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Formula One / Re: F! 2023 Season
« on: August 13, 2022, 02:27:02 PM »
perhaps this needs to be in the IndyCar topic?  ;D
No.  Dan's future wherever it might land, is pertinent to this F1 thread.

Or should I say, "F!" thread?

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Formula One / Re: F! 2023 Season
« on: August 12, 2022, 07:56:17 AM »
5.Ricciardo gets a drive with Alpine and the comparison with Ocon proves to everyone whether it was just the McLaren or he just got older and slower OR he doesn’t get a drive and rides off into the sunset with $21million and Heidi Berger.
THAT would be about the best thing to watch in 2023 if it goes that way.  I personally think this would be a GREAT deal for Dan.  I would take Alpine over McLaren right now myself, but what do I know.  I am still driving a Pontiac.

One more thing about IndyCars, Alan:  They still race ovals.  Like them or hate them, when you see a car go by at 200+ mph into a corner, and you know they are not lifting, it really gets your attention.  And then they do it about 200 more times as the laps click off.

Yes, the cars have been dumbed down, but take it from me.  In the 90s, when they still raced at Michigan International Speedway where the qually speeds were up in the high 230s, you cannot IMAGINE how fast a car can go and still be nimble enough to make moves.  That was the allure of the times for the series.  I guess I am still holding out hope that they return there some day.

O for the "old days"!   8) 

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Formula One / Re: F! 2023 Season
« on: August 12, 2022, 07:35:29 AM »
I’m not disputing the racing is exciting although I only can watch the9 highlights.
However I will stand by my comments.Sato,Power,Dixon,Johnson,Castro Neves and others are past the age where anyone but a Hamilton or Alonso could not be a joke in F1.A lot of the younger European drivers that go there and succeed have never looked like being a contender for a F1 drive.Applies to Veekay,Palou,Aitken.Compare them to Verstappen,Norris,Piastri.As for the young Americans you can go from being an undistinguished 3rd driver for the last team on the grid to winning the self proclaimed “greatest race in the world” in a few months-see Alexander Rossi.
It is nearly humorous to see Indycar touted as a path th F1 when every driver who has made the switch in the last 30 years with the exception of Villeneuve and Montoya has been way out of their depth.
Indycar is consisiderably slower than F2 going by COTA lap time comparisons and the cars are not going to help anyone prepare for F1.
Like I said an entertaining series but……..
Point well made Alan.  But I don't wouldn't throw them aside like you.

I can remember years back at Monaco, pre-race they were interviewing Dario Franchitti on the grid walk.  He was asked if he ever thought about F1 and he was more than willing to step up to the task, but at the time the only rides on the grid were back markers and grid fillers.  So he never left IndyCars and went on to a great career here.

The CART/IRL split of the 90s destroyed the series when it was at its peak and it is still trying to recover and is now doing so with leaps and bounds.  Guys like Will Power, Scott Dixon, Josef Newgarden, etc., never really had a good opportunity to go to F1.  Rossi was there, but Marussia/Manor was not really expected to do anything.  Hence his jump to IndyCars.  He's a good talent.

There are only so many good rides in F1.  IndyCars has a lot more opportunity.  IMSA/sports cars even more. 

These guys are good.  They just don't have the skids greased for them to get into F1.

Point well made, though sir.  Good to see we have passion on the forum.  If you want an internet lead to watch Indycars, PM me.

Cheers.


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Formula One / Re: F! 2023 Season
« on: August 08, 2022, 04:14:50 PM »
Retirement the best option unless he is truly motivated to go and race against all the old men and Euro junior formula flops that make up the grid in IndyCar.
C'mon Alan.  Really?

Jeez.....

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General Discussion / Re: I am so unloved
« on: August 08, 2022, 03:57:39 PM »
It'd be really interesting if we could see how many smites each user has handed out! On some sites such as Stack Exchange, it costs you points to downvote things.... not a bad idea.
That would be VERY interesting.

