Ron O'Dell (keeper1st) wrote,
Ron O'Dell
keeper1st

UGPLOL Race Report

The UGPLOL ran Monza 1967 tonight for a 21-lap virtual race -- the shortest race all season, at just over 32 minutes. Even though I was in the theoretically slowest car because of winning the previous round, I should have done much better than I did. Racing can be a game of inches -- even sim-racing -- and I went just an inch too far... For most of the race, I was running quicker than the eventual winner. That's frustrating...

Next race: Silverstone, England (1967). With the poor finishes tonight by Morgan, Kaynakli, myself and Voeller, there will be some pretty fast cars out there.

Points awarded to top six finishers: 9, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1 -- plus 1 point for pole position and 1 point
for fastest race lap.
 
Driver    Pts PP FL Wins Aint Salz Zelt Good Oran Snet Adel Mnco Monz  Car for Silverstone

Niemczyk   46  1     3    2    3    6    1    4    1P   3         1    BRM
O'Dell     40  1  1  2    3    2    7    5    1PF  3    4    1    6    Eagle
Voeller    36  1  2  1    4    6    5    2 F  2    8    1PF  2    5    Ferrari
Parlee     32  2  2  2    1PF  1 F  2    3P                            Cooper
Kaynakli   28  2  1  1    6    8P   1PF  8    3    6    2    3    7    Lotus
Diamond    14  1  1       8    9    9   10         4    6    5PF  2    Honda
O'Kerry    14     1                 3    4              5         3 F  Cooper
Cousin     12             5    5   10    9         5    7    4    4    Brabham
Morgan     10  1          7    4    4    6    6    9    8    6    8P   Lotus
Hudson      7     1                      7         2 F  9              Lotus
Black       2                  7    8         5    7                   Lotus

NOTES:
* Voeller had his points taken away at Zeltweg for using the incorrect car.

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