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Sunday

Assetto Corsa Historics League

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Monday

Assetto Corsa Competizione

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Tuesday

MNRL Automobilista

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Wednesday

CMS-TXL iRacing Series

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Thursday

rFactor 2 NARS Thursday Racing Series

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Rally Events

CMS DiRT Rally 2 Championships

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Wales Rally GB

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Rally Poland Results

December 24, 2019 – Round 4 of the CMS Rally Championship Season 2 in Poland is in the books, and we have a repeat of last round’s podiums!

4WD
1. Michael Miesenberger
2. Tommi Neuvonen
3. Magnar Haarstadsveen

FWD
1. Michael Miesenberger
2. Tommi Neuvonen
3. Benjamin Klumpp

Results

Full Results and Standings: 4WD and FWD

Rally Poland Results

CMS Greek Rally Segment Concludes

December 12, 2019 – Round three of the CMS Rally Championship took us to Greece. Here is how it shaped-up!

4WD

1st Place: Michael Miesenberger
2nd Place: Tommi Neuvonen
3rd Place: Magnar Haarstadsveen

FWD

1st Place: Michael Miesenberger
2nd Place: Tommi Neuvonen
3rd Place: Benjamin Klumpp

Congratulation to the winning podiums!

Full results, stats, and standings are available here:

4WD Results
FWD Results

CMS Rally Championship Greece

NARS at Watkins Glen

December 5, 2019 – Congratulations to Greg Hall for winning the final race of the 2019 NARS Autumn Series at Watkins Glen. Congratulations to Greg Hall, winner of 2019 NARS Autumn Series Group A, and to Jon Uyan, Winner of 2019 NARS Autumn Series Group A. Additional results are pending outstanding IRRs by the reviewing committee.

Results

2019 NARS Autumn Series

ACC Sprint Finale – Spa Race 2

December 2, 2019 – With the final race done and the season complete, we’d first like to thank everyone for participating! Secondly, make sure to keep an eye on the Mondays section on CMS for news regarding season 2! Without further delay, onto the final race report of the season!

Race 2

Pro – With a 1.5 point gap between Josh Staffin in 1st and John Paul Hidalgo in 2nd, the final race of the season proved to be the championship deciding one in a controversial fashion. Hidalgo led from the start, but at the end of lap 1, Staffin broke late and touched the rear of Hidalgo, sending both off the track. Hidalgo rejoined in 2nd with Keith Briscoe taking the lead, while Staffin fell back to 4th behind Austin Vicari. Other victims of poor starts included Don Bélanger, who decided to retire on lap 1, and Bubba Jones, who collided with Ricardo Navon (Silver) and dropped the pair towards the back of the field. Staffin and Vicari’s battling allowed JT Tami (Silver) to move between the pair up into 3rd overall, with Staffin clearing Vicari for 4th on lap 3, and Tami (Silver) later on lap 4. Briscoe continued to hold Hidalgo at bay as Staffin closed in on the pair, but on lap 8 Briscoe made a mistake that allowed Hidalgo to take the lead and open a gap. Unfortunately, the incident between Hidalgo and Staffin would prove costly, as the damage eventually caught Hidalgo off-guard and sent him spinning off into the barriers on lap 10, dropping to 3rd and allowing Briscoe and Staffin a clear run to the finish. Briscoe defended flawlessly, holding off Staffin and securing the win and 4th in the Overall Championship. Staffin would come home on his tail in 2nd, taking 1st in the Overall Championship. Hidalgo completed the podium further back, resulting in 2nd in the Overall Championship.

Silver – First in the Silver Class Championship was up for grabs between JT Tami and Eric Andersen, with only 3.5 points between them. Tami led alongside Ricardo Navon at the start, fighting side-by-side until a mistake from Bubba Jones (Pro) behind caused Jones to slam into the side of Navon, dropping the Navon to 7th overall and 3rd in class behind Dominic Guerin. Tami escaped unscathed, and was able to pass Josh Staffin (Pro) and Austin Vicari (Pro) who were holding each other up, moving Tami into 3rd overall for a brief period. Eric Andersen, who had failed to set a time in qualifying 2, started 14th and was well off the class lead by the time the field settled in. On lap 9, Navon had caught up to the rear of Tami and was pressuring well. Lap 11 Andersen passed Guerin for 8th overall and 3rd in class, with a fair gap between himself and Navon. On lap 12, Navon got into the rear of Tami, pushing him into the runoff; Tami kept control of his Aston and carried on without losing further positions. Navon went on to maintain the class lead and 4th overall, and secured 3rd in the Silver Championship ahead of Dave Hassar, who struggled in both races. Tami finished 2nd in class and 5th overall, taking victory in Silver Class. Andersen finished further back, 3rd in class and 8th overall, taking 2nd in the Silver Championship.

