NoGripRacing.com

Go Back   NoGripRacing Forums > PC Racing > Assetto Corsa

Reply
Thread Tools
Unread 25 April 17, 12:04   #151
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay from last night's Lotus 98T race at Monaco
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 1 May 17, 17:37   #152
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default Lotus 98T Round Five From Spa 9pm Est on NAGPTV!


The North American Grand Prix Monday night Lotus 98T series travels to Belgium this evening for round five of the championship from the legendary Spa-Francorchamps Circuit.

Last week at Monaco, Andrew Adamson put together a stellar performance on his way to his first career win on Monday nights. Adamson set the tone early in qualifying by setting pole over one second quicker than second place qualifier Matt Taylor. It was all Adamson again for the race, leading all fifty-one laps and lapping the field up to second place. Matt Taylor who finished in second, closed to within three seconds of Adamson in the winding laps of the race but was unable to mount any real threat of an overtake. Eiran Parsons finished the race in third, one lap behind the winner. Given the challenge posed by racing these beasts at Monoco made Adamson's win even more impressive, staying out of trouble and virtually mistake free. Truly a great drive by Adamson!

With four rounds in the books, Chris Moses and Eiran Parsons are tied for the lead in the drivers championship with eighty-one points. Just eight points behind the leaders are Matt Taylor and Andrew Adamson who are both tied for second place.

Precision Motor Racing's Matt Taylor and Chris Moses hold a twenty point lead over TBROKDAMBAM's Eiran Parsons and John Houston in the team championship 154-134. Rowdy Burns Racing Team's Andrew Adamson and Kevin Kirkbride received a nice boost in the points after last weeks results, they're third with 120 points.

Join NAGPTV this evening at 9pm eastern for complete coverage of round five from Spa-Francorchamps. The racing begins with twenty-five minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

We hope you're able to tune in tonight and every Monday. Don't miss a second of the racing here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and get notified when we go live!
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 2 May 17, 00:29   #153
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Lotus 98T Round Five Live From Spa in 30 Minutes!!
https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 2 May 17, 12:41   #154
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay of last night's Lotus 98T race at Spa
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 15 May 17, 22:50   #155
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default Lotus 98T Round Seven From Riverside Live 9pm Est on NAGPTV!


Join the Monday night broadcast crew for complete coverage of round seven of the North American Grand Prix Monday night Lotus 98T championship from Riverside International Raceway in California. NAGPTV will carry all of the action live starting at 9pm eastern with twenty-five minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

The popular Riverside International Raceway for Assetto Corsa was created from scratch by Kevin Lechmanski, a regular competitor on Monday nights here at NAGP. Lechmanski finished on the podium last week for the first time this season and will be the clear favorite heading into tonight's race. Kevin's work on this track is amazing. This track is a must download. A wonderful trip back in time.

We hope you're able to tune in tonight and every Monday. Don't miss a second of the racing here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and get notified when we go live!
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 16 May 17, 00:37   #156
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

98T Round Seven Live From Riverside in 30 Minutes!!
https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 16 May 17, 11:55   #157
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay from last night's Lotus 98T race at Riverside
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 22 May 17, 17:53   #158
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default Lotus 98T Round Eight From Paul Ricard 9pm Est on NAGPTV!


Paul Ricard in France hosts round eight of the North American Grand Prix Monday night open wheel series and you can catch it all live tonight on NAGPTV beginning at 9pm eastern.

Eiran Parsons took home a big win last week at the thrilling Riverside circuit, scoring maximum points for the round and in the process, closed the gap on championship leader Chris Moses. The story of the night however was the fantastic finish for the last two steps of the podium. Ian Jolicoeur, who started from the back of the grid, worked his through the field to challenge Jake Feimster for second. Jolicoeur got past Feimster on lap thirty-two but Feimster recovered well and hung onto the tail of Jolicoeur looking for a way back past. Feimster had his opportunity on the final lap as the two drivers were side by side leading into the final corner with the slight advantage going to Feimster. Jolicoeur took it as deep as one could possibly go and managed to miraculously keep it off of the wall and hang onto the second position. Feimsters third place result was his best of the season to this point. Truly and amazing finish.

After seven rounds, Chris Moses leads the drivers championship with 138 points. Eiran Parsons is second 123 points and Matt Taylor is third with 119.

