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Post by Guest on Mon Jul 16, 2012 4:18 pm

maybe we can have Special enduro events like the 1000km of bathers at infineon nascar
of 2.4 h of the ring

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Post by JamieWhincup#1 on Mon Jul 16, 2012 4:51 pm

I already sort of do this Smile



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Post by Guest on Mon Jul 16, 2012 4:54 pm

ok

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Post by ThousandSumo on Mon Jul 16, 2012 4:56 pm

Great idea. We've had a few enduro's this year already including 60 minutes at Laguna Seca with R1/R3 cars and 2.4 hours at Le Mans.

Put together a proposal or two for events with a poll and people will vote and discuss what they would like. What class cars, what tracks, how many laps etc.

Personally, not a big fan of Infineon. I prefer the 'easier' tracks such as Silverstone, Road America etc. I find with enduro races, 20 miuntes or more on Infineon, Nurburg etc and I'm totally drained. Those tracks require a high level of consentration, and racing with a controller only is hard yakka.

Others here love those tracks those. Just something to think about if your trying to get an idea up.

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Post by Dektra on Mon Jul 16, 2012 4:59 pm

If we do this i vote for a Daytona style race with Super GT cars on Drag Tires. drafting is a major thing in those cars and drag tires would add a pitstop element to it.
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Post by Guest on Mon Jul 16, 2012 5:17 pm

@ThousandSumo "Personally, not a big fan of Infineon. I prefer the 'easier' tracks such as Silverstone, Road America etc. I find with enduro races, 20 minutes or more on Infineon, Nurburg etc and I'm totally drained. Those tracks require a high level of consentration, and racing with a controller only is hard yakka."

i think Infineon nascar is the most like bathers but maybe Laguna Seca is more.
i was thinking maybe Silverstone gp and we can do a 30-60min race with cars like the britcar 24 look it up on Google if your interested. the cars can be s class sports cars and b or a class hot hatches.

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Post by ThousandSumo on Mon Jul 16, 2012 5:35 pm

Hmm, interesting. The BritCar looks to be raced across A, S, R3 and R2 classes.

Keep an eye whats happening on the forums. We've just wrapped up a GT2/GT3 Series where the masses voted to not have an 'end of season' enduro in favour of the V8 Supercar Test n Tune. So you'll likely have a harder sell trying to get a R2/R3 enduro up now.

Multi class racing is good fun too but with only 16 cars to a lobby, 4 classes is probably a bit much. Nothing worse than racing against only 3 other people.

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Post by Guest on Mon Jul 16, 2012 5:40 pm

yes that is y i think gust A and R3 cars

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Post by Guest on Wed Jul 18, 2012 3:39 pm

A and S class seem to be the best choice and if your interested check out the Video on the top gear sight named 24


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