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Alex Tolmar
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Old post #31 posted Sep 9th 2014, 22:17:24 Quote 
Wow, this wet risk is awesome. :) :) :)
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Old post #32 posted Sep 9th 2014, 22:20:09 (last edited Sep 9th 2014, 22:20:24 by Paulo Coutinho) Quote 
Nice victory Tolmar
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Old post #33 posted Sep 9th 2014, 22:26:21 Quote 
Thanks Paulo. Apparently I got the strategy right and had some luck with the rain towards the end. :)
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Old post #34 posted Sep 9th 2014, 22:31:58 Quote 
Quote ( Alex Tolmar @ September 9th 2014,22:26:21 )

Thanks Paulo. Apparently I got the strategy right and had some luck with the rain towards the end. :)

Nice win. I may have been able to hold you off IF my engine didn't blow a gasket. I was pushing it anyways. Still, a good result out of a pretty crazy race.

Well done everyone. Thank you making it a very entertaining and interesting race.
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Old post #35 posted Sep 10th 2014, 19:35:53 Quote 
Nice going felows!

Great race.

Thomas... as you see i'm not opponent in the cup... great race

Alex Congrats for win.


Hey we need more people here chatting... let's go mates!

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Old post #36 posted Sep 16th 2014, 23:27:54 Quote 
Quote ( Jorge Frade @ September 10th 2014,19:35:53 )

homas... as you see i'm not opponent in the cup... great race


you don't belive me...

good luck next round!
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Old post #37 posted Sep 23rd 2014, 17:15:36 Quote 
Quote ( Jorge Frade @ September 16th 2014,23:27:54 )

good luck next round!


Thank you Jorge, but I know that I am no match for Mr. Aleksandr Egorov.

The battle for the 3 promotion spots should be an exicited one with 5 competitors seperated by a mere 7 points.

Good luck in Sakhir.
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Old post #38 posted Sep 23rd 2014, 18:51:00 Quote 
It's always nice when the top 5 are so close. Good luck everyone!

PS. I'll be pushing next season. Can't wait. :)
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Old post #39 posted Sep 23rd 2014, 20:27:01 Quote 
Quote ( Thomas Mckeown @ September 23rd 2014,17:15:36 )

Quote ( Jorge Frade @ September 16th 2014,23:27:54 )

good luck next round!

Thank you Jorge, but I know that I am no match for Mr. Aleksandr Egorov.



You made 2 very good and unexpected races... Well done!
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Old post #40 posted Sep 23rd 2014, 20:27:53 (last edited Sep 23rd 2014, 20:30:05 by Jorge Frade) Quote 
Quote ( Alex Tolmar @ September 23rd 2014,18:51:00 )

It's always nice when the top 5 are so close. Good luck everyone!

PS. I'll be pushing next season. Can't wait. :)


Yea... Who would like a boring season saving money and get promoted at same time...LOL

Excitement and doubts until last race.. that's my bet...
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Old post #41 posted Oct 6th 2014, 16:52:40 Quote 
Congrats to Adam Juhasz, Jorge Frade, and Nik Glukler on promotion to Pro.

I wish you the best success next season.
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Old post #42 posted Oct 6th 2014, 18:04:05 Quote 
Thomas Thank you.

You try to mess things in top points...hehehehehe almost with sucess... :)

I've got a feeling that next season will be your season...

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Old post #43 posted Oct 6th 2014, 18:06:25 Quote 
Quote ( Jorge Frade @ September 23rd 2014,20:27:53 )




Excitement and doubts until last race.. that's my bet...



Was I right or was I right?

Last race to decide champ....

Ama120 RULE!!!
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Old post #44 posted Oct 6th 2014, 18:58:08 Quote 
Thank you Thomas!!!
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Old post #45 posted Oct 6th 2014, 20:51:17 Quote 
Quote ( Jorge Frade @ October 6th 2014,18:04:05 )

You try to mess things in top points...hehehehehe almost with sucess... :)


Thank you Jorge, I'll take that as a compliment. I just picked some spots where i thought I could race. Almost pulled out a win once and sneaked a couple podiums here or there.

