P1LMS 2022 6h of Silverstone - Talk

Discussion in 'Race Information' started by Markus Broch, Apr 5, 2022.

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  1. Markus Broch

    Markus Broch Administrator Staff Member P1 gaming e.V.

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    Discuss any race specific topics here (or open your own thread).
     
  2. Jan Kattau

    Jan Kattau Member

    @LMP1-Driver: Pls. train on the server while there are GTEs and LMP2s.
    The speed-difference is brutal. In some sections it´s even more dangerous than in Estoril and Monza.
     
  3. Christoph Winter

    Christoph Winter New Member

    How is the general feeling about track cuts?
    In some places they feel completely stupid (for example exit of luffield, you touch the grass behind the astroturf, you lose time and get a cut), and in some places I lift and lose 1s when I go off track (copse, chapel), but still get a cut.

    I have a feeling that there will be many DTs due to unreasonable cuts.
     
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  4. Rene von Dobschuetz

    Rene von Dobschuetz Well-Known Member P1 gaming e.V.

    My feeling is, it is like it is. It´s the same for everyone and everyone could avoid it. I think there is over all no chance for P1 to change something at the track and the stewards would not watch every report and request to cancel the penalty.
    We did it two or three times on Silverstone in the LMS and i could not recognize major problems with countless penalties.
     
  5. Gerhard Lindauer

    Gerhard Lindauer Administrator Staff Member P1 gaming e.V.

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    It's in every driver's responsibility to know the track-limits from practice. And as Rene said, same for everyone. If the limit was a wall it would hurt a lot more ;)
     
  6. Christoph Winter

    Christoph Winter New Member

    Well if there was a wall, I would approach the corner differently ;) But I get your point.
    I just wanted to get a general feeling of how other drivers feel about it, I know that nothing can be really changed.
    As the saying goes: The race is long.
     
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