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AOR Classic Rally Series - General Information


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General Information
League Setup
This AOR Classic Gravel Championship is the second in the AOR Classic Rally Series. Whereas the first championship featured only tarmac locations, this championship will feature only gravel locations. To be specific, in this championship we'll be visiting 5 separate locations, as seen on the Calendar thread. These events will exist out of 10 stages and will feature different formats and conditions to bring a truly unique feeling to each round of the championship.

Day/Time
Unlike previous leagues, participants in this league will be able to set a time between Monday 12:00 BST and Monday 12:00 BST, essentially giving drivers a whole week to complete all stages. For more information please visit the Calendar thread.

Rally Format
This championship will consist of 5 events, each featuring 10 stages. The last stage of these events will function as Power Stage, during which participants can gain extra championship points based on their power stage time. Each event will feature a different layout and each stage will vary in length, complexity and conditions, ensuring the participants' skills will be put to the test.

Notable Dates
  • Sign-Up Period: 11-05-2020 - 28-06-2020
  • Season (Start): 29-06-2020
  • Season (End): 03-08-2020
Important Links
Index
  1. Driving Assists
  2. Points Classification
    • Drivers' Championship
      • Points System
      • Power Stages
      • DNF/DNS
      • Tiebreakers
  3. Who to Contact
 
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Driving Assists
  • Transmission: Manual Sequential / Manual H-Pattern / Manual H-Pattern with Clutch
  • Clutch Override: Off / On
  • Auto Repairs: Off
  • Anti-Lock Braking System: Off
  • Off-Throttle Braking: Off
  • Automatic Windscreen Wipers: Off / On
  • Exterior Cameras: Off / On
  • Launch Control: Off
  • Stability Control: Off
  • Traction Control: Off
  • Time Control Braking: Off / 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5
 

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Point Classification
Drivers' Championship
For the Drivers' Championship we'll be using the official WRC points system, which is as follows:
  1. 25 Points
  2. 18 Points
  3. 15 Points
  4. 12 Points
  5. 10 Points
  6. 8 Points
  7. 6 Points
  8. 4 Points
  9. 2 Points
  10. 1 Point
Power Stages
As with the official WRC rallies, the last stage in each rally will be a Power Stage, which means that extra championship points will be awarded based on the stage results. However this stage also functions as a normal stage for the rally, so crashing in an attempt to get those few bonus points isn't recommended. The points on offer for the Power Stage are as follows:
  1. 5 Points
  2. 4 Points
  3. 3 Points
  4. 2 Points
  5. 1 Point
DNF / DNS
In the case a driver doesn't start (DNS) or finish (DNF) a rally, he/she will not be awarded ANY points, including the Power Stage points. Furthermore if the amount of DNS' exceeds 3 rally events, it's up to the DiRT Coordinator's discretion whether or not you'll be allowed to continue the current season and compete in upcoming seasons. More on this here [LINK].

Tiebreakers
In case of two drivers finishing with the exact same points at the end of a season, the driver holding the most 1st place finishes, going down by 1 position each time the tiebreaker is undecided, will win the tiebreaker.
 

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Who To Contact?
Each season AOR has a number of DiRT Coordinators available to answer your questions or deal with any disputes related to the league. In the end all Coordinators are responsible for the league, but some Coordinators have more knowledge on some matters, since they have been awarded specific tasks. If you want to speak about something directly concerning the platform you're on, it may be a good idea to contact a Coordinator on that platform.

A few examples of when to contact a Coordinator are:
  • To inform them you can't attend/participate in a specific round
  • To collect information about the league
  • To deal with any issues regarding the league
DiRT Coordinators
 
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