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Mensaje viejo #1 Publicado el 9-Jun-2009, 06:28:12 (última edición el 9-Jun-2009, 11:47:13 por Toni Metsänkylä) Citar 
Quick Question, the more sponsers your negotiatiating with at a time, does it take longer to get to 100%? or is it the same no matter what..

I know each sponser takes difrent times. but yeah, just wondering if its slower if your negotiatiating with mulitple sponsers at a time...

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Mensaje viejo #2 Publicado el 9-Jun-2009, 06:29:28 Citar 
Yes it does!
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Mensaje viejo #3 Publicado el 9-Jun-2009, 06:30:07 (última edición el 9-Jun-2009, 06:31:03 por Eoin Farrelly) Citar 
More sponsors negotiating, slower negotiations.

Edit: Damn Chris you stole my thunder ;)
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Mensaje viejo #4 Publicado el 9-Jun-2009, 08:31:00 Citar 
The better your race results are the faster the negotiation will go with a sponcer, just keep to one its faster/
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Mensaje viejo #5 Publicado el 9-Jun-2009, 08:48:04 Citar 
yup..! 1 sponsor at a time makes it work faster..! also choose such,who doesnt negotiate with any other..!
Quote ( Danny Foster @ June 9th 2009,08:31:00 )

The better your race results are the faster the negotiation will go with a sponcer, just keep to one its faster/

This one's very true..
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Mensaje viejo #6 Publicado el 9-Jun-2009, 09:29:46 Citar 
thanks every one, been heaps helpfull! =)
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Mensaje viejo #7 Publicado el 9-Jun-2009, 10:05:15 Citar 
you can also change negotiation prioritys to very high to make it go faster
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Mensaje viejo #8 Publicado el 9-Jun-2009, 10:05:18 Citar 
Stilll on sponsorship. How can the estimated average progress be 48%? It's the average of all those applying I believe so this doesn't appear to make sense.
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Mensaje viejo #9 Publicado el 9-Jun-2009, 12:19:38 Citar 
Somebody who promoted could be negotiating with that sponsor already.
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Mensaje viejo #10 Publicado el 9-Jun-2009, 13:31:37 Citar 
Quote ( Jamie Morris @ June 9th 2009,10:05:15 )

you can also change negotiation prioritys to very high to make it go faster


Not if you're negotiating with only one sponsor it doesn't.
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Mensaje viejo #11 Publicado el 9-Jun-2009, 13:43:12 Citar 
Quote ( Iain Bartholomew @ June 9th 2009,12:19:38 )

Somebody who promoted could be negotiating with that sponsor already.


thank you kind sir :D
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Mensaje viejo #12 Publicado el 10-Jun-2009, 11:02:55 Citar 
Another question: How can negotations with so many sponsors in my series already be around 20-40 % just one day after the season reset? I was expecting to see 0% everywhere till just after the first race...

I'm confused!
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Mensaje viejo #13 Publicado el 10-Jun-2009, 11:05:04 (última edición el 10-Jun-2009, 11:06:45 por Joe Walker) Citar 
Quote ( Iain Bartholomew @ June 9th 2009,12:19:38 )

Somebody who promoted could be negotiating with that sponsor already.


Only yesterday the same question was asked and 4 posts above yours!
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Mensaje viejo #14 Publicado el 10-Jun-2009, 11:06:12 Citar 
Quote ( Iain Bartholomew @ June 9th 2009,12:19:38 )

Somebody who promoted could be negotiating with that sponsor already.
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Mensaje viejo #15 Publicado el 10-Jun-2009, 11:06:52 Citar 
Quote ( Pieter De Buck @ June 10th 2009,11:02:55 )

I'm confused!

If you've started negotiation with a sponsor you keep negotiating with them when you promote, even though you're not in that group any more. So those sponsors in rookie groups with some progress are being negotiated with by promoted managers no longer in your group.
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Mensaje viejo #16 Publicado el 10-Jun-2009, 11:11:39 Citar 
Oh, I see. So actually for these sponsors you are in competition then with a team (or teams) that promoted to amateur? No point in putting effort in those, so we'll start negotiating with a nice one still on 0 %. Good idea?

Thanks a lot.
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Mensaje viejo #17 Publicado el 10-Jun-2009, 11:15:06 Citar 
Quote ( Pieter De Buck @ June 10th 2009,11:11:39 )

No point in putting effort in those, so we'll start negotiating with a nice one still on 0 %. Good idea?


Not necessarily....

Someone who promoted to Ama may not get as good results as you might in Rookie, so your progress could be quicker than theirs and you could steal the sponsor from them. Even if they are 40% ahead, it doesnt mean that they will get the sponsor before you, it just gives them a head start.