In the team championship, Precision Motor Racing's Chris Moses and Matt Taylor are first with 257 points. TBROKDAMBAM's Eiran Parsons and John Houston are second with 209 points.

We hope you're able to tune in tonight and every Monday. Don't miss a second of the racing here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and get notified when we go live!
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 23 May 17, 00:36   #159
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

98T Round Eight From Paul Ricard Live in 30 Minutes!!
https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 23 May 17, 13:48   #160
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay from last night's Lotus 98T race at Paul Ricard
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 5 June 17, 18:06   #161
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default Lotus 98T Round Nine From Brands Hatch Live 9pm Est on NAGPTV!


The North American Grand Prix Monday night open wheel series returns to action this week after a week off to contest round nine of the championship from the Brands Hatch Circuit in England.

Eiran Parsons has closed the lead in the championship to ten points after back to back wins at Riverside and Paul Ricard. With both Parsons and Moses straddled with 55kg of success ballast entering tonight's race at Brands Hatch, the opportunity is there for third place in the driver championship, Matt Taylor, in search of his first win of the season, to close up his twenty-four point deficit to the leader.

We invite you to tune into NAGPTV this evening beginning at 9pm eastern for complete coverage of tonight's race. The night begins with twenty-five minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race to the checkered flag.

We hope you're able to tune in tonight and every Monday. Don't miss a second of the racing here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and get notified when we go live!
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 6 June 17, 00:34   #162
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

98T Round Nine From Brands Hatch Live in 30 Minutes!!
https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 13 June 17, 11:54   #163
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay from last night's Lotus 98T race at Hockenheim
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 19 June 17, 19:43   #164
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default Lotus 98T Round Eleven From Monza Live 9pm Est on NAGPTV!


The Cathedral of Speed known as Monza plays host to round eleven of the North American Grand Prix Monday night open wheel championship this evening.

In what is looking more and more like a twelve round heavyweight championship prize fight this season, Chris Moses, leader in the Monday night drivers championship, stole another round after winning his fourth race of the season least week at Hockenheim. Eiran Parsons, second in the championship standings, took his licks early on in the race after qualifying in a dismal eleventh. Parsons did not let his poor qualifying performance affect his race as the Australian finished the race in third behind Ian Jolicoeur.

With just two races to go this season, Chris Moses is hoping to land that knockout blow tonight. Moses, with a fifteen point lead in the drivers championship, looks to have Parsons on the ropes. Parsons is looking strong, showing excellent pace in the practice leading up to tonight. Barring any incidents that keep either drive out of the points, we're fully expecting this battle to go the distance and be decided next week in Mexico.

Be sure sure to join Kevin Kirkbride and Jack Ivy on NAGPTV this evening starting at 9pm eastern for complete coverage of tonight's penultimate round from Monza. The night begins with twenty-five minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race to the checkered flag.

We hope you're able to tune in tonight and every Monday. Don't miss a second of the racing here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and get notified when we go live!
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 20 June 17, 00:32   #165
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

98T Round Eleven From Monza Live in 30 Minutes!!
https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 20 June 17, 11:34   #166
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay from last night's Lotus 98T race at Monza

NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 26 June 17, 18:30   #167
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default Lotus 98T Season Finale From Mexico Live 9pm Est on NAGPTV!


The final round of the North American Grand Prix Monday night Lotus 98T open wheel series is upon us. The Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit in Mexico is where we'll crown the driver, team and competition index champions for season XXXI.

Entering tonight's finale, Chris Moses holds a twenty-three point lead in the drivers championship over second place Eiran Parsons. Parsons, who is still mathematically in championship contention, would need to pull out a win in tonight's race and hope Moses finishes outside of the points. Bad news for Parsons is that Moses has scored points in every round this season making that scenario to play out very unlikely. But this is racing, and we all know anything can happen.

In the team championship. Precision Motor Racing's Chris Moses and Matt Taylor look set to take home their fourth team title in five seasons of open wheel racing. PMR's forty-point cushion over TBROKDAMBAM's Eiran Parsons and John Houston looks to be too tall of a mountain to climb, but then again, they still have a shot and anything is possible.

