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Wayne Laundon
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Old post #781 posted Dec 17th 2019, 18:22:42 Quote 
if you and James go head to head it will be a good race, Im not quite fast enough on race days to keep up with ya'll lol
Eryk Madera
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Old post #782 posted Dec 17th 2019, 18:37:52 Quote 
Im not sure if this is gona be head to head, but I will try to win this race, and you Wayne train your driver, we will race next season :)
Adam Wasiak
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Old post #783 posted Dec 17th 2019, 18:55:21 Quote 
Next season I will be watching your fight for promotion from the back of the comfortable seat :)
Adam Wasiak
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Old post #784 posted Dec 17th 2019, 22:22:49 Quote 
Polish Podium! Wow! :)

Wayne Laundon
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Old post #785 posted Dec 18th 2019, 08:40:43 Quote 
Well done guys, I was nowhere in that race and lucky to get 5th. I need to remember what stats to look for in a driver :D
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Old post #786 posted Dec 23rd 2019, 00:01:35 Quote 
As the next game isnt until Dec 26th (its called Boxing day over here) I want to wish you all a Merry Christmas, I hope santa brings you everything on Amazon :D

Take care all,
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Old post #787 posted Dec 23rd 2019, 00:21:36 Quote 
Thanks for the wishes,
I also wish you and your families all the best for Christmas and the New Year.
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Old post #788 posted Dec 27th 2019, 14:02:03 Quote 
2 races 5 points to get, I think I can manage ... good luck and all the best for the New Year.
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Old post #789 posted Dec 27th 2019, 19:53:11 Quote 
Good luck Adam and everyone, New driver so im not optimistic :)
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Old post #790 posted Dec 28th 2019, 22:06:25 Quote 
Quote ( Wayne Laundon @ December 27th 2019,19:53:11 )

Good luck Adam and everyone, New driver so im not optimistic :)


You better prepare for Amateur cause You will get promotion ;P


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Old post #791 posted Dec 30th 2019, 08:27:57 Quote 
not what I was planning on AT ALL ... good luck in last race all!
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Old post #792 posted Dec 30th 2019, 10:27:06 Quote 
If you get into debt before the last race to - 15 million, you certainly won't get promoted. Unless you want it yourself. Looking at the top player accounts, everyone wants to stay here next season, which means that even from the 7th place in the table you can be promoted higher. If you want to stay and do not know how to get into debt, I suggest, submit and withdraw proposals of contracts for drivers. Each proposal costs 500,000. The decision is yours. Good luck.
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Old post #793 posted Dec 30th 2019, 11:29:39 Quote 
You dont need -15 mil, even -1$ is good. Most of managers makes -15mil cause driver motivation drops to 0
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Old post #794 posted Dec 30th 2019, 13:30:19 Quote 
Eric is right, my advice relates to the situation when you want to reduce the motivation of the driver to be able to extend the contract with him.
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Old post #795 posted Jan 3rd 2020, 22:11:37 Quote 
Well damn it ... despite me trying not to It looks like I'll get promoted :( good luck next season all
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Old post #796 posted Jan 5th 2020, 20:39:23 Quote 
Good luck to everyone in the upcoming season, this time as an observer, many wins :)

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Old post #797 posted Jan 31st 2020, 02:01:23 Quote 
To the one negociating with Any-SMS.
I already have maxed out progress and I can activate it any time.
You're wasting your time negociating with that one since I can put it on my car whenever I want to, so you might aswell stop right now or lose precious time :)
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Old post #798 posted Jan 31st 2020, 16:42:15 Quote 
This remark is out of place. If you have the opportunity, sign a contract with this sponsor, and if not, do not disturb others to negotiate with him. Somehow an experienced player should "set an example" for new inexperienced players. This attention was very rude. I regret that I do not negotiate with this sponsor because I would "rub your nose" :)
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Old post #799 posted Jan 31st 2020, 23:09:03 (last edited Jan 31st 2020, 23:12:00 by Mehdi El Fathy) Quote 
That may have been written with a bad tone which was totally not intended, so my bad for that.

I'm just giving an advice as this sponsor is already at 100% and is just literally one click away of being signed.
I'm just trying to warn that person because it's a total waste of time for him/her to pursue negociating with that sponsor as he/she would lose a huge amount of progress, for nothing.

It would be very bad for that person to have 8 races of current negociations (+ approx 12 more races at the current nego rate, less at the max Rookie rate) to be lost when you could follow sponsors with none else going for them.

Just trying to pinpoint that person not to do a common mistake and "repair" it while it doesn't hurt that much ;)

I obviously didn't mean to be harsh on the 1st post. Should have worded it differently
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Old post #800 posted Feb 10th 2020, 21:55:22 Quote 
Hi
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Old post #801 posted Feb 10th 2020, 23:34:12 Quote 
Hi good luck
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Old post #802 posted Feb 11th 2020, 15:54:32 Quote 
Thanks
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Old post #803 posted Feb 14th 2020, 05:59:13 Quote 
Hi Everyone,
I hope you enjoy racing together.

@Eryk Madera (R1) how do you make always 3 second better laps ? 0_o
looks like there is some good experience background in place :D

wish everyone good luck on the race tonight and have a good weekend.
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Old post #804 posted Feb 14th 2020, 09:35:23 Quote 
Quote ( Marcin Sadolewski @ February 14th 2020,05:59:13 )

Hi Everyone,
I hope you enjoy racing together.

@Eryk Madera (R1) how do you make always 3 second better laps ? 0_o
looks like there is some good experience background in place :D

wish everyone good luck on the race tonight and have a good weekend.


Eric is the best because ... he has the best driver and he sets the car best for a given race, that's his secret. Experience in the game is the basis for both the driver and the player himself :)

Marcin, I have a very nosy question: P You have a very Polish surname, and the flag next to the surname is from Switzerland ...
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Old post #805 posted Feb 14th 2020, 11:29:52 (last edited Feb 14th 2020, 11:33:04 by Marcin Sadolewski) Quote 
czesc Adam
that explained a lot about Eryk performance.
It is not nosy question, I am living in Switzerland.
my family roots originaly from Poland :)
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Old post #806 posted yesterday at 00:15:54 Quote 
Then I invite you to visit and explore the country of ancestors :)
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