Manager profile: Tero Tidenberg

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Name:Tero Tidenberg
Country: Finland
Gender:Male
Joined:Dec 13th, 2006
Last interaction: Nov 17th 2016, 17:29:44
Forum posts:647  (View posts)
Statistics
GPRO Trophies: 0
Number of GPs:0 (488)
Points scored:0 (866)
Wins:0 (21)
Podiums:0 (72)
Pole positions:0 (35)
Fastest laps:0 (32)
Avg pts/race: - (1.77)
Certification: The manager has passed the GPRO certification test successfully! (Mar 17th, 2007)
Achievements:

22% unlocked

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First GP: Season 2, Race 6
Times logged on:12265
Time spent on GPRO:5283.8 hours
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Relationship status:In a relationship

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Group:Retired
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Manager career of Tero Tidenberg (Last updated: Jan 14th 2009, 19:36:10)
The rabbit hole called GPRO...

For me it all began in season 2 race 6. It happened to be also the time when I joined team PERKELE!

Long story short: First few seasons were purely testing and testing, and it was succesful testing. It lead to first win and also to first promotion on season 5. That promotion lead me to the harsh world called Amateur... Or that was what I thought then. I was constantly going higher and higher and the season 8 was the season of lot of mysterious things. They announced the new group called "Pro"... and I hated the idea :) I had to get out of Amateur with any means necessary, and it actually happened. I was promoted to Master without any wins from Amateur, and that things hasn't changed. But I noticed that Master was even more harsh place to be in. But I learned a lot from there... and I gained my first win in Master on 4 race of season 10. That was something special to me.

But with all uphill, there's always a downhill... I didn't expect it to come so soon, but third season in Master was my last season in master so far. Now I'm gathering my strenght and will climb up where I stood and I will reach for more!

Special thanks to team PERKELE! for all that has happened. Also special thanks to... You!