And good to see,,,,

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General / IMSA - 2023 Calendar
« on: August 06, 2022, 11:38:04 PM »
IMS in; Detroit, Mid-Ohio out as IMSA Unveils 2023 schedule
By Richard S. James | August 5, 2022 7:25 PM ET

The previously-announced addition of Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the elimination of Detroit and Mid-Ohio highlight the announcement of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship schedule during IMSA’s annual State of the Sport presentation at Road America. The full schedule otherwise includes the venues familiar to the series in recent years.

“IMSA has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to re-energize our existing base of sports car racing fans and reach new audiences in 2023 and beyond,” said IMSA President John Doonan. “With the introduction of our new GTP prototypes, a robust and stable platform for GT racing, a renewed focus on sustainability and a calendar filled with legendary road racing venues, all of the ingredients are in place for continued success.”

As expected, the increased participation of IMSA WeatherTech Championship teams at the 24 Hours of Le Mans precludes including the early June Grand Prix of Detroit on the schedule. The Detroit weekend will, however, feature the GS category of the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge.

The 2023 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship will include a total of 11 races, with six events to feature all five WeatherTech Championship classes: GTP, LMP2, LMP3, GTD PRO and GTD. The new GTP class will appear in nine races, with GT classes in each race on the schedule.

The IMSA Michelin Endurance Cup will include all classes for the four traditional endurance events: the Rolex 24 At Daytona (Jan. 26-29), Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Presented by Advance Auto Parts (March 15-18), Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen (June 22-25) and the 10-hour Motul Petit Le Mans at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta (Oct. 11-14). Five-class races also will be held at Road America (Aug. 4-6) and Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Sept. 15-17).

The new GTP class will have a total of nine events in 2023, adding Long Beach (April 14-15), WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca (May 12-14) and Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (July 7-9). The GTD PRO and GTD classes will compete in all 11 WeatherTech Championship races, including GT-only events at Lime Rock Park (July 21-22) and Virginia International Raceway (Aug. 25-27). The WeatherTech Sprint Cup for GTD has been discontinued.

The LMP2 class also will compete at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca and LMP3 will return to Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. The Rolex 24 At Daytona will not count toward full-season WeatherTech Championship points for the LMP2 or LMP3 classes.

In addition to the race events, the annual Roar Before the Rolex 24 At Daytona returns on the weekend of Jan. 20-22. In preparation for the 2023 season, IMSA-sanctioned testing for GTP cars will be held at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta on Oct. 3-5 and at Daytona International Speedway on Dec. 6-7.

A sanctioned test for all WeatherTech Championship competitors also is planned for Sebring International Raceway in February 2023.

Although paddock rumors suggested an FIA bronze-rated driver requirement for GTD, that class will continue unchanged. However the series reinforced its commitment to bronze-rated drivers via the Bob Akin Bronze Cup championship. Top bronze drivers in GTD will be recognized on the post-race podium at each event and the Bob Akin Bronze Cup season champion will receive an entry to the following year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans.

IMSA is evaluating additional incentives for bronze drivers regarding qualifying format and drive-time.

IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship 2023 schedule
Roar Before the 24, Jan. 20-22
Rolex 24 at Daytona, Jan. 26-29
Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring, March 15-18
Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, April 14-15
WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, May 12-14
Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen, June 22-25
Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, July 7-9
Lime Rock Park (GT only), July 21-22
Road America, Aug. 4-6
Virginia International Raceway (GT only), Aug. 25-27
Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Sept. 15-17
Motul Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta, Oct. 11-14

https://racer.com/2022/08/05/ims-in-detroit-mid-ohio-out-as-imsa-unveils-2023-schedule/

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Formula One / Re: F! 2023 Season
« on: August 06, 2022, 11:34:54 PM »
About a day old.....

McLaren in Ricciardo Exit Talks Before Piastri Announcement
By Chris Medland | August 5, 2022 10:32 AM ET

McLaren is in negotiations with Daniel Ricciardo about his departure from the team and trying to facilitate a move to another Formula 1 outfit before it announces Oscar Piastri’s arrival.

RACER understands McLaren feels it has a valid contract with Piastri for 2023 after Alpine failed to complete formalities within the timeframe it was required to when signing the Australian to his reserve contract for 2022. The McLaren contract was finalized prior to any mooted July 31 deadline, making such a date irrelevant to Piastri’s move or Fernando Alonso’s switch to Aston Martin.