Quote ( Jorge Frade @ October 6th 2014,18:04:05 )

I've got a feeling that next season will be your season...


I don't know about that. I have a lot of work to do to be where you 3 are. I'm getting there though.

Thank you for making it an interesting and eventful season. Maybe I'll see you all again in another race.
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Old post #46 posted Oct 7th 2014, 03:59:48 (last edited Oct 7th 2014, 04:01:50 by Jorge Frade) Quote 
Quote ( Thomas Mckeown @ October 6th 2014,20:51:17 )

Quote ( Jorge Frade @ October 6th 2014,18:04:05 )

You try to mess things in top points...hehehehehe almost with sucess... :)

Thank you Jorge, I'll take that as a compliment. I just picked some spots where i thought I could race. Almost pulled out a win once and sneaked a couple podiums here or there.



I not messing with you, it's a compliement.
I can see that you chose carefully when to improve car and try to get points.
The funny part in all that is that I almost get caught in that strategy, LOL.
You came out of nowhere and knock me out in cup afterward you disapear...and came back when Ádám misses a race..LOL

I'm not complaining, our anything...It's all ok with me!
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Old post #47 posted Oct 16th 2014, 07:17:37 Quote 
Hello and good luck everyone in the new season. i hope its gonna be an exciting season 44
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Old post #48 posted Oct 16th 2014, 20:28:26 Quote 
Good luck everyone!
Who's pushing this season???
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Old post #49 posted Oct 17th 2014, 00:40:21 Quote 
im not gonna push this season i need atleast 1 more season in amateur. But i plan on pushing next season then i think my driver will be ready to take a step up.
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Old post #50 posted Oct 17th 2014, 08:30:26 Quote 
I'm ready to push. My goal is to run on pro next season.
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Old post #51 posted Oct 17th 2014, 12:53:35 Quote 
Quote ( Aurélien Baillot @ October 17th 2014,08:30:26 )

I'm ready to push. My goal is to run on pro next season.

Nice. Are you ready for fight? I do my best to win as many races as possible this season. :)
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Old post #52 posted Oct 17th 2014, 15:15:00 Quote 
Well, good luck you guys trying to move up. I am sure it will be a fight right up to the last race.

I hope this season is as interesting as last season.
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Old post #53 posted Oct 17th 2014, 19:30:10 Quote 
Good luck guys
For this season my goal is not to retreat
But I must get 2 points for that at least, and that really seems impossible to me
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Old post #54 posted Oct 17th 2014, 23:39:39 Quote 
First race is just a race to forget.
Next !!!
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Old post #55 posted Oct 17th 2014, 23:42:52 Quote 
For me it was rather pleasant. ;)
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Old post #56 posted Oct 24th 2014, 14:17:00 Quote 
i never thought i would pull out a win in the second race. I still wont advance this season because my driver isnt good enough for pro yet. But i will fight to take as many points as i can in some races though.
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Old post #57 posted Oct 24th 2014, 15:51:48 Quote 
Well done Thomas. It was a nice win! You really surprised me to be honest. :)

Good luck everyone!
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Old post #58 posted Oct 24th 2014, 22:12:43 Quote 
I thought you were not going to push Thomas... :)
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Old post #59 posted Oct 24th 2014, 22:48:05 Quote 
I wanted to use up My engine before i changed it so i thought i might aswell fight for points this race aswell. I wanted to give you guys some competition now and see how well i Did. I Didnt expect to win today. I Didnt Loose much on pushing this race also so i gave it a shot. Now im satisfied with the points now My goal is to retain lmy driver for next season so i can push that One instead. Atleast i gave you some competition in the beginning :)
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Old post #60 posted Oct 24th 2014, 22:49:52 Quote 
And thanks Alex i was as suprised as you last season i had alot of problems but managed to get a few points
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