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Jason Claydon
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Old post #1 posted Mar 21st 2019, 18:09:35 Quote 
Personally think it would be a good idea to add a few things to the Race Analysis page.

1) Qualifying risks.
2) All staff levels.
Seems strange that most things are recorded bar these.

3) Display when boosting in the 'Events' section.
I know this is highlighted in green, but when copying into excel there is no indication of when boosting.

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Old post #2 posted Mar 21st 2019, 18:42:57 Quote 
Q1 and Q2 positions could be added as well.
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Old post #3 posted Mar 21st 2019, 19:15:25 Quote 
Start adding link to qualy results
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Old post #4 posted Mar 21st 2019, 19:35:55 Quote 
Add a random useless fact to each race analysis


no, I'm not asking to put manager name on it ;)
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Old post #5 posted Mar 21st 2019, 20:42:21 Quote 
Jason, the boost laps are already visible in race analyisis: see the color of the lap number in the lap list ;)
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Old post #6 posted Mar 21st 2019, 20:45:57 Quote 
Quote ( Miel Soeterbroek @ March 21st 2019,20:42:21 )

Jason, the boost laps are already visible in race analyisis: see the color of the lap number in the lap list ;)


he knows that hence he put this :)
Quote ( Jason Claydon @ March 21st 2019,18:09:35 )


I know this is highlighted in green, but when copying into excel there is no indication of when boosting.


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Old post #7 posted Mar 21st 2019, 22:00:12 Quote 
Quote ( Martynas Bražėnas @ March 21st 2019,19:35:55 )

Add a random useless fact to each race analysis


"Your driver had porridge for breakfast today."
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Old post #8 posted Mar 21st 2019, 22:05:27 Quote 
Quote ( Martynas Bražėnas @ March 21st 2019,19:35:55 )

Add a random useless fact to each race analysis

Love this idea.

"Did you know, it's impossible to hum while pinching your nose?"

And just like that you don't feel so bad about the random..
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Old post #9 posted Mar 21st 2019, 22:08:44 (last edited Mar 21st 2019, 22:12:03 by Roland Postle) Quote 
Quote ( Constantin Heller @ March 21st 2019,22:00:12 )


"Your driver had porridge for breakfast today."

"Your driver just covered a distance of 0.079% the way to the moon"

Edit: It's pinching not picking Jasper. Unless you had the "Your driver missed his appointment for an eye test last Wednesday" fact the race before. You can hum just fine while picking, try it
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Old post #10 posted Mar 21st 2019, 22:09:01 (last edited Mar 21st 2019, 22:09:41 by Jasper Coosemans) Quote 
Quote ( Roland Postle @ March 21st 2019,22:05:27 )

Love this idea.

"Did you know, it's impossible to hum while pinching your nose?"

And just like that you don't feel so bad about the random..

Until you get the random... "your driver hit the wall because he was checking if it is possible to hum while picking his nose"
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Old post #11 posted Mar 21st 2019, 22:13:00 Quote 
Quote ( Roland Postle @ March 21st 2019,22:05:27 )

And just like that you don't feel so bad about the random..


What if the random fact is how many managers didn't have a random?
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Old post #12 posted Mar 22nd 2019, 04:53:47 Quote 
Makes me laugh at how fast a topic goes off-topic. A chuckle is always good.
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Old post #13 posted Mar 22nd 2019, 09:35:21 (last edited Mar 22nd 2019, 09:36:12 by Markus Björklund) Quote 
Quote ( Jasper Coosemans @ March 21st 2019,22:09:01 )

Quote ( Roland Postle @ March 21st 2019,22:05:27 )

Love this idea.

"Did you know, it's impossible to hum while pinching your nose?"

And just like that you don't feel so bad about the random..
Until you get the random... "your driver hit the wall because he was checking if it is possible to hum while picking his nose"


"your driver hit the wall because he was checking if it is possible to hum while pinching his nose and after lifting his visor a fly flew into his eye"
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Old post #14 posted Mar 28th 2019, 20:55:41 (last edited Mar 28th 2019, 21:05:07 by Jason Claydon) Quote 
Additions to the Race Analysis:

• positions, risks used and driver energy used in Q1 and Q2
• Better visibility for boost laps

Thank you! :)
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