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Post by PTRACER » 6 months ago

Latest post of the previous page:

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Also I’d like to help out with this project, I’ve already uploaded some stuff on the forums and I’d love to contribute it to the database, mainly nascar stuff but I can do some other types too.
Having another contributor would be great. Do you have a suggestion for a project? Or perhaps @DaleJuniorFan could advise? (Perhaps PM me to discuss)
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Post by Johnnas » 6 months ago

Not sure where the right place to put this is but would be useful to be able to search for crashes that include a link/video through the advanced search.

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Post by acerogers58 » 6 months ago

http://www.the-fastlane.co.uk/cpdb/cras ... itid1=4146

Incorrectly lists Matt Kenseth instead of Ryan Newman, who is driving car #6 as of this season.

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Post by Jesper Hvid » 6 months ago

viewtopic.php?f=26&t=86&p=358774#p358774

Parnelli Jones, 1965 Indy 500 practice. The date was May 20. It says 19 in the entry:

http://www.the-fastlane.co.uk/cpdb/cras ... itid1=2955
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Post by hollie3sa » 5 months ago

Jesper Hvid wrote:
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viewtopic.php?f=26&t=86&p=358774#p358774

Parnelli Jones, 1965 Indy 500 practice. The date was May 20. It says 19 in the entry:

http://www.the-fastlane.co.uk/cpdb/cras ... itid1=2955
Fixed.

Plus "Private Test" added as a Tag.

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Post by Motorsportrace » 5 months ago

Yes.
I think I made the first entry, but it must've been in 2016.
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Post by Jesper Hvid » 4 months ago

http://www.the-fastlane.co.uk/cpdb/cras ... itid1=3020

These are two different crashes. Note the position of the car number. The first four belong together, as do the last 4. I have found a wreck pic of the last one, which I'm posting in openwheel crash photos. Muther must have had 2 accidents.
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Post by Jesper Hvid » 4 months ago

http://www.the-fastlane.co.uk/cpdb/cras ... itid1=2711

Mainwaring's name was actually Manwaring: http://www.motorsportmemorial.org/focus.php?db=ct&n=281

Nanni informed me the other day, and sent a pic that's already in the CPdB.
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Post by Jesper Hvid » 4 months ago

viewtopic.php?f=26&t=82&p=363393#p363393

Schultze's Monza fire was in 1968, not 1965. I posted the original pics, so I provided the wrong year, but it was included in the description where I found and cropped the photos. Sorry about the mistake, it was one of the "inherited" ones.
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Post by PTRACER » 3 months ago

Everyone is doing a fantastic job here, but can we please make sure that - if an unknown crash photo is identified, that we update the related thread on the forum BEFORE uploading the photo to the CPdB? Thanks!


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Will make the above changes, thanks Jesper.
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Post by hollie3sa » 2 months ago

Shall we differ between East Germany, West Germany and Germany?
Because adding the same track (e.g. Sachsenring, Schleizer Dreieck) for two different countries leads to the following error:
Circuit Field should not contain a duplicate value


There are several tracks that share the same name even though they're in different countires, e.g. Westmead (Australia/South Africa)

http://motorsportmemorial.org/query.php ... t_a&n=7495

http://motorsportmemorial.org/query.php ... it_a&n=621

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Post by PTRACER » 2 months ago

hollie3sa wrote:
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Shall we differ between East Germany, West Germany and Germany?
Because adding the same track (e.g. Sachsenring, Schleizer Dreieck) for two different countries leads to the following error:
Circuit Field should not contain a duplicate value


There are several tracks that share the same name even though they're in different countires, e.g. Westmead (Australia/South Africa)

http://motorsportmemorial.org/query.php ... t_a&n=7495

http://motorsportmemorial.org/query.php ... it_a&n=621
Duplicate track names isn't a problem I had ever thought about to be honest. Since changing the database structure would be impossible now with nearly 5000 entries, there are two (probable) options:

1. Remove this "duplicate name" restriction (not my favourite option since I must have put the setting in for a good reason)

2. Give the other circuit a slightly different name. "Westmead (2)" or "Westmead (AUS)" or "Westmead Speedway/Raceway" (whatever the official full title might be).

It shouldn't occur THAT many times to be a problem, but let's decide now which type we choose, since I want to be consistent.

As for differentiating between East and West Germany - I personally think we should stick with the modern, accepted country names. Borders move, country names change, but I don't think the database should reflect that.
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Post by Motorsportrace » 2 months ago

PTRACER wrote:
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2. Give the other circuit a slightly different name. "Westmead (2)" or "Westmead (AUS)" or "Westmead Speedway/Raceway" (whatever the official full title might be).
I was thinking about this one as well.
A "Westmead (Australia)" and a "Westmead (South Africa)" should be enough.
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Motorsportrace wrote:
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PTRACER wrote:
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2. Give the other circuit a slightly different name. "Westmead (2)" or "Westmead (AUS)" or "Westmead Speedway/Raceway" (whatever the official full title might be).
I was thinking about this one as well.
A "Westmead (Australia)" and a "Westmead (South Africa)" should be enough.
Yup, sounds good. The only "problem" that will cause is it will say "Australia - Westmead (Australia)", but that's not a huge issue I suppose.

n.B. Westmead in SAF (home of the Natal GP) is just called Westmead. The one in Australia is called Westmead Speedway.
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Post by Motorsportrace » 2 months ago

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Yup, sounds good. The only "problem" that will cause is it will say "Australia - Westmead (Australia)", but that's not a huge issue I suppose.

n.B. Westmead in SAF (home of the Natal GP) is just called Westmead. The one in Australia is called Westmead Speedway.
Problem solved. :mrgreen:
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