Finally, in the Competition Index, which is a prize awarded to the driver who completes the most distance in a season, Chris Moses leads through eleven rounds completing 478 out of a possible 479 laps for a total of 2244.814km driven. Eiran Parsons is second in this category just 8.668km behind the leader.

NAGPTV will be your home this evening for complete coverage of tonight's race from Mexico. The broadcast begins at 9pm eastern with twenty-five minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

We hope you're able to tune in tonight and every Monday. Don't miss a second of the racing here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and get notified when we go live!
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 27 June 17, 00:33   #168
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

98T Season 31 Finale From Mexico Live in 30 Minutes!!
https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 4 September 17, 18:03   #169
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default 1991 F1 Season Debuts With Round One From Laguna Seca 9pm Est on NAGPTV!


After last Thursdays outstanding season opener in GT at Sebring, it's now time for the open wheel drivers to strut their stuff this evening with round one in the new for season XXXII 1991 Formula One Championship mod from Laguna Seca.

Season XXXI team champions Precision Motor Racing will once again return to the grid to defend their titles this coming season. Chris Moses and Matt Taylor have been the class of the field in the open wheel series on Mondays winning four out of the last five team championship titles since moving to Assetto Corsa in season XXVII. TBROKDAMBAM's Eiran Parsons and John Houston will be looking to once again take the fight to PMR and end their dominance on Monday nights. The newly formed French Connection pairing of Ian Jolicoeur and Phillipe Simard will be a team to watch this season as both drivers have displayed incredible pace in preparation for this season. Marc DeGras will make his debut in the open wheel category this season moving over from the GT class and Joel Eckman will be a full time competitor this season, both drivers are looking very quick.

NAGPTV is your home for complete coverage of tonight's opening round at Laguna Seca. The racing begins at 9pm eastern with qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

Season XXXII will recreate all of the excitement and passion from the 1991 Formula One season as we race at nearly all of the legendary tracks from that year in an incredible car painted in classic Formula One liveries.

Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 5 September 17, 00:29   #170
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

1991 Formula One From Laguna Seca Live in 30 Minutes!
https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv
http://www.youtube.com/user/nagptv
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 5 September 17, 12:28   #171
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay from last night's '91 F1 season opener at Laguna Seca.
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 11 September 17, 17:47   #172
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default Round Two of NAGP's 1991 F1 Series From Interlagos Tonight 9pm Est on NAGPTV!


The North American Grand Prix Monday night Formula One open wheel series heads down to Brazil this evening for round two of the championship at the famed Interlagos Circuit.

Last week's season opener at Laguna Seca produced some thrilling racing throughout the grid as well as a first time pole setter and winner in the Monday night league. The night began with a hotly contested qualifying session among the top five positions on the grid. Philippe Simard took home his first career Monday night pole position edging out Chris Moses in the session by under a tenth of a second. The top five were separated by just five tenths of a second with Marc DeGras taking the fifth spot in his debut in the series last week.

As the race began, Chris Moses and Matt Taylor, second and third on the grid, jumped out to the early lead on the soft tires running first and second in the early stages of the race. After getting tangled up with lapped traffic on lap six, Moses was forced to retire from the race due to mechanical damage. His Precision Motor Racing teammate, Taylor, took over the lead of the race. A fuel miscalculation by Taylor forced him to coast around the circuit in order to save fuel and make it into the pit lane. The mistake costing Taylor valuable time on track and ultimately a potential win. Those two incidents handed the lead of the race to Philippe Simard, who on the mediums, opted for a one stop strategy and managed to maintain a gap over Marc DeGras who was running second at the time. After pit cycles were completed, it was Philippe Simard who found himself leading and ultimately winning the race all while on a one stop strategy that did not appear to be the right call when the race began. Simard held it together, drove well at the end and came away with his first win in the Monday night series. Eiran Parsons finished second after starting the race back in sixth while Matt Taylor battled back from his earlier mistake to take the final step on the podium.

Now it's time to do it all again! Join Kevin Kirkbride and Brad Merys as they bring you complete coverage of round two from Interlagos starting at 9pm eastern on NAGPTV. The night of racing begins with twenty-five minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

This will be the first round this season where we see what kind of effect the success ballast will play on last weeks podium finishers. It will certainly be interesting to see how tonight's race plays itself out.

Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 12 September 17, 00:27   #173
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

1991 F1 Round Two From Interlagos Live in 30 Minutes!
https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv
http://www.youtube.com/user/nagptv
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 12 September 17, 12:51   #174
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay from last night's '91 F1 race at Interlagos
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 18 September 17, 16:02   #175
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default Round Three of NAGP's '91 F1 Series From Imola Live 9pm Est on NAGPTV!


The North American Grand Prix Monday night open wheel series travels to Italy this evening for round three of the championship at Imola.

Last week at Interlagos, Kevin Lechmanski had the biggest night of his NAGP career scoring his first pole position followed by his first ever victory on Monday night's in the open wheel series. Lechmanski, known more for his fantastic track creations is also quite adept behind the wheel as well.

Lechmanski began his memorable night on pole position, edging out Philippe Simard by an incredibly close two thousandths of a second. After being shuffled back a couple of positions when the race began, Lechmanski settle into a nice groove setting consistent laps. Lechmanski opted for a one stop strategy as opposed to a two-stopper employed by those around him. That decision proved to be the right call as Lechmanski took over the overall lead of the race on lap thirty-four. Lechmanski took home the checkers eight seconds ahead of second place Eiran Parsons. In another shocker, David Ralli finished on the final step of the podium and in doing so, equaled his Team TFS squads total points for the last two seasons combined! Great drives by all three podium finishers.

Be sure to join the Monday night broadcast crew on NAGPTV for complete coverage of tonight's race at Imola. Coverage begins at 9pm eastern with qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race to the checkered flag.

Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 19 September 17, 00:33   #176
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

1991 F1 Round Three From Imola Live in 30 Minutes!
https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv
http://www.youtube.com/user/nagptv
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 19 September 17, 12:17   #177
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay from last night's '91 F1 race at Imola
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 25 September 17, 18:04   #178
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default Round 4 of NAGP's 1991 F1 Championship Live Tonight From Monaco 9pm Est on NAGPTV


The confined streets of Monaco plays host to round four of the North American Grand Prix 1991 Formula One championship this evening and NAGPTV will have all of the action live starting at 9pm Eastern.

Philippe Simard took his second win of the season last week at Imola holding off a hard charging Chris Moses late in the race and moving himself into a tie for the lead of the drivers championship. Simard who started second behind pole sitter Moses, was on a different strategy than the Moses to begin the race. Simard, on a one stop strategy, took over the lead on lap thirty after Moses, on a two stop strategy entered the pits for his final stop. Simard on the slower medium tire, saw an eight second gap to Moses quickly start to fade away as Moses was setting a blistering pace on the quicker soft compound tire. With five laps to go, the gap between the top two drivers was at one second. Moses was patiently waiting for the right opportunity to get around Simard but that opening was never there. Simard managed to hold off Moses finishing just two tenths ahead of second place. As all of the attention was focused on the two guys at the front, Simard's teammate, Ian Jolicoeur, quietly drove it home to a solid third place finish. The drivers did not disappoint last week, certainly the most exciting race of the season thus far up and down the grid.

After three rounds, Eiran Parsons and Philippe Simard share the lead in the drivers championship with fifty points each. Matt Taylor is second with forty-one points and Marc DeGras is third with forty points.

In the team championship, TBROKDAMBAM's Eiran Parsons and John Houston lead with seventy-four points followed by Chris Moses and Matt Taylor of Precision Motor Racing with seventy points. The French Connection's Philippe Simard and Ian Joliceour received a big boost in the championship standings after last weeks result jumping up to third with sixty-eight points.

Be sure to tune into NAGPTV this evening for round four from Monaco. At 9pm eastern we'll get the action started with qualifying followed immediately after by the race.

Monaco has historically been a race filled with attrition. This will no doubt be the most difficult test so far this season for the guys behind the wheel of this beast of a car.

Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 26 September 17, 00:27   #179
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

91F1 Round Four From Monaco Live in 30 Minutes!
https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv
http://www.youtube.com/user/nagptv
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 26 September 17, 11:17   #180
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay from last night's F1 race at Monaco
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 2 October 17, 17:01   #181
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default 1991 F1 Championship Round Five From Montreal Live 9pm Est on NAGPTV!


