AC F310 League – Japanese GP

Replay: F310 Japanese GP Replay (395 downloads)

# Driver TeamGridBest Time Pts
1 Monolith FtF Williams11:39.859 46:22.887 25
2 coret3x FtF Ford31:40.548 +7.038 18
3 ELgurke FtF Williams11:39.822 +14.305 15
4 BobbyDeacs FtF Force India21:41.232 +22.238 12
5 Alarisico(Al) FtF Lotus21:41.303 +1:21.883 10
6 Albano Pensionisti FtF Lotus21:44.855 +1 Lap 8
7 Storm_Cloud FtF Force India61:39.361 DNF (+7L) 0
8 Jan Frajbis FtF Benetton51:55.814 DNF (+26L) 0

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  • 3x practice starts.
  • 15 min qualifying.
  • 27 lap race with enough fuel to get to the end.

Air temperature: 23 degs (+/-2 degs). Track temperature: Air +7 degs (+/-2 degs)

Downloads for this event:

  1. Apps: AC FtF Rules App (v4.2, 1715 downloads) FtF Safety Car App (287 downloads) 
  2. Cars: F310 Physics (145 downloads) “data.acd” F310 Skins (343 downloads)
  3. Track:  AC Suzuka Track (228 downloads)

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9 thoughts on “AC F310 League – Japanese GP

  1. Whoopsie – apologies for the bum love at the final chicane there Monolith – I was far too close and I was braking like a demon after the pitstops and messed it up.

    Disqualified myself – that was rubbish. Very sorry.

    • It’s okay. It was a tough and fun fight again. With a bit more contact than anybody would wish for. My car was pretty totaled after that, had the engine damage on yellow and both wings on orange. When I saw that you disconnected I just took it slow from there. I honestly wish we could have battled it out until the end. The win has a bit of a foul taste to it this way.
      I felt like I was faster than you in the first stint, but you had the upper hand again when the fresh tyres came on. So we always had the slower car in front. So I guess, on a track where it’s so hard to overtake, with only a small pace difference and both drivers really going for it, unfortunatly the chances of contact increases.

      About the first contact…
      I tried to leave you room on our first crash going into the Degner curve. But it’s just not really possible to go side by side there. I was so happy I could finally find a gap in the left-hander uphill before that. And since I was a bit ahead of you I wasn’t going to just completely back out of it. Usually I take a whole lot of curb on the inside there, in that situation I tried to leave room, I watched it in the replay it was like maybe a meter to the kerb, so I guess there just wasn’t any space for you. But it’s just so difficult to leave space there as you can’t really drive an outside line in that corner.

      Looking forward to race you again in Jerez (I believe the next one is Jerez)
      This is developing into a really exciting battle each and every race.

    • I couldn’t bring myself to carry on – it was massive cockup because the car was coming to me in the second half of the race, in opposite to the first. I should have been better, a bit more patient because I had the momentum. You’d have felt a whole lot worse if I’d carried on and won. Your win then would’ve been in the stewards room. You deserved it because you put me right under the kosh in the first half of the race and were smart to pit straight away.

      For the first contact, I could see we were clear of the field so we could afford a bit of mucking about. The aim was to slow you up in that corner and Degner 2 then jump in the pit. If I’d given up at Degner 1 I would have been 3 seconds behind by the line and then the undercut wouldn’t work. It risked a bit of contact, but you had the edge going into the corner so it was right for me to wait and carry on still the top 2.

      I made a late change to the setup, which made the first half of the race complete rubbish, but the 2nd half I made a cockup and still caught you for 4 seconds – so it seems the advantage had switched around. I should have been more patient instead of “Vettel-ing” and trying to do everything straight away. But a self imposed DSQ felt the right thing to do.

  2. My race reflective of too little time available (and too much distraction) moving house. Balance was about right on empty tank and hence my best lap was the last one which is obviously wrong – 2 more notches of front wing would have been perfect.

    Drove like an idiot at the start then settled in to annoy Elgurke for a fair while with lots of understeery blocking – great battle with him before the inevitable saw him get past – twice. After that, not enough mates left to fight with, so settled in for a nice comfy ride.

    BTW Jan – you’re right, it is a sh** car, but according to Eddie Irvine it just means that ASR got it about right. It’s the toughest challenge we’ve had, the big shame is that it seems to affect framerate too much.

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