Hello and welcome to TMR Game Week 28.
This post accepts entries for these 4 events:
– IndyCar Mid-Ohio
– ALMS Mid-Ohio
– NASCAR Pocono
– DTM Nurburgring
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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|1||50||Jenson Button||Paul Menard|
|2||40||Sebastian Vettel||Jeff Gordon|
|3||35||Fernando Alonso||Regan Smith|
|4||32||Lewis Hamilton||Jamie McMurray|
|5||30||Mark Webber||Matt Kenseth|
|6||28||Felipe Massa||Tony Stewart|
|7||26||Paul di Resta||Greg Biffle|
|8||24||Sebastien Buemi||Mark Martin|
|9||22||Nico Rosberg||Brad Keselowski|
|10||20||Jaime Alguersuari||Kyle Busch|
|The Crooked Cap||213||69||282|
|No Entry Received: 80% of lowest score|
Please see the results produced by Sebastian for a break-down driver by driver.
Congrats to Sebastian for winning the week, quite an achievement for both he and Jackie to break away when much of the field was covered by 17 points, however when the Cup race is won by Paul Menard you know it is an odd week.
|12||12||0||The Crooked Cap||5540||282||5822||54|
Sebastian has made back much of his lost ground to Sean, the gap is now 14 points. I’ve regained 3rd although only by a single point! Andy and Felipe are just two points apart now.
Races This Week
Quite a processional race, the way F1 used to be, because it is narrow and there is only one real passing place (one and a half for those willing to push).
This is usually much the better of the two races in this double-header, because the speed differentials between the classes creates a lot of passing opportunities where otherwise there are none. PDF Entry List
NASCAR Cup Pocono
A second visit to this track this year, there are enough people who say the races at this track are long and boring to convince me not to watch it, even if it turns out to be not half bad.
Seems odd to have a decent-sized championship visit a venue so soon after the F1 GP. They cut off the bottom section of the track to increase the lap count.