Manager profile: Rick Queary

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Name:Rick Queary
Country: United States
Gender:Male
Joined:Jul 10th, 2011
Last interaction: Yesterday at 19:56:49
Forum posts:339  (View posts)
Statistics
GPRO Trophies: 0
Number of GPs:0 (998)
Points scored:0 (1987)
Wins:0 (63)
Podiums:0 (165)
Pole positions:0 (50)
Fastest laps:0 (72)
Avg pts/race: - (1.99)
Certification: The manager has not passed the GPRO certification test yet! Not yet
Achievements:

47% unlocked

(170/365)
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Fast facts

First GP: Season 26, Race 6
Times logged on:7393
Time spent on GPRO:14060.2 hours
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Relationship status:Married

Game data overview

Group:Amateur - 62
Season position:32nd
Money: $??.???.???
Driver: Wilson Resende Filho (106)
Tech D: None
Staff overall:26
Tyres: Pipirelli
Team name: Greenwood Racing GP
Team position:149
Team points:0

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Manager career of Rick Queary (Last updated: Oct 15th 2021, 18:11:33)
making it to Masters seems so long ago, but so far that's the highlight of my GPRO career. i'd like to repeat it and make it to Elite. it's good to have goals. i lasted in Pro for a number of seasons, but it's SO incredibly hard to make money there and BOOM, before you knew it i was back in AM. so the plan is to stay here a good while, seriously build up some finances and NOT get impatient. find the right driver, do lots of testing. and if i can time it right, promote from AM to Pro to Masters in consecutive seasons. lingering in Pro i don't think is beneficial.
i'm curious to know the % of those who have played this game compared to those who have made it to Elite (let alone those who have won the championship). i once saw a person who stayed in Master for over ten consecutive seasons - to me that may be more miraculous then someone who made it to Elite just one time.

biggest achievements for me are having never missed a race, never needing to "Holiday Mode" my account, and have been with the same grouping of teams for over 900 races (first team became a sister team to Greenwood Racing when i dusted off the green/white livery in season 39).

been a mentor to quite a few managers who also became friends. some of them went on to be with our teams.