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New season
#1
Does anybody know when the new season will be announced?
What cars and tracks? Its usually friday night, isnt it?
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#2
Friday/ Saturday
I know Aussie stigs will be the 458gt2
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#3
6 weeks ago, the new series were announced at ~9am on Friday on the west coast in the USA, which was an hour ago. I expect it soon!
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#4
what a pity.. The new season is fwd rubbish..
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#5
Totally.

This season it's all about modified road cars. At least the Alfa is fun, but I understand that it's not for everyone.
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#6
I would recommend it to everyone actually, it's this type of cars that really teach you about lines. Which is not to say anyone should show up unprepared for a race.
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#7
I almost ducked into an Alfa race yesterday after work but only had 30 minutes before the race started to put it around Silverstone 67 a few times. I realized by turn 2 that it would take longer than 30 minutes for me to figure out how to not kill myself or others in a race, so I went back to practicing Audi TT Cup for Jean/Sim-Force races later in the evening. Big Grin
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#8
Shout out to Juan Javier Gomez Gonzales and Jose Gomez, who just gave me one of the most enjoyable, intense, and cleanest races I've had in SRS, in the MX5s.
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(09-12-2018, 05:47 PM)Russell Sobie Wrote:  I almost ducked into an Alfa race yesterday after work but only had 30 minutes before the race started to put it around Silverstone 67 a few times. I realized by turn 2 that it would take longer than 30 minutes for me to figure out how to not kill myself or others in a race, so I went back to practicing Audi TT Cup for Jean/Sim-Force races later in the evening. Big Grin

So true! I don't trust myself in that car. Even on an empty grid, I'd probably rack up a load of incidents.
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(09-12-2018, 02:53 PM)Pierre Caillet Wrote:  I would recommend it to everyone actually, it's this type of cars that really teach you about lines. Which is not to say anyone should show up unprepared for a race.

definitely, but I meant it's probably not that appealing for many people because it's old and doesn't look as flashy as those GT3 cars ;-)
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