Cap'n: Marcelo Tavares

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Cap'n's name:Marcelo Tavares
Homeport: Brazil
Lad o' lassie:Lad
Went on account:May 10, 2020
Last carousin': The day just pass'd at 05:16:53
Jabb'r postin's:19  (See postin's)
Numb'rs 'n lies
GPRO Chalices: 0
Numb'r o' races:2 (121)
Tot'l prizes:0 (267)
Victors:0 (4)
Plinths:0 (28)
Afore places:0 (0)
Quick'st loops:0 (2)
Avg prz/race: 0 (2.21)
Sea legs: Lubber Nay be done
Thin's tha' be done:

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First BR: Voyage 76, Race 1
Times embark'd:908
Time in th' cap'n's chair:442.6 hours
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Date o' birth: -
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Livin' place when nay at sea:-
Be they shackl'd:Lonesome

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Armada:Pro - 16
Voyage coordinates:26
Booty: $??.???.???
Helmsman: Teo Apicella (123)
Bosun: Antonio Tombazis (88)
Crew o'erall:5
Oars: Dunnolop
Squadron be call'd: -
Sail ho! Team position:0
Armada scores:

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Cap'n record o' Marcelo Tavares (Las' updat'd: May 8 2021, 04:28:22)
___CAREER

GPs: 99 | Points: 264 | Podiums: 28 | In the points: 44


___BEST RESULTS

1st: 4 | 2nd: 17 | 3rd: 7 | 4th: 5 | 5th: 2 | 6th: 0 | 7th: 3 | 8th: 4

Pole positions: 0
Best laps: 2


___SEASON 76 | R-162

Race#01 (Nurburgring, Germany, race 1)
Grid: 2 | Final: 2
Championship: 8 points
*First race, first podium, first time in the points

Race#02 (Hungaroring, Hungary, race 2)
Grid: 5 | Final: 2
Championship: 16 points
*First best lap

Race#03 (Ahvenisto, Finland, race 3)
Grid: 2 | Final: 2
Championship: 24 points

Race#04 (Monte Carlo, Monaco, race 4)
Grid: 7 | Final: 2
Championship: 32 points

Race#05 (Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, race 5)
Grid: 4 | Final: 4
Championship: 37 points

Race#06 (Poznan, Poland, race 6)
Grid: 2 | Final: 2
Championship: 45 points

Race#07 (Istanbul, Turkey, race 7)
Grid: 2 | Final: 2
Championship: 53 points

Race#08 (Baku, Azerbaijan, race 8)
Grid: 3 | Final: 3
Championship: 59 points

Race#09 (Yeongam, South Korea, race 9)
Grid: 4 | Final: 4
Championship: 64 points

Race#10 (Montreal, Canada, race 10)
Grid: 2 | Final: 2
Championship: 72 points

Race#11 (Rafaela Oval, Argentina, race 11)
Grid: 2 | Final: 4
Championship: 77 points

Race#12 (Austin, USA, race 12)
Grid: 2 | Final: 2
Championship: 85 points

Race#13 (Paul Ricard, France, race 13)
Grid: 4 | Final: 2
Championship: 93 points

Race#14 (Bremgarten, Switzerland, race 14)
Grid: 3 | Final: 2
Championship: 101 points

Race#15 (A1-Ring, Austria, race 15)
Grid: 3 | Final: 3
Championship: 107 points

Race#16 (Singapore, Singapore, race 16)
Grid: 2 | Final: 2
Championship: 115 points

Race#17 (Kyalami, South Africa, race 17)
Grid: 2 | Final: 4
Championship: 120 points

SEASON 76 RESUME: My debut season at GPro. Everything I learned about the game, I put into practice throughout the season, which was completely dominated by Romain Lebreton. After all, he started from pole position and won every race. A perfect season. As for me, I managed to finish 11 times in second place and got 13 podiums. I led 75 laps throughout the season and had good matches against two Poles: Bartek Piotr and Wojciech Bochenek. Both are great players. At the end of the season, I scored 120 points and I was promoted to the Amateur level. In addition, I reached the final of the Cup, being defeated by Lebreton. Not bad for a debut.