Piastri’s management team includes former F1 driver Mark Webber, who enjoys a close relationship with McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl having raced for the German at Porsche in the World Endurance Championship from 2014-16.

Having secured Piastri’s services, McLaren is now working on financial terms to buy out the remainder of Ricciardo’s contract for next season, but also wants to try and make sure Ricciardo lands at another team, with the ideal scenario a seat swap with his fellow Australian at Alpine.

Prior to Piastri making his position clear, Alpine team principal Otmar Szafnauer had suggested there would be no issue with Ricciardo returning to the team he left at the end of 2020 from a working point of view.

It is understood Ricciardo is not currently interested in a full-time switch to IndyCar, as he has previously stated he is not a fan of racing on ovals. McLaren is in an ongoing dispute over Alex Palou’s future in IndyCar but it is believed the Piastri situation is likely to be settled before the dispute in the United States is resolved.

https://racer.com/2022/08/05/mclaren-in-ricciardo-exit-talks-before-piastri-announcement/

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Repco Supercars Championship / Re: Silly Season 2023
« on: August 06, 2022, 10:08:47 AM »
Sladey's on the move? I haven't seen that one..

I did see one report that said Holdsworth might be lined up for the seat, but that was about it.
I am assuming you mean Holdsworth for Slade's seat?

Not Slade for Lee's seat?

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TCR Australia / Re: 2022 Season
« on: August 03, 2022, 09:15:19 PM »
QR this weekend after quite a few months off.  I'll be giving it a look for sure.

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Formula One / Re: F! 2023 Season
« on: August 03, 2022, 05:39:01 AM »
HERE WE GO!

Alpine Promotes Piastri to 2023 Race Seat Amid Rumored McLaren Interest
By Chris Medland | August 2, 2022 12:54 PM ET

Alpine claims Oscar Piastri will race for the team in 2023 despite doubts over his intentions, and without comment from the young Australian.

Piastri was expected to replace Fernando Alonso after the Spaniard joined Aston Martin, but earlier on Tuesday Alpine team principal Otmar Szafnauer admitted to the BBC there could be a dispute ahead with the Australian’s management team – including Mark Webber – believed to have spoken to McLaren about a possible switch.

“Oscar and his camp are ‘considering their options,’ whatever that means,” Szafnauer said. “I’m not privy to whatever pre-arrangement he has with McLaren if any any all but I hear the same rumors you do. But I do know he does have contractual obligations to us and we do to him.”

However, just a few hours later, Alpine announced that Piastri would race for the team, but unusually there was no comment from Piastri nor any social media posts confirming the news from his side.

Alpine states it has promoted Piastri “in line with the commitments made by the team to the young Australian”, and pointedly states that since it promoted him to reserve driver he “has since been undergoing, under the team’s guidance and its full financial support, an intensive and comprehensive training program of private tests in the race-winning A521, the 2021 Alpine F1 car, race support and simulator sessions to prepare him for the next big step into F1”.

The announcement was also made at 2am Australian time regarding the 21-year-old, who has been in demand since winning three junior titles in a row, culminating in last year’s Formula 2 championship.

“Oscar is a bright and rare talent,” Szafnauer said. “We are proud to have nurtured and supported him through the difficult pathways of the junior formulae.

“Through our collaboration over the past four years, we have seen him develop and mature into a driver who is more than capable of taking the step up to Formula 1.

“As our reserve driver he has been exposed to the team at the track, factory and testing where he has shown the maturity, promise and speed to ensure his promotion to our second seat alongside Esteban [Ocon]. Together, we believe the duo will give us the continuity we need to achieve our long-term goal of challenging for wins and championships.”

In IndyCar, McLaren is currently involved in a legal dispute over Alex Palou, having announced the defending IndyCar champion had signed for the team after Chip Ganassi Racing made its own announcements claiming it had retained his services, only for Palou to dispute that.

McLaren offered no comment when approached by RACER about the Piastri situation on Tuesday.

https://racer.com/2022/08/02/alpine-promotes-piastri-to-2023-race-seat-amid-rumored-mclaren-interest/

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Less than two hours later.....

‘I will not be driving for Alpine next year’ - Piastri
By Chris Medland | August 2, 2022 2:28 PM ET

Oscar Piastri says he will not be driving for Alpine in 2023 despite the team announcing his promotion to a Formula 1 race seat earlier today.

In a remarkably similar scenario to the one involving Alex Palou, Chip Ganassi Racing and McLaren in IndyCar, Alpine announced Piastri as Fernando Alonso’s replacement on Tuesday afternoon European time despite team principal Otmar Szafnauer admitting he believed there were contractual complications involving Piastri being linked to a switch to McLaren.

A quote from Piastri in the team press release was conspicuous by its absence, and after initially failing to respond to the announcement on social media the young Australian has now stated that he is not contracted to the team in 2023.

“I understand that, without my agreement, Alpine F1 have put out a press release late this afternoon that I am driving for them next year,” Piastri said. “This is wrong and I have not signed a contract with Alpine for 2023. I will not be driving for Alpine next year.”

The comment from Piastri all but confirms he has an agreement in place with another team – believed to be McLaren – which would bring Daniel Ricciardo’s position into question.

Unlike the Palou situation, when McLaren announced the Spaniard’s planned arrival, McLaren has yet to comment.

https://racer.com/2022/08/02/i-will-not-be-driving-for-alpine-next-year-piastri/

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Formula One / Re: F! 2023 Season
« on: August 03, 2022, 04:42:05 AM »
Well, I wasn't expecting this!
https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/fernando-alonso-switches-to-aston-martin-f1-team-from-2023/10347079/
:o

Not to go off topic, but if we slide over to IndyCars there is a court case brewing between owner Chip Ganassi and driver Alex Palou.  Palou is the defending champ.  Chip says he is exercising his 2023 contract option with Palou and keeping him.  Alex says he has signed with McLaren (Indy).  Rumor mill it is for him to set up his shot at McLaren F1 down the road.

So there are a couple of spoons in the pot right now as IndyCar might be adding a little more spice to the soup.

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oh yeah, it was great to see the commentating team up to their old antics, showing footage of the BJR driver using a windscreen cleaner.  As soon as I saw it I thought 'here we go, penalty soon' and then that piece of **** James Taylor gives him a whack
I remember a few years back at Phillip Island (I think) the cameras caught a half dozen cars coming into pit lane cutting the final corner/crossing a line.  They were all pinged.  Then the question came up, who ELSE did this?  The officials were using the TV camera crew to enforce their rules. 

The next race there that round they stationed an official at pit entrance to actually watch for the infractions.

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V8 Supercar Fantasy League / Re: 2022 V8CFL - General Chat
« on: August 01, 2022, 05:58:33 PM »
Finally a podium!
TWO this weekend!

Coming good at the right time of the year  ;D
Yes you are.

I am inching my way back up....

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V8 Supercar Fantasy League / Re: 2022 V8CFL - General Chat
« on: August 01, 2022, 03:24:42 PM »
Tailem Bend Results are posted.

A1 SimSports has gone to the top of the table aided by a win in the rain in Race 3.  Pepsi Max Racing scored two silver medals and Ain't Care Motorsports two bronzes.

Race 1 podium:
1 R&K Motorsports / mikeamerica84 / Ford Mustang
2 Pepsi Max Racing / CP / Ford Mustang
3 Ain't Care Motorsports / skaifeman / Holden Commodore ZB

Race 2 podium:
1 Shogun Autosport / Helix / Ford Mustang Gen 3
2 Bump and Run Racing / Troy01505 / Chevrolet Camaro HSV ZL1
3 K-Miesta Motorsport / kennymiesta / Holden Commodore VF

Race 3 podium:
1 A1 SimSports / V8SuperRiley / Ford Mustang
2 Pepsi Max Racing / CP / Ford Mustang
3 Ain't Care Motorsports / skaifeman / Holden Commodore ZB

No post race penalties. 

SVG took all honors with fast lap time in all three races.

We'll all get back together in a few weeks at Sandown.

