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  1. Here's the incident with George Russell on Lap 1 from his perspective. Terrible from me to dip a wheel onto the grass in any case - I didn't have any rhythm at all at that stage - but he shouldn't be sticking his car in there in my honest opinion... 20201102_191008.mp4
  2. AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX Wycombe Racing's debut weekend in Formula One began reasonably well considering the expectations. I was 16th in the first practice session, and Raghunathan was quicker than Latifi at the bottom of the timesheet, which highlights a minor superiority over the Williams team. Our car is more power-friendly (5/23 going into the weekend), while our aerodynamics (2/24) and chassis (0/23) are very poor, and the Albert Park circuit is one which favours the latter, and this was emphasised by the practice programmes, which all asked way too much of me in terms of pace. The only
  3. No idea - I changed it from the one on the wall (which I used previously) to the one in the top right, but for some reason it's like that. It should be the one in the top right, the blue W.
  4. WYCOMBE RACING CAR REVEAL Just as with the football team, Wycombe Racing will be sporting a light and dark blue livery, as seen below:
  5. Introduction Not content with their football team being the talk of the country after their hugely unexpected promotion into the Championship, reaching the second tier of English football for the first time in their history, the town of Wycombe are now represented on the biggest motorsport stage of all - the Formula One grid. Wycombe Racing will adorn the same famous light and dark blue colours of their footballing partners, and while they're obviously going to be regarded as huge underdogs in the beginning, that particular tag has always sat well with the management of the Chairboys and
  6. The race calendar is always changing from year to year, with some tracks being moved earlier, some later, some tracks being dropped and others brought in. We already have drivers moving between teams in Driver Career and My Team, why can't we have some flexibility with the calendar from season to season as well? There could be a pool of 25-30 tracks and the calendar would consist of 21 of them in any given season - would pique my interest more if I saw the calendar for Season 2 and we had Monaco in August, Spa in April and the title decider taking place in a rousing finale at Monza!
  7. Afternoon, The other really strange occurrence that I've noticed during my F2 campaign is that during wet races, some cars will repeatedly make pit stops to change their wet tyres over. This has happened in the Sprint Race at Silverstone and now the Sprint Race at the Hungarian GP, both of which started in the wet, but it didn't happen at all in the Feature Race in Baku, which also started in the wet. At Silverstone, I wondered if it was due to wet weather during the practice session and this causing issues for the AI with regards to being on the freshest Wet tyres duri
  8. Afternoon, In my Driver Career, I'm going through the full F2 season before hopefully making the jump to F1. I've noticed a few oddities as I've progressed through the season, and none more bizarre than at Monaco, when during the qualifying session, only one car from each team was loaded into the session. My teammate was not present, and there were only 10 cars in the 30-minute session. When qualifying had finished, everyone in my session finished in an even-numbered position (2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th, 10th etc...), and in the pre-race preview for the Feature Race, Alex Jakes
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