Mega GT World Tour Event 4

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Mega GT World Tour - Event 4

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Event 4 of 7 in Mega GT World Tour


Mega Suzuka Driver - this driver won the Endurance Round of the Mega GT World Tour
Marquee Event of Mega GT World Tour

Date Wednesday
February 11, 2015
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Event Highlights

The grid lined up at sunrise for the longest race of the season.
The field approaches Turn 1, with one of the Hondas running wide.
PJ started in 2nd, but took the lead right away.
NitroXIII had dropped to the back of the field following his error.
The midfield battle was closely fought during the opening stages.
The field would drive into the sunrise during the early laps.
SuperNiceBob was at the back of the field, an unusual place for him to be.
CraigO decided to do the opposite of his teammate, hoping to one-up him on race strategy.
ArcticCareBear pits early for a new set of slicks.
PJ regains the lead as his strategy overlaps with the Hard compound runners.
Drivers were on fairly even terms before the pitstops shuffled the order.
RaceProUK kept it steady during the early stages.
Pwoodg drove a solid race in the midfield.
NitroXIII had a solid dry race, but his plans unravelled when it started to rain.
DonPatch makes a pass on NitroXIII out of the hairpin.
GremlinWon was making his Really Rubbish Racing debut in this event.
The last time 2 Honda-powered drivers took on this corner things didn't go down so well...
ArcticCareBear and GremlinWon run close together through 130R.
SuperNiceBob was either pushing his tyres too hard or had a 1990's F1 engine fitted to his Lexus.
Don Patch tried to fight the downpour with some heavy countersteering.
Oh no! Pwoodg has lodged himself in the pitlane!
ArcticCareBear has a big off at Dunlop Curve, spinning at high speed.
The race leader gets caught out by the weather and pays a visit to the gravel trap.
GremlinWon had a solid wet weather strategy and was rewarded with 4th place.
CraigO and ArcticCareBear battled in the wet on Intermediate tyres, but it was the Honda driver which lost out.
By the end, PJ was the one that survived the storm and took the overall victory.


Qualifying

Pos No Driver Team Car Time
1 86 United Kingdom Craig Woollard Japan Goteki House Japan 2012 Honda HSV GT500 1:55.121
2 45 Republic of Ireland PJ Tierney Japan Goteki House Japan 2012 Honda HSV GT500 + 0.296
3 131 Canada NitroXIII RlyR Realish Racing NDP Beta Japan 2012 Honda HSV GT500 + 0.655
4 28 United Kingdom Chris Eagle RlyR Realish Racing NDP Alpha Japan 2008 Nissan GT-R GT500 + 1.620
5 36 United Kingdom Pwoodg United Kingdom Revolution Japan 2008 Lexus SC430 GT500 + 2.273
6 74 Spain Don Patch United Kingdom Monolith Motorsport Japan 2008 Nissan GT-R GT500 + 2.987
7 40 United Kingdom Thomas Alderton United Kingdom Turismo Motorsport Japan 2008 Nissan GT-R GT500 + 3.392
8 149 Nottinghamshire Dave Morley United Kingdom Monolith Motorsport Japan 2008 Nissan GT-R GT500 + 3.985
9 42 United Kingdom Nic Redhead Italy Scuderia Testa Rosso Japan 2008 Lexus SC430 GT500 + 4.531


Endurance Race (Round 7)

Round 7
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Suzuka Circuit - Grand Prix (2014)
Distance 29 laps (60 mins) 104.98 miles
Pole Position
Driver/Team United Kingdom Craig Woollard Japan Goteki House
Time 1:55.121
Podium
First Republic of Ireland PJ Tierney Japan Goteki House
Second United Kingdom Chris Eagle RlyR Realish Racing NDP Alpha
Third United Kingdom Craig Woollard Japan Goteki House
Fastest Lap
Driver/Team Republic of Ireland PJ Tierney Japan Goteki House
Time 1.54.011
Pos No Driver Team Car Time / Retired Points
1 45 Republic of Ireland PJ Tierney Japan Goteki House Japan 2012 Honda HSV GT500 1:01:05.419 30
2 28 United Kingdom Chris Eagle RlyR Realish Racing NDP Alpha Japan 2008 Nissan GT-R GT500 + 1:18.729 24
3 86 United Kingdom Craig Woollard Japan Goteki House Japan 2012 Honda HSV GT500 + 1:23.994 20
4 40 United Kingdom Thomas Alderton United Kingdom Turismo Motorsport Japan 2008 Nissan GT-R GT500 + 1:46.506 16
5 74 Spain Don Patch United Kingdom Monolith Motorsport Japan 2008 Nissan GT-R GT500 + 1 Lap 12
6 149 Nottinghamshire Dave Morley United Kingdom Monolith Motorsport Japan 2008 Nissan GT-R GT500 + 1 Lap 8
7 131 Canada NitroXIII RlyR Realish Racing NDP Beta Japan 2012 Honda HSV GT500 + 1 Lap 4
8 36 United Kingdom Pwoodg United Kingdom Revolution Japan 2008 Lexus SC430 GT500 + 1 Lap 2
9 42 United Kingdom Nic Redhead Italy Scuderia Testa Rosso Japan 2008 Lexus SC430 GT500 + 1 Lap















Championship Positions Post-Event

Mega Driver - this driver is the Mega GT World Tour Champion   Drivers' Championship

Change Pos Driver Points
1 Republic of Ireland PJ Tierney 113
IconUP.png 2 United Kingdom Chris Eagle 77
IconDOWN.png 3 United Kingdom Craig Woollard 76
4 United Kingdom Nic Redhead 42
5 Canada NitroXIII 40

Mega Team - this driver was on the Mega GT World Tour's Championship-winning team   Teams' Championship

Change Pos Team Points
1 Japan Goteki House 189
2 RlyR Realish Racing NDP Alpha 117
IconUP.png 3 United Kingdom Monolith Motorsport 47
IconDOWN.png 4 Italy Scuderia Testa Rosso 42
IconDOWN.png 5 United Kingdom Revolution 33

Mega Rookie - this driver is the Mega GT World Tour's Rookie Champion   Rookie Championship

Change Pos Driver Points
1 United Kingdom Chris Eagle 77
2 Canada NitroXIII 40
3 Spain Don Patch 32
4 United Kingdom Pwoodg 19
IconUP.png 5 United Kingdom Thomas Alderton 16