Tuesday, May 30, 2017

LFS GT1 World Series Finale 2012/2013 at Aston

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And there we have it, the 2012/2013 GT1 World Series by New Dimension Racing has come an end. The 12-hour final round around Aston Historic was trouble-filled with server issues, red flags, and safety cars. A drop in motivation prior to the finale had the team entering with the aim to just bring the car home and secure the title after a stellar season performance.

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No Rest at Kyoto - 24-Hour Special

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Rendevouz for one of the biggest happenings this year in LFS would be Kyoto, Japan. The 24-hour race - this time hosted by New Dimension Racing instead of the Masters Of Endurance like previous years. A well packed field however, if not one of the most competitive ones in 24-hour history as 28 teams would tackle the Kyoto Grand Prix for the prestigeous win in the virtual endurance event.

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LFS Community Year End Awards 2012

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The 2012 Live for Speed Community Awards have come and gone. Special thanks to Jonathan Palmer and the other contributors for the duties they carried out in order to keep this Live for Speed tradition alive. 2012 was a really competitive year in Live For Speed with many teams improving their pace and consistancy, we look forward to further improve ourselves and to race everyone during 2013!

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2012 LFS GT2 World Series Champions

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We came to the LFS GT2 World Series Finale at Kyoto with a points-gap so large that we only had to show up for the race and not get DQ to get the championship. But who are we kidding, second place is the first loser so we obviosly didn't come completly unprepared. The final round would be held on the long Kyoto Grand Touring Super GT X324 pi 3.14, a track consisting of long straights, unforgivable highspeed corners and hairpins, very demanding on driver and setup.

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Good Form in GT2 World Series Continues

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The penultimate round of the NDR GT2 World Series saw our Finnish duo - Matti and Teemu take on the 3 hour race around South City. Would this be the race where we could clinch the title? We would need to win the race and hope that CoRe didn't get better then 6th after their pole. We had a really poor preparation compared to westhill where we also took the win after a falck decided he wanted to grow bigger wings and changed setup mid-race.

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ineX Racing secure International GT Championship title

 
Four teams approached the final round of the International GT Championship season with mathematical chances of still winning the title. But, providing ineX Racing finished the race it looked like a straight fight between ineX and The Danish Racing Team (TDRT) for the championship glory. The season - shortened to just four rounds showed much promise for boosting activity and inducing competition, but the final round held at the AS28 open configuration would be the main focus now - consisting of many high speed and tightening radius corners providing tough challenges to the drivers.

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