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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
.Manousakis Driver from GRI0
.Cobb Driver from USA0
.Winter Driver from GER0
.Nel Driver from SAF0
.Kappet Driver from EST0

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

DateLeagueTrackRPDF
10-07:WCRoun..
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09-23:WCRoun..
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09-23:ACERoun..
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09-23:PRORoun..
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09-09:WCRoun..
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09-09:ACERoun..
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09-09:PRORoun..
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08-19:WCRoun..
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08-19:ACERoun..
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08-19:PRORoun..
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07-15:WCRoun..
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07-15:ACERoun..
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07-15:AMARoun..
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Event Information
Event:
Track:Sepang, Malaysia 2007Track map Sepang, Malaysia 2007 - No track picture yet
Country:Grand Prix of  
Event league:ACE
Simulation:rFactor
Event season:2007
Point system:Grid 1
Final result:Yes (confirmed)
Official event:Yes
Separate classes:No (all drivers in one class)
Event date:2007-03-25 16:30:31
Qualifying minutes:45 minutes
Event laps:56
Event distance:310.408 km
Pole-Position:Domagoj Malezic
Race winner:Steve Kasimatis


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

5. Comments
Driver Comments
Driver:Steve Kasimatis
Country:Driver originates from GRI
Race position:1
Team:Diamond Racing Team
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Driver:Stephane Rouault
Country:Driver originates from NED
Race position:2
Team:Roaldo Racing Ace
Date:2007-03-26 00:02:55
"I had a very exciting race, i had to start from the pit lane, because I damaged my car on formation lap, due to computer freeze (only for like 0.5 a sec, but it came on a bad moment). So I had to fight my way from P23 to P2, was very eventfull, overtook a lot of people. In the end some people had braking problems, which helped me a bit further, but overall I think my hard work payed off. I was 25 sec behind Steve, who won, so hate to think what couldve happened."
Driver:Machiel Schönbeck
Country:Driver originates from NED
Race position:3
Team:Diamond Racing Team
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Driver:Fred Gosling
Country:Driver originates from GBR
Race position:4
Team:Roaldo Racing Ace
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Driver:Blair Disley
Country:Driver originates from AUS
Race position:5
Team:Disley
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Driver:Guillaume Girard
Country:Driver originates from FRA
Race position:6
Team:Roaldo Renegade
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Driver:Wayne White
Country:Driver originates from USA
Race position:7
Team:American English Racing Organization
Date:2007-03-26 00:53:24
"Finished 6th overall; not bad, not great.

Early in race, I got up to 5th from 9th on grid. I had pace for 3rd or 4th based on who dropped from race, but that includes the likes of Martin and Domajog dropping.

I made contact with a Diamond racer (Kirill). He was quick, but very erratic- cost me about 5-8 seconds (last right corner before back straight, he braked very hard- I tapped him) thus doing some damage to front right of car.

First pit was 18+ seconds with damage- cost me time obviously. I didnt really have the overall speed in race as top 5 (including those dropping out). I accidentally didnt use quite the right setup- it was the one I wanted, but I forgot to modify the brake settings.

In the middle of the race, Dom (race leader) came out of pits and spun me out in first corner (lost another 10 seconds). Perhaps, I could've given him more room. All these contacts added up til my car was getting pretty bad to drive. (Still managed high 1.31's I think)


As the race went on, the brakes got worse and worse until with about 10 laps to go I had to throw the bias all the way to the back to prevent spinning out. (Glad I remembered where that key was or else I would've definitely not finished). I lost a position to Machiel because of this (I got thrown off the track completely because my front right brake had locked...)

Overall, I probably would've finished about 40 seconds off of Steve had it been for the right setup (my mistake) and not being involved in those 2 incidents."
Driver:Gabriel Garivaldis
Country:Driver originates from CYP
Race position:8
Team:Faster Than Speed Ace
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Driver:Christian Smirnoff
Country:Driver originates from ARG
Race position:9
Team:Faster Than Speed Ace
Date:2007-03-26 05:06:25
"Well, glad to finish in the first race and score some points, but I'm not very happy with the performance.

The car was good, but after 4 or 5 laps of each stint, the front tyres started to wear badly, giving increasing understeer each lap, making it impossible to keep a good pace. I always had traffic when I had new tyres on so could never show the real pace, but anyway we need to work on the setup to find out why it's wearing the tyres so badly.

Had some fun with a few battles, could do some overtaking over Gomez and Pakhodnia and I did have some situations with other cars where I lost time, but all I could do at most is to be right there with my team mate Gabriel, who finished 6 seconds ahead.

We have work to do, but I'm sure Bahrain will be better."
Driver:Siarhei Pakhodnia
Country:Driver originates from BEA
Race position:10
Team:Diamond Russia
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Driver:Jimmy Jones
Country:Driver originates from JAP
Race position:11
Team:
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Driver:Nicholas Morse
Country:Driver originates from USA
Race position:12
Team:
Date:2007-03-26 07:34:22
"My race was okay, I didn't mess up once so that is exactly what I expected. We had some serious engineering problems, hit on a semi fast setup a week before the race.

I was able to run 1:30's in qual, and just didn't perform in qual, barely made the race, but all the Torrent Motorsports cars that attempted made it, so that was our goal. Then in turn 2 I got rear ended and hit twice, put me sideways and I had minor rear wing damage. Then battling with Gomez (cant remember exactly) and someone rear ended me when I was trying to get on the inside of him. It got me sideways and I locked up the brakes again. It put my rear wing damage at medium, so I wasn't able to pull faster than a 1:35 for the first stint.

