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Posted: Wed May 15, 2013 9:21 pm Reply with quote
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Este tópico é dedicado e aberto a qualquer tipo de "discussão"/assunto sobre a corrida 5 dos Touring Cars em Brno.
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Posted: Fri May 17, 2013 6:35 pm Reply with quote
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Due to some sanctions Nico Gensler will not be able to run at Brno and Anibal Moreira will start from last position in race 1 so you must stay in pits during qualifying

Anibal Moreira if choose to miss the event to avoid the sanction then it will be carried over to the next race and will be applied there

so

Nico Gensler is automatically disqualified from the event

Anibal Moreira must not qualify and start from last position
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Posted: Fri May 17, 2013 6:35 pm Reply with quote
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Lastros para Brno

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Posted: Fri May 17, 2013 6:36 pm Reply with quote
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Czech Republic, the most western location that the Conline boys will travel to without entering Asia. They come to race on one of the most demanding tracks in Europe, with it's fantastic flow of corners that possibly ask of a car's natural balance, and the driver's precision more than anywhere else in Europe, that isn't lined with unforgiving concrete walls or steel barriers. The AUTOMOTODROM BRNO.

(We are so far east, yet can't seem to outrun this rain. Almost the reverse to the 2012 WTCC season where they NEVER had a wet race, we might see rain at over 75% of the events at this rate).

Brno also has incredibly long, fast corners that take a major toll on the tyres and long straights where top speed is everything.

With these characteristics, the racing at Brno is always entertaining with the track wide enough to allow for 3 wide racing through the corners when drivers leave room for each other and can stay 3 wide, with the nature in which the modern design of the Brno circuit.

Though the track has historically been really kind to the RWD cars where, their ability to balance tyre wear better than a FWD can. Shown by RWDs taking 7 wins out of 10 in five years in the S2000 era of WTCC and only missing out on pole only twice in five years.

Showing that the odds are stacked against the FWDs. But while the nature of the track allows for great racing, with the racing line switching side to side, a smart driver can defend for an entire race if needed, especially with the reverse grid where, so long as they get away from the grid and out of turn 3 in front, half the work is done.


Then we have the weather where in Czech Republic, intermittent rain has been hitting the country while also having high humidity leading to warm and wet conditions as the drivers arrive in Czech Republic.

When free practice starts and the track is open to the drivers, the track will be wet but in that awkward area where it's damp and only raining lightly so the wet tyres may not be able to gather enough water to keep them cold, while the slicks may struggle to reach the track to give the necessary mechanical grip.

The the rain as said, is expected to be intermittent, so the clouds are expected to disperse throughout the session and a dry line should emerge with enough drivers running around clearing the track of water.

With similar conditions expected for quali, with rain returning but again the clouds should disperse by the end of the session, leading times to getting faster and faster with the Slicks being the tyre to set your best lap time on if you can keep it off the water that may still be sitting around off the racing line.


Race 1, the day after qualifying will start on a track that has a small coating of water with light rain falling. This is foretasted weather and as it can be unpredictable, do use the race Monitor to see what the track conditions look like when the safety car joins the track.

Cars have two minutes to join the grid, so hopefully nobody will be caught out and will join the grid before the 10 second warning, with the correct tyres fitted.

As in practice and quali, with little rain falling and over 20 cars on track, the water ought to be dispersed well before the end of the race, especially as this is 10 laps and ends up being one of the longest race lengths of the season.

Race 2, will enjoy the delight of bright sunshine, giving the track similar track temperature despite being later into the day. With zero water expected to be left on the track with ambient temperatures rising as the race goes on due to clouds moving away from the circuit as the race goes on.


Quali: Starting Track temp = +/- 25c - (77F) - Starting Air temp = 18c - (64F) - Wet/Damp
Race1: Starting Track temp = +/- 30c - (86F) - Starting Air temp = 22c - (72F) - Damp/Dry
Race2: Starting Track temp = +/- 28c - (82F) - Starting Air temp = 24c - (75F) - Dry



Good luck to all drivers racing.

Part-time C-ONline Safety Car Driver

Ethan Bass
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