Player profile - Winfred A.

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Total distance driven: 764761 km
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Name: Winfred A.
Age: (restricted)
Country: Netherlands Antilles AN
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RC Clubs: not written by member, tell him to do :)
VRC Clubs: CarsRC Racing Club, VRC PRO Fans Club, CAAR - VRC Brasil, CRCCDA, VRC WORLD, On road UK 2021, CRCCDA Basilon, VRC 4 FUN Club, WRC International Racing
Favorite brands: not written by member, tell him to do :)
Favorite VRC tracks: VRC Super Speedway Long, VRC Super Speedway Short, Luxembourg
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I have been into RC for many years now. I am member of our local RC Club CRCCDA (Curacao Remote Control Cars Drivers Association) .We have a 7 races championship series. I race 1/1...
Best skill rating: 1:8 Nitro GT3   rating: 9.88 (Pro)
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Social status: Level0

Race history

551 140
Events Sessions

Car class popularity

1:8 Nitro sportscar Spec25%
1:8 Nitro on-road sportscars23%
1:8 Nitro GT3 Spec11%
1:10 Nitro on-road11%
1:8 Nitro NASCAR Truck10%
1:8 Nitro GT310%
1:10 Nitro on-road Spec10%
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Latest results

Date Track Class Type Time
today XTR LT5 1:8 Nitro GT3 Official event 11 laps in 04:22.386
yesterday XTR LT5 1:8 Nitro GT3 Spec Official event 37 laps in 15:12.872
yesterday XTR MO1 1:8 Nitro NASCAR Truck Official event 85 laps in 10:01.024
yesterday XTR MO1 1:8 Nitro NASCAR Truck Official event 82 laps in 10:00.122

Friends (40)

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Latest achievements

Great precision driving!Robot consistency75% official track record80% official track record85% official track record90% official track record95% official track recordRacer level 3Identify yourselfYour first winVictory at your own level

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03.04.2023 [07:18]
the main difference between shutter speed and aperture is that shutter speed controls the amount of time that light has to reach the camera’s sensor, while aperture controls the amount of light that enters the camera. Each of these settings has its own purpose and effect on the quality of the photo, so it’s important to understand the differences between the two. With practice and experimentation, you’ll soon be able to achieve the perfect shot every time.

Edited by author: 3.4.2023 6:40:39 GMT
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