Project Sim Racer: Hills and Valleys - Highlights from Season 1 - Episode 7


Shaun Cole On March 13, 2015
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Andreas spent most of season 1 of the 2015 iRacing schedule practicing and racing without any championship goals. Instead, he focused on finding his weaknesses to work on them for season 2. 

Watch as Andreas reports on the highlights, both ups and downs, in season 1 before starting up season 2 next week. 
 


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Tim Chitwood On 2015-03-16 11:04:06
Tim Chitwood

I agree and he is learning how to use the media and sponsorship, at least to a point. Being a successful racer takes a lot of different disciplines. 

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Andreas Wagner On 2015-03-16 09:50:13
Andreas Wagner

The Star Mazda is really difficult with cold tires and the "warm tires brake balance". Do you have buttons mapped for changing brake balance? If not, I recommend you do. I allways adjust the brake balance of the SM 2-3 % forward when I start a stint/quali/race and gradually put it back as the tires get warm. Otherwise the first few minutes are pretty difficult to brake at the limit.

Cheers,
Andi

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Andreas Martin Mørch On 2015-03-19 14:18:19
Andreas Martin Mørch

Thanks for the tip, I'll give it a go! It's not as bad after the suspension change though.

- Andreas

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Shaun Cole On 2015-03-15 17:43:49
Shaun Cole

Tim,

Andreas is a perfect example of the mental attitude it takes to get to a Huttu level.  Sometimes it takes more then just driving skills but the approach as well.
 

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Tim Chitwood On 2015-03-13 21:30:00
Tim Chitwood

It takes time and patience, fortunately you have a lot of both. Maybe you will be a future Huttu... smile

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Andreas Martin Mørch On 2015-03-15 18:26:25
Andreas Martin Mørch

That's the plan, yes!

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