2022-05-18 Class C #9 Kansas Speedway

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    Session name: http://www.virtual-oval.de
    Private: Yes
    Server: DE-Fra
    License level: Rookie (1.0) to Pro/WC (4.0)
    Track: Kansas Speedway
    Configuration: Oval
    Time Of Day: 2022-05-14 13:40 1x
    Car Class: Hosted All Cars Class
    Car: NASCAR Camping World Chevrolet Silverado
    Max Fuel Fill %: 100
    Weight Penalty KG: 0
    Weight Penalty LBS: 0
    Power Adjust %: 0.0
    Dry Tire Sets: 4
    Car: NASCAR Camping World Ford F150
    Max Fuel Fill %: 100
    Weight Penalty KG: 0
    Weight Penalty LBS: 0
    Power Adjust %: 0.0
    Dry Tire Sets: 4
    Car: NASCAR Camping World Toyota Tundra TRD Pro
    Max Fuel Fill %: 100
    Weight Penalty KG: 0
    Weight Penalty LBS: 0
    Power Adjust %: 0.0
    Dry Tire Sets: 4
    Fixed Setup: Yes
    Paint Cars: No
    Maximum racers: 40
    AI: No
    Tournament: No
    Dynamic Sky: Yes
    Temperature: 78 °F
    Wind Speed: N @ 2 MPH
    Atmosphere: 55 RH, 0% Fog Cover
    Skies: Partly Cloudy
    Variability: : 0% , 0%
    Practice length: 85 minutes
    Qualifier length: 2 laps OR 5 minutes
    Warmup length: No warmup
    Race length: 134 laps OR 150 minutes
    Start on Q Cmpnd: Yes
    Multi Tire Cmpnds: Yes
    Starting type: Rolling start
    Parade lap type: long
    Num fast repairs: 0
    Cautions: Race control (Ovals) + Admin
    Count caution laps: Yes
    Lucky dog: On
    Wave arounds: Yes
    Restart type: Double File, Lapped cars to the back
    Consec. caut. single: No
    Green/White/Check: Unlimited
    Hardcore level: Disallow all driving aids (but clutch assist OK)
    Car damage: On
    Restrict results: No
    Warn incident limit: No limit
    DQ incident limit: No limit
    Qual scrutiny: Strict
    Auto-Clean Marbles: No
    Practice: Automatically Generated
    Qualify: Carried over
    Race: Carried over
  • my apologies to Jannik Seitz for the climb to the wall coming out of t2, the spotter told me from the middle of the clear curve and kept it until the end, I thought you were going slower on the top line because you had worn tires, and in the vr rearview mirror couldn't follow your line well... I'm sorry I locked you in so much and that you hit the wall after touching the corner of my car... I have the spotter at a distance of so that he could notify me in advance, but he didn't notice that You were already so close in the exit... I'm really sorry you were making a great run.

  • Uh a protest against someone who avoided a pileup after you missed the restart. Nice Try! :doofguck:

    #07 Chriss Oakley (now #55 :rolleyes:)

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    GNC NNS Team Champions 2010
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  • Do you talk about that restart with no penalty line?
    Nobody objected. The race officials saw it and noted it. Normally this is a penalty, but as you said, there was a pileup avoided. ;)

  • Thanks Frank for the Enlightenment. I was not aware of the Fact that you are reacting to things outside of Cautions or Protests. I thought we are now getting all crazy here. Then I was on the »Woodway« ;)

    #07 Chriss Oakley (now #55 :rolleyes:)

    GNC CCS Team Champions 2011
    GNC SNOS Team Champions 2011
    GNC NNS Team Champions 2010
    GNC SNOS Team Champions 2010
    GNC SNOS Vize-Champion 2009
    GNC MNOS Team Champions 2008
    GNC MNOS Vize-Champion 2008
    GNC MNOS RotY 2006
    GNC Trucks RotY 2006