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International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discussion

All discussion regarding Really Rubbish Racing's third season of PC racing on Race 07, the International Masters of Formula R 2.0
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby Covamalia » 17 Aug 2014, 17:47

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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby Boovolari » 17 Aug 2014, 17:50

cybersamurai79 wrote:So uhhh.

What expansions are you guys using for this?

(not contemplating joining at all. Nope. not one bit.)

It's the Race On expansion you'd need for this one Tim. Not sure about the tracks but I think most of the season is standard Race07 stuff.
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby MasterOntWolf » 17 Aug 2014, 17:51



Video was done but there was no image of the team on the wiki entry.
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby JoeNathan » 17 Aug 2014, 17:58

yeah, its the Race On, which conveniently gives you the Masters car, the only decent car in the whole package lol. I hate America Muscle Racing cars, they just are too heavy and bulky.
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby ajokay » 17 Aug 2014, 18:05

If anyone's up for some testing, and the new members would like to join in, I think we'll have some tonight. fairly soon, in fact
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby pyjames91 » 17 Aug 2014, 18:14

As soon as i've consumed some miscellaneous food stuffs, i'm there.
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby JoeNathan » 17 Aug 2014, 18:26

pyjames91 wrote:As soon as i've consumed some miscellaneous food stuffs, i'm there.

same
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby OLL1E_K » 17 Aug 2014, 18:38

I'll be on about 8ish. Just finished gorging myself on Chinese and can't move off the sofa just yet.

Chinese food, not a Chinese person. Just to be clear.
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby Covamalia » 17 Aug 2014, 18:39

MasterOntWolf wrote:


Video was done but there was no image of the team on the wiki entry.

I know, but was meant as a joke (if you click the link for the video :P)
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby MasterOntWolf » 17 Aug 2014, 20:35

Covamalia wrote:
MasterOntWolf wrote:
Video was done but there was no image of the team on the wiki entry.


I know, but was meant as a joke (if you click the link for the video :P)


LOL next time I guess I should click on the link first :)
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby MasterOntWolf » 17 Aug 2014, 20:38

Some great practice today. Lots of fun and banter, now if I can avoid suspension or any other damage on race day I should have a respectable finish. Now that I have jinxed myself we will see, again great fun today guys.
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby blairy20 » 17 Aug 2014, 21:43

Bye_Jr wrote:Forecast for this races is low 1:35s with sudden outbursts of "fucking hell kimster a 1:33 piss off"


Don't be silly. 1m32's..
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby JoeNathan » 17 Aug 2014, 22:30

MasterOntWolf wrote:Some great practice today. Lots of fun and banter, now if I can avoid suspension or any other damage on race day I should have a respectable finish. Now that I have jinxed myself we will see, again great fun today guys.

Same for me, I just find my way to get into trouble :P
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby JoeNathan » 17 Aug 2014, 22:30

The first race we did today was my highlight :D hopefully there will be more just like it. of course I don't expect to be in the running for the win at all on race day. But I have decent pace (1:35.5 tops, 1:37.0 bottoms usually) so I'll be competitive ;)
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby MasterOntWolf » 17 Aug 2014, 22:37

JoeNathan wrote:The first race we did today was my highlight :D hopefully there will be more just like it. of course I don't expect to be in the running for the win at all on race day. But I have decent pace (1:35.5 tops, 1:37.0 bottoms usually) so I'll be competitive ;)


Good running with you today Joe. You were pretty jittery(laggy) to start but it did seem to clear up as we went on. The final race of the day was the best one for me, even came close to pulling off a 1st if someone hadn't decided to straight line the final chicane...LOL As long as you can run steady Joe the field shifts alot as I'm sure there is gonna be several spins.
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby JoeNathan » 17 Aug 2014, 22:43

I'm very glad I participated in today's test runs since I don't think I'll be nearly as nervous in the actual races as I would've been. I'm generally very consistent (consistently slow) but from what I've seen, I might be able to hang up a P5 or so. Blairy is awfully quick and I can't keep up with him, but I find myself going faster when I'm about a second or so behind him rather than when I'm in clean air. He still pulls away, but when I put down a 1:35.5, I'm following him. And I'm not feasting on his slipstream, so I'm not sure why I'm better with him in front..
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby blairy20 » 18 Aug 2014, 00:08

JoeNathan wrote:...Blairy is beautifully quick...


FIFY.

Haha. In all seriousness, you were very good to race against so the respect is already there. A future front runner, I have no doubt. Signs show that you will be in these as well.

I seem to be more consistent when following someone, for me I think it's being able to use the guy in front as a kind of marker and accessing the line being taken throughout the track.
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby JoeNathan » 18 Aug 2014, 01:06

blairy20 wrote:
JoeNathan wrote:...Blairy is beautifully quick...


...you were very good to race against so the respect is already there. A future front runner, I have no doubt. Signs show that you will be in these as well.


Aww you're so kind :oops:
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby Kimstermagnum » 18 Aug 2014, 01:21

Liam's luring at its best tonight.
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby ajokay » 18 Aug 2014, 06:50

Isn't he on some kind of register?
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby OLL1E_K » 18 Aug 2014, 08:27

Go on then, what sort of ridiculous times was Mr Blairy pulling out?

Not that I'm being competitive about it or anything...
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby blairy20 » 18 Aug 2014, 08:30

You try and be nice to a newcomer....
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby JoeNathan » 18 Aug 2014, 14:41

OLL1E_K wrote:Go on then, what sort of ridiculous times was Mr Blairy pulling out?

Not that I'm being competitive about it or anything...

He was consistent in the 1:35s , and I could barely put it there. He wasn't super quick, but he's definitely quicker than me by a second or two.
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby Boovolari » 18 Aug 2014, 14:44

JoeNathan wrote:He wasn't super quick...

Pure fiction!
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Re: International Masters of Formula R 2.0 - General Discuss

Postby Bye_Jr » 18 Aug 2014, 15:35

JoeNathan wrote: I might be able to hang up a P5 or so.



P5 in single seaters is reserved for Bookoi, sorry mate!
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