It is however a judgement call for you and will depend on your results & their results, and other factors.
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Mensaje viejo #18 Publicado el 10-Jun-2009, 19:01:50 Citar 
just a quick question....

is there any way of extending the basic contract you start with?

i've only got the contract for 10 races but would like to increase it to the end of the season.
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Mensaje viejo #19 Publicado el 10-Jun-2009, 19:06:05 (última edición el 10-Jun-2009, 19:17:36 por Michael Hincapie) Citar 
ups you cant! :(
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Mensaje viejo #20 Publicado el 10-Jun-2009, 19:22:19 Citar 
dammit, i dont want to be left without sponsorship for half a season especially as it takes pretty much the whole season to get a new one :(
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Mensaje viejo #21 Publicado el 10-Jun-2009, 19:47:40 Citar 
Quote ( Dave Evans @ June 10th 2009,19:22:19 )

dammit, i dont want to be left without sponsorship for half a season especially as it takes pretty much the whole season to get a new one :(

The same applies to all rookies.
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Mensaje viejo #22 Publicado el 17-Jul-2009, 22:48:06 Citar 
Quote ( Dave Evans @ June 10th 2009,19:01:50 )

just a quick question....

is there any way of extending the basic contract you start with?

i've only got the contract for 10 races but would like to increase it to the end of the season.


Quote ( Dave Evans @ June 10th 2009,19:22:19 )

dammit, i dont want to be left without sponsorship for half a season especially as it takes pretty much the whole season to get a new one :(


Quote ( Thomas Lindgren @ June 10th 2009,19:47:40 )

The same applies to all rookies


I spose the question is why are we made to negotiate for something we will never get..... i have been negotiating with 2 since the start of the season...... yet i havnt reached 80% yet...... (this has always and is still currently set to very high). Wether it be the same for all rookies or not, why negotiate the whole season wasting time if nothings going to happen, seems pointless from the update point of view after each race as well. The updates would be quicker and therefore less wait time. There will be people who agree and disagree and i aint looking to make friends over the issue, just think it's poor management from the sites point of view, and a waste of my time and effort to get one.
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Mensaje viejo #23 Publicado el 17-Jul-2009, 22:49:04 (última edición el 17-Jul-2009, 22:50:53 por Aleks Bismarck) Citar 
Quote ( PJ Bowler @ July 17th 2009,22:48:06 )

i have been negotiating with 2 since the start of the season...... yet i havnt reached 80% yet...... (this has always and is still currently set to very high).


You've set both to "very high" priority?
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Mensaje viejo #24 Publicado el 17-Jul-2009, 22:51:35 Citar 
Quote ( PJ Bowler @ July 17th 2009,22:48:06 )

(this has always and is still currently set to very high).


The priority is amongst your own negotiations, so if you set them both to VHigh they will just go at the same speed as it you set them noth to Normal or VLow.

Set one to VHigh & the other to VLow and one of them will suddenly get quicker than the other.

Also, sponsorship negotiation speed is at least in part effected by your race finishes. So the higher you finish, the quicker you get your sponsors :)
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Mensaje viejo #25 Publicado el 17-Jul-2009, 22:54:19 (última edición el 17-Jul-2009, 22:55:21 por Vasilis Karakostas) Citar 
i don't want to open a new topic but since talking about negotiation..

My previous sponsor offered me 1M per race..Now that's it is expired the new sponsor that i'm negotiating with offered me 300K,,You think it's too low? I clicked that it's unacceptable...What kind of money should i expect ?

Oh just to mention that the sponsor that i'm negotiating with has full bar in finances
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Mensaje viejo #26 Publicado el 17-Jul-2009, 22:55:19 Citar 
Quote ( Vasilis Karakostas @ July 17th 2009,22:54:19 )

What kind of money should i expect ?


It depends on many factors, not just the number of bars they have for finance.
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Mensaje viejo #27 Publicado el 17-Jul-2009, 22:56:19 Citar 
Quote ( PJ Bowler @ July 17th 2009,22:48:06 )

i have been negotiating with 2 since the start of the season...... yet i havnt reached 80% yet.....
just think it's a waste of my time and effort to get one.


so you've actually reached app. 150% progress so far...

oh... is that a clear enough hint :P
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Mensaje viejo #28 Publicado el 17-Jul-2009, 22:57:43 Citar 
Quote ( Gordon Ashford @ July 17th 2009,22:51:35 )

The priority is amongst your own negotiations, so if you set them both to VHigh they will just go at the same speed as it you set them noth to Normal or VLow.

Set one to VHigh & the other to VLow and one of them will suddenly get quicker than the other.

Also, sponsorship negotiation speed is at least in part effected by your race finishes. So the higher you finish, the quicker you get your sponsors :)


Have had the sponsor negotiation since the beginning on very high and the other one on low.....have 2 running and yet others have done the same and got a sponsor through.....

last 2 races havn't been that great but prior to that was getting into points with 7th and 8th place finishes......

this seems ironic that we struggle to get one while elite racers can have 5 at once, (dont get me wrong not saying they havnt earnt that right) but hells bells why isn't it possible to keep peoples interest strong rather than letting it wane, especially for the sake of the game in general. Seems slightly prejudicial to me!!!!!!!!!
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Mensaje viejo #29 Publicado el 17-Jul-2009, 22:59:08 Citar 
Quote ( Mikko Heikkinen @ July 17th 2009,22:56:19 )

so you've actually reached app. 150% progress so far...

oh... is that a clear enough hint :P


wtf......... dont try to irate me with sarcasm....you may have been here longer but does not give you the right to try and piss me off.....
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Mensaje viejo #30 Publicado el 17-Jul-2009, 22:59:55 (última edición el 17-Jul-2009, 23:02:37 por Vasilis Karakostas) Citar 
well it's kinda good in all bars but the strong point it's finances

I was dissapointed with the offer..

also another tip

Car spot : Sidepods

i believe it's pretty commercial spot

now how much should i expect?
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