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Thread: CMS DR2.0 Championship - Event 3 - Poland - All the infos

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    After finishing the snowy event in Sweden we directly move southwards to eastern Europe!

    Welcome to Poland

    As my predictions for Sweden were almost completely wrong, I decided to do none for the upcoming Rally Poland

    Here are some short facts for the upcoming event:

    We will have a different subdivision regarding stages as we had in Argentina & Sweden. We're back to three types of tires: soft, medium and hard. Keep in mind that they wear the longer you drive...
    Poland will be fast, very fast! There are many superfast passages on narrow roads through the polish woods. Drivers will face day & night stages as well as dry & rainy stages. Service areas are set driver-friendly this time...

    The best of luck to all the competitors - keep your cars alive

    So, spread the word & feel free to join our discord channels (CMS Discord) and have tons of fun while enjoying our event!

    Lutz Müller | CMS DiRT RALLY 2.0 Championship Admin

    @LuMue78 | DR2.0 @Discord

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    In Poland my Luck was over. I had CTD on stage 2,4,5,8 and 9. so i'll Guess i'm not get many Points form this event.

    Good Luck all.

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    CMSRC S1E3 - Poland

    Event #3 is history, and it was a challenging one! Let's have a look at what the pure results tell us...
    32 cars lined up for Rally Poland at Jagodno but only 20 saw the finish when returning to Jagodno. Everyone finished the first stage with a difference from 45s from P1 to P32. The second stage already saw 2 cars going out, Rallye_Co_Pilot_87 and Riggs, the only A-Sport member this time. Magnar's PC had a CTD (Crash to Desktop) why he got no time for that stage. He had several CTD afterwards but finished the rally on 4 wheels - unfortunately he'll be counted as a DNF. Torwith and Crazymotors joined the party of Non-finishers during stage 4, the last short stage before the first service park.
    The long stage Jezioro Rotcze saw no victims but stage 6 was the one where TUS Cham, being on P2 after the previous stage, found his master. Another proof for the thesis, that you always have to go flat out if you want to keep yourself in the higher regions of the tables...
    Stages 7, 8 and 9 seem to be not that challenging as nobody got lost there but the long Zagórze took another zwo guys - Kitakaze & svt4cam - out of the rally.
    Another P2-guy got his knock-out on stage 11 - Mirk. Also the winner of Argentina, 1Kortex1, quit during this stage.
    Alltogether tese were the twelve that got out and the rest gained pints - as easy as that!
    From P15-19 we see five well-known CMS members - finishing before cypheus on P20 - as they are: Erik (Xsaros), Gene (Kinggene), Aaron (Enamel), David (DavidAnTx) and Brian (Brian_Patterson). Finishing within 1min do the guys on P12 to P14 with Lutz (Walter Röhrl) driving 19s faster than german fellow Ralf_Mol and another 28s faster in total than Bleifussler.
    On P11 we see jak2755 before we take a look at the Top Ten:
    Overall 4th in the championship tables before this rally finishes Tommi (Wolfsmind) on P10 after having 3 consecutive bad stages at the end of Rally Poland. Already well known from our D4 championships comes Attraktiver Elch in on P9 as he makes his first appearance this season. Overall 5th after Event #2, Glenowan, finishes on P8 just 2s in front of the Elch and adds another 8 points to his account. Just 0,224s ahead finishes that_guy on P7.
    Inbetween 44s in total come positions 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 in. On P6 finishes, the maybe oldest competitor, Christioph (christoph1954) with a total time of 56:58.624 in front of Thomas (Infected Harpy) on P5 having a total time of 56:50.098. Roundabout 5s faster in the end was Nigel (Rallymanic1964) from Australia (If I remember correctly) having a 56:44.601 which makes him own P4 and just one step away from the podium - well deserved Nigel!
    P3 goes to CMS-member Dag-Inge (d69_inge) - that comeback turns out to be a great one Dag!!!
    On P2, after a strong and constant performance, we give applause to Lauris_A - nice one mate!!!!
    Well, what can I say about the guy on P1? On top of the tables from stage 1 onward. Never in slighest danger of loosing this position as he won every stage, a guy that I've never heard of before... MISIX !!! That was a demonstration of your strength mate - very impressive!

    Results will be brought to you by enamel...
    Lutz Müller | CMS DiRT RALLY 2.0 Championship Admin

    @LuMue78 | DR2.0 @Discord

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    Thanx for the update after Poland! It was my lucky moment, as I pearhaps wasn't the fastest, but had been consistent with not going faster than I can handle. At least I took risks, but fairly little except on roll where I came down lucky on the road and raced on. Poland and the upcoming New Zealand are such amazing works of 3D-design that we should thank Codemasters for the very realistic road engineering!


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    Sorry for the delay in results, I will have them out on Monday!

    Here is a little preview of what I have been working on instead of compiling results


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    Results For Round 3
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    Current Standings
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    Announcements for Round 3
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    @Lutz “Walter Röhrl“ Müller - Switched to the ŠKODA Fabia R5 and must use this car in future rounds
    Lauris_A - Switched to Citroën C3 R5, however this made them ineligible for points due to a prior switch to the Mitsubishi Space Star R5
    Bleifussler - Switched to the Ford Fiesta R5, however this made them ineligible for points due to a prior switch to the Volkswagen Polo GTI R5
    Cham - Name change to 'TUS Cham', standings updated please let me know if this is incorrect

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    Quote Originally Posted by enamelizer View Post
    Sorry for the delay in results, I will have them out on Monday!

    Here is a little preview of what I have been working on instead of compiling results

    This looks very much like Michael planned to make with the tool you made for DR1, in the end he found faster ways and didn't make it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zolba View Post
    This looks very much like Michael planned to make with the tool you made for DR1, in the end he found faster ways and didn't make it
    This has taken me much longer to build than I thought it would, that's for sure!

    Once I get exporting results done, I will be releasing the code open source again if people want to extend it.

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    I’ll check it out Aaron.


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