Last week we set you off on another of our Time Trials, though this one had a little special twist. You had to try and get your fastest possible time around Sao Paulo, Brazil on F1 2010, but if you didn’t consider yourself in the running for the top spot, you could aim for a bonus 250 points by trying to set a time as close to Bruno Senna’s eventual Qualifying time from the actual Brazilian GP. (What a peach that turned out to be!)
So, we had almost everyone sending in their results in the last day or two, and a huge influx in the last few hours. With the real life conditions being rather wet and treacherous, the several people aiming for the Senna points who waited for the end of Practice 3 or the beginning of Q1 had the best shot. So lets take at the closest 5 results:
- SpikeyMikey23 – 1:20.379
- Spooferbarnabas – 1:21.380
- Matty1209 – 1:22.812
- Tonyyeb – 1:22.883
- Darth_Newdar – 1:32.488
Darth actually set his time a few days back, well before we had any base lines to work with, so overshot a fair bit, whilst Matty waited until the last couple of minutes to set his time and send it in. Though it was Tonyyeb who got closest to Senna’s 1:23.796, bizarrely the prize should actually go to Codies’ default ghost driver with 1:23.684. Shame he didn’t enter, he could’ve bagged himself some points!
So onto the top of the field where we saw another pretty close scrap. Not quite as close as last time, though, where Manorhowze beat Cam the Man by 1/1000th of a second. The top 3 this time were:
- Ashgraham – 1:05.897
- Manorhowze – 1:05.997
- DimJim94 – 1:06.201
Cam the Man couldn’t quite make it into the top 3, just shy by 9/100ths of a second to a TSA newcomer, DimJim94 (hi there!). At the front though, exactly 1/10th of a second separated Manorhowze to our new racing god, AshGraham!
So congratulations to Ash, he nabs himself a £5 gift voucher, whilst he and the rest of the top 3 get a small handful of TSA points each.
If you’re not already in it, make sure to keep tabs on the F1 TSA Championship, which is travelling to Montreal, Canada for the next three days. Results write ups are posted every Thursday.
This post was written and submitted by Teflon.