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Old 05-02-2012, 02:35 AM   #61
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Ipe - what AWESOME videos! Thank you for showing me how to drive the AIA. I hope to be back to Algarves sooner rather than later. Great driving!
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Old 05-02-2012, 12:34 PM   #62
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Ipe - what AWESOME videos! Thank you for showing me how to drive the AIA. I hope to be back to Algarves sooner rather than later. Great driving!
Thanks! It is a fantastic track indeed, very challenging, very difficult to be on the limit, certainly one of the bests in the world nowadays.

Below are the TV broadcast of the two races I made there:

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Race 2:

Cannot embed it: http://youtu.be/BLydWyf9_wU



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Old 05-02-2012, 12:41 PM   #63
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Old 05-02-2012, 01:08 PM   #64
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It's not Porsche related but I think you will enjoy it.

While at Portimão, we, drivers of Porsche Cup Brazil, had the opportunity to drive some F1 cars from late 90s / 2000 cars.

Here a short video I made:



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It's not Porsche related but I think you will enjoy it.

While at Portimão, we, drivers of Porsche Cup Brazil, had the opportunity to drive some F1 cars from late 90s / 2000 cars.

Here a short video I made:



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Old 05-02-2012, 01:23 PM   #66
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Old 05-02-2012, 02:18 PM   #67
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Hey Franc - that's a great vid, really fun to watch CWota taking his 210km/h limiter off and catching back up, hitting 225 at the end of that monster straight. also really Nice to see the spectators giving you a warm hand in the pits. Do you guys run a white line rule? And did you beat your best time while spending so much time in the rear view or did it hamstring you?
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Hey Franc - that's a great vid, really fun to watch CWota taking his 210km/h limiter off and catching back up, hitting 225 at the end of that monster straight. also really Nice to see the spectators giving you a warm hand in the pits. Do you guys run a white line rule? And did you beat your best time while spending so much time in the rear view or did it hamstring you?
What's a white line rule?

Wasn't timing myself, but, from the video, times seem decent. Defensive line is not as wide so as to not leave too much (any ) room on the inside for someone to dive-bomb, so by definition, it would be slower. Watching the mirrors was a bit distracting, but I sure was pumped so that probably made up for it. Traction was good in spite of the cool weather.
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Old 05-03-2012, 12:07 AM   #69
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What's a white line rule?

Wasn't timing myself, but, from the video, times seem decent. Defensive line is not as wide so as to not leave too much (any ) room on the inside for someone to dive-bomb, so by definition, it would be slower. Watching the mirrors was a bit distracting, but I sure was pumped so that probably made up for it. Traction was good in spite of the cool weather.
Looked like Fun! Let me know next time you're at Mosport, I'll bring the cameras, and the Boost!

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OMG...
Seriously Ipe,... OMG OMG OMG,...

The sound and experience at WOT must have been surreal. What a serious opportunity!!! There's not many experiences that would make you appreciate your 997 Cup less, but geez,... Do tell us more about how the Cup car comes (or not) to 90s/00s F1 cars!
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Seriously Ipe,... OMG OMG OMG,...

The sound and experience at WOT must have been surreal. What a serious opportunity!!! There's not many experiences that would make you appreciate your 997 Cup less, but geez,... Do tell us more about how the Cup car comes (or not) to 90s/00s F1 cars!
It really was an unforgettable experience, amazing!

But they are totally different animals and cannot compare them. The Cup I drive at 105% of my limit on it, taking everything I can and some more. In the F1, except on straights I was just cruising basically @ probably 50% or less of what the car is capable. Before riding in the car we had a hour of lecture to be very careful and they said all the things to scare us maximum so we did nothing stupid. It kind of worked because we had only 4 laps and by the time I was able to feel a little more comfort with it and understand what was happening I had to pit... But it was great anyway.
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Wasn't timing myself, but, from the video, times seem decent.
Ja you looked like you were pumped - nice going! Traction looked very solid. White line rule as we run it means that on the straights the car in front can only move once from one side of the centre line to the other ie can't block twice on a straight.

Ps - no timer? Get yourself a AIM Solo - really easy to use and great fun to analyze after while you aren't on RL
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Old 05-04-2012, 03:23 PM   #73
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Here are a couple of mine from the nordschleife on a closed track day last year.
One with camera view in car
http://bit.ly/nYesx3
Another with a view from the same orange 997.1rs chasing

Another view from a gt3 R at night in the nurburgring 24 hour race
How scary
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Ja you looked like you were pumped - nice going! Traction looked very solid. White line rule as we run it means that on the straights the car in front can only move once from one side of the centre line to the other ie can't block twice on a straight.

Ps - no timer? Get yourself a AIM Solo - really easy to use and great fun to analyze after while you aren't on RL
Yeah, one move is considered defending, a second is considered blocking and is not allowed. Although this wasn't a "real" race

I have a Trackmate, but just didn't bother putting it in the car. It was my first event of the year, and I like to build gradually.

Traction was incredible considering that it was only about 10 C.
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Old 05-04-2012, 04:32 PM   #75
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can anybody post a LimeRock video that has telemetry on it, if it was done on a close to stock GT3 NB with no cup aero car on 'street' or DOT r-comps rubber with lap times in 55-59 sec area?
I woud help me to sort something out here as cup cars videos do not really apply. Or PM me pls, if you have such video/data.
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