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V8 Supercar Fantasy League / 2022 V8CFL - Current Table/Results Round 8
« on: August 01, 2022, 03:10:38 PM »
V8CFL Table / Through Round 8 / Tailem Bend           Points      Race Finishes

                                                                  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th


1  A1 SimSports                 V8SuperRiley          1769        5     3     0     3     1       4  Ford Mustang
2  The Arrow Mazda Motorsport   TheArrow              1748        3     1     3     2     4      57  Mazda6 GL
3  Shogun Autosport             Helix                 1701        3     0     1     2     5       1  Ford Mustang Gen 3
4  K-Miesta Motorsport          kennymiesta           1699        1     2     4     4     2      51  Holden Commodore VF
5  R&K Motorsports              mikeamerica84         1661        3     1     3     0     2     084  Ford Mustang
6  Bump and Run Racing          Troy01505             1606        3     3     1     1     0     015  Chevrolet Camaro HSV ZL1
7  Pepsi Max Racing             CP                    1595        2     5     3     1     0      72N Ford Mustang
8  Ecurie Escargot              stevo qld             1595        1     0     2     3     2      48  Ford Mustang
9  TAA Performance              Jetpac-013            1560        0     3     1     1     1     013  Ford Mustang V6TT
10 Ain’t Care Motorsports       skaifeman             1531        0     1     2     3     3      25  Holden Commodore ZB
11 Super Seven Racing Aotearoa  formerlyHolden51      1516        1     3     1     0     0       7  Toyota Camry SX
12 WOFTAM Racing                Professor             1449        1     1     1     2     2     696  Holden Commodore ZB
13 Kalyara Racing Team          Kytabu                1396        0     0     1     1     1      23  Ford Focus ST V8

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Tailem Bend

V8CFL Round 8 Race 1                                   V8CFL Points    Supercar Points

1  R&K Motorsports              mikeamerica84          100             377
2  Pepsi Max Racing             CP                      92             373
3  Ain’t Care Motorsports       skaifeman               86             355
4  Ecurie Escargot              stevo qld               80             343
5  A1 SimSports                 V8SuperRiley            74             337
6  Super Seven Racing Aotearoa  formerlyHolden51        68             329
7  TAA Performance              Jetpac-013              64             323
8  WOFTAM Racing                Professor               60             319
9  Shogun Autosport             Helix                   56             311
10 The Arrow Mazda Motorsport   TheArrow                52             311
11 Bump and Run Racing          Troy01505               48             299
12 K-Miesta Motorsport          kennymiesta             46             299
13 Kalyara Racing Team          Kytabu                  44             297


1  R&K Motorsports              mikeamerica84           92  86  64  68  24  28  15 = 377
2  Pepsi Max Racing             CP                      80  92  44  68  46  34   9 = 373
3  Ain’t Care Motorsports       skaifeman               52  86  64  68  24  46  15 = 355
4  Ecurie Escargot              stevo qld               92  86  30  68  24  34   9 = 343
5  A1 SimSports                 V8SuperRiley            80  52  64  68  24  46   3 = 337
6  Super Seven Racing Aotearoa  formerlyHolden51        52  86  44  68  24  46   9 = 329
7  TAA Performance              Jetpac-013              52  92  42  64  24  34  15 = 323
8  WOFTAM Racing                Professor               80  86  44  30  24  46   9 = 319
9  Shogun Autosport             Helix                   80  52  42  64  24  34  15 = 311 *
10 The Arrow Mazda Motorsport   TheArrow                52  92  30  64  24  34  15 = 311
11 Bump and Run Racing          Troy01505               52  86  30  64  24  28  15 = 299 **
12 K-Miesta Motorsport          kennymiesta             52  86  30  64  24  34   9 = 299
13 Kalyara Racing Team          Kytabu                  52  86  44  30  24  46  15 = 297

Tiebreakers:
*      Car 26 finished  8th
**     Car 55 finished 11th

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V8CFL Round 8 Race 2                                   V8CFL Points    Supercar Points

