Welcome to Week 32 of the Too Much Racing Game!
Apologies for the delay, I’ve been away and when I came back I was exhausted. I should have allowed a post-F1 rest day before returning to work!
Racing this week:
IndyCar Series – Kentucky Speedway, Sparta, Kentucky, USA;
DTM – Brands Hatch, Kent, England;
NASCAR Sprint Cup – Atlanta Motor Speedway, Atlanta, USA;
Usual restrictions apply, pick up to 7 drivers in any individual race up to a maximum of 10 drivers.
The cutoff is Saturday 4th September at 4.59am BST (British Summer Time = GMT+1), that’s 11.59pm Friday night US EDT.
For the full results from Week 30, read on.
How To Enter
1. Reply to this post.
2. List up to 10 drivers, with no more than 7 from a single event.
3. Send your entry before the stated deadline. You can make as many changes as you like until the closing point, I’ll take your last entry.
Most weeks feature 2 or 3 races, some weeks may have more than that and some may only have one. There’s not a rule stating you have to choose a driver in each race, any combination of up to 10 drivers is accepted.
On to the results!
|Week 31||American Le Mans Series||Formula 1||IndyCar Series|
|1||50||Dumas / Graf||Lewis Hamilton||Dario Franchitti|
|2||40||Brabham / Pagenaud||Mark Webber||Dan Wheldon|
|3||35||Mowlem / Burgess||Robert Kubica||Marco Andretti|
|4||32||Jeanette / Julian||Felipe Massa||Ryan Hunter-Reay|
|5||30||Tucker / Bouchut||Adrian Sutil||Tony Kanaan|
|6||28||Drayson / Cocker||Nico Rosberg||Helio Castroneves|
|7||26||Dyson / Smith||Michael Schumacher||Justin Wilson|
|8||24||Montevalvo / Zugel||Kamui Kobayashi||Scott Dixon|
|9||22||Tucker / Wallace||Vitaly Petrov||Vitor Meira|
|10||20||Gonzalez / Diaz||Vitantonio Liuzzi||Graham Rahal|
Points Awarded – Week 31
Well done Sebastian – he does it again! The analytical approach is paying off, that and the fact nobody else picked the two winning and two second-place drivers in the ALMS race, which made a big difference.
Nice to see Speedgeek up high in the scoring again, and I’m very happy to be 3rd. Jackie will be pleased to be in the top four!
For further insight into how the scores were calculated, Sebastian shows them in a different format and you can see the table here.
Overall Standings – Week 31
Sebastian extends his lead at the top and I consolidate my 2nd position. The Speedgeek jumps Sean for 4th.
Jackie is closing in on Burwellian quite quickly now.
Results sheets will available on the TMR drop.io soon.
Coming Up – Week 32
IZOD IndyCar Series – Kentucky Speedway this week, not sure it is a classic but may be worth a look. www.indycar.com (driver list);
NASCAR Sprint Cup – The season’s second race at Atlanta, from what I remember this is a pretty boring race but perhaps this one will be different? In March the top five were Kurt Busch, Matt Kenseth, Juan Montoya, Kasey Kahne and Paul Menard but that probably doesn’t mean much, perhaps you should look at the Current Standings too.
DTM – Brands Hatch may be a classic circuit but it is hopeless for good racing in anything faster than BTCC cars, so the DTM on the short Indy circuit tends to be a little processional. DTM site.
Enjoy the races!
13 thoughts on “TMR Game – Week 32”
My cunning plan is clearly not obvious….hmm
Jon Waldock, you might want to specify which Busch.
IndyCar: Briscoe, Dixon, Franchitti
Cup: Ku. Busch, Ky. Busch, Hamlin, Montoya
DTM: di Resta, Ekström, Spengler
Paul di Resta
Congratulations on your competition win over on Alianora’s site, Pat.
Jeff Gordon, Kyle Busch
Helio Castroneves, Dario Franchitti, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Scott Dixon
Head ruling head here, DC ❤ Paul di Resta, Bruno Spengler
Kyle Busch, Juan Pablo Montoya, Jimmie Johnson
DTM: Bruno Spengler, Jamie Green, Paul di Resta, Timo Schieder, Gary Paffett, Mattias Ekstrom
IndyCar: Dario Franchitti, Will Power, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Ryan Briscoe
Must stop being incosistant, hopefully a consistant 10 there so, fingers crossed for a good result.
Cunning plan to pick the top so-many in points? 🙂
Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t.
Paul Di Resta
After seeing the qualifying result, I’m dropping Kanaan and will have Tagliani instead.
Seem to have a fairly full house this week with a lot of overlapping picks.
Burwellian’s ten are:
Dank’s seven are (posted Week 4):
Dale Earnhardt Jr
Juan Pablo Montoya
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