Following it's toughest challenge of the season last week on the streets of Monaco, the Monday night 1991 Formula One league now takes on another challenging circuit with a street course feel, the fabulous Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal plays host to round five of the series this evening.

Once again, pit strategy played a role last week at Monaco as the one stop option on Mediums proved to be the better way to go over the two stop strategy on the softs. Philippe Simard got things started by taking his second pole position of the season ahead of Eiran Parsons by just over a tenth of a second. As the race began, Philippe Simard took the early lead of the race on the soft compound. Eiran Parsons and Chris Moses who started second and third both started on the mediums and were setting similar lap times to the leader. Early reports from the engineers along the pit wall indicated that the medium tire was not all that much slower than the softs and that proved to be the case as the race transpired. After Simard entered the pits on lap eighteen of the scheduled fifty-one laps, it was clear at that moment he was on a two stop strategy. With clear track ahead, both Parsons and Moses maintained great pace and stayed out of trouble. After Simard went into the pits for his second and final stop, that cleared the way for Parsons and Moses to drive past Simard to finish first and second respectively. Simard ended the night on the final step of the podium. John Houston who finished fourth and Marc DeGras fifth, both put together great races to finish on the lead lap.

After four rounds, Eiran Parsons stands alone atop the drivers championship after last weeks win with seventy-five points. Philippe Simard is second with sixty-nine points and Marc DeGras is third with fifty-four points.

In the team championship, TBROKDAMBAM's Eiran Parsons and John Houston have moved into the lead 115 points. Precision Motor Racing's Chris Moses and Matt Taylor fall to second with ninety points. The French Connection's Philippe Simard and Ian Jolicoeur are third with eighty-seven points.

NAGPTV is your home for complete coverage of tonight's round five from Montreal. Qualifying gets underway at 9pm eastern followed immediately after by the 200km race.

With three of the top four drivers in the championship standings straddled with 30kg of ballast for tonight's race, it will be interesting see who will step up and potentially come away with a win tonight. Can Marc DeGras, John Houston or Ian Jolicoeur, all Canadians, win at their home track? They certainly all have the pace to do so.

Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 3 October 17, 00:30   #182
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

1991 F1 Round Five From Montreal Live in 30 Minutes!
https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv
http://www.youtube.com/user/nagptv
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 3 October 17, 12:20   #183
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay From Last Night's '91 F1 Race at Montreal
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 9 October 17, 15:31   #184
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default 1991 F1 Championship From Mexico Live 9pm Est on NAGPTV!


Round six of the North American Grand Prix 1991 F1 Championship gets underway this evening at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico and NAGPTV will be your home for complete coverage of tonight's event.

Ian Jolicoeur withstood a late race surge last week from Matt Taylor to take home his first win of the season at his home track in Montreal. Jolicoeur finished the night with maximum points for the round after setting pole position and leading the most laps in the race. Matt Taylor had his best result of the season thus far finishing just one second behind the race winner. Kevin Lechmanski finished comfortably in third twenty-seven seconds behind Jolicoeur.

The win by Jolicoeur helped his French Connection team move into second in the standings, five points behind leaders TBROKDAMBAM in the team classification. Precision Motor Racing's Chris Moses and Matt Taylor have dipped to third, a position they're not used to being in. Meanwhile, Marc DeGras and Kevin Lechmanski, in the newly beefed up Ligier team are fourth, sixteen points behind the leaders.

In the Drivers championship, Philippe Simard has moved into the lead after five rounds after a disappointing result last week by Eiran Parsons. Simard leads with eighty-three points, seven points ahead of second place Eiran Parsons. Marc DeGras is alone in third with sixty-four points while teammates Chris Moses and Matt Taylor are tied for fourth six sixty-one points each.

NAGPTV will have all of the bases covered this evening as we kick the night of racing off with qualifying at 9pm eastern. Immediately following the qualifying session will be the 200km race to the checkered flag.

Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 10 October 17, 00:30   #185
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

1991 F1 Round Six From Mexico '88 Live in 30 Minutes!
https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv
http://www.youtube.com/user/nagptv
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 10 October 17, 21:21   #186
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay from last night's '91 F1 race at Mexico '88
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 16 October 17, 18:19   #187
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default 1991 NAGP F1 Championship Continues Tonight with Round Seven From Silverstone!


