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The Oppositelock Forza 6 2.4 Hours Of Daytona: Results And Replay

Here are the results, replay, and photos from The Oppositelock Forza 6 2.4 Hours Of Daytona. In addition, I have a few notes about the upcoming vintage F1 series in this post.

The Race

Here is the link to the replay, in case you missed the race. This is the most people we’ve had for a race like this since Daytona last year, which resulted in a lot of action and close racing. Special thanks to RoboRed for recording the race from a spectator’s point of view, everyone who also recorded the race and/or streamed it on Twitch, and to Little Black Coupe for being the pace car.

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Results

Here are the results by class, as well as a picture of the car used by each driver.

LMP

1st: SrPhloofy: Mazda Lola B12/80

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2nd: Corey CC97: Ford Riley Mk XXVI Daytona Prototype

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3rd: th4tjoshguy: Chevrolet Corvette Daytona Prototype

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4th: NevadaHotDice: Mazda Lola B12/80

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5th: KlossN: Nissan Deltawing-That-Totally-Isn’t-Actually-A-Nismo-GT-R-LM-Shut-Up

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6th: Dr CHAIR PHD: Nissan Deltawing-That-Totally-Isn’t-Actually-A-Nismo-GT-R-LM-Shut-Up

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7th: mackleroy45: Mazda Lola B12/80

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8th: JA 37 Viggen: Chevrolet Corvette Daytona Prototype

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9th: AreYouCereal32: Mazda Lola B12/80

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10th: Rudi SRT4: Ford Riley Mk XXVI Daytona Prototype

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11th: admiralCB: Chevrolet Corvette Daytona Prototype

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12th: CAMAROBOY68SS: Chevrolet Corvette Daytona Prototype (DNF)

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GT

1st: X Mr Plankton X: Nissan GT-R GT500

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2nd: Oo Bobbro oO: McLaren MP4-12C GT3

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3rd: nichpsu: Ferrari 458 Italia GTLM

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4th: kiwichris1709: McLaren MP4-12C GT3

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5th: Capirossi22: Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo

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6th: Kchrpm: Chevrolet Corvette C7.R

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7th: Ray0241: BMW M3 GT2

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8th: Tellurium132: Audi R8 LMS ultra

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The Trophies

As per the usual with major championships/races, the winners in each class shall receive desirable, expertly crafted trophies.

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For his 1st place finish in the Prototype class and the overall race standings, the trophy for 1st place is awarded to SrPhloofy!

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And for his 1st place finish in the GT class, the trophy for 1st place in GT is presented to X Mr Plankton X!

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Photos

Here are some more photos from the race. If you have any pictures from the race that you want to share, post them in the comments.

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Thoughts And Comments

Personally, I think this race went very well. This is the best turnout we’ve had in awhile. We only needed 2 more people to fill the lobby. Racing was close in both classes, and with this many people there was a lot of racing going on. There were some cautions, and with 20 people and 2.4 hours of racing that was to be expected. There weren’t any major, race-breaking events though. So then, it was a mostly clean, fast paced, and close race.

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Now, I had said that I was going to say some stuff about vintage F1. I’m confirming the track list, build rules, and start date now so you can all start practicing.

Track List: 1. Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, 2. Watkins Glen Full Circuit Alt, 3. Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit, 4. Le Mans Bugatti Circuit (Rain), 5. Long Beach Full Circuit, 6. Nurburgring Full Circuit, 7. Monza Full Circuit Alt, 8. Bernese Alps Stadtplatz Circuit, 9. Rio Full Circuit, 10. Laguna Seca.

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Build Rules: Mclaren M23 (P906) (race brakes, race tires, street hood optional), Lotus 77 (P906) (race brakes, race tires), Ferrari 312 T2 (P906) (race brakes, race tires, street hood optional).

First race: February 4th, 4:30 PM EST.

Expect a full post with sign ups and all the details soon.

That’s it for the 2.4 Hours of Daytona! Until next year. Based on what went down, I’d say we’re looking at what will become a good year of racing.

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