Races: 17 | Points: 120
Wins: – | Podiums: 13 | In the points: 17
Championship: 2nd

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___SEASON 77 | A-60

Race#18 (Silverstone, England, race 1)
Grid: 19 | Final: 22
Championship: 0 points
*First race in Amateur level

Race#19 (Magny-Cours, France, race 2)
Grid: 16 | Final: 11
Championship: 0 points

Race#20 (Grobnik, Croatia, race 3)
Grid: 21 | Final: 17
Championship: 0 points

Race#21 (Brno, Czech Republic, race 4)
Grid: 15 | Final: 8
Championship: 1 point
*First point in amateur level

Race#22 (Hungaroring, Hungary, race 5)
Grid: 11 | Final: 13
Championship: 1 point

Race#23 (Jyllands-Ringen, Denmark, race 6)
Grid: 18 | Final: 23
Championship: 1 point

Race#24 (New Dheli, India, race 7)
Grid: 14 | Final: 22
Championship: 1 point

Race#25 (Shangai, China, race 8)
Grid: 18 | Final: 9
Championship: 1 point

Race#26 (Yas Marina, United Arab Emirates, race 9)
Grid: 19 | Final: 19
Championship: 1 point

Race#27 (Sepang, Malaysia, race 10)
Grid: 20 | Final: 26
Championship: 1 point

Race#28 (Indianapolis, USA, race 11)
Grid: 17 | Final: 7
Championship: 3 points

Race#29 (Brasilia, Brazil, race 12)
Grid: 23 | Final: 25
Championship: 3 points

Race#30 (Spa Francorchamps, Belgium, race 13)
Grid: 13 | Final: 13
Championship: 3 points

Race#31 (Portimao, Portugal, race 14)
Grid: 20 | Final: 18
Championship: 3 points

Race#32 (Monza, Italia, race 15)
Grid: 8 | Final: 2
Championship: 11 points
*First podium in amateur level

Race#33 (Buenos Aires, Argentina, race 16)
Grid: 12 | Final: 8
Championship: 12 points

Race#34 (Adelaide, Australia, race 17)
Grid: 18 | Final: 8
Championship: 13 points

SEASON 77 RESUME: My second season at GPro, first at the Amateur level. Without great pretensions, my goal was just to stay in the group, gain experience, save money and strengthen the car. To facilitate this goal, I hired a new driver: Samuele Zorzi. And he didn't let me down. In the second race, in Magny-Cours (France), we got an 11th place, enough to remain in the group for the following season. But in the fourth race, in Brno, in the Czech Republic, we reached the first point at the Amateur level, with 8th place. Not bad! In Indianapolis (USA), two more points, with a 7th place. But the best was yet to come. With a great strategy, we got a 2nd place in Monza (Italy), the first podium. In the last two races, Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Adelaide (Australia), equal positions: 8th place, adding two more points and ending the season with 13 points, in 17th place. The first four promoted to the Pro level were Krzysztof Kupczak (Poland, 86 points), Doru Paraschiv (Romania, 64), Tiziano Lapi (Italy, 60) and Andrey Kovjazin (Russia, 60). With finances in good condition and the car among the strongest ten in the group, the prospects for season 78 look interesting.

Races: 17 | Points: 13
Wins: – | Podiums: 1 | In the points: 5
Championship: 17th

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___SEASON 78 | A-60

Race#35 (Mugello, Italia, race 1)
Grid: 5 | Final: 9
Championship: 0 points

Race#36 (Hockenheim, Germany, race 2)
Grid: 6 | Final: 1
Championship: 10 points
*First win and first win in Amateur level

Race#37 (Sochi, Russia, race 3)
Grid: 5 | Final: 1
Championship: 20 points
*First best lap in Amateur level

Race#38 (Brands Hatch, England, race 4)
Grid: 6 | Final: 2
Championship: 28 points

Race#39 (Estoril, Portugal, race 5)
Grid: 7 | Final: 1
Championship: 38 points

Race#40 (Oesterreichring, Austria, race 6)
Grid: 9 | Final: 20
Championship: 38 points

Race#41 (Zolder, Belgium, race 7)
Grid: 5 | Final: 3
Championship: 44 points

Race#42 (Indianapolis Oval, USA, race 8)
Grid: 2 | Final: 3
Championship: 50 points

Race#43 (Mexico City, Mexico, race 9)
Grid: 4 | Final: 8
Championship: 51 points

Race#44 (Interlagos, Brazil, race 10)
Grid: 3 | Final: 3
Championship: 57 points

Race#45 (Fuji, Japan, race 11)
Grid: 4 | Final: 3
Championship: 63 points

Race#46 (Irungattukottai, India, race 12)
Grid: 3 | Final: 2
Championship: 71 points

Race#47 (Baku City, Azerbaijan, race 13)
Grid: 4 | Final: 5
Championship: 75 points

Race#48 (Istanbul, Turkey, race 14)
Grid: 6 | Final: 2
Championship: 83 points

Race#49 (Anderstorp, Sweden, race 15)
Grid: 4 | Final: 7
Championship: 85 points

Race#50 (Grobnik, Croatia, race 16)
Grid: 4 | Final: 9
Championship: 85 points

Race#51 (Zandvoort, Netherlands, race 17)
Grid: 3 | Final: 34
Championship: 85 points
*Start accident

