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Grand Prix Manager 2001 - Brazil, Race (1 Vacancy)

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This is a Formula 1 forum management series, where 11 massively fortunate members of the forum get the chance to manager a Formula 1 team. An introduction, with further information and game rules can be found here: http://forums.codemasters.com/discussion/45046/grand-prix-manager-introduction-and-sign-up
 
2001 SEASON LINE UP

Team 1: Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro
Team Principal: mike96
Driver 1: Michael Schumacher
Driver 2: Rubens Barrichello
Test Driver:  Luca Badoer
Engine: Ferrari
Tyres:  Bridgestone

Team 2: West McLaren Mercedes
Team Principal: Reub09
Driver 1: Mika Hakkinen
Driver 2: David Coulthard
Test Driver: Alexander Wurz
Engine: Mercedes
Tyres: Bridgestone

Team 3: BMW WilliamsF1 Team
Team Principal: MBKF1
Driver 1: Ralf Schumacher
Driver 2: Juan Pablo Montoya
Test Driver: Marc Gené
Engine: BMW
Tyres: Michelin

Team 4: Mild Seven Benetton Renault
Team Principal: f1since08*
Driver 1: Giancarlo Fisichella
Driver 2: Jenson Button
Test Driver: Mark Webber
Engine: Renault
Tyres: Michelin

Team 5: Lucky Strike BAR Honda
Team Principal: cougar1981
Driver 1: Olivier Panis
Driver 2: Jacques Villeneuve
Test Driver: Anthony Davidson
Engine: Honda
Tyres: Bridgestone

Team 6: B&H Jordan Honda
Team Principal: SynGamer
Driver 1: Heinz-Harald Frentzen
Driver 2: Jarno Trulli
Test Driver: Ricardo Zonta
Engine: Honda
Tyres: Bridgestone

Team 7: Orange Arrows Asiatech
Team Principal: Vettelfan
Driver 1: Jos Verstappen
Driver 2: Enrique Bernoldi
Test Driver: Johnny Herbert
Engine: Asiatech (Peugeot)
Tyres: Bridgestone

Team 8: Red Bull Sauber Petronas
Team Principal: Hughesy
Driver 1: Nick Heidfeld
Driver 2: Kimi Raikkonen
Test Driver: Felipe Massa
Engine: Petronas (Ferrari)
Tyres: Bridgestone

Team 9: Jaguar Racing
Team Principal: RevolvingPrawn
Driver 1: Eddie Irvine
Driver 2: Luciano Burti
Test Driver: Pedro de la Rosa
Engine: Cosworth
Tyres: Michelin

Team 10: European Minardi F1
Team Principal: Jiggy
Driver 1: Tarso Marques
Driver 2: Fernando Alonso
Test Driver: Alex Yoong
Engine: European (Cosworth)
Tyres: Michelin

Team 11: Prost Acer

Team Principal: f1since08*
Driver 1: Jean Alesi
Driver 2: Gastón Mazzacane
Test Driver: Tomas Enge
Engine: Acer (Ferrari)
Tyres: Michelin

RESERVE LIST

2001 GRAND PRIX CALANDER

Pre-season Test Session 1 - Barcelona
Fastest Lap: Juan Pablo Montoya - Williams -  1:19.970

Pre-season Test Session 2 - Jerez
Fastest Lap: Jarno Trulli - Jordan - 1:24.078

Pre-season Test Session 3 - Mugello
Fastest Lap: Michael Schumacher - Ferrari - 1:25.374

1 - Australian Grand Prix - Melbourne
Pole Position: Juan Pablo Montoya - Williams - 1:26.582
Race Winner: Mika Hakkinen - McLaren - 1:26:46.228
Fastest Lap: David Coulthard - McLaren - 1:27.815

2 - Malaysian Grand Prix - Sepang
Pole Position: Michael Schumacher - Ferrari - 1:55.125
Race Winner: Ralf Schumacher - Williams - 1:30:18.487
Fastest Lap: Juan Pablo Montoya - Williams - 1:36.641

3 - Brazilian Grand Prix - Interlagos
Pole Position: David Coulthard - McLaren - 1:13.583
Race Winner: Rubens Barrichello - Ferarri - 1:32:33.962
Fastest Lap: Mika Hakkinen - McLaren - 1:13.825

4 - San Marino Grand Prix - Imola
Pole Position:
Race Winner:
Fastest Lap:

5 - Spanish Grand Prix - Barcelona
Pole Position:
Race Winner:
Fastest Lap:

