Hello and welcome to TMR Game Week 31.
IndyCar Protest – the result of the Loudon race may be amended in the morning, if that happens I will change the totals in this post and also last week’s post, on Wednesday evening.
This post accepts entries for these 4 events:
– F1 Spa-Francorchamps
– NASCAR Bristol
– MotoGP Indianapolis
– IndyCar Sonoma/Sears Point
Each week you pick 10 entries with a maximum of 7 of those coming from a single championship.
You can have any mix of races from those listed in this post, and you don’t have to use all of them.
See this page for the rules.
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|Week 30||ALMS||NASCAR Cup|
|1||50||#6 Muscle Milk||Kyle Busch|
|2||40||#16 Dyson||Jimmie Johnson|
|3||35||#52 PR1||Brad Keselowski|
|4||32||#63 Genoa||Mark Martin|
|5||30||#055 Level 5||Ryan Newman|
|6||28||#05 CORE||Jeff Gordon|
|7||26||#12 Autocon||Kasey Kahne|
|8||24||#89 Intersport||Clint Bowyer|
|9||22||#06 CORE||Tony Stewart|
|10||20||#62 Risi||Matt Kenseth|
|Crooked Cap (80%)||154|
|Mike Rice (80%)||154|
Three in a row for Startledbunny, congrats!
A close fight for 2nd between Mav and ‘Geek.
Sebastian had a shocker after his NASCAR picks let him down.
Please see the results produced by Sebastian for a break-down driver by driver.
|12||12||0||The Crooked Cap||6353||154||6507||102|
Sean now has a tidy lead, although we’ve seen how quickly fortunes change in this game.
The race for 3rd is hotting up, I’ve caught Gavin slightly and Andy is now just 4 points behind me. A bit of a gap behind, Mav has closed the gap to Felipe.
Races This Week
Spa! Everyone loves Spa. This race is so unpredictable there’s little I can put here, surely the rain will feature at some point but perhaps it will buck the trend across Europe and stay dry and sunny?
NASCAR Cup Bristol
Another trip to the half-mile bullring where bodywork will no doubt go flying.
Whilst I like that MotoGP races at Indy, the infield road course remains awful and the races here haven’t been up to the usual standard of the series – and this year the series hasn’t been up to its usual standard anyway. It is a shame that it puts on a fairly poor show, and I remain hopeful that’ll change this week.
IndyCar Sears Point
Not the greatest course on the schedule by any stretch of the imagination but it isn’t always as bad as some make out. I would still call it the ‘Hungaroring of IndyCar’, mind you the Budapest track has proven even a bad circuit can generate a good race from time to time. Fingers crossed.