AC F2004 League – Abu Dhabi GP

Yas Marina – 28 Laps

F2004 Abu Dhabi GP Replay (13 downloads)
# Driver TeamGridBest Time Pts
1 Thomas 01:39.174 47:43.478 25
2 coret3x Red Bull11:40.919 +39.729 18
3 Storm_Cloud Force India11:39.935 +42.763 15
4 ysag Sauber11:40.266 +58.627 12
5 Olivier Prenten Ferrari11:41.225 +1:04.083 10
6 BobbyDeacs Force India11:42.351 +1:36.380 8
7 Kost Church Red Bull21:42.716 +1 Lap 6
8 Alarisico(Al) Jordan01:42.714 +1 Lap 5
9 YuckierDragon 21:43.683 +1 Lap 4
10 Afonso Carvalho Mercedes01:44.248 DNF (+20L) 0
11 CMR_18 McLaren51:44.167 DNF (+25L) 0
  • Join “Discord” https://discordapp.com/invite/FGvrE8d and practice on server any time before start.
  • 3x practice starts at 20:30 CET (19:30 UK).
  • 15 min qualifying immediately afterwards followed by race.

Air temperature: 24 degs (+/-2 degs). Track temperature: Air +7 degs (+/-2 degs)

Downloads for this event:

AC FtF Rules App (v4.2, 379 downloads) F2004 Physics (208 downloads) “data.acd”
F2004 Skin Pack (129 downloads)  AC Yas Marina Track (v1.05r1, 37 downloads)

** Pitlane Rules:  Speeding restrictions will NOT be enforced, but please stay between the pit entries lines on the way in.

** F2004 (data.acd) has been updated to bring hard tyres into play on some tracks. All that’s been changed is optimum temperature ranges have been moved (5 degs cooler for mediums, 10 degs for hards). Wear and optimum PSI (23) are unaltered:-

  • Softs still work best 70 – 115 degs
  • Mediums 75 – 115 degs
  • Hards 80 – 115 degs 

13 thoughts on “AC F2004 League – Abu Dhabi GP

  1. Really pleased with how well everyone responded tonight – even the practice starts were “mostly” clean – so much less hectic, but we still raced competitively.

    Had great battle with ysag at start until the kerb glitch chucked me off and nearly took him/Storm Cloud with me. Sorry for holding you up BTW, I kept nailing the exit if not the entry, but clearly a big speed gap between us!

    Then had a nice run-in towards the end with Kost Church just as things seemed to be getting quiet.

    • I could not gain traction at exit of turn 7 so overtaking was impossible. I had two small contact with you and Storm Cloud luckily there were no big effects. And big congratulations to coret3x. He had good setup and strategy. Really good work.

  2. Another busy race! Notable bits:

    You’ve heard of crashing in sympathy? How about crashed in surprise? In the early laps when I caught the back of the pack, I was behind someone at the end of the main straight and they braked 100m before my braking point and in complete shock I jammed on the brakes and ended up spearing into the wall!

    A bit later on I was chasing ysag when Bobby appeared out of nowhere at 90 degrees to the track. Squeezed by, but the funny bit is that as I went past I leant to the left in my chair – I’d like to think it helped :)

    Other than that, completely normal race.

    • Sorry Storm that was me. I always brake between the 150-100 meter bord after the long straight to get a better exit for the next straight. I saw that your braking point was somewhere between 100-50 meter bord. I just can’t make it if i brake later. Trail braking is something i am learning, so sorry for the unpleasant surprise. It was not intentional. It also happend before(Mexico i think). You where behind me and all of a sudden i saw you fling bye and locking your brakes after a straight. Same situation.
      My only defense is that i am not as fast as you! :(

    • Apology not necessary – wasn’t your fault at all. You can brake wherever you like. I come through the pack enough I should be more aware of that sort of thing.

    • > the funny bit is that as I went past I leant to the left in my chair – I’d like to think it helped :)

      Ha, I often do exactly the same thing! It hasn’t failed me yet :P

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