By time I pitted It was too late, I was having fun trying to battle Christian but I couldn't do anything that was safe, so I just followed him and enjoyed the show. After pit the damage was down to minor and I still couldn't go faster than a 1:34.0, when all week my race pace was 1:32.7, which isn't fast, but better than what i was doing. so that was unfortunate, and that few seconds adds up.

i ended up riding around pushing it the best I could with less downforce in the rear than I needed. I was able to turn good laps and I don't think I held anyone up when they came to lap me.

Had a pretty interesting experience, I was passing Mola for 11th and Kasimatis came up to overlap us with about 15 to go and I went right, Kasimatis went left and we went 3 wide into turn 9, it was interesting.

Finished the race and coulda passed Guillaume Girard or Bisley who wrecked in the sandtrap in the penultimum corner, but ran outta laps, so I finished 12th in the points, it was good!

-Nick
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Driver:Martin Dyrlund
Country:Driver originates from DEN
Race position:13
Team:Roaldo Renegade
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Driver:Domagoj Malezic
Country:Driver originates from CRO
Race position:14
Team:Twister-Racing Thunder
Date:2007-03-26 00:29:33
"Firstly, I would like to thank all Twister-Racing managment for helping me to even start this race. When I first tried to join server, there was around 40 peoples in it and when I joined my PC just blocked and I couldn`t do anything. We decided to restart PC and wait until very last moments for qualifying. I was waiting on MSN until Joel say I can go in and I managed to get inside with 28 cars in it. PC didn`t blocked that time. We were waiting for qualifying to start and then admins told all peoples on server ( then was 38) to start it and top-24 will go in race. I though it was over for me as my PC will block it and I will have to restart it. I decided to go on track and I was getting from 7 to 22 FPs in qualy lap and managed 29.2 and I was happy just to finish qualifying. At race start I had good start and I managed to get away from Steve Kasimatis from Diamond very easily with such hard situation with low FPS. I was little bit surprised and I thought he is on 2 stop strategy. But he wasn`t. I wasn`t pushing at all, I just hoped to finish this race, and on lap 40 I was thinking how everything went well and I will score maiden win in FSR. But on lap 46 I knew something went wrong when my car just went into the wall. I realised my wheel software failed and that was it. Wheel was turned enough to pass the corner, throttle was on 60 - 70 % and wheel just saved this positions and I was steering and braking and I couldn`t do anything. Like you plug it off from your PC and you have no control over it and it saves your previous position of the wheel. Don`t know why it happens, but that thing happened 2-3 times during winter, after 700-1000 laps. And unfortunately it happened in race. Nothing to be worried about I think, only little of luck which I don`t have is needed. We really gave this win to Steve and it could have been perfect day with 2 poles and 2 wins in both WC and ACE but at the end I am happy for Roy and team so I am not dissapointed about my failure as we expected to retire before race. So we didn`t have anything to loose but could have been wonderful weekend. Once more thank to Roy, Dennis, Joel, Joakim and all of that great Twister family for their time and we can hope for more great momenst during this season."
Driver:Klaus Kåg
Country:Driver originates from DEN
Race position:15
Team:Twister-Racing Thunder
Date:2007-03-26 15:53:49
"As my first race in 2 month and my first race in Ace, I think we learned alot from the race which definitely help us throughout the season.
For my own race I was happy just to race, having problems with my left foot all the weekend. For the opening the car felt really great, but when I lost my FL suspension it was noting good. My own pace was good, and without problems we could have fighted for the vivtory. Now we only need to move on to be ready for the race next sunday."
Driver:Kirill Izotov
Country:Driver originates from RUS
Race position:16
Team:Diamond Russia
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Driver:Carlos López
Country:Driver originates from SPA
Race position:17
Team:Bastet FCF-Team
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Driver:Michael Theis
Country:Driver originates from USA
Race position:18
Team:
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Driver:Theo Gort
Country:Driver originates from NED
Race position:19
Team:FTS Ace Panthers
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Driver:Filipe Santos
Country:Driver originates from POR
Race position:20
Team:GhostSpeed Racing Team
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Driver:Matteo Tuzi
Country:Driver originates from ITA
Race position:21
Team:Bracciano Racing
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Driver:Wes Richards
Country:Driver originates from USA
Race position:22
Team:
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Driver:Gary Mola
Country:Driver originates from USA
Race position:23
Team:
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Driver:Mauricio Gomez
Country:Driver originates from COL
Race position:24
Team:Sinergia Team
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Race position:25
Team:Team FSR
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Driver:Mihajlo Vicentijevic
Country:Driver originates from SER
Race position:26
Team:Team FSR
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Driver:Alfredo Varon
Country:Driver originates from COL
Race position:27
Team:Sinergia Team
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Driver:Ben Scott
Country:Driver originates from ENG
Race position:28
Team:NBK Racing Team
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Driver:Xico Rocha
Country:Driver originates from POR
Race position:29
Team:GhostSpeed Racing Team
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Driver:Glyn Cooper
Country:Driver originates from ENG
Race position:30
Team:American English Racing Organization
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Driver:Dani Falco
Country:Driver originates from SPA
Race position:31
Team:FTS Ace Panthers
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Race position:32
Team:Faster Than Speed Amateur
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