Manager profile: Alex Holland

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Name:Alex Holland
Country: Canada
Gender:Male
Joined:Nov 14th, 2009
Last interaction: Today at 00:01:44
Forum posts:1258  (View posts)
Statistics
GPRO Trophies: 0
Number of GPs:8 (1136)
Points scored:17 (2554)
Wins:0 (66)
Podiums:0 (207)
Pole positions:1 (98)
Fastest laps:0 (41)
Avg pts/race: 2.12 (2.25)
Certification: The manager has passed the GPRO certification test successfully! (Dec 30th, 2009)
Achievements:

57% unlocked

(207/365)
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Fast facts

First GP: Season 17, Race 9
Times logged on:17218
Time spent on GPRO:7254.3 hours
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Relationship status:Divorced

Game data overview

Group:Master - 5
Season position:7th
Money: $-?.???.???
Driver: Vittorio Giunti (173)
Tech D: Roberto Divila (103)
Staff overall:52
Tyres: Yokomama
Team name: Ignition
Team position:3
Team points:383.8668

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Veccal AG (M5) - 12 races
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Manager career of Alex Holland (Last updated: Apr 26th 2021, 01:36:43)
SEASON 18:
For the longest time I had been playing Mechwarrior 4 with freinds on two different forums. We created quite a bit of the extra maps, cooperative games etc for it. However, like all good things the game started to get old and the numbers of people playing it got low. A number of people from that forum started to play GPRO and that pulled me in. I played a few races and was not really comitted to the game. Just something to pass the time while I worked on other things.

SEASON 19:
I decided to look into the game in greater depth and the results showed. My first tools were started. I promoted fairly easily. After a number of games I was pulled into the AS racing team. A very good group of guys who enjoy the game and act like a team should. At the same time I was talking to two of the members of Ignition who saw some of my early posts on the game forums and we struck up a friendship of sorts.

SEASON 20:
This was when I started to get into GPRO even more. Now I was collecting any tid bits of data out there so I could start crunching numbers. Ignition convinced me to move over to their team. Once there, this was largely a building year. I did not need to get many points. Just enough to stay at the amateur level. I worked hard to train my driver and had quite a fight to get his morale down enough to re-sign him. This made my winning stats look bad but there was that reason.

SEASON 21:
It took another couple of races to drop my drivers morale lower and eventually he was resigned. With that out of the way, I started on a program to build up sponsors and win races. By mid season I had risen to the ranks of 2-3 position. Mostly because I had lost races multiple times by the gods of the last lap random. I expect from here on out I will do fairly well and promote into PRO with a reasonable car and driver.

SEASON 22: Look Ahead
The plans for season 22 are to position myself at the lower end of the mid table ranks: 20-25th positions. This will mostly be a building year, increasing my money, sponsors and training my driver. Nothing really exciting. I expect getting enough points to stay in PRO will be a bit of a fight but I will do it okay. I'm shooting for 5-10 points and then back to building money.