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MNRL ’74 911 at Ibarra (reverse layout)

November 5, 2019 – Joe Miller steals the championship points lead from Jason Whited with back to back wins at Ibarra.

Brette Brooks managed 2 podiums in the two races, finishing P3 in Race 1 and P2 in Race 2. Even though he lost the points lead, Jason Whited was able to grab 2 podium spots as well, finishing P2 and P3 respectively.

In Seniors division, Bill Brehm took back to back wins, returning to MNRL with style. He was followed by Pete Holm and Aaron Page, rounding out the top 3 in Race 1. In Race 2, Jerry Hamilton took the runner up spot and Pete Holm followed closely, ending up in P3.

With two rounds remaining, and a mere 3 point difference at the front of the championship standings, an exciting finish to this series is all but written in stone. You won’t want to miss this!

Results

MNRL '74 911 @ Ibarra (reversed)

ACC Sprint – Hungaroring Race 2

November 4, 2019 – Driver Classification Updates:
Miguel Valenzuela: from AM to Silver
Dominic Guerin: First race, to Silver – still under review
Jon Uyan: from Pro to Silver
Ricardo Navon: from Pro to Silver
The reports below will be written with these changes included.

Pro – Race 2 had chaos at the start, with Bubba Jones rushing on the formation lap to regain his proper starting position after a disconnect between races. As the lights went green, a poor start from Jones and Josh Staffin saw them fall away from John Paul Hidalgo in the lead, with Keith Briscoe taking full advantage by moving down the inside of the pair into turn 1 into 2nd place. Unfortunately it wouldn’t last, with Staffin diving into turn 1 from a fair distance, leaving Briscoe to defend from Jones as Staffin focused on chasing down Hidalgo. Staffin and Hidalgo were matched for pace, but a spin in turn 8 saw Hidalgo firmly in the barriers, allowing Staffin to draw up alongside him before completing the move into turn 11. Hidalgo’s damage saw his pace drop significantly, being caught and passed swiftly by Briscoe and Jones within the next few laps. Briscoe held Jones at bay until a mistake into turn 5 saw Briscoe run wide and gift Jones 2nd place. From there, Briscoe was unable to close up the gap to Jones to make a move, remaining in 3rd for the rest of the race. Don Bélanger was driving another solid race in 5th, before moving up to 4th as Hidalgo struggled with damage and was given a DT penalty for exceeding track limits; this unfortunately wouldn’t last, as a mysterious snap at the rear sent Bélanger into the barriers into turn 2, taking significant damage and resulting in a pace deficit that dropped him to 6th. With the battling from 2nd down, no one was able to chase down Staffin in 1st. Jones followed to take 2nd, just ahead of Briscoe in 3rd.

Silver – JT Tami and Miguel Valenzuela led their class into turn 1, with Dominic Guerin and Eric Andersern a couple of seconds further back. Tami capitalized on a mistake from Valenzuela on lap 4, moving down the inside at turn 11 to take 6th overall. A slide out of turn 4 put Guerin into the wall, taking damage and falling back towards Andersen. Andsersen was kept behind until a spin out of the final corner sent Guerin into the barriers again, at which point he pitted for repairs. Guerins race would come to an end on lap 10 after fighting a broken car, ending up in the wall on the outside of turn 10. Tami and Valenzuela also came together going into turn 5, with Valenzuela stalling while trying to recover the car; Tami continued on without losing a position, but Valenzuela dropped behind Andersen. Tami came out on top being 1st in class and 5th overall after a spin from Bélanger, with Andersen 2nd in class and Valenzuela coming home 3rd.

AM – Michael Mortensen would again fly the flag for the AM class, having a quiet but solid performance. While not quite able to maintain pace with the Silver or Pro class drivers, Mortensenwas able to capitalize on Dominic Guerins (Silver) damage and pass going into turn 12 for 9th overall. Only a spin across the marbles on the outside of turn 11 put a damper on what was otherwise a perfectly clean drive to the finish.

