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Michigan

 

Tue Jul 15 22:18:20 2003

 

Scheduled laps: 60

Drivers: 26

 

Pole: Dale Charles (195.695mph)

Winner: darrell cannon (156.602mph)

Fastest lap: Richard Powers (196.052mph)

Most laps led: Dale Charles (53 laps)

_________________Rules_________________ ________________Weather________________ 
Damage:                  Realistic      Realistic:               No             
Full pace lap:           Yes            Conditions:              Clear          
Yellow flags:            Yes            Windspeed:               0 mph          
Double file restarts:    Yes            Wind direction:          N              
Fixed setup:             No             Temperature:             70 F          
Hardcore mode:           No                                                     
Mechanical Failures:     No             _________________Misc__________________ 
                                        Carset:                  cup            
____________Weekend Format_____________ Game mode:               Simulation     
Practice:                70 minutes     Quick-race:              No             
Qualifying:              2 lap(s)       Sierra.com-race:         Yes            
Happy Hour:              5 minutes      Wear rate:               1x             
Number of race laps:     60 lap(s)      Number of cars:          26             
% of full race distance: 30 %           Replay Filename:         busch071508.rpy

______________AI Settings______________                                         
Strength %:              70 %                                                   
Strength type:           Manual                                                 
Number of AI-cars:       0                                                      
Adaptive Speed Control:  No