SEASON 78 RESUME: My third season at GPro, second at the Amateur level. With a good car in my hands, my goal was to finish the season in the top eight. The first race, held in the rain at Mugello (Italy), was not good and I finished it in 9th place. However, it soon became clear that I could think of much better results when I won the second race, held in Hockenheim (Germany) – my first GPro victory – and the third race, in Sochi (Russia). I was second in Brands Hatch (England) and I won again in Estoril (Portugal). At this time, I had 38 points in five races and I was leading the championship. With the rise to the Pro level increasingly evident, I decided to slow down to save money. Thus, the Belgian John Def, even financially limited, emerged as a great opponent and started to obtain great results, taking the leadership of the championship and being the champion in the end. The Italian Donatello Rabissoni also stood out. So, I ran to get enough points to reach the Pro level. At the end, I was the runner-up, with 85 points. It will be a big challenge to run at the Pro level, but I like challenges. Let's go!

Races: 17 | Points: 85
Wins: 3 | Podiums: 10 | In the points: 13
Championship: 2nd

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___SEASON 79 | P-16

Race#52 (Zandvoort, Netherlands, race 1)
Grid: 21 | Final: 24
Championship: 0 points
*First race in Pro level

Race#53 (New Dheli, India, race 2)
Grid: 22 | Final: 26
Championship: 0 points
*The engine was losing power

Race#54 (Yas Marina, United Arab Emirates, race 3)
Grid: 23 | Final: 33
Championship: 0 points

Race#55 (Sakhir, Bahrein, race 4)
Grid: 38 | Final: 34
Championship: 0 points

Race#56 (Yeongam, South Korea, race 5)
Grid: 37 | Final: 26
Championship: 0 points

Race#57 (Imola, San Marino, race 6)
Grid: 27 | Final: 19
Championship: 0 points

Race#58 (Ahvenisto, Finland, race 7)
Grid: 29 | Final: 31
Championship: 0 points

Race#59 (Jerez, Spain, race 8)
Grid: 17 | Final: 16
Championship: 0 points

Race#60 (A1-Ring, Austria, race 9)
Grid: 26 | Final: 9
Championship: 0 points

Race#61 (Seres, Greece, race 10)
Grid: 33 | Final: 35
Championship: 0 points

Race#62 (Avus, Germany, race 11)
Grid: 5 | Final: 7
Championship: 2 points
* First time in the points in Pro level

Race#63 (Kaunas, Lithuania, race 12)
Grid: 18 | Final: 27
Championship: 2 points

Race#64 (Bucharest Ring, Romania, race 13)
Grid: 22 | Final: 1
Championship: 12 points
* First podium and first win in Pro level

Race#65 (Portimao, Portugal, race 14)
Grid: 19 | Final: 23
Championship: 12 points

Race#66 (Montreal, Canada, race 15)
Grid: 25 | Final: 20
Championship: 12 points

Race#67 (Laguna Seca, USA, race 16)
Grid: 16 | Final: 12
Championship: 12 points

Race#68 (Mexico City, Mexico, race 17)
Grid: 13 | Final: 4
Championship: 17 points

SEASON 79 SUMMARY: My fourth season in the GPro, but now at a much more difficult level: the Pro. To stay in the group, I hired a new driver, capable of getting good results in rainy races. In addition, I signed a contract with Avonn to have more resistant tires with better performance in the rain. The first eight races were very difficult. My best result was a 16th place in Jerez, Spain. However, my patience was rewarded. In the ninth race, in A1-Ring, Austria, I used a bold strategy, won seventeen positions and finished in 9th place, which removed me from the relegation zone for Amateur level. With a level 9 engine, I bet all my chips in the 11th race, in Avus, Germany. The 5th place in qualifying indicated that I could be successful. In fact, I was very strong during the race. When I was in 3rd place, with only twelve laps to go, I had engine problems. I still reached the end of the race in 7th and scored my first points at the Pro level, but the truth is that it was a frustrating result, mainly because the "Amateur ghost" was still around. The reward for planning finally arrived at the 13th race in Bucharest, Romania. Although the weather forecast indicated rain throughout the race, I bet there would be a short period without rain. So, I would continue on the track while my opponents would pit-stop to change their tires to dry. And that is exactly what happened. When the rain returned, everyone made another pit-stop and I got a big advantage; big enough to continue leading until the checkered flag. However, the ending was dramatic, as I did the last three laps with the fuel gauge at 0%. A great victory, which guaranteed me at the Pro level. Finally, a 4th place in the last race, in Mexico, also with rain and a new driver. At the end of the season, I had added 17 points and obtained 12th place in the championship, won by the Hungarian András Bozóti, followed by Leonardo Franco, from Brazil. For my second season at the Pro level, my goal is to finish in the top eight of the championship and around $ 80M. Here we go!

