AC SF17T F1 Hybrid League – Singapore GP

Singapore – 31 Laps

# Driver TeamGridBest Time Pts
1 Jakkinen VGP Racing21:41.835 54:50.995 25
2 Storm_Cloud First Lap Crashers Club31:41.801 +2.385 18
3 Jan Frajbis VGP Racing21:42.025 +6.532 15
4 xNinja Mclaren21:41.573 +26.628 12
5 Marcelinho 71:40.639 +48.478 10
6 coret3x Sauber31:43.254 +49.259 8
7 BobbyDeacs Anglo-Belgian Consortium01:44.290 +1:12.894 6
8 Milan Patak Mercedes21:44.553 +1 Lap 5
9 PedroRC Anglo-Belgian Consortium51:43.362 DNF (+12L) 0
10 CMR_18 Roro Tosso41:46.392 DNF (+22L) 0
11 John Stingu Sauber0 DNF (+31L) 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
  • 31-lap race, starting on Ultrasofts and with enough fuel to get to the end of the race.

Tyres available: Ultrasofts, Supersofts, Softs.

Air temperature: 30 degs (+/-3 degs). Track temperature: Air +7 degs (+/-3 degs)

Downloads for this event:-

  1. Apps:  AC FtF Rules App (v4.2, 358 downloads)  ACRL DRS App (v1.02, 328 downloads) 
  2. Car: SF17T Physics (v1.0.1, 138 downloads) “data.acd”  AC SF15-T Skins (v2.1, 202 downloads)
  3. Track: AC Singapore Track (36 downloads)

** Pitlane Rules:  There is a lot of time to be gained cutting both the pit entry and exit lanes. This is where the stewards will be focusing their attention – If any wheel crosses the line fully, we will look at the time gain and act accordingly.       

19 thoughts on “AC SF17T F1 Hybrid League – Singapore GP

  1. Looking forward to this one despite the recent demise in my own driving. Clever/simple idea to put a big black dome around the City to block out the sun then turn some lights on to make it look like it does in real life – not sure why the Bahrain & Abu Dhabi night track modders didn’t do this.

    Make sure you have reflections set to as high a level as your GPU will take.

    • I think this is also AC physics – it still doesn’t quite allow properly for the big, fat, soft, squidgy tyres (or drivers, in my case) that F1 has. I think that’s why all the good F1 mods including ours have such low pressures – that’s why I did it anyway, to take a bit of the sting out of kerbs.

  2. Not sure to be right on time back home tomorrow (work). ?
    Will be more consistant next season as I will start from beginning.
    I hope with the SF70-H by then… ?

  3. Super race to end the season – plenty for the highlight reel!

    Thank you to the league admins and to Bobby for making the car we ran this season.

  4. Tough race yesterday. Fastest lap in qualy out of nowhere. Our aim was to get Jakki to 3rd overall and let him win.

    I had some problem in setup, i knot know what it was, but in beginning of the stint, 4-5 laps I was very fast but in the end i slided like on ice. And that exactly happened in last stint 4 laps to go. I came for pit TOOOOO early to catch Pedro, but I thought it is possible to go on SS compound – big fail.

    Few touches with ninja in the end – im not happy of it, some of them were my fault, i apologise for that :-(

    • It’s been a great season for you, maybe too easy, but glad to see the tyres managed to catch you out for once. A change of car is needed at least for the rest of this year.

    • Aagh – and you were back to the pace I know you have always had as well – ie: one of the fastest.

      I will let you know if the server situation changes, but of course it’s no fun carrying on like this :)

  5. Well, for the one race i actually did some good practice / setup for I did probably my worst race of the season :( all started with me practicing on the wrong track (facepalm) so my lap times were alot better than when i got onto the version we used. This alsomade my setup crap and I couldnt drive it. so i crashed some times and got so many cuts that I decided to leave and not get frustrated (more)

  6. Although i really dislike the track, i wanted to race in the last race of this season. It was fun to drive nearly every race that i participated in, even though i had kind of a Plug&Play approach, because i have other priorities atm. Thanks to all of you for a great season and i hope to see you all on track again soon.
    Would love to race the SF70H or the F2004 :)

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