The third day was quiet, and were cancelled only half of the laps than in the previous day. Gabri4Martin, from R70 Thrustmaster, Miguel Ballester, from KDS Team, Taras Pryshlyak, from KIYF DC eRacing and Borja Millán, from Huanaco with 6, 5, 4 and 3 laps deleted respectively, were the ones losing contact with the track more frequently.
A few minutes after the session was closed, the Convex Simracing Team sent the reply of a Nuno Pinto lap, not registered in the Hotlaps table, but the stewards had already seen that this lap was registered in the logs and in the server’s own reply, so it was validated. Just at the same time the best lap of the other driver of the team was found illegal, and then it was deleted.
With these changes the team passing directly to the Regular Phase is Convex Simracing Team that with the 1:26.496 of Nuno Pinto and the 1:26.676 of Peyo Peev, gets a combined time of 2:53.172. It was followed by Jean Alesi eSports Academy, at 173 thousandths, with 1:26.561 from Michele D’Alessandro and 1:26.784 from Muhammed Patel, who also saw his best time canceled.
A little more than 4 tenths behind was World of Simracing Team, thanks to 1:26,824 of Jordi San Andrés and 1:26.957 of José Berenguer. NetRex Grand Prix with Daniel Kiss and Petar Brljak, and KIYF DC eRacing with Tiago Carvalho and Alejandro López followed at a very close distance.
The times of the 48 drivers correctly registered participating yesterday was the following:
It should be noted that there are still 3 drivers whose registration form does not include their main team, so their times have not been taken into account. There are also 8 drivers who have marked a time, but we could not find their rFactor 2 nicks in any of the registration forms.
The number of drivers who have not completed their registration correctly has been reduced, but there are still some who should do so as soon as possible.