Manager profile: Thomas Mckeown

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Name:Thomas Mckeown
Country: United States
Gender:Male
Joined:Feb 4th, 2014
Last interaction: Today at 18:49:07
Forum posts:37  (View posts)
Statistics
GPRO Trophies: 0
Number of GPs:6 (505)
Points scored:56 (1249)
Wins:4 (55)
Podiums:6 (107)
Pole positions:2 (71)
Fastest laps:5 (67)
Avg pts/race: 9.33 (2.47)
Certification: The manager has not passed the GPRO certification test yet! Not yet
Achievements:

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First GP: Season 40, Race 5
Times logged on:6887
Time spent on GPRO:2729.3 hours
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Relationship status:Married

Game data overview

Group:Amateur - 91
Season position:1st
Money: $??.???.???
Driver: Roberto Latif (136)
Tech D: None
Staff overall:13
Tyres: Pipirelli
Team name: Martini Racing
Team position:615
Team points:30.5334

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Manager career of Thomas Mckeown (Last updated: Jun 10th 2014, 15:41:49)
I was introduced to GPro by a friend. Unforutnatly, i missed the first 4 races of my first season and was playing catch up for awhile.

Season 40: Just Starting Out

Race 5 was my first GP. I had Jaques DeBrakeleer as my driver. Unfortunately for him, he was a bit expensive and we parted ways after 1 race. Signed Jarno Baldi for race 6 and beyond. He was a serviceable driver and slowly started to move up the standings. Scored my first points in my 5th GP (season 40, race 9) and continued to score points for the rest of the season. I had to part with Jarno when he got above the skill limit and signed Tom Powell at race 13. Tom was immediately successful scoring my best finish and first podium with a 2nd in his debut. My first win came with Tom Powell at race 16. He had continued success in his first season with a total of 3 ppodiums and 1 win in only 5 races. I finished the championship in 5th place with 43 points, but went negative so I remain in rookie for Season 41. Things are looking up though.

Also, I was fortunate to be accepted into Resurrection Racing team at season 40, race 10 after only 5 races.

Season 41: Opportunity Knocks

I switched rookie groups to directly compete against my friend (he referred me to GPro). This would also be my first opportunity at a full season. Tom Powell was returning, however his contract was up at race 12 and he was near the skill limit. The first half of the season had some ups and downs. I started solid with a couple 4th & 5th finishes then progressed into podiums. Race 7 * 8 were a mighty step backwards. A random tire puncture early on race 7 saw me finish 23 and a gearbox issue on race 8 pushed me back to a 10th place. Unfortunately, Tom Poweel exceeded the skill limit before I remembered to extend his contract and I was bound to lose him at race 12. I signed Erik Treluyer at race 7. He also started with immediate success. Erik went on to rack up 1 win, 4 podiums, and 4 points finishes. I made it all the way to finals in the cup only to be swept by the points champion. I finished Season 41 in 2nd place overall with 91 points securing my promotion into Amateur.

Season 42: Don't Panic

My first season in Amateur. Hoping for the best, planning for the worst.