SEASON 79 RESUME:

Races: 17 | Points: 17
Wins: 1 | Podiums: 1 | In the points: 3
Championship: 12nd

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___SEASON 80 | P-16

Race#69 (Nurburgring, Germany, race 1)
Grid: 18 | Final: 13
Championship: 0 points

Race#70 (Paul Ricard, France, race 2)
Grid: 18 | Final: 16
Championship: 0 points

Race#71 (Valencia, Spain, race 3)
Grid: 18 | Final: 29
Championship: 0 points

Race#72 (Hungaroring, Hungary, race 4)
Grid: 32 | Final: 34
Championship: 0 points

Race#73 (Slovakiaring, Slovakia, race 5)
Grid: 13 | Final: 2
Championship: 8 points

Race#74 (Bremgarten, Switzerland, race 6)
Grid: 17 | Final: 30
Championship: 8 points

Race#75 (Fiorano, Italia, race 7)
Grid: 23 | Final: 20
Championship: 8 points

Race#76 (Silverstone, England, race 8)
Grid: 30 | Final: 21
Championship: 8 points

Race#77 (Poznan, Poland, race 9)
Grid: 31 | Final: 31
Championship: 8 points

Race#78 (Austin, USA, race 10)
Grid: 29 | Final: 24
Championship: 8 points

Race#79 (Mexico City, Mexico, race 11)
Grid: 25 | Final: 18
Championship: 8 points

Race#80 (Brasilia, Brazil, race 12)
Grid: 24 | Final: 26
Championship: 8 points

Race#81 (Suzuka, Japan, race 13)
Grid: 19 | Final: 20
Championship: 8 points

Race#82 (Irungattukottai. India, race 14)
Grid: 27 | Final: 27
Championship: 8 points

Race#83 (Singapore, Singapore, race 15)
Grid: 20 | Final: 13
Championship: 8 points

Race#84 (Yas Marina, United Arab Emirates, race 16)
Grid: 24 | Final: 23)
Championship: 8 points

Race#85 (Melbourne, Australia, race 17)
Grid: 9 | Final: 3
Championship: 14 points

SEASON 80 RESUME: Well, season 80 was just regular. The main objective was achieved: to remain at the Pro level. For that, I scored points in two races. In Slovakiaring (Slovakia), I relied on the power of the engine and the durability of Avonn tires. Thanks to that, I got a 2nd place. I could have won, but my driver made a decisive mistake and the victory fell from the sky for the lucky Michel Vandecatelle. In the last race, in Melbourne (Australia), I used all the strength of the car and the driver. Everything indicated that I would be in 2nd place, but an overheating problem with thirteen laps to go made me lose my position. The 3rd place was not bad. In the end, two podiums and 14 points. Okay, and now I feel like a Pro. We are going for the third season in a row at the Pro level. Now, the ambition is greater.

Races: 17 | Points: 14
Wins: 0 | Podiums: 2 | In the points: 2
Championship: 19th

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___SEASON 81 | P-16

Race#86 (Sakhir, Bahrain, race 1)
Grid: 12 | Final: 5
Championship: 4 points

Race#87 (Shangai, China, race 2)
Grid: 15 | Final: 15
Championship: 4 points

Race#88 (Istanbul, Turkey, race 3)
Grid: 23 | Final: 12
Championship: 4 points

Race#89 (Fuji, Japan, race 4)
Grid: 23 | Final: 17
Championship: 4 points

Race#90 (Sochi, Russian Federation, race 5)
Grid: 31 | Final: 24
Championship: 4 points

Race#91 (Zolder, Belgium, race 6)
Grid: 30 | Final: 25
Championship: 4 points

Race#92 (Imola, San Marino, race 7)
Grid: 25 | Final: 8
Championship: 5 points

Race#93 (Rafaela Oval, Argentina, race 8)
Grid: 9 | Final: 2
Championship: 13 points

Race#94 (Laguna Seca, USA, race 9)
Grid: 20 | Final: 25
Championship: 13 points

Race#95 (Interlagos, Brazil, race 10)
Grid: 12 | Final: 9
Championship: 13 points

Race#96 (Portimao, Portugal, race 11)
Grid: 21 | Final: 7
Championship: 15 points

Race#98 (Mugello, Italy, race 12)
Grid: 19 | Final: 21
Championship: 15 points

Race#99 (Barcelona, Spain, race 13)
Grid: 24 | Final: 19
Championship: 15 points

Race#100 (Jyllands-Ringen, Denmark, race 14)
Grid: | Final:
Championship: