Qualifying - Race 2, Curitiba

#26 by Klon , Wed Feb 16, 2011 4:40 pm

These qualifying reports are always looking the same, really: Joachim Ahler is simply the fastest man in the World Touring Car Cup 2011. BMW once again score the bonus point for pole position with seven tenths of a second better than the second placed man, Honda driver Alan Easterbrook. Easterbrook however did impress as well since he did beat the closer competition by over half a second himself. Championship leader Luis Yannick is down in fourth place and will have to work extra hard if he does not want to lose ground in the race itself. No big surprises on the grid either although we had to see some disappointing drops in performance by both Kamannen and Sigridson.

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Joachim Ahler, BMW - 1:43.392
Alan Easterbrook, Honda - 1:44.095
Kostas Kafatos, Holden - 1:44.589
Luis Yannick, Chevrolet - 1:45.129
Boy Arnhem, Ford - 1:45.212
Alexis Kamannen, Volvo - 1:45.329
Tsutomu Nanjo, Honda - 1:45.784
Nikola Cizek, BMW - 1:45.865
Emmanuele Nassjo, Seat - 1:46.201
Helmut Sigridson, Audi - 1:46.321
Dany Saavedra, Peugeot - 1:46.366
Erik Dinet, Alfa Romeo - 1:46.440
Lenya Kovacevic, Alfa Romeo - 1:46.494
Linvoy Nonda, Peugeot - 1:46.821
Lukas Staack, Holden - 1:47.106
Sebastien Hajto, Volvo - 1:47.366
Said Al-Said, Audi - 1:47.394
Kevin Edwards, Seat - 1:47.650
Timo Bemani, Ford - 1:47.812
Luke Lawrence, MG - 1:47.853
Cheyenne Coombes, Chevrolet - 1:47.892
Ruaridh Donnelly, MG - 1:49.676
Matti Laitanen, Lada - 1:50.618
Poke Scrubo, Lada - 1:51.061
Gunar Stahl, Infinti - 1:54.294
Tsugio Yasuda, Infinti - 1:57.347
 


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Race 2, Curitiba

#27 by Klon , Wed Feb 16, 2011 4:59 pm

After losing thirty points to technical troubles, Joachim Ahler was very boastfully announcing his wish to finally change his fate in this race. And for the first three laps, it worked out perfectly. He was, due to a free track, four seconds (!) faster than any other driver in that race. It was like he was driving on another planet, showing a certain efficiency you just seem to be able to get from Germans. But unfortunately, pushing to the limit always includes the risk of going beyond that limit. Ahler had to learn that the hard way. Luckily he managed to get out of the gravel trap but not before dropping all the way to eighteenth place. But Ahler was on a mission here and a simple thing like losing 17 places hasn't stopped any racing legend yet. With a number of extremely beautiful overtaking maneuvres the German fought back and was able to get to third before Boy Arnhem did prove to be unreachable in time. With the single unbeatable driver out of the way, Kostas Kafatos simply played it cool and managed a dominating finish, almost finishing fourty seconds ahead of the next runner. Down in the lower points regions Peugeot can be very happy, both French cars finishing in the points.

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Kostas Kafatos, Holden - 28:38.307
Boy Arnhem, Ford - +34.318
Joachim Ahler, BMW - +48.909
Helmut Sigridson, Audi - +49.035
Luis Yannick, Chevrolet - +49.997
Alexis Kamannen, Volvo - +52.361
Alan Easterbrook, Honda - +56.153
Linvoy Nonda, Peugeot - +57.394
Erik Dinet, Alfa Romeo - +58.396
Dany Saavedra, Peugeot - +58.525
Timo Bemani, Ford - +1:11.126
Sebastien Hajto, Volvo - +1:12.871
Cheyenne Coombes, Chevrolet - +1:19.525
Luke Lawrence, MG - +1:21.438
Lenya Kovacevic, Alfa Romeo - +1:27.259
Poke Scrubo, Lada - 1 Lap
Matti Laitanen, Lada - 1 Lap
Lukas Staack, Holden - Engine
Emmanuele Nassjo, Seat - Brakes
Kevin Edwards, Seat - Transmission
Gunar Stahl, Infinti - Transmission
Tsugio Yasuda, Infinti - Transmission
Ruaridh Donnelly, MG - Loose Wheel
Said Al-Said, Audi - Engine
Nikola Cizek, BMW - Transmission
Tsutomu Nanjo, Honda - Electrical

FL: Joachim Ahler, BMW - 1:44.330
 


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Championship Standings after 4 races

#28 by Klon , Wed Feb 16, 2011 5:39 pm

Driver's Championship:

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Luis Yannick - 42
Kostas Kafatos - 40
Boy Arnhem - 36
Joachim Ahler - 33
Alan Easterbrook - 26
Alexis Kamannen - 23
Linvoy Nonda - 13
Helmut Sigridson - 12
Emmanuele Nassjo - 11
Lenya Kovacevic - 11
Tsutomu Nanjo - 10
Erik Dinet - 5
Said Al-Said - 4
Kevin Edwards - 3
Sebastien Hatjo - 2
Dany Saavedra - 1
 




Manufacturer's Championship:

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Chevrolet - 42
Holden - 40
Honda - 36
Ford - 36
BMW - 33
Volvo - 25
Audi - 16
Alfa Romeo - 16
Seat - 14
Peugeot - 14
 




Price Money Table:

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Chevrolet - £1.328m
Holden - £1.495m
Honda - £1.025m
Ford - £1.380m
BMW - £1.590m
Volvo - £1.070m
Audi - £795k
Alfa Romeo - £795k
Seat - £760k
Peugeot - £780k
Lada - £550k
MG - £550k
 


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Qualifying - Race 1, Morocco

#29 by Klon , Sat Mar 26, 2011 7:12 pm

Joachim Ahler is again the winner of qualifying. BMW continues to provide his star with a car that is vastly superior to the opposition. It it finally starts coming together in the race, nobody will stop the German. Drivers like Kostas Kafatos and Alan Easterbrook try their best but have no response of any kind to the pace of BMW. Nikola Cizek has upped his game today as well and manages to take third on the grid. Championship leader Luis Yannick will have to work extra hard in Race 1 to make up after only finishing ninth, behind such drivers as Lenya Kovacevic and Said Al-Said. The Infinti works effort, sustained by the World Racing Leauge, really suffered from their derated engines, being 17 seconds off pole time. Multiple teams voiced their desire to see the Infinti cars removed from the race, but no such agreement could be reached.

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Joachim Ahler, BMW - 1:49.259
Kostas Kafatos, Holden - 1:50.580
Nikola Cizek, BMW - 1:50.983
Alan Easterbrook, Honda - 1:51.492
Helmut Sigridson, Audi - 1:51.616
Boy Arnhem, Ford - 1:51.733
Said Al-Said, Audi - 1:51.940
Lenya Kovacevic, Alfa Romeo - 1:52.105
Luis Yannick, Chevrolet - 1:52.138
Alexis Kamannen, Volvo - 1:52.171
Lukas Staack, Holden - 1:52.463
Erik Dinet, Alfa Romeo - 1:52.539
Tsutomu Nanjo, Honda - 1:52.615
Emmanuele Nassjo, Seat - 1:52.892
Timo Bemani, Ford - 1:53.172
Cheyenne Coombes, Chevrolet - 1:53.646
Sebastien Hajto, Volvo - 1:53.689
Kevin Edwards, Seat - 1:53.813
Dany Saavedra, Peugeot - 1:53.897
Luke Lawrence, MG - 1:54.737
Linvoy Nonda, Peugeot - 1:55.456
Ruaridh Donnelly, MG - 1:56.450
Matti Laitanen, Lada - 1:57.650
Poke Scrubo, Lada - 1:58.457
Gunar Stahl, Infinti - 2:06.326
Tsugio Yasuda, Infinti - 2:08.888
 


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Race 1, Morocco

#30 by Klon , Sat Mar 26, 2011 7:31 pm

It is now time for the first race of this weekend. Only one question was to be cleared: could Ahler's BMW and his electronic systems go the distance? That was what would decide this event. Especially after nobody overtook the German at the start, it was obvious that only a problem with the car itself could stop the BMW driver from scoring his second win of the season. While everybody who had no connection to BMW's team hoped for the breakdown, other people decided to help their fortune by fighting a hard battle. Ford and Audi were true rivals in this one, both occuping four places in a row, before Audi could get the jump on their rivals. Luis Yannick fought back bravely and managed to end the race in fifth place, sustaining his lead in the championship. Joachim Ahler managed to finish the race - thereby taking the win that was needed so badly.

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Joachim Ahler, BMW - 24:38.833
Kostas Kafatos, Holden - +18.088
Helmut Sigridson, Audi - +36.923
Erik Dinet, Alfa Romeo - +37.947
Luis Yannick, Chevrolet - +39.880
Boy Arnhem, Ford - +41.588
Said Al-Said, Audi - +48.901
Nikola Cizek, BMW - +54.811
Alan Easterbrook, Honda - +57.686
Timo Bemani, Ford - +1:00.851
Tsutomu Nanjo, Honda - +1:01.710
Lukas Staack, Holden - +1:23.492
Cheyenne Coombes, Chevrolet - +1:24.519
Dany Saavedra, Peugeot - 1 Lap
Ruaridh Donnelly, MG - 1 Lap
Linvoy Nonda, Peugeot - 1 Lap
Poke Scrubo, Lada - 1 Lap
Matti Laitanen, Lada - 1 Lap
Tsugio Yasuda, Infinti - 2 Laps
Sebastien Hajto, Volvo - Transmission
Luke Lawrence, MG - Transmission
Gunar Stahl, Infinti - Engine
Emmanuele Nassjo, Seat - Transmission
Alexis Kamannen, Volvo - Engine
Kevin Edwards, Seat - Engine
Lenya Kovacevic, Alfa Romeo - Throttle

FL: Joachim Ahler, BMW - 1:52.661
 


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Qualifying - Race 2, Morocco

#31 by Klon , Sun Apr 03, 2011 11:07 pm

After beating his opposition in the first qualifying session by more than one second, the question was not if Ahler would destroy his competition in the second session but only by how much of a margin. Luckily for this rivals, Ahler went a bit more careful. That cutted his advantage over his rivals in half, but he's still untouchable for the common racer. There are no significant changes in the top 10, the first four drivers being exactly the same. Luis Yannick however makes an important jump up to P6 behind Alexis Kamannen who improved a lot as well. Logic demands that if some drivers improve their grid slot, others do fall back for that. Helmut Sigridson and Said Al-Said both lose four places. Coombes has the same problem and continues to look really bad against his championship leading team mate. Disappointing weekend for Stahl as well, not even getting to drive a qualifying lap due to a number of problems with the Infinti.

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Joachim Ahler, BMW - 1:49.830
Kostas Kafatos, Holden - 1:50.620
Nikola Cizek, BMW - 1:51.269
Alan Easterbrook, Honda - 1:51.380
Alexis Kamannen, Volvo - 1:51.617
Luis Yannick, Chevrolet - 1:51.655
Lenya Kovacevic, Alfa Romeo - 1:51.665
Boy Arnhem, Ford - 1:51.701
Helmut Sigridson, Audi - 1:51.852
Erik Dinet, Alfa Romeo - 1:52.008
Said Al-Said, Audi - 1:52.140
Lukas Staack, Holden - 1:52.492
Tsutomu Nanjo, Honda - 1:52.656
Emmanuele Nassjo, Seat - 1:53.218
Dany Saavedra, Peugeot - 1:53.377
Sebastien Hajto, Volvo - 1:53.378
Timo Bemani, Ford - 1:53.415
Kevin Edwards, Seat - 1:53.537
Linvoy Nonda, Peugeot - 1:53.898
Cheyenne Coombes, Chevrolet - 1:54.096
Luke Lawrence, MG - 1:54.882
Ruaridh Donnelly, MG - 1:56.208
Matti Laitanen, Lada - 1:56.848
Poke Scrubo, Lada - 1:56.854
Tsugio Yasuda, Infinti - 2:08.202
Gunar Stahl, Infinti - No Time
 


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Race 2, Morocco

#32 by Klon , Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:01 pm

I hope you can forgive me for merely posting the results of this one. I realize we need to catch up a bit, so I'm going to only show results for this one.

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Joachim Ahler, BMW - 24:40.230
Kostas Kafatos, Holden - +15.421
Alan Easterbrook, Honda - +24.085
Luis Yannick, Chevrolet - +34.417
Lukas Staack, Holden - +34.417
Alexis Kamannen, Volvo - +50.425
Erik Dinet, Alfa Romeo - +50.827
Sebastien Hajto, Volvo - +1:05.067
Tsutomu Nanjo, Honda - +1:08.471
Kevin Edwards, Seat - +1:11.559
Helmut Sigridson, Audi - +1:12.461
Dany Saavedra, Peugeot - +1:14.795
Cheyenne Coombes, Chevrolet - +1:27.476
Luke Lawrence, MG - +1:29.111
Emmanuele Nassjo, Seat - +1:34.157
Timo Bemani, Ford - +1:37.238
Linvoy Nonda, Peugeot - +1:44.788
Ruaridh Donnelly, MG - +1:53.036
Matti Laitanen, Lada - 1 Lap
Lenya Kovacevic, Alfa Romeo - Engine
Tsugio Yasuda, Infinti - Throttle
Boy Arnhem, Ford - Engine
Nikola Cizek, BMW - Engine
Poke Scrubo, Lada - Brakes
Gunar Stahl, Infinti - Engine
Said Al-Said, Audi - Transmission
 
FL: Joachim Ahler, BMW - 1:52.871
 


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Championship standings after 6 races

#33 by Bird , Thu Apr 14, 2011 3:23 pm

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Joachim Ahler - 67
Kostas Kafatos - 64
Luis Yannick - 56
Boy Arnhem - 41
Alan Easterbrook - 38
Alexis Kamannen - 28
Helmut Sigridson - 22
Erik Dinet - 17
Linvoy Nonda - 13
Tsutomu Nanjo - 12
Lenya Kovacevic - 11
Emmanuele Nassjo - 11
Said Al-Said - 8
Lukas Staack - 6
Sebastien Hajto - 5
Kevin Edwards - 4
Nikola Cizek - 3
Dany Saavedra - 1
Timo Bemani - 1
 



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BMW - 70
Holden - 70
Chevrolet - 56
Honda - 50
Ford - 42
Volvo - 33
Audi - 30
Alfa Romeo - 28
Seat - 15
Peugeot - 14
 

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RE: Championship standings after 6 races

#34 by Racer63 , Mon Apr 25, 2011 6:05 am

Any team still available?

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RE:

#35 by Bird , Mon Apr 25, 2011 5:10 pm

The Infinti team is unowned. Last year there were also Volkswagen, Vauxhall and Toyota, if you ask the WTCC administration, you may be also able to select one of these teams.

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RE: RE:

#36 by Hawke , Tue Apr 26, 2011 12:30 am

Volkswagen has been replaced by sister company audi

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RE: RE:

#37 by Racer63 , Tue Apr 26, 2011 6:46 am

So what teams?

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RE: RE:

#38 by Klon , Tue Apr 26, 2011 10:25 am

Simple:

Vauxhall
Infiniti or
Toyota

You can chose up to two out of these marques and run the works effort.


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RE: RE:

#39 by Racer63 , Thu Apr 28, 2011 6:57 am

Ok, I choose Toyota. How I name my drivers? Are they invented names?

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RE: RE:

#40 by Bird , Thu Apr 28, 2011 10:33 am

2011 WRL Drivers Market (2)
Go to this link and search the last uploaded excel file. You have to choose your drivers out of the huge list. All the names are invented.

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RE: RE:

#41 by Racer63 , Thu May 05, 2011 7:45 am

TEAM NAME: AR Racing
Driver 1: Ryan McKane (£1.000.000)
Sponsor Money on WRL Market: Energizer (£100.000)
Driver 2: Hank Cooper (£1.000.000)
Sponsor Money on WRL Market: McDonalds (£100.000)
Car: Toyota (£4.500.000)
Tyres: Pirelli (£800.000)


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RE: RE:

#42 by Racer63 , Wed Jun 01, 2011 5:20 am

Is this league still going?

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