Προφίλ μάνατζερ: Bevan Laracy

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Williams FW14b - 1992
Όνομα:Bevan Laracy
Χώρα: Νέα Ζηλανδία
Γένος:Άνδρας
Έγινε μέλος:20 Μαρ, 2012
Τελευταία αλληλεπίδραση: 6 Σεπ 2018, 12:42:24
Αναρτήσεις στο φόρουμ:48  (Προβολή αναρτήσεων)
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Αριθμός αγώνων:0 (446)
Πόντοι:0 (1263)
Νίκες:0 (59)
Βάθρα:0 (115)
Pοle positions:0 (86)
Ταχύτεροι γύροι:0 (66)
Μ.Ο. πόντων/αγώνα: - (2.83)
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Πρώτο GP: Σεζόν 30, Αγώνας 2
Αριθμός συνδέσεων:3421
Χρόνος που έχει περάσει στο GPRO:949.4 ώρες
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Γκρουπ:Retired
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Χρήματα: $?
Οδηγός: Κανένα
Τεχ. Δ.: Κανένα
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Καριέρα του Bevan Laracy μάνατζερ (Τελευταία ενημέρωση: 9 Αυγ 2015, 00:44:17)
Started Race 2 Season 30, hired driver after 3 races, was a good move as got my 1st points with a 6th in race 5, 5th in race 6, 2nd in race 8 and another podium in race 9. The rest of the season was rather average, few points finishes but didnt manage my $ well and did races 14, 15, 16 with parts 99% worn. Season 30 I joined Mr.Shadow fanclub. I was hesitant before joining as I wanted to start or join a kiwi (New Zealand) team but since joining I have not looked back. The team taught me how to find the perfect setup, and really helped me manage my cars wear and with fuel loads. If you are new to this I highly recommend you join a team as it would have taken me many seasons to get my parts management, fuel loads and tire wear sorted.

Season 31 (My 2nd season) Slow start, car probs in 1st 2 races and started 3rd race with wet tires on dry track, 4th race was Indy oval which is a killer and I should have upgraded engine but didnt want to use 3 engines in 3 races so I didnt and was stoked to come away with a point, then after a slow start I got a win in Canada, struggled with car prob in next race in adelaide and my 2 stopper turning into a 3, but followed that up with 2 wins in a row. Would have got 3rd win in a row but car prob dropped me back to 4th. Followed that up with another win in Race 10. Car problem dropped me from 3rd to 5th in race 11. underfueling forced extra pitstop dropping me from 2nd to 5th in race 12.

Season 32, 1st taste of Amateur, my driver was well off the pace, and it would be my selection of drivers that would ultimately get me relegated, I wasted a lot of $ testing and realised my driver would never get where he needed to be so hired a new 1 and I scored some points, was looking good to retain but 5 drivers on little or no points dominated the point places in the last race and I was pushed out

Season 33 Lucked out on drivers, made a lot of offers, wasted a lot of money so decided to get a cheap driver and train him for the rest of season, and atleast the following season before promoting.

Season 34, another season of training, driver showing some real pace considering such low CT being used, 8 wins and 2 2nds, and comfortably at the top of the standings. Really lookin forward to season 35 when testing is not a priority!!

Season 35 Had high hopes of promoting with plenty of cash, but made a fatal mistake, I did not renew my drivers contract as soon as the season began and after taking 2nd in his 1st race his stats went up and I could not renew him. He won the next races in a row with 0CT and in his last race for me he came in 2nd, then I was back to square 1 lookin for another driver to train up....

Season 36 Another season of testing, and training. While financially, testing is the priority, I do hope to be able to maintain my car for most races and win my group even though I will not be promoting!!

Season 37 Another season of driver training

Season 38 Promotion season, try to save some $ at the same time. 3 wins, 10 podiums, promotion secured with 94 points

Season 39 Made amateur again, back to testing and training for about 12 races then get in the points which I managed to get 8 of

Season 40 More testing n training and prepare for promotion in season 41, was meant to save some $ too but that didn't seem to work out too well!

Season 41 Promotion season, 3 wins, 7 podiums, 71 points. Off to pro for the 1st time

Season 42 First pro season, was tough, more training to improve driver over 1st 2/3 of season then pushed for points, got 7 but it wasn't enough to retain and back to amateur I went :( With all the training I'd put in this driver, it was very disappointing.

Season 43 back to amateur, with very little $! Hired good driver, but he was expensive, won the 1st race but his salary was too much and couldn't manage the $ to a position of moving forward and decided to start from scratch in rookie again.

Season 44 Find new driver, begin training

Season 45 More training, plan was not to score more than 50 points but I managed to win the last race of season even with 7 planned pit stops putting me up to 56 points, which cost me a little bit in the new season

Season 46 Promotion season, want to win the cup, and win the group. Achieved this with 7 wins, 13 podiums and 14 poles, 121 points and I missed a race :(

Season 47 Back in amateur, plan to train train train, made the podium before I was even trying for points so this must be a good sign! Cruised rest of season out saving $ which was a novelty for 1st season in amateur!

Season 48 saving $ and more training, decided against promotion this season, even though it seems to be well within grasp, but an extra season to train for pro will be most beneficial