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Name:Brad Park
Country: Scotland
Joined:Mar 27th, 2013
Last interaction: Today at 03:55:31
Forum posts:363  (View posts)
GPRO Trophies: 0
Number of GPs:12 (460)
Points scored:17 (738)
Wins:0 (26)
Podiums:1 (62)
Pole positions:0 (42)
Fastest laps:1 (28)
Avg pts/race: 1.42 (1.6)
Certification: The manager has passed the GPRO certification test successfully! (Mar 31st, 2013)

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Fast facts

First GP: Season 35, Race 11
Times logged on:15797
Time spent on GPRO:1592.2 hours
Birth date: -
Place of residence:-
Relationship status:Married

Game data overview

Group:Pro - 23
Season position:8th
Money: $??.???.???
Driver: Radu Tutuian (155)
Tech D: Graham Nicholl (80)
Staff overall:24
Tyres: Dunnolop
Team name: Jordan F1
Team position:56
Team points:293.1999


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Manager career of Brad Park (Last updated: Jul 2nd 2018, 10:00:03)
27 March 2013 - Joined GPRO
1st Season - joined when 3 races until the end of the season. Have done a lot of reading and have passed the test. Just getting used to the game with the last 2 races to go and then a proper season awaits. Feel it will be a very tough season but an eventful one :)

S60 - Promotion to Pro for the first time!

S61 - Retained Pro for a season before relegating in S62. Gutted but everything went against me, the driver, the car, the tyre - everything!

S63 - Rejoined Kinguin hoping the team would stick together and continue it's great success over the last few seasons. This will be my first season back in Ama with a new driver and I plan to promote again in the next 3 seasons.

S65 - After Kinguin fell apart, I've come back to Jordan F1 and this is where I shall remain for the forseeable future.