RESULT LANGE RINGNACHT GRAND PRIX 2019

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David Breedveld
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RESULT LANGE RINGNACHT GRAND PRIX 2019

Post by David Breedveld » 29 Dec 2019, 03:50

Track: Nurburg Sun Dec 29 03:46:13 2019

PRACTICE TIMES

Pos No Driver Team Nat Time Diff Laps
1 14 Carsten Theile Brabham GER 7m58.577s 1
2 9 Robert Fleurke Brabham HOL 8m00.765s 02.188s 1
3 16 Kelvin Mace Lotus USA 8m02.206s 03.629s 1
4 18 Lasse Oetinger Honda GER 8m07.060s 08.483s 1
5 19 Claudio Callipo Cooper ITA 8m14.105s 15.528s 1
6 8 Radek Petera Ferrari GBR 8m17.717s 19.140s 1
7 13 Tim Roedl Lotus AUT 8m25.626s 27.049s 1
8 11 Pelle Buchner Eagle DEN 8m28.691s 30.114s 1
9 12 Radek Petera Eagle GBR No time No time 0
10 6 Pedro Berg_vd Brabham HOL No time No time 0
11 20 Joerg Neufeld SC Ferrari GER No time No time 0
12 15 David Breedveld Eagle HOL No time No time 0
13 7 Iestyn Davies Lotus GBR No time No time 0
14 17 Fabian Casula Cooper SUI No time No time 0
15 4 EOLC1 Eagle USA No time No time 0

All times are official
Generated with GPL Replay Analyser


Track: Nurburg Sun Dec 29 03:46:13 2019

RACE RESULTS (After 15 laps)

Pos No Driver Team Nat Laps Race Time Diff
1 14 Carsten Theile Brabham GER 15 120m39.510s
2 9 Robert Fleurke Brabham HOL 15 120m45.502s 05.992s
3 16 Kelvin Mace Lotus USA 15 121m27.242s 47.732s
4 18 Lasse Oetinger Honda GER 15 122m47.631s 2m08.121s
5 20 Joerg Neufeld SC Ferrari GER 15 125m15.701s 4m36.191s
6 19 Claudio Callipo Cooper ITA 12 99m53.618s 3 lap(s)
7 7 Iestyn Davies Lotus GBR 8 67m23.136s 7 lap(s)
8 6 Pedro Berg_vd Brabham HOL 6 50m56.394s 9 lap(s)
9 17 Fabian Casula Cooper SUI 5 56m22.703s 10 lap(s)
10 13 Tim Roedl Lotus AUT 3 24m50.290s 12 lap(s)
11 8 Radek Petera Ferrari GBR 2 16m37.338s 13 lap(s)
12 11 Pelle Buchner Eagle DEN 2 16m37.672s 13 lap(s)
13 15 David Breedveld Eagle HOL 0 0m00.000s 15 lap(s)
14 12 Radek Petera Eagle GBR 0 DidNotStart 15 lap(s)
15 4 EOLC1 Eagle USA 0 DidNotStart 15 lap(s)


Race results are unofficial
(Replay might have been saved before end of race)

RACE FASTEST LAPS

Pos Driver Time Lap
1 Robert Fleurke 7m57.383s 14
2 Carsten Theile 7m57.539s 14
3 Kelvin Mace 8m02.776s 10
4 Lasse Oetinger 8m04.576s 12
5 Pelle Buchner 8m08.179s 2
6 Radek Petera 8m10.068s 2
7 Tim Roedl 8m12.369s 2
8 Claudio Callipo 8m13.216s 7
9 Joerg Neufeld SC 8m13.957s 10
10 Iestyn Davies 8m19.052s 6
11 Pedro Berg_vd 8m19.969s 4
12 Fabian Casula 8m43.685s 2
13 David Breedveld No time
14 Radek Petera No time
15 EOLC1 No time


LEADERS

Driver Laps
Carsten Theile 1-15

Number of lead changes: 0
Number of leaders: 1


LAPS LED

Driver Laps led
Carsten Theile 15


HIGHEST CLIMBER

Driver Start Finish Change
Joerg Neufeld SC 11 5 6
Iestyn Davies 13 7 6
Fabian Casula 14 9 5
Pedro Berg_vd 10 8 2
Lasse Oetinger 4 4 0
Robert Fleurke 2 2 0
EOLC1 15 15 0
Kelvin Mace 3 3 0
Carsten Theile 1 1 0
Claudio Callipo 5 6 -1
David Breedveld 12 13 -1
Tim Roedl 7 10 -3
Pelle Buchner 8 12 -4
Radek Petera 9 14 -5
Radek Petera 6 11 -5


ON TRACK LAPS

Driver Laps/Total Percent
Tim Roedl (0/3) 0.00
Kelvin Mace (0/15) 0.00
Lasse Oetinger (0/15) 0.00
Claudio Callipo (0/12) 0.00
Carsten Theile (0/15) 0.00
Robert Fleurke (0/15) 0.00
Joerg Neufeld SC (0/15) 0.00
Pelle Buchner (0/2) 0.00
Pedro Berg_vd (0/6) 0.00
Radek Petera (0/2) 0.00
Iestyn Davies (0/8) 0.00
Fabian Casula (0/5) 0.00


RACE LAPTIME CONSISTENCY
(first lap excluded)

