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Old post #241 posted Jun 11th 2021, 07:33:54 Quote 
Could we have standings after the Singapore GP, please?
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Old post #242 posted Jun 11th 2021, 11:08:53 Quote 
Quote ( Richard Robin Paukson @ June 11th 2021,07:33:54 )

Could we have standings after the Singapore GP, please?


Sure, you may have it. Though I would have assumed you would prefer the original standings and not the new one :P

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Old post #243 posted Jun 11th 2021, 11:10:54 Quote 
Jordan has to be the most consistent team throughout the seasons.
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Old post #244 posted Jun 11th 2021, 11:12:32 Quote 
Quote ( Ricardo Antunes @ June 11th 2021,11:10:54 )

Jordan has to be the most consistent team throughout the seasons.


Well currently that award still goes to Haas, but that might change by the end of this season ;)
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Old post #245 posted Jun 11th 2021, 12:56:06 Quote 
Quote ( Chew Kai Wen @ June 11th 2021,11:12:32 )

Well currently that award still goes to Haas, but that might change by the end of this season ;)


Depends on what you mean by consistent.
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Old post #246 posted Jun 11th 2021, 13:18:06 Quote 
Nah we count this season, Jordan is consistently mediocre.
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Old post #247 posted Jun 11th 2021, 17:36:01 Quote 
Quote ( Richard Robin Paukson @ June 11th 2021,07:33:54 )

Could we have standings after the Singapore GP, please?

WHY? Do you really want to hurt me?
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Old post #248 posted Jun 11th 2021, 17:49:50 Quote 
United States GP: Starting Grid


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Most drivers were able to have really strong qualifying times today, as we see a shock in 2 Soft drivers being knocked out in the first stage in the form of Jean-Eric Vergne and Kimi Raikkonen. Most of the drivers start today on Options and Softs, which would make for an interesting race. It would also be interesting to see how those on Primes perform, with 5 of them having impressive starting times for their really hard tyres.
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Old post #249 posted Jun 11th 2021, 17:51:44 Quote 
NO.
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Old post #250 posted Jun 11th 2021, 17:51:45 Quote 
Well,this is not looking good,I wouldn't be suprised if I lose a driver or even both :(
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Old post #251 posted Jun 11th 2021, 18:00:24 Quote 
Remind me - in terms of closest number, I presume that it loops round over the 100 mark so e.g. 98 is closer to 25 (27 away) than 72 is (47 away)?

The conventional way would state that 72 is closer to 25 than 98, but I guess that doesn't apply here? If it does, then there's surely a mistake in the quali standings...if not, then all makes sense.
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Old post #252 posted Jun 11th 2021, 18:07:41 Quote 
Quote ( Jonathan Beagles @ June 11th 2021,18:00:24 )

Remind me - in terms of closest number, I presume that it loops round over the 100 mark so e.g. 98 is closer to 25 (27 away) than 72 is (47 away)?

The conventional way would state that 72 is closer to 25 than 98, but I guess that doesn't apply here? If it does, then there's surely a mistake in the quali standings...if not, then all makes sense.


Unfortunately yes Jon,75 is the worst number to pick here because of that loop.

I also had this confusion when my driver was out of race after qualifying some races ago :(
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Old post #253 posted Jun 11th 2021, 18:10:20 Quote 
Rats - thanks for the clarification Alihan :|
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Old post #254 posted Jun 11th 2021, 18:16:32 Quote 
United States GP: Lap 8 of 15


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Shock as both HRTs, McLaren and BMW-Sauber drivers are knocked out. Other high stakes drivers includes Mika Hakkinen, who shockingly goes out after gambling on a high stakes strategy!


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Old post #255 posted Jun 11th 2021, 18:38:18 Quote 
United States GP: Final Results


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Better late than never! Koenigsegg's Sean Geleal scores a win this race as he wins valuable points for his team! Today was a difficult race for most of the front runner to win points, and this suits Manor to the ground as Crashtor Maldonado scores a vital podium, and his teammate Max Crashtappen also managing to pick up points. Meanwhile, Shadow will be happy with their 3rd and 4th placed finishes respectively.
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Old post #256 posted Jun 11th 2021, 18:46:13 Quote 
Crashtor is back! :D
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Old post #257 posted Jun 11th 2021, 18:50:29 Quote 
That'll do very nicely
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Old post #258 posted Jun 11th 2021, 19:39:52 Quote 
lol
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Old post #259 posted Jun 11th 2021, 19:48:26 Quote 
Both drivers scoring points,how nice :)
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Old post #260 posted Jun 11th 2021, 20:21:23 Quote 
LOL

I have a 75% podium rate when I finish in the points I think.
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Old post #261 posted Jun 12th 2021, 11:21:53 Quote 
Driver's Championship


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Crashtor's podium this race puts him back into the driving seat, as he ends the day 1 point ahead of Mika. It's looking set to be a battle between both of them for the Driver's Championship. Juan and Manolo can still catch up with them, but they will need to be at their absolute best in the final 2 races.

Constructor's Championship


https://i.ibb.co/z75QyCw/Screenshot-2021-06-12-at-10-07-21-AM.png

Cooper's inability to get points this race means that Manor not only catches up with them, but also builds a sizable lead with just 2 races to go! Meanwhile, Shadow's 31 points from the last race helps him to jump from 14th to 5th, and Haas attempts to do damage limitation with their 11 points from last race helping them to move up to 8th and within striking distance of those ahead of them.

Quote ( Shannon Fuerte @ June 11th 2021,20:21:23 )

LOL

I have a 75% podium rate when I finish in the points I think.


Might interest you that Sean has managed 40 points this season, and all have come from wins. So whenever he scores, its 1st place :D

We will be stopping once again for the voting phase of S4 of OSR, stay tuned for instructions on what we will be voting on, it will be published soon.
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Old post #262 posted yesterday at 17:48:46 (last edited yesterday at 17:51:11 by Chew Kai Wen) Quote 


We take a short break as we head into the annual OSR AGM, where the voting for some of the potential new rules for the upcoming season can be seen! On this season's agenda, there are some interesting things to consider:

Managers Per Team - Due to the influx of new managers into the game, the aim of the new change is to compress the number of drivers in a race. The proposal is that instead of the current format where 2 drivers are managed by a single manager, the new format would be where 2 managers have to work together in the same team as both would control 1 driver each, hence making teamwork and cooperation even more important.

Qualifying Elimination - Should we keep the current format, the discussion would be on whether it would be good to continue to have qualifying elimination to limit the number racing in each race to 32 drivers. You may choose to abstain from this vote if you had voted to change to the new format (2 managers in each team) in the question above, however, it would be good if you can still vote here just in case the first vote doesn't go through. (NOTE: If we switch to the new format, there will not be any qualifying elimination.)

Blown Tyres - A suggestion that has always existed for a long time now, this is a vote on allowing the use of blown tyres in the game. Blown tyres would allow you to extend the tyre life for an extra lap, but at the cost of severe time loss (with softer tyres suffering more time loss than harder tyres). The proposed time loss are as follows:


OPTION - +1.1s time loss
SOFT - +1.0s time loss
MEDIUM - +1.0s time loss
HARD - +0.9s time loss
PRIME - +0.8s time loss

Note that the time loss seen here does not include base time of tyres. So for example, if you were using Softs for 6 laps, the actual time would = (0.2s x 6) + 1.0s = 2.2s

The deadline for submission of your votes would be Tuesday, 19:00 CET. The link to submit your votes is seen over here: https://forms.gle/Rnbw1foxXNdWZMRf7

You may use this thread for any discussions with other managers regarding the rule changes and what your thoughts are on different issues.


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