X-3vi1m00n aka Bluemoon Our community is built on people who have longevity, and have been prepared to go the distance. People, who love the racing, have seen the forum grow, seen games and platforms change and many people stay for a while and move on to other things. Evil is someone who has stood by this community from the outset, he is a foundation member, one of the handfull left from the very first series way back in the GT5 days. Unfortunately, the results from the first few seasons are lost somewhere in space, however i do know that X-3vi1m00n was a division 3 driver, with another SuperROOZ member, disturboed, in the pack somewhere alongside. Being a foundation member there is obviously a lot of miles raced and a lot of series competed in, so bear with me! Season 5 (G37) of the GT5 championship is the first i can find of the results that are still with us....Was a season with a 2nd place in round 1, followed by a host of 4ths and 5ths that saw him finish 5th in the championship. Season 6 (RM Vette) saw 6 starts with a best of 4th in what was a brute of a car, with fast steerers like Zamps, Hosie, Cob and Nugget to name just a few. Season 7 (RM Camaro) saw him return to the pointy end of the field with a 5th overall in the championship, podiums at Tokyo and Indy Road the highlights. Season 8 (FT86) saw yet another 5th in the championship, (making a habit of this!) with 4th and 5th place finishes the order of the day. Season 9 (GTR Nissan GT) saw him fighting hard for podiums, 2nd places at Laguna Seca and again Tokyo the highlights. Season 10 in the little Mazda RX7 saw 4 full divisions, and he lined up again in Div 3, in some pretty good company. It was a tough season; with a 5th place his best finish at Grand Valley Reverse. He lined up again in season 11, (Tuscan) and finished 7th in the championship, two 4th placed at Rome and Le-Mans his best results. Season 12 (NSX Type R) saw him take an enforced jump up to Div 2, where 7th place in the championship was highlighted by a 5th at Spa, beating home some quick drivers. With Numbers starting to dwindle, season 13 (Citroen RM) was looking a little light on numbers, however Evil was there yet again, fighting hard in a full grid of drivers for 7th place in the championship, a 3rd place podium at Autumn Ring and three 4th place finishes at Grand Valley South, Rome and Grand Valley East the highlights in a competitive season. GT6 landed, and yet again his name is on the entry list for our first season in the little BRZ GT300. Again some very fast drivers lined up in Div 3, yet he stuck it out and finished 6th in the championship with 3rd place podiums at Apricot Hill and Spa. Season 2 (Mclaren GTR) was a tough season for Evil, however his love affair with Spa continued, his 2nd place finish in the final round just reward for toiling hard midpack and finishing 7th again in the championship. Season 3 (Mazda TC) he lined up yet again, in Div 4 (of 6) and no points for guessing where he finished in the championship. 7th, with a 3rd at Trial Mountain a great effort with some of the new breed like WTF, Pykee, Seeeth and AOCleaner lining up alongside. Season 4 in the Pozzi was a tough affair, 10th in the championship, but racing in all but 1 round more than showed his ongoing commitment. Season 5 in the RX7 TC, Evil moved down to Div 5, a full grid of willing entrants saw a competitive championship, finishing in 9th after missing 2 rounds, a 3rd place podium at Grand valley just reward for yet more perseverance. Last Season, in the much loved (or hated!) LFA, Evil had a great season, again racing all bar 1 event, podiums at Brands hatch and Laguna Seca saw him finish a strong 4th place in the Div 5 championship. I asked you all to bear with me, because i wanted to highlight the length of time, the number of races and the commitment that X-3vi1m00n has shown to our community over such a long period of time. Its members like this that help keep our community together, and all the results above are JUST the Sunday night league races. Lets not forget the other events he has raced in the meantime, hosting rooms, helping with testing and generally being a sounding board for so many of us over a long period of time. He sets a fine example of commitment and dedication and this is why we would like to welcome X-3vi1m00n to the SuperROOZ club. Congratulations mate, we hope you have many more seasons with us.