Discussion in 'Porsche Cayman GT4 Closed' started by Ken Jagger, Apr 5, 2019.
Ken I have only just noticed that there is 1 week between Zolder and Pau and 3 weeks between Pau and Vallelunga. Should Pau be 11th July?
No the calendar is correct as I've had to schedule this series and others around my personal availability for Admin hosting responsibilities.
back to back races!
Is it a change to drive rest of the cayman calendar? I wont ruin the rest of the pilots posibilitiies on winning the champ
Daniel you are welcome anytime to join our series whenever you are able.
Which variant of Rouen is scheduled for the next race as there are 4 to choose from?
??? I'm only seeing one track with the download from our race page. It's called "rouen-les-essarts-206-rtb-long4.2"
There are 4 variants in the downloaded rar file, hence why i asked
Sorry Chris, got my knickers in a twist somewhere along the line.
We will be using the layout referred to above - rouen-les-essarts-206-rtb-long4.2
Congratulations on Bart Zweerink on taking three wins, six podiums and the Series Championship for Driver and the Sim Racing Holland Team.
Also to Simon & Martin for 2nd/3rd in the series and 2nd in the Teams Championship for C&S Motorsport.
Thanks to all who supported this series and looking forward to welcoming you to the next AC weekday series starting soon.
Thanks for organising Ken.
Congratulations to Bart & SRH for their championship wins.
Thanks to C & S Motorsport team members for their consistent participation. I know there have been some difficult choices to make, should I race or should I go on holiday or should I race or should I go to work.
Also thank you to all other participants for some interesting racing.
Looking forward to the next series we participate in
Thanks For Season Ken quite challenging and fun cars to drive ,look forward to next season whatever it may bring.