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Standings

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

ACE
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

PRO
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

ADV
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

AMA
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

World Trophy
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Pre-Season
P DriverCPts
. Driver from 0
.Brewer Driver from ENG0
. Driver from 0
.Rodger Driver from SCO0
.Tuson Driver from GBR0

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

Special Events
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Classic Series
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Completed official races

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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
Event:
Track:Sakhir, Bahrain 2011Track map Sakhir, Bahrain 2011 - No track picture yet
Country:Grand Prix of  
Event league:World Championship
Simulation:rFactor
Event season:2011
Point system:Default
Final result:Yes (confirmed)
Official event:Yes
Separate classes:No (all drivers in one class)
Event date:2011-04-03 13:19:31
Qualifying minutes:5 minutes
Event laps:57
Event distance:308.484 km
Pole-Position:Fredrik Nilsson
Race winner:Bono Huis


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

2. Results
Race Results
OP
QP
Driver/TeamC/CL/LLRacetime/FLDiff/ReasonVPitCar/Class
P/PD
1.
(2)
+1
Bono Huis
Precision Motorsports
Driver originates from NED
Comment: A great way to start the season, although we were quite lucky. Twister's speed really impressed me, especially Nilsson who was very fast in both Q1 and Q2. No doubt that he would have been fast in the race too but unfortunately for him he retired in the formation lap which basically put me on pole. First laps were quite difficult, no grip at all but it improved lap by lap and I was able to build a gap to Jaakko and David. I saw after my pitstop that the gap stayed around 4 seconds to P2 so I decided to save the car and make sure to finish the race. A nice victory and perfect start of the season, but we must improve for the next races because it would have been difficult to beat Nilsson.
57
57
1h26m54.908
1m29.487
-No penalty imposed. 1xWorld Championship
-
25
0/25/0
2.
(4)
+2
David Greco
2Fast4U-Racing
Driver originates from ITA
Comment: My race was good, was much better than what I expected. Qualy was also a very good surprise for me, as I haven't practiced at all for the Qualification. I just knew the setup was right, so I knew I could have been in Q2 and then with more experience hope for some bad laps from other drivers, which put me in P4 on the starting grid. Jaakko was as fast as me basically and with I think less top
speed i couldn't pass him at all, I needed I slight mistake with cold tires from him to make the pass. After that I had braking problems and started shifting brake balance towards the rear to save what I could on brakes, which worked, but, almost caused me two spins. I managed to be as fast or faster than Jaakko, and so, I think I deserved my second place.
57
0
1h27m00.337
1m29.824
+5.429No penalty imposed. 1xWorld Championship
-
18
0/18/0
3.
(3)
-
Jaakko Mikkonen
Precision Motorsports
Driver originates from FIN
Comment: I didn't really perform at my best in the race but despite it I must say third place is ok. Season will be long and everything counts in the end. My dark moment came after pit stop when Greco passed me. I felt very unconfident with grip level and brakes and decided it's better to play it safe than be sorry.
57
0
1h27m02.111
1m29.707
+7.203No penalty imposed. 1xWorld Championship
-
15
0/15/0
4.
(7)
+3
Rasmus Tali
GT Omega Racing
Driver originates from EST
Comment: Q1: was ok

Q2: I was too agressive with medium tyres so I lost lots of time exiting corners.

R: Start was great I managed to get from P6 to P4 but was pushed wide in t2 so I lost all I gained. After that I had to pass Rudy and it wasnt easy with this years dirty air effect where you lose lots of grip on exits while following other car.
Finally I managed to get a head and start geting into rythm. I was catching Greco and Jaakko rest of ther race but gap was too big so I ended the race on 4th position.
My own mistakes in Q2 and some unfortunate actions in start prevented better result but it was a solid start for the season and pace seems to be there. 
Looking forward to Australia.
57
0
1h27m04.115
1m29.685
+9.207No penalty imposed. 1xWorld Championship
-
12
0/12/0
5.
(8)
+3
Mikko Puumalainen
GT Omega Racing
Driver originates from FIN
Comment: Q1: 27.899, very relieved with this, was worried about making the top 10
Q2: 29.469, terrible lap, 'nuff said...