Mid-season Test Session 1 - Barcelona
Fastest Lap:

6 - Austrian Grand Prix - A1 Ring
Pole Position:
Race Winner:
Fastest Lap:

7 - Monaco Grand Prix - Monte Carlo
Pole Position:
Race Winner:
Fastest Lap:

8 - Canadian Grand Prix - Montreal
Pole Position:
Race Winner:
Fastest Lap:

9 - European Grand Prix - Nurburgring
Pole Position:
Race Winner:
Fastest Lap:

Mid-season Test Session 2 - Jerez
Fastest Lap:

10 - French Grand Prix - Magny-Cours
Pole Position:
Race Winner:
Fastest Lap:

11 - British Grand Prix - Silverstone
Pole Position:
Race Winner:
Fastest Lap:

12 - German Grand Prix - Hockenheim
Pole Position:
Race Winner:
Fastest Lap:

13 - Hungarian Grand Prix - Hungaroring
Pole Position:
Race Winner:
Fastest Lap:

Mid-season Test Session 2 - Silverstone
Fastest Lap:

14 - Belgian Grand Prix - Spa-Francorchamps
Pole Position:
Race Winner:
Fastest Lap:

15 - Italian Grand Prix - Monza
Pole Position:
Race Winner:
Fastest Lap:

16 - United States Grand Prix - Indianapolis
Pole Position:
Race Winner:
Fastest Lap:

17 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka
Pole Position:
Race Winner:
Fastest Lap:

DRIVERS CHAMPIONSHIP 
- AFTER ROUND 3


CONSTRUCTORS CHAMPIONSHIP - AFTER ROUND 3



ENGINE MARKET - NOT OPEN UNTIL MONACO

DRIVER MARKET - NOT OPEN UNTIL MONACO

TEAM BUDGETS

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PM sent, or do I need to post here. Want to make sure I know what is what before everything starts :)

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PMs are for driver contracts and Grand Prix/testing strategies (the latter being the one I sent out), post whatever you like here.

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Minardi it is then!                                                                               

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My first announcement as boss of European Minardi Platypus Racing F1 will be to announce that Max Verstappen has been signed to our young driver's programme.

He will be undertaking testing at our new facilities.



That is all.

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f1since08 asked me a few questions so I figured I'll post some info here;
  • Tyres contracts, like driver and engine contracts, are open at Monaco, however they are not limited to teams and are totally free.
  • I'm aiming to run a test session/Grand Prix every week so that everyone has enough time to get their strategies in and that I can run this consistently
  • Sponsors are non negotiable, would involve a massive amount of work for that kind of system to function properly
  • Driver stats will become available after the test session, and will concern Qualifying Pace, Race Pace and Consistency. Their pay will be displayed on the contracts section at the Monaco Grand Prix.
  • Cheaper engines: you can negotiate with a supplier before a Grand Prix and you have the option for a cheaper version of an engine, badged as one of your sponsors but at the cost of power and reliability.

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Really looking forward to seeing how this all unfolds, thanks for organising Mex!

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Yea but my team is currently Red Bull Sauber :p I also have McLaren so there's pressure to win. 

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Just need one more message then I can run all three test sessions this week, will do Australia next week.

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Ferrari for me! I agree with what Matt said, it's been a long time since we had a forum game that lasted so I'm really looking forward to it! 

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Awesome, looking forward to this. If McLaren fail I'm going to come out with some Ron speak  B)

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MONTOYA TOPS TEST IN BARCELONA
Pre-season testing for 2001 has begun, with Williams debutant and CART champion Juan Pablo Montoya fastest in the session ahead of teammate Ralf Schumacher and Jordan's Jarno Trulli. Ferarri were only 8th and 11th, clearly not bothered at this point to show its ultimate pace.

Enrique Bernoldi's Arrows ran into catastrophic technical difficulties midway through his first timed lap, a fire destroyed the inside of the car, and with no spare chassis at the test, the Brazilian newboy had to sit out the rest of the session while Jos Verstappen went 16th, after curiously giving unpleasant looks at the Minardi team boss.

Test sessions in Jerez and Mugello are to follow.


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The gaps are wrong :p                                                                                   

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That's interesting, I don't remember Luciano Burti driving for Prost...

Also, that's a surprisingly good time from Mazzacane! Go on son!

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I don't remember being half-cut when I did this but that's my official excuse for now :p

fixd it now yayyyy

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