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Chris Pyke
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Old post #1171 posted Jun 13th 2019, 09:54:59 Quote 
Hi everyone

just had my first race which was a complete disaster. great game so far. It's time to put my arm chair f1 management skills to the test.
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Old post #1172 posted Jun 13th 2019, 10:00:54 Quote 
Quote ( Chris Pyke @ June 13th 2019,09:54:59 )

Hi everyone
All beginnings are difficult.
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Old post #1173 posted Jun 13th 2019, 10:58:24 Quote 
Quote ( Chris Pyke @ June 13th 2019,09:54:59 )

Hi everyone

just had my first race which was a complete disaster. great game so far. It's time to put my arm chair f1 management skills to the test.


Seems normal :) Fuel consumption tire wear, component wear etc. are all unknown variable for you right now.

So the more data you collect about every race you will start to see a pattern emerging and from there you will be able to better calculate those variables and execute a workable strategy.
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Old post #1174 posted Jun 13th 2019, 15:24:55 Quote 
Hi all

Need some assistance with sending my mentor a screen shot. I am finding it completely difficult to do. Any advise
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Old post #1175 posted Jun 13th 2019, 15:37:40 Quote 
Quote ( Brian Robinson @ June 13th 2019,15:24:55 )



Need some assistance with sending my mentor a screen shot. I am finding it completely difficult to do. Any advise


Have a look at this thread. It shows how to format text, use BBCodes etc.

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Old post #1176 posted Jun 13th 2019, 16:02:12 Quote 
Quote ( Brian Robinson @ June 13th 2019,15:24:55 )

Need some assistance with sending my mentor a screen shot. I am finding it completely difficult to do. Any advise
Email - attachment is the easiest.
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Old post #1177 posted Jun 13th 2019, 16:06:43 Quote 
Heyo, my name is Marco, new here. Looking forward to getting the Pole-Position :)
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Old post #1178 posted Jun 13th 2019, 16:18:02 (last edited Jun 13th 2019, 16:21:08 by Tibor Szuromi) Quote 
Quote ( Marcel De Graaf @ June 13th 2019,10:58:24 )



Seems normal :) Fuel consumption tire wear, component wear etc. are all unknown variable for you right now.



So the more data you collect about every race you will start to see a pattern emerging and from there you will be able to better calculate those variables and execute a workable strategy.
Yes.
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Chris!
I recommend GO for data collection.
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Data collection, data processing. There will be a recipe. Be clever!

This is a great game. I'm fascinated.
Quote ( Marco Alonso @ June 13th 2019,16:06:43 )

Heyo, my name is Marco, new here. Looking forward to getting the Pole-Position :)
Be patient! You're still far from it.
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Old post #1179 posted Jun 13th 2019, 17:27:11 Quote 
Quote ( Tibor Szuromi @ June 13th 2019,16:18:02 )
Quote ( Marco Alonso @ June 13th 2019,16:06:43 )

Heyo, my name is Marco, new here. Looking forward to getting the Pole-Position :) Be patient! You're still far from it.


Well, you're right - maybe. I'm patient. And with patience comes succes, so here I am, waiting ;-)
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Old post #1180 posted Jun 13th 2019, 17:40:57 Quote 
Quote ( Marco Alonso @ June 13th 2019,17:27:11 )





Well, you're right - maybe. I'm patient. And with patience comes succes, so here I am, waiting ;-)
I started playing at the end of S24. I experimented.
I know many things. I'm not propagating the word.
The attraction of the game is:
- discovery (car setup, fuel consumption, tire wear, component wear, ...)
- tactics / strategy
- watching a race; excitement.
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Old post #1181 posted Jun 13th 2019, 17:59:48 Quote 
Hi, my name is Katie and I have gone 2 days without a race...

oops, wrong forum...

Anyhow, delighted to be here and a pleasure to meet y'all,

I joined just b4 Adelaide, somehow managed to cobble some orders together and the car got home.
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Old post #1182 posted Jun 13th 2019, 18:10:36 Quote 
Welcome to Chris, Brian, Marco & Katie. Hopefully you guys stay with us as long as possible ;)
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Old post #1183 posted Jun 13th 2019, 19:07:28 Quote 
Quote ( Dominik Karda @ June 13th 2019,18:10:36 )

Welcome to Chris, Brian, Marco & Katie. Hopefully you guys stay with us as long as possible ;)
They need new faces. The old are. :(
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Old post #1184 posted Jun 13th 2019, 20:12:57 Quote 
Hi my name is Reece from England and have just joined so done no races yet and currently trying to wade through the minefield of things to learn guessing it could take a while lol
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Old post #1185 posted Jun 14th 2019, 05:40:05 Quote 
Quote ( Katie Tremlett @ June 13th 2019,17:59:48 )

Hi, my name is Katie and I have gone 2 days without a race...

oops, wrong forum...


Is this a jab at a GPROers Anonymous support group? Sadly, there isn't one, probably a good thing too.


Quote ( Reece Newell @ June 13th 2019,20:12:57 )

Hi my name is Reece from England and have just joined so done no races yet and currently trying to wade through the minefield of things to learn guessing it could take a while lol


Take it one race at a time, or you'll find yourself overwhelmed. Don't worry about not being immediately successful either; Elite champions aren't made overnight.
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Old post #1186 posted Jun 14th 2019, 13:43:59 (last edited Jun 14th 2019, 13:44:46 by Kieran Taylor) Quote 
welcome Reece & Katie from a fellow compatriot
Edit: good luck in race tonight
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