Women In Sim Racing Eliza Indriani Blog #39

Women In Sim Racing Eliza Indriani Blog #39

We catch up with Eliza Indriani and her women in sim racing blogs. She is a great person to check out in the sim racing community. Be sure to support and follow!

Eliza Indriani keeps us posted with her weekly women in sim racing blogs, detailing all the events, streams and more.  She is a fantastic person, be sure to check out her socials provided.

Hello and welcome to my 39th blog! I hope you are all doing well. This week isn’t as busy as before, I just had a race in the More Female Racers and did some races in iRacing. I will spend more time in iRacing and try to gain iRating as much as I can. I will stream my race on Twitch (twitch.tv/elzindriani) this week from Thursday – Saturday at 8PM CST.

Alright, let’s see how my races went on the MFR S5 powered by Mercedes AMG!

On the third round of More Female Racers Season 5 we were racing in Imola. It’s a tricky track, I find it very challenging to race at this track. And I don’t have a good memory of racing at this track. I didn’t get enough practice for this round; I was busy with events and other races in iRacing. I needed to practice smarter (not harder) and try to use all the time I’ve got to prepare everything for the race.

I didn’t feel confident like I was in the previous race, I only got 5 hours of practice in total. Luckily I made a pretty good setup that suits my driving, so driving this car at this track wasn’t really a problem, I needed to work better on my pace.

I had a problem during the Qualifying, I can’t really push myself to the limit. I didn’t know why, I wasn’t sure. But yeah, qualifying didn’t work out for me. I started from P10 in class; it wasn’t good, nothing to be proud of. But once again, I didn’t get enough practice for this round, so I had to manage my expectations at this race. I wouldn’t do aggressive moves and harm other drivers. I played it safe and tried to collect the freebies along the way.

First race went pretty well for me. Although there were still mistakes here and there, I managed to finish at P7 and had nice battles and overtakes with others. We even made a three wide finish crossing the finish line and that was really cool.

Second race went pretty bad for me. I was involved in a crash (someone in front of me spun and lost control of her car then she hit me on the left side of the car). My car got 28s of damage, I lost my top speed, couldn’t really push with almost 30 seconds of damage. I couldn’t do a repair, it was just a 30 mins race and we didn’t have time for that. I needed to drive a broken car and tried to do my best in this race.

I finished at P11 in the second race, not the result I wanted but it is what it is. I will try to do better in the next round. Hopefully I’ll have a lot of time for practice; next round we’ll be racing in Kyalami, I’ve never raced at this track before so I’m gonna need a lot of time to practice. On the other hand, I feel happy that we’ll be racing in Kyalami, it’s a new track for me and it’s gonna be a new experience for me to learn sim racing.

Next week I’ll have a charity race with Annie Rabbets, Daniel Morad, Casey Kirwan, Ash Vandelay, and many more. I’m so excited to race with these people, they’re all well-known streamers on Twitch and their achievements are amazing! I feel honoured to share the track with them. Catch up my stream on December 3rd, I will post more details on my Twitter and Facebook Page.

And, of course. We will do lots of races on the weekdays. Which series should I take for next week?

You can follow Elz on these socials and streams: 

Twitch: www.twitch.tv/elzindriani
YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/ELZINDRIANI
Facebook: www.facebook.com/elzindriani
Twitter: twitter.com/elzindriani
Instagram: www.instagram.com/elzindriani/
Discord:discord.gg/3gNcYJNb

Want to read the introduction to Elz, click here: Women In Sim Racing Elz Indriani Introduction