him. We both did a small mistake on the exit I guess and so Patrick could pass me at his pitstop one lap later, but he was a bit faster anyway, very good job from him. The whole last stint I had to resist against Markus then and I enjoyed it so much. That’s why I’m still around. "
Driver:Markus Kononen
Country:Driver originates from FIN
Race position:5
Team:Diamond Racing Team
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Driver:Martin Dyrlund
Country:Driver originates from DEN
Race position:6
Team:Roaldo Racing
Date:2006-07-16 22:49:35
"Had a horrible qual, wanted to make atleast a 1:12 time, but i couldnt do that! That was not ok. In race, i was a little bit more confident, and i kept my place in the field, and just kept going and going. Had a long and breath taking fight, against Joakim right after the 1st stint. We followed each other until the finish line, luckily i kept calm, and didnt let him come past me!

Good race! ;)"
Driver:Joakim Bengtsson
Country:Driver originates from SWE
Race position:7
Team:Ash Racing
Date:2006-07-16 21:31:50
"This was a quite fun race as I was involved in fights on track for most of the race. My Q was average and I failed to get the most out of the car, there should have been about 0.5 more in it and that would have put me in a better position for the race. P9 it was in the end. The start was a complete mess, I got away very good but had to lift twice because the cars in front of me made poor getaways so my line felt like it was standing still. On the first lap I straightlined the final chicane because I misjudged my braking in the slipstream and had to let Marconi pass to avoid a penalty then I was also passed by Pat a lap later. The race was stable from there I was chasing Marconi for 9th and was all over his car when he made a mistake at the hairpin and spun, I could gain an easy position but it almost cost me my wing.

After the first pitstop I was chasing Martin and we were so equal in pace but slowly I gained time tenth by tenth and got a run at him but couldn't make it stick. Then for the last 55 laps or so we were running 1-4 seconds apart so I hope he got himself a good workout too because I surely did. I had almost accepted that I would leave without points when ten laps from the end Seb lost alot of pace and I could pass him for 8th. It looked like a rear brake failure because he was locking his tires all the time. In the end It was an enjoyable race and I'm happy to score a point for me and for Ash-racing. Compliments to my fellow scandinavian Martin for a flawless and just quick enough drive to finish ahead of me. I think that our quickest laptimes are the same exactly to 1/1000 of a second says it all. "
Driver:Ferry Koek
Country:Driver originates from NED
Race position:8
Team:Faster Than Speed
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Driver:Fausto Pappalardo
Country:Driver originates from ITA
Race position:9
Date:2006-07-17 08:05:40
"A 10th place :-). No events in my race so there's really nothing to say. Bad year and bad performance, but I installed the track just 10 minutes before the race and so I couldn't expect nothing more... we'll see next time what we get, but I don't expect any particular result this year, because I'm too busy with work and I have no time to practice. Bye all!"
Driver:Giuseppe Marconi
Country:Driver originates from ITA
Race position:10
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Driver:Denis Kiriakopoulos
Country:Driver originates from SWI
Race position:11 Racing Team
Date:2006-07-21 18:46:33
"The first 200 meters were very good, I took a beautiful start and I was next to my team mate Phil, 2 positions ahead. Unfortunately, we all know the lag problems that happen in this start...and that made maybe patrick change his line so fast. I simply couldn't avoid him...and lost my front wing plus damaged heavily the front left suspension (wheel turning to go straight).

I knew from here that it would be a very hard race, but who knows what can happen! I continued with my damaged car, making a few spins here and there...but managed to finish the 6th race out of 6 which I participated. There is a bit "monteiro" in me, but I have to find a bit of "alonso" too :)

I'm also happy to have Phil as team mate, in addition to fred. Hopefully, we'll be able to practice together and improve our performances.

