iGP League of Rooks Season 4 Race 2 – Malaysia

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Well if only I could run this race again. I got my first ever DNF (did not finish), and my second – both in the same race. Both drivers ran out of fuel when (according to the info panel) they should have been able to make it back.

This isn’t the first time I have seen this, it happened to Team Spamsac last season, and now I guess it was my turn. I knew I was cutting it fine, but I didn’t think it would be that close.

Everything was going so well, too. I was doing 1 less stop than those I was racing with for 9th and 10th places, and I was pretty close behind them. Again, I think my mistake cost my team points. It’s getting a bit frustrating that it’s so consistently my mistakes that are keeping me out of the points.

On a positive note, I will qualify for KERS after the next race. But unfortunately, because of my DNFs this week, I won’t be able to afford it. Sigh.

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