Driver Avg Deviation Std Deviation Avg Laptime Laps
Radek Petera 0.000 0.000 8m10.068s 2
Pelle Buchner 0.000 0.000 8m08.179s 2
Tim Roedl 0.540 0.540 8m12.909s 3
Kelvin Mace 1.002 1.349 8m04.995s 15
Lasse Oetinger 2.676 3.406 8m10.380s 15
Carsten Theile 2.793 3.157 8m01.832s 15
Robert Fleurke 3.217 3.720 8m01.959s 15
Iestyn Davies 3.452 3.761 8m23.800s 8
Joerg Neufeld SC 3.731 4.579 8m19.410s 15
Pedro Berg_vd 3.916 4.552 8m26.378s 6
Claudio Callipo 3.956 5.272 8m18.350s 12
Fabian Casula 240.688 24.925 11m43.262s 5


All times are unofficial
(Replay might have been saved before end of race)

Generated with GPL Replay Analyser

Grats Carsten and all other finishers

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Re: RESULT LANGE RINGNACHT GRAND PRIX 2019

Post by Robert Fleurke » 29 Dec 2019, 13:51

I didn't have much hopes for this race, so went in with an open mind without any expectations. Was in pain, tensed up and quite broken. Still I knew with this GP, everyone would be more sensible, aiming for a finish at Pro damage. ;)

In quali put in a safe lap, good enough for the front row. Start was OK, but Kelvin blasted by in the Lotus. I didn't mind that too much, expecting him to have more pace anyway. Then I started to relax more and the pain went away (adrenaline?). It looked like Carsten was pacing himself in the lead, as both Kelvin and I stayed relatively close first laps. At points I could close up to Kelvin, but he always outaccelerated me in the mighty Lotus, so a clean pass would never happen in my mind.

Then at some point I had a 360 spin at Adenauer Forst, was very lucky not to hit anything. Lost about 5-6s. That was just what I did need, from then on I started to drive better, and put in a fast lap, gaining a lot on Kelvin, and Carsten, who was about 12s up the road. Closed up with Kelvin again, and he started to struggle a bit, it looked like. Sadly for Kelvin he made a mistake, allowing me to go by. I did need him to make that mistake, otherwise I don't think I could have gone by...Kelvin admitted I pushed him into a mistake, yet I tried not to intimidate or press too much. I would never forgive myself taking him out on this event. I know how passionate Kelvin is, and he's an example and rolemodel for myself, with his racing spirit and mentality.

My last 6 laps were all sub8, but still with a lot of little mistakes, and some offs. It's sometimes hard to find that fine balance of pushing hard, but not making mistakes. Carsten had about the same pace, so the gap stayed also around 6s in the end. In my last lap was on a 7m55 ish lap but had an off and almost wrecked on two occasions. Was very lucky there, could have thrown away a finish there, and probably would have been very angry with myself taking so much risks.

In the end I was very happy and grateful for a P2 finish, not too far off Carsten, and with fast lap :)


Once again Carsten showed what it takes to be a Ringmeister, many congrats! :champagner: :king:
You are the complete package, without any weak points. Fast, consistent and clean. Unflappable, incredible mind power. Thank you for setting the example. This only motivates me more, and strengthens my will to improve more on each and every aspect of GPL online racing.

Also congrats to Kelvin for a fine podium finish. As I said before I do also learn a lot from you (as I try to learn from everyone). You did deserve a bit of good luck after your mistake. I was very happy to see you could continue! :cool:

Then Lasse in the Honda, the most unreliable car. To finish a GP in a Honda is an achievement in itself, and I admire your ability to race close and safe, with true grit. Your incredible car control and never saying die attitude. Again, I also learn a lot from you! :daumenrauf:

Jörg was the last of finishers, struggling with hardware problems all through the night. But sticking with it, and never giving up. Apart from that you are a gentleman on the track, and supersolid. Another rolemodel and example. :)

Claudio came up 3 laps short to finish the race. Heartbreak for you and all the other DNFs. Commisserations, but thanks all for racing! :daumenrauf:

Finally a major thank you to David for the excellent organization and dedication. As said before, without guys like you the GPL community is nothing. Great job! :prost:

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Re: RESULT LANGE RINGNACHT GRAND PRIX 2019

Post by Pedro » 29 Dec 2019, 19:28

Robert Fleurke wrote:
29 Dec 2019, 13:51
All he says :king:



Congratulations to the podium and all finishers!
Incredible driving skills you all have :pokal:

My race lasted only 6 laps.
Breaked a bit to late and was not concentrated enough to avoid a fence.
Lost a wheel and that's that.

Thanks a lot David :daumenrauf: :prost:
I have great respect for you.
Driving, hosting organising and dealing with unwilling windows 10 and forum. :hail:

And thank you all very much for participation in this fine tradition made by EOLC.

Looking forward to next year, hope to meet you again.
Greetings Pedro.

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Re: RESULT LANGE RINGNACHT GRAND PRIX 2019

Post by David Breedveld » 30 Dec 2019, 16:27

Hi all,

I enjoy your posts in the forum. This makes it even more rewarding to organize the Ringnacht :)

You can download the replays of this event here.

Sprint races:
http://race.eolc.de/replays/604rplyA.7z

Grand Prix:
http://race.eolc.de/replays/604rplyArin ... andprix.7z

Visit http://race.eolc.de for the other available replays.

Best regards,
David

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