I found very much improvement this event to do a better setup, thanks to an alien for useful tipps regarding the driving style with a different kind of setup than the kind I used all the time before every event
In the past I was adopted to my own kind of setup all the time, which was fine to drive but not the fastest way to go around a track.
Know I know some certian settings in the car-setup to do better or even the opposite* than I did before (*revert spring stiffness of front/rear, lower differencial, better gear gaps: high gap between lower gears
and lowering the gap each gear, more real camber-settings especially regarding the rear, cause there I was too extreme with my old setup), so I got a better pace this time at Hungaroring. I made two big
mistakes at the 3rd gear corners in the first half of the first stint (lost 20 sec.), because I still had to learn how to adopt to the new driving-style with this different kind of setup.
-Talking about the start / lap1, there were some accidents directly after t1, but I gladly got through all this standing cars there.
Qualy was quite ok, my aim was to get into the 1:23.x and that was exactly what I reached.., ' managed at least two 1:23.x laps (1:23.8xx and 1:23.760). After the 1:23.760 lap I was on an another attempt, the
final one and was several tenth in front of my pb, but I lost the car in the second 3rd gear corner (touched the gras), I throw the fast lap away there, otherwise I would have reached a low 1:23 or even s.th. better.
Finally an important thing to mention: After the race we found out / recognized that the track has a problem, because there seems to be no finish-line in the pits...!, so when you stop, you are one lap behind !
Most did one pit stop, but Gek and Mika did two pit stops and found themselfs -1 lap / one lap of time more behind than all of the other guys, so both lost their lead by pitting twice beause of that track-issue.