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Nishank Manjunath
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Old post #3119 posted Jun 12th 2019, 07:43:11 Quote 
That was a very close race, with me not using boosts this time. Glad my raw pace was good enough.

Quote ( Peter Willmore @ June 11th 2019,23:39:21 )

Congrats Nishank, you are looking solid towards the end of the season :)

Thanks again mate! I'm getting used to it now :D
Midway into the season, I would have been glad to get a single win by the end of season. But here I am, winning 3 consecutive races.

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That sucks, cause it looks like you've got a good one.

A damn good one, you know. Especially last 2 races, he's given me wins, both with 15 ct while I think you and Ive were pushing more. Shame I would lose him....

In the cup, it's now me and Ive. At one point, I thought he would lose to Allan.
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Old post #3120 posted Jun 12th 2019, 08:16:35 Quote 
that's quite the qualy lap Daniel
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Old post #3121 posted Jun 12th 2019, 08:17:49 Quote 
Quote ( Peter Willmore @ June 12th 2019,08:16:35 )

that's quite the qualy lap Daniel



Not that I'm tipping my hand as to what my driver's stats look like or anything :P


He will be a good one in a few seasons if I can hold onto him that long.
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Old post #3122 posted Jun 12th 2019, 08:47:05 Quote 
well good luck holding on to him :)

If all goes to plan I am hoping to keep my existing driver for 4 more seasons, but who knows my plans might all flat on their face yet :)
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Old post #3123 posted Jun 12th 2019, 09:22:45 Quote 
Yeah, you got have a screenshot of that qualy statistics page, Daniel. You know, it won't stand long :p

Good luck both of you with your drivers.
I guess Daniel would not want to be near the front of a race if you'd want to... demotivate your driver. I'm sure, you wouldn't want to do that in pro.
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Old post #3124 posted Jun 12th 2019, 09:43:31 Quote 
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I guess Daniel would not want to be near the front of a race if you'd want to... demotivate your driver. I'm sure, you wouldn't want to do that in pro.



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Old post #3125 posted Jun 12th 2019, 11:39:46 Quote 
Quote ( Nishank Manjunath @ June 12th 2019,07:43:11 )

In the cup, it's now me and Ive. At one point, I thought he would lose to Allan.


I was hoping, not too be
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Old post #3126 posted Jun 12th 2019, 12:52:57 Quote 
Ha ha...Daniel. I know, right.
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Old post #3127 posted Jun 14th 2019, 13:52:53 (last edited Jun 14th 2019, 13:56:50 by Nishank Manjunath) Quote 
Damn you Daniel...that was hard to realize 2 days back, but I see it now. What the hell have you done to your driver?!?!

You've only been 2nd on the grid just twice this season. And now here you are, fastest of all amateur groups. Your driver really has some great love for rain. Talent I should say.
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Old post #3128 posted Jun 14th 2019, 13:59:32 Quote 
Quote ( Nishank Manjunath @ June 14th 2019,13:52:53 )

Damn you Daniel...that was hard to realize 2 days back, but I see it now. What the hell have you done to your driver?!?!

You've only been 2nd on the grid just twice this season. And now here you are, fastest of all amateur groups. Your driver really has some great love for rain. Talent I should say.



He will be good in a few seasons time if I can hold onto him that long :)



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Not that I'm tipping my hand as to what my driver's stats look like or anything :P
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Old post #3129 posted Jun 14th 2019, 14:07:14 Quote 
Great mate. Luck with that!
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Old post #3130 posted Jun 15th 2019, 04:28:13 Quote 
'Amateur top racer'...I guess every promoter would want to achieve that. Congrats on that Daniel!
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Old post #3131 posted Jun 17th 2019, 07:08:14 (last edited Jun 17th 2019, 07:09:02 by Daniel Douglas) Quote 
OBR - Ama

35. Pipirelli Nishank Manjunath Amateur - 26 + 0:10:59.379
37. Pipirelli Daniel Douglas Amateur - 26 + 0:11:06.722
41. Pipirelli Ive Naki Amateur - 26 + 0:11:32.716s



Nishank - 0
Daniel + 7.343
Ive + 33.337


After 15 races the three of us are only 33 seconds apart for total season time .... nice
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Old post #3132 posted Jun 18th 2019, 18:46:07 (last edited Jun 18th 2019, 18:47:18 by Nishank Manjunath) Quote 
With the end of last race, I concluded my campaign. Good luck to Daniel and Ive for the fight for top spot of championship.

It doesn't matter I finish 1st or 3rd overall. At this point, preparing for Pro is more important. I'm not buying a new engine, gearbox, wings,... for 2 last races and put myself into financial loss.

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OBR - Ama

35. Pipirelli Nishank Manjunath Amateur - 26 + 0:10:59.379
37. Pipirelli Daniel Douglas Amateur - 26 + 0:11:06.722
41. Pipirelli Ive Naki Amateur - 26 + 0:11:32.716s



Nishank - 0
Daniel + 7.343
Ive + 33.337


After 15 races the three of us are only 33 seconds apart for total season time .... nice

You took a big chunk of it in the last race alone. Surprising that I'm 35th fastest in AMA despite my 2 randoms and early season struggle. Anyway, I'd expect you both to overtake me.
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Old post #3133 posted Jun 18th 2019, 18:59:27 Quote 
Quote ( Nishank Manjunath @ June 18th 2019,18:46:07 )

It doesn't matter I finish 1st or 3rd overall. At this point,


Fair enough, gotta think about the big picture :)
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Old post #3134 posted Jun 21st 2019, 22:14:02 Quote 
Congrats on winning the group Ive and congrats on the promo to Daniel and Nishank
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Old post #3135 posted Jun 22nd 2019, 01:03:21 Quote 
Good racing with ya guys ... see you in pro :)


luckily ive got most my pit stops out of the way for a few seasons, so i'm good to go now.
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Old post #3136 posted Jun 22nd 2019, 15:12:53 Quote 
Congrats and thank you to all my fellow promoters, it's been a great season filled with some high level competition, random dramas and uncertainties.

Thank you guys, all of you here in this group, it's been fun being here. Hope we'll meet again, not in this same group, but in higher leagues!

All the best and good luck for next season and beyond! :-)))
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Old post #3137 posted Jun 28th 2019, 02:27:44 (last edited Jun 28th 2019, 02:28:03 by Allan Sheahen) Quote 
Good luck to everyone for the new season ahead
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Old post #3138 posted Jul 13th 2019, 13:20:57 Quote 
The group is very quite this season
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Old post #3139 posted yesterday at 13:20:00 Quote 

the talkers have been promoted to pro ;)
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Old post #3140 posted yesterday at 19:58:05 Quote 
Someone's missing me!? :p

Let's do some talk then...

So what's the status of this group? It seems Allan has taken the front by a storm of 3 consecutive wins, with Fanda keeping it in check. Then there's Vladimir and Rafael falling off slightly in recent races, yet strong enough to promote. Pedro Gines would have been a contender if he hadn't lost his driver. And then the unusual cases of Pedro Bravo and Bruno - they seem to have strong driver, but not being able to get the performance, especially Bruno with all those strong qualies?

Meanwhile for me, still pointless. Having an FT tonight, so I hope for a few points!

Happy racing, err...managing! :D

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Old post #3141 posted today at 01:02:24 Quote 
Stuffed this race up. A lap short on fuel and I even put extra in for this race.......oh well
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