Race:

I had a good reaction time to the lights, took it easy in to T1 and lost some positions. During the first lap a lot of people were going off in front of me, I went from 9 or 10th to 6th.

I knew my pace was ok, but I also knew I probably couldn't challenge the guys in front of me, so I just focused on keeping a steady rhythm and saving the car.

I had a lot of issues with braking on this track, so I 'm very happy with finishing 5th in the end with holding off Atze basicly the entire race.

Congrats to Bono and the rest of the podium.
57
0
1h27m10.081
1m30.035
+15.173No penalty imposed. 1xWorld Championship
-
10
0/10/0
6.
(5)
-1
Atze Kerkhof
Twister Racing
Driver originates from NED
Comment:
57
0
1h27m10.705
1m29.500
+15.797No penalty imposed. 1xWorld Championship
-
8
0/8/0
7.
(10)
+3
Lee Morris
GT Omega Racing
Driver originates from GBR
Comment: Pretty happy with the points to start the season, much better than last year but slightly dissapointed with the result too, expected more after testing, realy thought we were on the pace.. 

I believe we are but we just need to find a few tenths.. so there is work too do !!

Congrattulations to Huis and all competitors !
57
0
1h27m37.444
1m30.184
+42.536No penalty imposed. 1xWorld Championship
-
6
0/6/0
8.
(16)
+8
Blair Disley
2Fast4U-Racing
Driver originates from AUS
Comment: I didn't do what I expected in qualifying, was out of rythm. I was already off pace compared to my WC team mates. But got 8th place, that's the problem starting further back, you have to overtake, which uses more engine and more brakes, so I had to conserve and Morris got me at the end.

Thanks to the guys on the Twister team who helped with the setup.
57
0
1h27m39.036
1m30.360
+44.128No penalty imposed. 1xWorld Championship
-
4
0/4/0
9.
(6)
-3
Morgan Morand
The Venus Project Racing
Driver originates from FRA
Comment: How to be a noob ? Just look me.. 
I'm 6th in Q2... my best result in qualifying session.. I take the medium tyres for the race.
I started 5th. I take the first corner and SLLLL... i spin... well.. great begin... 
I'm in last position. I rejoin the group before the lap 2. I overtake easily drivers. I'm on the Huis rythm. 
I want to overtake De wit, i take the slipstream, he makes a schumacher style ^^ i'm surprised i take the outside and i overtake him. Good.
I catch Lee Morris. He is very fast on straight line : I have more downforce i think. I make a Takuma sato Braking style and i overtake him...
Before the 2nd relay. I respin... My car was very different than testing. In the 2nd relay i have no rythm to follow lee... I'm 9th with luck ! 
See you soon in Melbourne
57
0
1h27m39.800
1m30.130
+44.892No penalty imposed. 1xWorld Championship
-
2
0/2/0
10.
(9)
-1
John-Eric Saxen
Ash Racing
Driver originates from FIN
Comment: The season start was pretty positive in terms of qualifying pace, as I made it to the top 10 with a poor lap. The race start went better than expected and I climbed into P7, but unfortunately I was overly careful and let De Wit past, after which my re-overtaking attempt ended in us touching and me spinning. From there on I lost a lot of time behind slower cars which took me longer to pass than expected, but eventually the effort was enough for 1 point, which without the incident surely could have been a couple of more.
57
0
1h27m41.540
1m29.922
+46.632No penalty imposed. 1xWorld Championship
-
1
0/1/0
11.
(11)
-
Rudy van Buren
GT Omega Racing
Driver originates from NED
Comment: The season started with ups and downs for me, while being knocked out of Q1 by 0.004 and needed to accept the 11th place, the start of the race went really good and I could get up to p4 by the end of the first lap! 

