TNH Modern Season 18, Race 6

  • @Scott-Przybylski I'm dumb and can't find a blue button. I try to double click on this as a url without success. If you can give me a url that I can use and save it would be appreciated.

  • @Allrc1 To find the blue button in rFactor, do the following:

    From the main menu: click Connect, then Join. The blue "+" button is on the screen with the list of servers. It is next to a red "x" button and a green "refresh" button in the upper left.

    When you click on this button it will bring up a screen where it wants you to enter an IP address. What this address is, I don't know.

  • @Allrc1 I got it

  • Server address

  • @cp65 Oh if you feel like painting the 2 wing Coors I think that’s a sick boat :) if we are racing on the sim next season don’t worry about it. ;)

    Was just interested in learning because there are so many cool boats and just for my own purpose.

    However. It sounds like there is a vision with where the new game is headed that I can get behind.

    Thanks all,

  • At this point, I don't think it would be worth it to try to do the Coors Dry boat. Not all the logos are available at this time, so I would have to make them myself. Like Scott said, the HydroSim will be coming out soon so he could add a 2 wing model into it (hint hint). If that were to happen, I would have to re-do the boat.

  • @cp65 I like that idea! There have been some pretty cool two wing hulls before. 😉

  • 6 drivers attended the Albert Lee Cup with 1 surprise no show (Chris Porten). The night started off with Bud driven by Mickey Washburn as the fastest qualifier. The Bud won all 3 of its heats and entered the final heat with a perfect day. The DeWalt Tools driven by Jeff DeWalt had 2 wins and a 2nd. The 6 boat field was trimmed to 5 win the DegreeMen had to withdraw from the day. They had boat problems (computer) in the first to heats scoring 0 pts and called it a day. In the final the Bud hit the start first and took the lead with the DeWalt on his outside and the 7-11 driven by James Bandit on his inside. Finishing lap 3 the 7-11 steering wheel came loose and he got into the Bud's roostertail and flipped. So it was a 2 boat race with the DeWalt on the Bud's hip keeping the pressure on. Then exiting t2 starting the last lap it payed off when the Bud hooked. DeWalt had the lead with the Bud making one last run coming out of the roostertail turn, but it wasn't enough and DeWalt Tools won by half a boat length.

        Final Heat Results
    1st DeWalt Tools
    2nd  Budweiser
    3rd  7-Eleven
    4th  Graham Trucking
    DNF  Hoss Mortgage

  • Due to unforeseen circumstances, the U21 was unable to make it to the race course. Driver Chris Porten was able to arrive in time for the last heat race and the final, but was unable to compete. The boat should be ready to go for the next race.

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