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Pavel Folimonov
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Old post #2011 posted May 5th 2018, 23:01:21 Quote 
Hi everyone. That was a really good season. 9 races, 9 winners.
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Old post #2012 posted Jun 8th 2018, 03:30:29 Quote 
Hi guys, good season to everyone!!!
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Old post #2013 posted Jun 8th 2018, 05:38:24 Quote 
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Old post #2014 posted Jun 8th 2018, 13:06:30 Quote 
Have fun. Good luck for new season
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Old post #2015 posted Jun 8th 2018, 15:51:18 Quote 
Hey Daniel. Long time. How's life?

Enjoy the season folks.
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Old post #2016 posted Sep 17th 2018, 11:22:25 Quote 
the semi finals are a confrontation of hungary mens :) and one brazilian !!!
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Old post #2017 posted Sep 18th 2018, 03:48:20 Quote 
good luck daniel!!!
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Old post #2018 posted Dec 9th 2018, 17:57:39 Quote 
Hello everyone, I allow myself to come to your forum to invite you to the new national and international competition that I have just created.

Here are two short videos to explain this new competition in seven minutes:
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGuz4xOGe5w
How it works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMc7oOR7WfM
forum: http://platinumcup.forumactif.com/

do not hesitate to contact me for questions in private message or on the forum of the cup.

Thank you and good season to all.
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Old post #2019 posted Dec 11th 2018, 02:19:00 Quote 
Quote ( Guillaume Pages @ December 9th 2018,17:57:39 )

Thank you and good season to all.

Thanks!

Good luck guys!
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Old post #2020 posted Dec 15th 2018, 07:13:26 Quote 
Well... that was unexpected. Not going to complain about a podium though. But zero intention of promoting for a long time still.
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Old post #2021 posted Dec 15th 2018, 15:34:02 Quote 
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that was unexpected.

4 me 2. I'll slow down next races. I have no intention of promoting for a long time still too
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Old post #2022 posted Dec 17th 2018, 08:23:33 Quote 
So you gonna be getting a new driver? Interesting. Had you as one of the potential promoters.

I got a project driver last seasin, after waiting an age for one I liked.
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Old post #2023 posted Dec 17th 2018, 16:22:21 Quote 
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So you gonna be getting a new driver?

Yeah, My driver contract ends in 12 races. And I want to promote in a better financial condition and taking with me the driver to Pro. So I Will wait more seasons to promote.
Nowadays is Very difficult get a New driver. The other guys paying ridiculous salary.
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Old post #2024 posted Dec 18th 2018, 07:30:22 (last edited Dec 18th 2018, 07:31:10 by MG van Rensburg) Quote 
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Quote ( MG van Rensburg @ December 17th 2018,08:23:33 )

So you gonna be getting a new driver?
Yeah, My driver contract ends in 12 races. And I want to promote in a better financial condition and taking with me the driver to Pro. So I Will wait more seasons to promote.
Nowadays is Very difficult get a New driver. The other guys paying ridiculous salary.


It's why I like driver projects so much. And regardless what negative nancy brigade says, I really do think driver energy made it easier, not harder, to have driver projects.

I got mine for an absolute bargain. Want to try hold him back in amatuer for as long as possible to bulk up his untrainables as much as I can before promoting from pro.
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Old post #2025 posted Dec 18th 2018, 19:30:46 Quote 
Quote ( MG van Rensburg @ December 18th 2018,07:30:22 )

And regardless what negative nancy brigade says, I really do think driver energy made it easier, not harder, to have driver projects.

I started in gpro season 57, so i've no clue how it was. But I like the idea of driver energy. It brings some balance(almost impossible a guy use 100ct every race in amateur or rookie) and we waste less money in car parts(since we run lower risks).
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Old post #2026 posted Dec 29th 2018, 10:43:20 Quote 
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Quote ( MG van Rensburg @ December 17th 2018,08:23:33 )

So you gonna be getting a new driver?
Yeah, My driver contract ends in 12 races. And I want to promote in a better financial condition and taking with me the driver to Pro. So I Will wait more seasons to promote.
Nowadays is Very difficult get a New driver. The other guys paying ridiculous salary.


If you not careful, you going to end up promoting 🤣
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Old post #2027 posted Dec 30th 2018, 02:35:48 Quote 
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If you not careful, you going to end up promoting 🤣

hahahaha for sure
maybe is time to downgrade my car parts cause I can't put lower risks than last race
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Old post #2028 posted Dec 31st 2018, 09:38:15 Quote 
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Quote ( MG van Rensburg @ December 29th 2018,10:43:20 )

If you not careful, you going to end up promoting 🤣
hahahaha for sure
maybe is time to downgrade my car parts cause I can't put lower risks than last race


I'm starting to wonder if anybody in this group wants promotion this season tbh.
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Old post #2029 posted Feb 4th 2019, 07:35:28 (last edited Feb 4th 2019, 07:36:58 by MG van Rensburg) Quote 
Hey guys.

Just to be clear. I'm not aiming for promotion for a good long while still. I still have a alot of work to do with this driver project of mine, a good 3-4 seasons at least.

So folks, please, kindly pick up the pace :P

Thanks

edit: How those 4 wins early in the season going for you Pedro? Things are looking rather tight there for you on the ol' standings.
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Old post #2030 posted Feb 5th 2019, 01:42:12 Quote 
Hi MG

Quote ( MG van Rensburg @ February 4th 2019,07:35:28 )

edit: How those 4 wins early in the season going for you Pedro? Things are looking rather tight there for you on the ol' standings.

I'm regretting my last victorie. I hope francisco or someone else take the last promotion spot and oscar pass me in the standings.
A little adviice to everyone. I saw that situations seasons ago. Nobody wanted to promote to pro in a season. The very next season 6/7 guys tried to promote. So if U wanna promote in the easiest mode, the time is now.
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Old post #2031 posted Feb 5th 2019, 20:49:20 Quote 
Oh man. so glad I made the late decision to short fuel my 2nd stint and run 2 stops instead of 1. Dodged a bullet on this race.
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Old post #2032 posted Feb 5th 2019, 22:21:36 (last edited Feb 5th 2019, 22:21:58 by Pedro Henrique) Quote 
I think it's gonna be hard for you to don't promote, Pedro. I'm with 30 points and i'm worried, doing extra pits every race to don't get any points lol
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Old post #2033 posted Feb 8th 2019, 19:44:51 Quote 
Me too, Pedro. Let's see that race. I need a big combination of results to not promote.
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Old post #2034 posted Feb 16th 2019, 16:26:16 Quote 
Well....
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Old post #2035 posted Feb 16th 2019, 17:03:15 Quote 
Dayum... Unlucky.
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Old post #2036 posted Feb 19th 2019, 22:46:33 Quote 
hey guy's wish you all a great season and lot off fun.
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