SPANIAS WINS THE LEAGUE!

It was a matter of time, but in the end, Spanias managed to win the division 1 championship. After a very tight first half of season, where him and Curtoise were battling race after race, the Cypriot driver managed to extend until his P3 in the penultimate race in Brazil secured him the championship.
The race was won by young Tico, who is already one of the fastest drivers of the league and promises to be a canditate for the championship as soon as he gets more experience.

See you all in the last race in Abu Dhabi,

The DRS Team

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KICKASSMATT KICKS ASS! – Mexican Grand Prix – Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez

Matt gets his first win of the season with a commanding drive to the top spot of the podium, finishing 6 seconds in front  of JohnHeavenTerry, followed by Jono on the podium for his first time!

 

The race was full of incidents, which ended up just leaving the grid with 6 drivers left to cross to the finish line, showing everybody who the cleanest drivers on the grid are, giving best finishing positions to Balkonito, Jono, and D-KAY, Congratulations to you all, and for all who finished the race

Hope to see you all for the last two races of the season, with JohnHeavenTerry just needing 4 points to take the title, can he do it in Brazil!?

 

See you Soon! – Dynamic Racing Series

Division 1 – Lakitu wins again (Mexico GP)

The young German driver chalks up yet another victory after an amazing duel with gladiator2011, who lost only due to a time penalty; however, Lakitu’s race has been perfect from the start, where he started off in P5 but rapidly got to fight for the first places.
The battle for the title seems to be over, even though the numbers still give hope to Curtoise, but Spanias has a 49 points gap with 2 GP left: all the Cypriot driver has to do, to win his first title in DRS, is to finish a race in P9 or above.

See you in Brazil,

The DRS Team

Rusty Wins the United States Grand Prix!

The Cleanest driver wins the race, as Rusty was the only driver not picking up a penalty to go along with Commanding drive to the top step of the podium., Followed by JohnHeavenTerry, and a Splendid drive from Bilman who inherited the podium from BasicBoyle since he managed to pick up 21 seconds worth of penalties throughout the whole race.

Apart from that it wasn’t the best of races down to the fact 6 of the drivers didn’t even finish the race, most notably Balkanito who was involved with a lot of incidents in the race, which after the Stewards have decided, he has been given a penalty for the race due to Dangerous and very Unclean driving as well as Mixsois.  downgrading Balkanito to 11th and Mixsois to 10th Place, promoting Maldervich to 9th Place.

Hope to see you all soon in Mexico! – DRS Team

gamefan wins the Japanese Grand Prix! – Division 1

The Danish driver delivers yet another great victory, after a clever race where he survived the many accidents (9 retired) in the intricate turns of Suzuka. With the championship coming to an end with only 4 races left, the battle for the title remains still open, with Curtoise reducing the gap to MR_Spanias after the young Cypriot malakas driver sadly crashed against the walls.

Who are your bets on for the title?
See you at the COTA,

The DRS Team

Rusty Wins Japanese Grand Prix

After coming off from a strong qualifying  Rusty  claims his second win of the season in a frantic Japanese Grand Prix, this has now moved him ahead of Kyr12 in the Championship leading him by a total of 7 points and closing that gap to JohnHeavenTerry in the process, with 4 races remaining can he close the gap to John?

Penalties Galore in this race down to the fact a lot of people kept exceeding track limits, with more than half the field getting more than 10 seconds in penalties,  which also played a big factor in the race win today as John Did cross the line first but had 10 seconds more time penalties than Rusty giving the race win into his hands

A quick few Snippets for the last 4 Races

-The Race for the top 5 is closing up again, with it looking like there is only one space left, which of our remaining drivers will get it?

-Can Kyr12 make the fight back? with dropping down to 3rd it seems as if his title race is all but over, but knowing Kyr hes still got something in the bag and will no doubt fight his best till the end of the season

-Cleanest race of the season with all drivers finishing the race, Nice driving to everybody who took part

 

Hope to see you all at the Next race in The USA! – DRS Team

 

 

JohnHeavenTerry Wins at the Malaysian Grand Prix -Division 2

Down to a fairly mixed qualifying which started in rainy conditions which was forever drying, this had meant at the end of the session there was a rush to get to the line with little time left at the end of the race, A few of the early runners ended up in the wrong positions meaning they ended up starting from the back, Kyr12 to mention one of those people who was stranded in last place.

It looked to be an exciting race with mixed conditions set for the race, meaning having to start in the rain once more, but it had been shown to be a clear period for the rest of the race so getting the most of the tyres in the first stint proved to be the finishing positions for most people with all the drivers separated by a reasonable gap after the first pitstops.

But there was a few chases near the end, down to the fact everyone had a different strategy, but once again not many changes in places, its one thing to catch someone but to overtake is something else!

The first corner was the biggest mix up with a fair few broken wings, and drivers not being able to judge the braking zone as well, only resulting in two retirements which is one of the better races we’ve had in recent times!

The Gap at the top has now opened once again by 23 points due to the fact Kyr12 Got unlucky in qualifying, with only of couple of races remaining, Can Kyr12 get it together again in order to re close the gap? Or will he be overtaken by the up and coming Rusty?!

Find out Next week at Japan, which is definitely not a driver favorite down to the fact its one of the harder tracks to race on and very unforgiving.

-DRS Team