Manager profile: Andy Pope

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Name:Andy Pope
Country: England
Joined:Mar 10th, 2006
Last interaction: Yesterday at 21:57:30
Forum posts:264  (View posts)
GPRO Trophies: 0
Number of GPs:15 (685)
Points scored:0 (1323)
Wins:0 (56)
Podiums:0 (113)
Pole positions:0 (53)
Fastest laps:0 (39)
Avg pts/race: 0 (1.93)
Certification: The manager has passed the GPRO certification test successfully! (May 16th, 2016)

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Fast facts

First GP: Beta Season 4, Race 1
Times logged on:12932
Time spent on GPRO:2207.2 hours
Birth date: -
Place of residence:-
Relationship status:Married

Game data overview

Group:Amateur - 46
Season position:29th
Money: $-?.???.???
Driver: Perry Galica (100)
Tech D: None
Staff overall:23
Tyres: Pipirelli
Team name: CommonWealth Racing Team
Team position:250
Team points:225.0662


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Manager career of Andy Pope (Last updated: Jun 17th 2022, 10:52:04)
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Season 77 - Race 10 - Project driver acquired. Goodbye Pro. Rookie here I come as I build up from the bottom again after one to many mistakes in Pro.

Season 78 - Aim to Retain. Didn't. Bugger. Rookie it is.

Season 79 - New Driver acquired. Time to start this project over again. Rookie league champion with plenty in the bank as well. Good times

Season 80 - My good friend and teammate Jaco passed away. Aim to Retain and mission accomplished this time

Season 81 - Retained as planned. Driver evolution coming along nicely

Season 82- Building for promotion. Driver looking good.

Season 83 - Promotion secured after 9 races. Stopped buying parts after that and brought driver OA down. Ready for Pro

Season 84 - Spent a lot of money but the good news is a cheeky podium meant Pro status retained

Season 85 - Attempted promotion. Not to be only finishing 6th with 46 points. Best season in Pro though. Time to rebuild hopefully in Pro and go for promotion to Master in another season

Season 86 - Easy Retention then time to build again. Pro is tough

Season 87 - Disaster from start to finish. Gave up halfway through and started to prepare for Amateur