The North American Grand Prix Monday night 1991 Formula One series travels to England for round seven of the championship at Silverstone this evening.

Ian Jolicoeur made it back-to-back wins last week winning in Mexico by the closest of margins over second place Eiran Parsons. After an incident on lap one involving the pole setter Phillipe Simard and Chris Moses which cost them both several positions, it was Kevin Miller who found himself in front early. A mistake by Miller allowed Parsons through to the lead with Jolicoeur in hot pursuit. Jolicoeur managed to get past Parsons on lap eleven by utilizing the draft down Mexico's long front straight. The pass turned out to be the move that would decide the winner as Jolicoeur withstood intense pressure from Parsons for nearly fifteen laps as the gap between the two remained under a second the entire time. Jolicoeur crossed the line a half a second ahead of Parsons earning him his second consecutive win. Chris Moses managed to finish third despite the earlier incident between himself and Simard.

After six rounds in the championship, Eiran Parsons is back in the lead of the drivers championship with ninety-six points. Philippe Simard drops to second with eighty-four points. Marc DeGras continues to impress this season sitting third with eighty points.

In the team championship, TBROKDAMBAM's Eiran Parsons and John Houston lead with 162 points. The French Connections Philippe Simard and Ian Jolicoeur are second with 153 points. Meanwhile, last season's championship winning Precision Motor Racing team of Chris Moses and Matt Taylor are third with 140 points.

We invite you to join the broadcast this evening on NAGPTV starting at 9pm eastern. Coverage begins with twenty-five minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race at Silverstone.

Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 17 October 17, 00:31   #188
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

91 F1 Round Seven From Silverstone Live in 30 Minutes!
https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv
http://www.youtube.com/user/nagptv
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 17 October 17, 17:54   #189
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay from last night's '91 F1 race at Silverstone
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 23 October 17, 17:26   #190
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default 1991 F1 Championship Visits Hockenheim For Round Eight Live 9pm Est on NAGPTV!


The North American Grand Prix Monday night open wheel series travels back in time this evening for round eight of the championship at the 1988 version of Hockenheim in Germany.

The French Connection team made it three wins in a row after Philippe Simard claimed the top step of the podium after last weeks race at Silverstone. Simard led all sessions claiming pole position by over 1.5 seconds ahead of Marc DeGras in second. Simard topped the big points night off by leading the most laps and scoring maximum points for the night. Marc DeGras, who took the fight to Simard early in the race, faded a bit after pit stops and finished a season best second, twenty-three seconds behind the leader. Matt Taylor finished the night in third, twenty-nine seconds behind first place.

The win by Philippe Simard moved the Canadian into first place in the drivers championship with 110 points. Eiran Parsons drops to second in the standings just two points behind the leader with 108 points. Marc DeGras remains in championship contention as he sits third with 100 points.

After three straight wins by The French Connection's Ian Jolicoeur and Philippe Simard, they have now moved into the lead of the team championship with 189 points. TBROKDAMBAM's Eiran Parsons and John Houston are second with 180 points while the Ligier team of Kevin Lechmanski and Marc DeGras are third with 168 points.

Join NAGPTV starting at 9pm eastern for complete coverage of round eight from Hockenheim. The racing begins with twenty-five minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 200km race.

There will be plenty of passing opportunities on offer at the end of the giant straights of Hockenheim which should amount to some great racing action.

Don't miss a second of the racing coverage on Monday and Thursday nights here at NAGP! Follow us on Twitch and on YouTube and get notified when we go live!
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 24 October 17, 00:30   #191
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

1991 F1 Round Eight From Hockenheim Live in 30 Minutes!
https://www.twitch.tv/nagptv
http://www.youtube.com/user/nagptv
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 24 October 17, 18:13   #192
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay from last night's F1 race at Hockenheim
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 2 November 17, 13:20   #193
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay from Monday's open wheel race at Hungaroring
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 7 November 17, 18:19   #194
NAGP
 
NAGP's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Default

Replay from last night's F1 race at Spa
NAGP is offline   Reply With Quote
Reply

Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump

All times are GMT. The time now is 01:10.
Home - Top

Powered by vBulletin® - Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.

www.nogripracing.com 2003 - 2017
Page generated in 0.07355 seconds with 10 queries