1  Shogun Autosport             Helix                  100             397
2  Bump and Run Racing          Troy01505               92             391
3  K-Miesta Motorsport          kennymiesta             86             381
4  TAA Performance              Jetpac-013              80             361
5  Ain’t Care Motorsports       skaifeman               74             339
6  The Arrow Mazda Motorsport   TheArrow                68             339
7  R&K Motorsports              mikeamerica84           64             319
8  A1 SimSports                 V8SuperRiley            60             315
9  WOFTAM Racing                Professor               56             313
10 Kalyara Racing Team          Kytabu                  52             313
11 Ecurie Escargot              stevo qld               48             305
12 Super Seven Racing Aotearoa  formerlyHolden51        46             265
13 Pepsi Max Racing             CP                      44             221


1  Shogun Autosport             Helix                   80  74  86  68  38  36  15 = 397
2  Bump and Run Racing          Troy01505               74  92  64  68  38  40  15 = 391
3  K-Miesta Motorsport          kennymiesta             74  92  64  68  38  36   9 = 381
4  TAA Performance              Jetpac-013              74  44  86  68  38  36  15 = 361
5  Ain’t Care Motorsports       skaifeman               74  92  68  22  38  30  15 = 339 *
6  The Arrow Mazda Motorsport   TheArrow                74  44  64  68  38  36  15 = 339
7  R&K Motorsports              mikeamerica84           44  92  68  22  38  40  15 = 319
8  A1 SimSports                 V8SuperRiley            80  74  68  22  38  30   3 = 315
9  WOFTAM Racing                Professor               80  92   0  64  38  30   9 = 313 **
10 Kalyara Racing Team          Kytabu                  74  92   0  64  38  30  15 = 313
11 Ecurie Escargot              stevo qld               44  92  64  22  38  36   9 = 305
12 Super Seven Racing Aotearoa  formerlyHolden51        74  92   0  22  38  30   9 = 265
13 Pepsi Max Racing             CP                      80  44   0  22  30  36   9 = 221

Tiebreakers:
*      Car 26 finished  8th
**     Car 26 finished  8th

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V8CFL Round 8 Race 3                                   V8CFL Points    Supercar Points

1  A1 SimSports                 V8SuperRiley           100             411
2  Pepsi Max Racing             CP                      92             395
3  Ain’t Care Motorsports       skaifeman               86             391
4  Ecurie Escargot              stevo qld               80             379
5  WOFTAM Racing                Professor               74             377
6  The Arrow Mazda Motorsport   TheArrow                68             377
7  Shogun Autosport             Helix                   64             367
8  Super Seven Racing Aotearoa  formerlyHolden51        60             367
9  R&K Motorsports              mikeamerica84           56             363
10 TAA Performance              Jetpac-013              52             355
11 Kalyara Racing Team          Kytabu                  48             355
12 K-Miesta Motorsport          kennymiesta             46             351
13 Bump and Run Racing          Troy01505               44             329


1  A1 SimSports                 V8SuperRiley            92  64  74  86  48  44   3 = 411
2  Pepsi Max Racing             CP                      92  80  56  86  44  28   9 = 395
3  Ain’t Care Motorsports       skaifeman               64  60  74  86  48  44  15 = 391
4  Ecurie Escargot              stevo qld               80  60  68  86  48  28   9 = 379
5  WOFTAM Racing                Professor               92  60  56  68  48  44   9 = 377 *
6  The Arrow Mazda Motorsport   TheArrow                64  80  68  74  48  28  15 = 377
7  Shogun Autosport             Helix                   92  64  46  74  48  28  15 = 367 **
8  Super Seven Racing Aotearoa  formerlyHolden51        64  60  56  86  48  44   9 = 367
9  R&K Motorsports              mikeamerica84           80  60  74  86  48   0  15 = 363
10 TAA Performance              Jetpac-013              64  80  46  74  48  28  15 = 355 ***
11 Kalyara Racing Team          Kytabu                  64  60  56  68  48  44  15 = 355
12 K-Miesta Motorsport          kennymiesta             64  60  68  74  48  28   9 = 351
13 Bump and Run Racing          Troy01505               64  60  68  74  48   0  15 = 329

Tiebreakers:
*      Car 26 finished 22nd
**     Car 26 finished 22nd
***    Car 10 finished 10th

Stewards Summary: https://www.camsjac.com/images/VSC/2022/Race21.pdf

Race Results:  http://racing.natsoft.com.au/results/#2

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