As expected my pace was not fast enough to keep up with the front runners, and I got hunt down quite quickly by 3 guys behind me. I could defend a little but soon I realised I was just fighting for nothing and let the 3 guys to get into a comfortable gap and keep my pace steady and going. After my pitstop Disley was close behind me and was just a slight bit each lap faster and caught me. 

After he overtook me he didn't manage to drive away as the gap towards him didn't go over 1 second. Then the down part of the race started for me, while being in 7th position i exit the last turn a slight bit to wide, come on the curb and spin. After a quick 180 back into the right direction i found myself in p10 with p9 close infront and p11 behind. With 1 lap to go the next down came, as my left front brake exploded (whcih was unexpected) and needed to except p11.

 Overall i cant complain, this was my first FSR race ever and I learned allot. Pace wise there was more in there aand now im going to focus to keep a steady line towards the front of the field.
57
0
1h27m58.015
1m30.021
+1m03.107No penalty imposed. 1xWorld Championship
-
0
0/0/0
12.
(14)
+2
Jim Parisis
GhostSpeed Racing Team
Driver originates from GRI
Comment: Everything went as I expected in Q1.
I didn't have the "best" Q setup and the result was ok to me.
In the begining of the formation lap I made the worst mistake ever and I stole my engine.
Then I started from pitlane.
The whole race was lonely and I was only hoped for some DNFs.
Finally I was up to 12 place and P De Wit was just behind me after his 2nd stop.
It was a very hard, good, and clean battle and I really enjoy it!
Congrats Patrick great fight! ;)
Then I just brought it to finish in 12 place.
Not a good debute but this is life, this is FSR, and I will be here to fight!
See you all in Melbourne!
Congrats to Huis and all the finishers!
56
0
1 lap down
1m31.035
-No penalty imposed. 2xWorld Championship
-
0
0/0/0
13.
(12)
-1
Patrick De Wit
Faster Than Speed
Driver originates from NED
Comment: Well not the Season start i had hoped for but the racing spirit is still there:)

Q went really bad 0,6 from my pb even so if i had set my pb or close to it maybe problaby could have gone to Q2

But instead i Qualified 13th just behind my teammate Agustin who was 12th

Had a good start and went from 13th to 9th at some point then lost some spots due to fighting other cars

Then Tried to overtake Saxen which worked  was a good move just not touching Kerkhof in the heat was great:)

Then 2 turns later Saxen tried to took the position back and almpost worked but 2 cars trough that turn is a bit too tidy and he spun we touched each other but really light.

The last battle came with the new guy(Jim Parisis) we had awesome battles some turn after each other next to each other heheh

Finally managed to overtake him he did not make it easy but we need this kind of people in FSR hard racers:) hehehe

Well i could have had p12 today but my engine said otherwise:(

See ya next week
51
0
6 laps down
1m30.831
EngineNo penalty imposed. 2xWorld Championship
-
0
0/0/0
14.
(15)
+1
Lukas Euler
GhostSpeed Racing Team
Driver originates from GER
Comment: Q - Just as I expected, not able to compete for the Top 10 here. Struggling from beginning on and hoping for race.

R - Start was awesome from P15 to P 7.  I let Kerkhof pass as it would've only cost time to both of us and he was clearly faster so no need for that. THen some nice battles, although the move from Morand was unnecessary dangerous and in my view not the most clever one. He could've waited and made a much easier and safer pass. After that I lost rythmn and from lap 19 onI got cramps in my leg. Made 2 mistakes which cost me at least a fight for a point. In the gravel after my first mistake I overcooked my engine and it thanked me with blowing up 14 laps before finish.

Now to Australia, a way better track.
43
0
14 laps down
1m30.317
EngineNo penalty imposed. 2xWorld Championship
-
0
0/0/0
15.
(17)
+2
Allar Foht
The Venus Project Racing
Driver originates from EST
Comment: Q1: Came to server, had horrible lag and couldn't put a lap together.