AM – Michael Mortensen looked to maintain the points gap to Dominic Guerin (Silver) and Austin Vicari (Pro) behind. With Don Bélanger (Pro) and Dave Slee (Silver) retiring, Mortensen was promoted to 13th overall by the end of lap 1. While not quite able to match the Silvers in terms of pace, the chance for positions didn’t escape Mortensen as Steve Poe (Silver) had made an error on lap 4 that dropped him just within reach. Mortensen followed closely and attempted a move down the inside of turn 1 on lap 5, but couldn’t quite make it stick. Mortensen continued on a consistent drive to the finish, remaining 13th overall to match his 13th place in the Overall Championship, maintaining position ahead of Vicari (Pro) and Guerin (Silver).

Results

ACC Sprint Finale – Spa Race 2

ACC Sprint Finale – Spa Race 1

December 2, 2019 – ACC Sprint Finale – Spa Race 1

Driver Classification Updates:
Dave Slee: First race, to Silver
Jux Edgar: Name updated to Steve Poe

The subsequent reports will be written with these changes included.

Race 1

Pro – A rainy qualifying 1 shuffled the order, with Bubba Jones, Don Bélanger and Austin Vicari all starting well down the order. Josh Staffin, John Paul Hidalgo and Keith Briscoe held their respective starting positions with a clean run up Raidillon. Jones had to take to the run-off to avoid Steve Poe (Silver) spinning in front of him, dropping from 9th to 11th. Vicari capitalized on the incident to move up to 8th overall. With Staffin struggling up Raidillon, Hidalgo took the lead on lap 2 and promptly opened a gap. Lap 5, Bélanger went for a late move against Dave Slee (Silver) for 9th; they collided and spun, with Bélanger taking serious damage, dropping him out of contention and putting his position in the Overall Championship at risk. Vicari and Jones made their way through the field up to 4th and 5th respectively, until a mistake from Vicari saw him run wide at turn 1 on lap 12, allowing Jones through. Hidalgo was a risk of running out of fuel in the closing stages, but had created enough of a gap back to Staffin to maintain the lead and come home in 1st. Staffin finished in 2nd, with Briscoe having fallen away from the pair and coming home a distant 3rd.

Silver – JT Tami led the Silver pack at the start in 4th overall, with Ricardo Navon and Eric Andersen for company. Dominic Guerin collided with Steve Poe at the start, dropping Poe to the back of the field. A moment of snap-oversteer from Guerin dropped him from 9th to 11th. Contact between Dave Slee and Don Bélanger (Pro) on lap 5 dropped the pair from 9th and 10th overall to 13th and 11th respectively, and well away from the leaders of their respective classes. On Lap 7, Dave Hassar pitted for repairs after a spin into the barriers, falling out of contention. Andersen had dropped back from Tami and Navon, until a collision between the pair on Lap 9 saw them fall to 7th and 8th respectively, giving Andersen the class lead. Valenzuela retired on lap 10, after slamming into the barriers at speed up Eau Rouge. Poe would stop for repairs on lap 12 after another collision with Guerin, meeting the barriers and falling away from the class leaders. Slee ran out of fuel on the final lap, dropping from 10th overall to 12th. Andersen would come home 1st in class and 6th overall, with Tami just holding Navon at bay for 2nd and 3rd in class (7th and 8th overall respectively).

AM – Michael Mortensen, being tied with Jorge Rivera on points in the AM class, was the only AM present this round; as such, barring any incidents, he would claim the AM Class victory here and could dedicate his efforts towards bringing home a solid finish for the Overall Championship. Mortensen ran a clean race, staying out of trouble and gained well through others’ misfortune, resulting in an 11th place overall and securing the AM Class Championship.

Results

ACC Sprint Finale - Spa Race 1

MNRL ’74 911 at Snetterton

November 19, 2019 – Car troubles would see points leader Joe Miller sit out the Snetterton races. Jason Whited took advantage of the situation and with wins in both races, took back his championship points lead.

Gilles Lalonde took P2 in both races. Pete Holm and Aaron Page were both able to grab their first overall podium of the series finishing P3 in respective races.

In seniors division, Race 1 podiums were as follows. P1 – Pete Holm P2 – Jerry Hamilton P3 – Aaron Page. And in Race 2 it was Aaron Page taking the P1 spot, followed by senior points leader Jerry Hamilton in P2, and Pete Holm rounding out the top 3.

Results

MNRL '74 911 at Snetterton