Formula Rejects Wiki:Community portal

From Formula Rejects Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

This is a cool spot.

Damn typical - the F1Rejects forums decide to crash just when I was about to post the provisional IFRC calendar. Nuppiz (talk) 02:02, 25 February 2013 (UTC)

And I just finished with the GT-R WC Templates, and nearly done with all the team files. Still wouldn't mind help fitting the GT-R calendar into the 2016 circus and making a wiki page for this season, thanks. If you all want to chat over on Mibbit we can do that too.RealRacingRoots (talk) 03:17, 25 February 2013 (UTC)
I got some calendar proposals for you; check your e-mail. RetrogradeRenegade (talk) 08:17, 25 February 2013 (UTC)
Updating the calendar page, what's the GTRWC calendar? Pasta maldonado (talk) 12:26, 25 February 2013 (UTC)
Might as well post the IFRC calendar draft here:

Pre-season tests: Sandown, Australia

1. Australia: Penrith Speedway (Oran Park, with F2RWRS) - April 1-3
2. Mexico: Hermanos Rodriguez - April 15-17
3. France: Pau (with F3RWRS) - May 6-8
4. United Kingdom: Rockingham - May 13-15
5. Italy: Enna-Pergusa - June 3-5
6. USA: Laguna Seca (with GT-R) - June 17-19
7. Germany: Oscherschleben (with RTCC) - July 15-17
8. Netherlands: Zandvoort (with F3RWRS and RTCC) - July 29-31
9. Finland: Motopark Raceway - August 12-14
10. Belgium: Spa (with RTCC & GT-R) - September 9-11
11. Czech Republic: Brno (with F1RDS) - September 30-October 2
12. Japan: Suzuka (with RTCC) - October 14-16
NC. Nobushige Fukuda Memorial Trophy: Twin Ring Motegi Oval - October 28-30

Nuppiz (talk) 09:06, 25 February 2013 (UTC)

Shame the site's down again. Nuppiz, I'm working on incorporating that calendar into the 2016 calendar page. I'm planning on doing a lot of wiki work today, so if there's somthing you need doing, or just want to chat, come over to the F1 rejects mibbit chatroom. F1 Rejects chatroom. Pasta maldonado (talk) 11:44, 25 February 2013 (UTC)

The GT-R WC Calendar is this currently (no dates posted)

1. Potrero De Los Funes
2. Interlagos
3. Laguna Seca
4. Mosport
5. Silverstone
6. Le Mans Bugatti
7. Norisring
8.Spa Francorchamps
9. Monza
10. Zhuhai
11. Fuji
12. Sepang
13. Bathurst
14. High Speed Ring (Double Points, 3 hour length)

BlindCaveSalamander (thanks for the PM, btw) has given me other proposed calendars due to Monza, Spa and the Norisring being apart of the F1RWRS calendar and being at sketchy points of the calendar, and Fuji being the F1R's last race of the season. The original intent was to group the continental races together in a reasonable route, but they may not be possible with the way with shoe-horning the other calendars. When push comes to shove for the rounds, I wish to keep HSR as the final round of the season, but otherwise much can be changed. RealRacingRoots (talk) 17:42, 25 February 2013 (UTC)

I suggest you look at the 2016 calendar page on the wiki and see if there's an existing weekends you'd like to go to, which might help with the dates. There's plenty of space at some weekends for another series.its a good calendar, consider dates and wether you want to support RWRS/RTCC/IFRC so I can add the calendar. Pasta maldonado (talk) 18:08, 25 February 2013 (UTC)

How does this look?

1. Sepang (March 11-13)
2. Bathurst (March 25-27) w/F1R
3. Monza (April 28th-May 1st) w/F1R
4. Le Mans Bugatti (May 6th-8th)
6. Mosport (June 10th - 12th)
5. Laguna Seca (June 17th - 19th) w/IFRC
7. Norisring (July 7th-10th) w/F1R
8. Silverstone (August 5th-7th)
9. Spa Francorchamps (September 9th - 11th) w/F1R
10. Potrero De Los Funes (Sept 30th - Oct 2nd)
11. Interlagos (Oct 7-Oct 9) w/F1R
12. Zhuhai (Oct 28th-30th)
13. Fuji (November 4th - 6th) w/F1R
14. High Speed Ring (Nov 18th - 20th) (Double Points)

Looks fine to me, I hope. RealRacingRoots (talk) 19:20, 25 February 2013 (UTC)

Yeah, that looks pretty good, but I'd bring Mosport forward a week - Ontario and California are pretty far apart, and the break between that and Le Mans is more than enough to accomodate it. RetrogradeRenegade (talk) 23:30, 25 February 2013 (UTC)

If anyone is interested this is a temporary backup forum I created a while back [1] ~Eurobrun~

Something horrible appears to have happened to the forum??? Warren Hughes (talk) 17:01, 26 March 2013 (UTC)

I don't notice anything odd. --Darkapprentice77 (talk) 17:46, 26 March 2013 (UTC)
The forums have been fine for most of the time, but the wiki was down for about an hour Nuppiz (talk) 21:05, 26 March 2013 (UTC)
OK, it only happens when I try to access it at work, it has a load of stuff at the top of the page to do with something called 'Twinner'. I don't know anything about web coding or how the internet works or anything like that, so I'm not sure whether to be suspicious. Warren Hughes (talk) 08:58, 27 March 2013 (UTC)

Un Question...

Why have Hydook disappeared from the 2016 F2RWRS page? Ataxia (talk) 11:01, 27 February 2013 (UTC)

Because Pointrox said that they've withdrawn in the chat Nuppiz (talk) 11:24, 27 February 2013 (UTC)
While I'm definately not pleased about the circumstances, I am pleased that Plus One are getting a time to shine in the big leagues. Pasta maldonado (talk) 16:31, 27 February 2013 (UTC)

1953 budgets

Main questions: how much would it cost to build a chassis, buy one and enter a race? How should prize money be handed out? Tommykl (talk) 08:23, 2 March 2013 (UTC)

2018 Canon Restructure backstory

Formula 1™, after the initial disarray caused by the creation of F1RWRS, resurged stronger than ever after a number of sporting and management changes and started eating away F1RWRS's popularity all over the world. At the same time the RWRS feeder categories, F2RWRS and F3RWRS had undergone a change of management in successive years. The new management of both series no longer held any personal connections to F1RWRS, and viewed what FIA offered far more lucrative, eventually realigning themselves as new support categories of F1™ before the 2018 season. Further still, the rival AutoReject franchise, while lacking a top-tier series, had seen a massive growth in popularity during 2017 - especially in Europe - while in the Americas the new Velocity franchise, born out of the ashes of F1RICS, threatened RWRS's foothold there. Having lost its key support categories and facing imminent financial difficulties due to both heavily increased competition and the strain of a continuing legal battle over the use of the term F1™ in its name, F1RWRS had no other choice but to merge with AutoReject.