Finally, I want to thank our sponsor for the race: WnG Solutions. Thank you for your support, Stéphane Grivat & Stéphane Wyssa ;)"
Driver:Sebastian Schmalenbach
Country:Driver originates from GER
Race position:12
Team:Red Bull Kiwi Virtual
Date:2006-07-17 07:42:32
"Well, bad race for me. The pace after the long party the night before wasn't fast anyway. I was hoping for a 6th place finish and it was looking good until lap 55. Then the rear brakes failed. Very early. I was racing with brake duct 3. Then I tried to hold the car on track, but it was impossible.

When Roy was lapping me then, I went straight into turn 1. If I wouldn't have pressed ESC, I would have fully collected Roy. I think it scared him a bit. :-)

Anyway, the CHATTING! of 2 drivers at the beginning of the race MUST face a disqualifcation. This was more then unfair!!! I nearly crashed because I allways thought admin was writing something. I think it was De Wit and my teammate :(.

De Wit was making me mad aswell this time. First he chats and begs for a restart, and then he simply crashes into my rear for passing me. He crashed so hard into it, that I had damage and possible this damage screwed up my wheel/brakes. I hope that admin will review it."
Driver:Phil Hildebrandt
Country:Driver originates from GER
Race position:13 Racing Team
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Driver:Chris Phillips
Country:Driver originates from ENG
Race position:14
Team:F1 Racing Kiwi Virtual
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Driver:Marc van Huffelen
Country:Driver originates from NED
Race position:15
Team:Ash Racing
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Driver:Emanuel Gaczella
Country:Driver originates from ROM
Race position:16
Team:Roaldo Racing
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Driver:Dominik Binz
Country:Driver originates from GER
Race position:17
Team:Red Bull Kiwi Virtual
Date:2006-07-17 09:14:40
"This was a warp back in time, back to the F12002 netcode. Lag party. Not only for me but also for other drivers. No way I could continue to race, it was too risky because I never knew if I was about to hit a car. Admin should really look into this issue."
Driver:Richard Dodd
Country:Driver originates from ENG
Race position:18
Team:F1 Racing Kiwi Virtual
Date:2006-07-17 14:43:56
"For once I was able to get good pace on qualy, I got a fairly good setup (about 0.5-0.6 secs off Roy and David's pace), but only qualified 7th because there was such bad lag around the final sector for me, the game was just slowing down each time I was approaching the final chicane and through the start/finish straight, it was disorientating my driving quite a bit. Had I not had those problems, I could have qualified at least 5th for sure.

But I didn't do any practice for the race, yet I was surprised that I had some pace there on a 2 stop fuel load. I got a good start and passed Dennis Hirrle and Bruno Marques and went into turn 1 in 4th. The car was struggling for grip just a little, and I just braked too late for the final chicane, but I kept it together. Unfortunately Bruno tapped me in turn 4 when he was trying to find a way past me, I spun and tried to wait for the right moment to face the other way, but an unlucky driver smashed into me, probably didn't see me until it was too late, sorry to whoever that was..."
Driver:Steve Kasimatis
Country:Driver originates from GRI
Race position:19
Team:Faster Than Speed
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Driver:Patrick De Wit
Country:Driver originates from NED
Race position:20
Team:Twister Racing
Date:2006-07-16 21:53:41
"Well this was no funrace at all!

I mean i had lagg!

I could not see other cars en they just popped infront of me...........

i asked for restart because this was no racing

but no reactions and then i just continoud racing i overtake people but did not know if i hitted them it was very dangerous they were there and sometims they were gone!

This was really frustrating in the end it got better nut i was like 13th in my 1st lap

To be 4th is a wonderfull results yet after all my problems i did had a nice run on my teammate and kononen i before the 2nd pitstop some 10 secs behind them and even further to kononen and closed that gap barely...i was agressive in pits and came just ahead of them that was real fun

But i hope these issieus can be resolved soon"
Driver:Andrey Lovchy
Country:Driver originates from BEA
Race position:21
Team:Team FSR
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Race position:22
Team:Team FSR
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Audience comment
Date:2006-07-16 21:29:53
"Congratulazioni David!"

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