Race:

Still had lag so started very carefully, gained a few places but soon lost few again, had to drive very carefully because screen was lagging all the time and some drivers who were close to me had ping 300. 

After some time found myself quite alone on track, Saxen some 5-6 seconds ahead and Parisis 13 seconds behind, then came to make a pitstop and just then leaving from pits managed to spin and stall my car. 

Overall my race was horrible, have to figure out why i had lag. Really looking forward to race in Melbourne to get better result.
27
0
30 laps down
1m32.324
SuspensionNo penalty imposed. 1xWorld Championship
-
0
0/0/0
16.
(13)
-3
Agustin Canapino
Faster Than Speed
Driver originates from ARG
Comment: I'm very disappointed. I had a very good and quick car for the race, but I lost connection to the server, and that was it.
2
0
55 laps down
1m38.983
DNFNo penalty imposed. 0xWorld Championship
-
0
0/0/0
17.
(18)
+1
Wayne White
Ash Racing
Driver originates from USA
 
0
0
57 laps down
No time
DNFNo penalty imposed. 0xWorld Championship
-
0
0/0/0
18.
(1)
-17
Fredrik Nilsson
Twister Racing
Driver originates from SWE
Comment: The disappointment has settled slightly now, but still it's hard to get over. 

We had fantastic pace here as Q showed, both Q1 and Q2, where I got pole just ahead of Bono. Should have been a more comfortable gap, but with the one lap system it's hard to nail it, especially on this track. 

The car was really good in race condition as well, and a win would definitely have been possible if it weren't for the BSOD that put an end to my hopes. 

Nontheless, great work by David for taking second place, and well done to my team mate Atze for bringing home points after a difficult race for him. Fantastic team work during this winter as well, it's a pleasure to drive for Twister Racing! Now I just hope I can sort my computer out and then fight hard for Melbourne.
0
0
57 laps down
No time
-No penalty imposed. 0xWorld Championship
-
0
0/0/0


Qualifying Results
OPDriverCTeamTimeDiffLapsCarClass
1.Fredrik NilssonDriver originates from SWETwister Racing1m28.574-3World Championship-
2.Bono HuisDriver originates from NEDPrecision Motorsports1m28.586+0.0123World Championship-
3.Jaakko MikkonenDriver originates from FINPrecision Motorsports1m28.643+0.0693World Championship-
4.David GrecoDriver originates from ITA2Fast4U-Racing1m28.917+0.3433World Championship-
5.Atze KerkhofDriver originates from NEDTwister Racing1m29.062+0.4883World Championship-
6.Morgan MorandDriver originates from FRAThe Venus Project Racing1m29.152+0.5783World Championship-
7.Rasmus TaliDriver originates from ESTGT Omega Racing1m29.324+0.7503World Championship-
8.Mikko PuumalainenDriver originates from FINGT Omega Racing1m29.470+0.8963World Championship-
9.John-Eric SaxenDriver originates from FINAsh Racing1m29.480+0.9063World Championship-
10.Lee MorrisDriver originates from GBRGT Omega Racing1m29.797+1.2233World Championship-
11.Rudy van BurenDriver originates from NEDGT Omega RacingNo time-0World Championship-
12.Patrick De WitDriver originates from NEDFaster Than SpeedNo time-0World Championship-
13.Agustin CanapinoDriver originates from ARGFaster Than SpeedNo time-0World Championship-

Driver names in black are not yet registered.
Official Results in PDF:

OP = Overall Position
CP = Class Position
QP = Qualifying Position
C = Driver Country
L = Total completed laps
LL = Total lead laps
FL = Fastest Laptime
V = Status Verification Results
P = Total Event Points
PD = Points Distribution (Qualifying Points/Race Points/Bonus Points)


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