Congratulations to @Doomy for once again winning this week and @nme1 for also scoring a sub 3 minute run, really well done. These cars seemed far more suitable for the road conditions of wales than previous week’s selection.
|Week 45||Pant Mawr|
|1||Doomy||SEAT Ibiza kitcar||02:52.409|
|2||NME1||Peugeot 306 Maxi||02:59.926|
|3||DontBeSilly||SEAT Ibiza kitcar||03.00.192|
|4||Pylinaer||SEAT Ibiza kitcar||03:05.109|
|5||Frag-ile||SEAT Ibiza kitcar||03:07.992|
|6||M00||Peugeot 306 Maxi||03:16.892|
|7||onLooSe||Peugeot 306 Maxi||03:33.008|
|8||YQMaoski||SEAT Ibiza kitcar||03:35.341|
Both man and machine needs rest once in a while, but beasts just carry on. So we’re sending those of you who want to continue back to Monte Carlo for a doozy of a track.
Pra d’Alart seems to be a highly technical stage with a lot of sharp corners and narrow roads winding themselves up a mountain. If that wasn’t enough once you’re about 80% done the road surface changes to snow and ice just to mess up your hitherto perfect run. To make things even more interesting we’re doing it at night for the first time and just to mess things up a bit more it will also be snowing. So make sure your screenshots also include time and weather information.
Just the one car this week and it’s a noisy one, not sure what’s going on with it but they should probably take it over to the service area and get that checked out.
As I mentioned earlier I will be taking a break for this week and I encourage anyone to also take some time off. Week 46 is a bonus stage still open to anyone who wants to try it of course.
Enjoy your time off or fight with this stage.