Results

ACC Sprint - Hungaroring Race 2

ACC Sprint – Hungaroring Race 1

November 4, 2019 – Driver Classification Updates:
Miguel Valenzuela: from AM to Silver
Dominic Guerin: First race, to Silver – still under review
Jon Uyan: from Pro to Silver
Ricardo Navon: from Pro to Silver

The reports below will be written with these changes included.

Pro – Josh Staffin and Bubba Jones showed their dominance around Hungaroring, starting cleanly from the front and keeping out of trouble. Their race became a war of attrition, with the gap between the pair never extending beyond 2 seconds. John Paul Hidalgo and Keith Briscoe had penalties to serve at the start, dropping to back at the end of lap 1 and out of contention for the lead. With Briscoe pitting and the top two pulling away, Don Bélanger secured a lonely race in 3rd. Briscoe, after serving his Stop&Go (0s), charged back through the field to make his way up to 4th, only running out of time to catch Bélanger in 3rd. Hidalgo, with a more severe Stop&Go (10s), fell far behind the rest of the field, only getting back into the mix halfway through the race. He charged up to the rear of JT Tami (Silver) in 5th, but failed a last-lap attempt to overtake, dropping him to 7th behind Eric Andersen (Silver). With the front three untroubled by the rest of the pack, Staffin came home in 1st, with Jones a very close 2nd and Bélanger finishing 3rd.

Silver – Miguel Valenzuela got off to a slow start, dropping him behind JT Tami, Eric Andersen and Jon Uyan, with Dominic Guerin following close behind. An overcorrection from a slide sent Valenzuela into the runoff towards the end of lap 2, but luckily avoided the barriers. With Uyan and Guerin each having their own spins and suffering from damage, Valenzuela was able to recover to 8th overall. Leading the class, Tami, Andersen and Uyan were closely matched, until three separate spins at turn 11 from Uyan saw his race fall apart, taking substantial damage, dropping him to the back and eventually retiring. Guerin joined Uyan in the pitlane at the end, due to underfueling the car at the start. With Andersen unable to match Tami in the second half of the race, Tami took 1st in class, with Andersen 2nd and Valenzuela 3rd.

AM – Mortensen was the only AM driver present in this event, and as such could focus on moving up in the Overall Championship standings. With Briscoe (Pro) and Hidalgo (Pro) taking their penalties as well as a spin from Valenzuela (Silver), Mortensen initially moved up to 8th overall. However, with a significant pace difference between against the rest of the field, Mortensen was careful to allow the faster cars back through as to not interrupt their race or risk a collision. With a consistent but lonely drive, along with Uyan (Pro) and Guerin (Silver) retiring, Mortensen came home 9th overall.

Results

ACC Sprint - Hungaroring Race 1

NARS GT3 at Zolder

October 31, 2019 – It was an all GT3 Halloween edition of NARS Autumn racing at Zolder. Imported McLaren Senna drivers from Group A decided to put on another hat and run with the Group B drivers in GT3 this time around. Sure enough, JT Tami took the win followed by the always fast GT3 drivers Jon Uyan and Jason Whited. Another meager-sized grid has to concern series admins as well as the faithful rFactor2 participants.

Results

NARS Autumn GT3's at Zolder

MNRL F1 95 Series at Magny-Cours

October 29, 2019 – After back-to-back DNF’s in the first two rounds of the MNRL F1 ’95 series, Jason Whited managed a surprising win at Magny-Cours. Bob Williams pulled out a nice second place finish, with Bruno Mancebo rounding out the podium. Points leader Allan Hellmann took and early and commanding lead, but soon ran into troubles that forced him to retire early.

Jerry Hamilton won in the seniors division, taking the championship points lead in the process. Peter Holm took P2, with Aaron Page rounding out the seniors podiums in P3.

The series heats up as we move into Round 4, which will take place at Silverstone in two weeks time. New but familiar faces move into the points battle as others face struggle. It’s far from over.

Results

MNRL F1 95 Series at Magny-Cours

NARS Autumn Visits The Bend

October 24, 2019 – Round 3 of the Autumn series was won by Group A driver Greg Hall followed by JT Tami. In Group B, It was Jon Uyan taking the win with Rodger Gabryszak in 2nd and Mark Cotherman in 3rd.

Results

NARS Autumn Visits The Bend