XB1 - AOR GT3 S15 - Evaluation Race 3 - Date TBC. | ApexOnlineRacing.com

XB1 AOR GT3 S15 - Evaluation Race 3 - Date TBC.


willyblackhamer

Project CARS Coordinator
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PCARS Coordinator
Jul 24, 2018
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AOR Project CARS 2 GT3 Leagues - Season 15
XB1 Evaluation Race 3
For an introduction and some general information about the evaluation races, please read the evaluation race information thread. Remember that your evaluation race not only serve as a means for the coordinators to judge your pace, it also represents how you go about your racing and how you coordinate yourself on track. If we feel a driver is struggling to the extent where they are unable to safely navigate the track, or their race-craft leaves a lot to be desired, we may consider declining your sign-up at this time. While we do our best to accommodate as many drivers as we can, regardless of skill, there ultimately has be a limit and if a driver is unable to conduct themselves safely on track then they will likely not be placed in a league until they can prove otherwise.

New drivers need to take part in at least one of the evaluation races. If you wish to take part in this one, please read the below info and reply to this thread with your Gamertag!

Race Information:
Race Day: TBC
Lobby opens: 7:45pm (UK time)
Event starts: 8:00pm (UK time)

Track: Hockenheim GP
Qualifying: 15 min
Race: 35 laps

● Weather Conditions:
- Qualifying: Clear
- Race: Clear

● In-game time-of-day information (real time progression):
- Qualifying: 14 April 2020, 12:00
- Race: 14 April 2020, 14:00

Assists allowed: Racing Line & Auto Gears (please use the assists you intend to use in the league races)

Lobby Settings:
The race will run the same settings as the league races (see here), apart from the following:
Force manual pitstops: Yes (Pit Stop Information)
Damage: Off*
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Note that damage being turned off does NOT mean that contact is allowed. This is purely to make sure everyone is able to get to the end of the race regardless of being caught up in incidents, and that drivers won't have to perform unscheduled pit-stops or off-the-pace lap times as a result of damage that may not have been their fault. But remember that contact is still on, so causing crashes with other cars will still lose you time, and also not give us a particularly good impression.

AOR Rules on clean and fair racing apply.

Manual Rolling Start Information:
Formation zone:



Acceleration zone:


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



Driver List:
If the amount of drivers on this night exceed 16 (30 for PC), multiple lobbies will be set up, with drivers being split by the responsible coordinators.


 

Ziperburn

Junior Karter
Mar 25, 2020
5
0
@FIA LMC Alflo @eminongan @Gianluca @kogoda @Ethnbrdbry @MrMarko1100 @Ziperburn @Mike71000

The evaluation race will take place on Monday at 8pm UK time, please make sure you have read and understood the rules and how a manual rolling starts works. I will be testing everyone on the rules and regulations in a bid to improve driver standards, thanks
Good day,

I have some questions. I've tried to read all the relevant pages on the site but -

How do we actually get to the race? ie is there a password or some such to enter the lobby?

To practice alone for this race we should set aids to "authentic" correct?

How important is a headset and mic? I've not been able to get mine working online so far, or at least no-one seems to be able to hear me. I have a Thrustmaster Spyder wheel with nowhere to plug a headphone jack in. Followed Thrustmasters advice of plugging into a n xbox controller first but as I said no one responded to my radio check.

Please redirect if I should post this somewhere else or where to read if theses are answered somewhere.

Thanks
 

willyblackhamer

Project CARS Coordinator
Staff member
PCARS Coordinator
Jul 24, 2018
715
349
Good day,

I have some questions. I've tried to read all the relevant pages on the site but -

How do we actually get to the race? ie is there a password or some such to enter the lobby?

To practice alone for this race we should set aids to "authentic" correct?

How important is a headset and mic? I've not been able to get mine working online so far, or at least no-one seems to be able to hear me. I have a Thrustmaster Spyder wheel with nowhere to plug a headphone jack in. Followed Thrustmasters advice of plugging into a n xbox controller first but as I said no one responded to my radio check.

Please redirect if I should post this somewhere else or where to read if theses are answered somewhere.

Thanks
You will be sent a party invite from myself around 7:45pm UK time, once in the lobby you will then receive a game invite. We run with realistic driving aids so that means if the car ha tc and abs in real life then you will have them in game and vice versa.
If you have you headset plugged into your pad there is no reason why you shouldn't be able to chat in the party. Note: you will have to click the pad every so often during the race so that it doesn't turn off on you! (highly recommend you invest in wireless headset if at all possible, you will not regret :) )
 

Ziperburn

Junior Karter
Mar 25, 2020
5
0
You will be sent a party invite from myself around 7:45pm UK time, once in the lobby you will then receive a game invite. We run with realistic driving aids so that means if the car ha tc and abs in real life then you will have them in game and vice versa.
If you have you headset plugged into your pad there is no reason why you shouldn't be able to chat in the party. Note: you will have to click the pad every so often during the race so that it doesn't turn off on you! (highly recommend you invest in wireless headset if at all possible, you will not regret :) )
Thank you!