AC SF70H League – Bahrain GP

Replay: SF70H Bahrain GP Replay (680 downloads)

# Driver TeamGridBest Time Pts
1 Storm_Cloud Force India01:30.040 44:28.703 25
2 Jan Frajbis Ferrari01:30.138 +5.896 18
3 Marcelinho 81:29.521 +22.304 15
4 Olivier Prenten Ferrari11:31.209 +42.051 12
5 Syntax Sauber Alfa11:31.055 +47.522 10
6 BobbyDeacs Force India11:31.755 +1:01.588 8
7 ELgurke Red Bull21:31.079 +1:15.668 6
8 Raven 41:29.383 DNF (+1L) 5
9 Monolith Red Bull11:31.076 +1 Lap 4
10 Alarisico(Al) Renault01:32.765 +1 Lap 3
11 Blessed44 Sauber Alfa8 DNF (+29L) 0
  • Join “Discord” and practice on server any time before start.
  • 3x practice starts at 20:30 CET (19:30 UK).
  • 15 min qualifying.
  • 29 lap race starting on Supersofts and with enough fuel to get to the end.

Tyres available: Supers, Softs & Mediums.

Air temperature: 25 degs (+/-2 degs). Track temperature: Air +7 degs (+/-2 degs)

Downloads for this event:

  1. Apps: ACRL DRS App (2702 downloads)  AC FtF Rules App (v4.2, 2170 downloads)
  2. Cars: SF70-H Physics (1509 downloads) “data.acd” AC F1 Safety car (1639 downloads) SF70-H Skin Pack (1382 downloads)
  3. Track: AC Bahrain Night Track and Weather (1036 downloads)

** Pitlane Rules:  Speeding restrictions will be enforced, please practice getting your speed down to 50mph/80kph before the limiter kicks in. It’s a bit tricky here, so you’ll need some practice :)

11 thoughts on “AC SF70H League – Bahrain GP

  1. Nice to have an “event” free race for me, shame the field spread so much.

    Also, apologies to Ali when he joined late – I didn’t notice him at all and like Storm Cloud said, we would have restarted if it was early on.

    Also, big shame that Mostafa couldnt challenge for a podium, which I’m sure he would have with better connectivity.

  2. Just downloaded the log file – 2 contacts in the whole race, both lagged (ie: one guy felt nothing).

    Congrats all :)

  3. Just made it back in time for half of qualifying as I was late home from work. Went for a safe “banker” lap so at least I’d be on the grid. Don’t really understand where the speed for pole came from.

    I usually start 2nd or lower so had opted for a lower downforce race set up (3 clicks off front and rear) to help in the fighting, but I managed to pull out of DRS danger and drove the first stint according to how the left front tyre was doing. Stopped 3 laps later than Jan as I had the gap to cover the undercut and then I drove like my mum on corner exit for the last half of the race so I didn’t do a silly spin and look like a dick throwing the race away.

  4. After nearly half a year not driving anything i wanted to join you guys again for a quick race. Did a few practice laps before the race to get a feeling for the car and especially for braking zones. The car felt good thanks to the setup i got from Bobby. I decided to skip Q and not intervene in the first few corners. Then i picked up a few places, which i lost due to a spin, just to pick them up again until the pitstop. I just copied the strategies of the top guys as i had no idea, what would have been ideal. Shortly after the pitstop I overtook Olivier and that was basically it. Raven in front pitted again, so i gained another place, from then on it was just driving alone. A few laps before the end i tried to geht the fastest lap, but the tires were to worn down and especially the rears gave me low confidence in last few laps to try again.
    Pace-wise i was very surprised i could match the front guys, but starting from the back and spinning out in the first stint made third place the best possible finishing position.
    The car is fun to drive and the pace was good, so i will definetly try to join a few other races this year :)

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