PS4 - AOR GT3 S14 - PS4 Tier 3 - Round 9: Algarve - 18.12.19 @8pm UK time |

PS4 AOR GT3 S14 - PS4 Tier 3 - Round 9: Algarve - 18.12.19 @8pm UK time


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ROUND 9 - Algarve

Event Information:
Date: Wednesday 18 December 2019
Lobby opens: 7:45pm (UK time)
● Event starts: 8:00pm (UK time)
● Event format:
- Qualifying: 15 minutes
- Race: 32 Laps (1 formation lap + 31 race laps)

● Weather Conditions:
- Qualifying:
- Race:

● In-game time-of-day information:
- Qualifying time: 07/09/2019 09:00
- Race start time: 07/09/2019 10:00

Manual Rolling Start Information:
Formation Point:

Acceleration Zone:

If you are unsure about the Manual Rolling Start procedure, please read the instructions and watch the explanatory video.

● Rules & regulations:
Before you take to the track in the league race, make sure you are fully aware of the rules and regulations of the leagues. As a driver in our leagues, you are required to do your very best to ensure clean and fair racing at all times.
● No-shows: If you are unable to attend the race, please inform the League Coordinator and leave a post in this thread BEFORE the race takes place. Note the rules of participation here.
● Lobby settings: If you are unsure about the rest of the lobby settings that will be used, look here.
● Save your replay: As a means of helping the stewards with any enquiries, all drivers are required to save their race replays and keep it stored for at least one week after the race has taken place. If you are involved in an incident or see something during the race that you feel needs to be investigated, you are free to make a stewards enquiry - however if enquiries are submitted without replay or race footage available, it is likely we can't do anything.

Useful Links:
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Informed No Shows:
- @Khaled77
- @Ayresii1995
- @weal77

Uninformed No Shows:
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Killg0re NL

Formula 3 Test Driver
Sep 14, 2018
Looking 4ward to this one :D did some laps allready, and in the dry it has it tricky places... not to mention when its wet.

But i like em wet
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Thanks for that @Michel--NL I need help more than anything, with how to reduce tyre wear? I will need to stop twice to get to the end here. I.53.4 in quali best atm.
About the wet tyres:
Yeah, had a bit of the same feeling, also read about it some time ago, that the wets want to be heated more slowly, and do not like aggressive warm ups. It's because of the grooves, you want the edges of the grooves in the tire to be as sharp as possible, for better grip, because it keeps the part that that touched the track clean of water, and the grooves full of water, for better flow out of that water. Rapid or aggressive warm up will have a big effect by smoothing out those edges, thus allowing water to more easily flow underneath the part of the tire that should have clear contact with the track.

A little edit with a suggestion on how to take these tires on:
Qualy: maybe take 2 laps to warm them up easily, just so they are still in perfect state at the start of you lap. But for your qualy lap, this is less important, if you have some other things to watch or account for, focus on that.
Race: make sure they stay warm during the formation lap, since that is just as important if not more. But watch out for putting on too much steering angle, since understeer rips these tires up. This might involve putting a limit on it, so if somebody behind you is pushing you and with that your tires to hard, maybe make a smart move and let them by. So keep these tires in mind, and they should last you long enough for the race.
These are just suggestions, so while the explanation for why the tires can wear so quickly should be correct, how you want to account for that is entirely up to you. Good luck!
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