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AOR Rally - DR2.0 - Season 2 - League Information


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General Information
League Setup
For Season 2 of our DiRT Rally 2.0 Rally Leagues, we'll open up more possibilities to drive the sort of cars you want to drive, instead of forcing you to select a single car class, with the exception of Pro Tier, who'll all be driving the R5 class. We'll be doing this by splitting the Rookie Tier into 2 Rookie Tier Championships, the R2 Championship and the R4 Championship, which'll drive the R2 and R4 cars respectively.

All Championships will use the same calendar and same event layout, meaning they'll be using the same stages. This allows us to merge all leaderboard standings into one single spreadsheet featuring all participants and their times. We expect this will add a fun miscellaneous element to the league in the form of comparing your times against slower or faster car classes. However, each Championship will still crown its own Championship, and each Rookie Tier will advance its own amount of drivers to the Pro Tier.

Day/Time
As with previous leagues, participants will be able to set a time between Monday 00:00 GMT and Sunday 23:45 GMT, essentially giving drivers a whole week to complete all stages.

Rally Format
This season will consist of 13 rally events, each featuring 10 stages, of which the last stage will function as a Power Stage. To add to the challenge each of these stages will vary in length, complexity and weather conditions, which will be putting a driver's skills to the test.

As for the Power Stages, drivers who score points, whether those are Power Stage or Event, will have to record their power stage and upload that recording to the appropriate media thread for that round. If a driver doesn't upload his/her Power Stage recording he/she will be penalized as follows:
  • 1st Offense - Warning
  • 2nd Offense - Removal of Power Stage Points
  • 3rd Offense - 2 minutes on top of the Event Time
  • 4th Offense - Disqualification from Event
You will be able to keep up to date with how many times you've missed a Power Stage recording in the results spreadsheet, which'll be made available as soon as possible, and will be accessible through the forums.

Notable Dates
  • Sign-Up Period: 27-12-2019 - 09-02-2020
  • Season Begins: 10-02-2020
  • Season Ends: 28-06-2020
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Index
  1. Tier Structure
    • Pro Tier
    • Rookie Tier
  2. Driving Assists
  3. Points Classification
    • Drivers' Championship
      • Points System
      • Power Stages
      • DNF/DNS
      • Tiebreaker
    • Constructors' Championship
      • Points System
      • Tiebreaker
  4. Who to Contact
 
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Tier Structure
This season will feature three championships, the R2, R4 and R5 Championships. The R2 and R4 Championships will both feature within the Rookie Tier, each having their own spots available for promotion. Drivers will be able to choose which Championship they sign up to on the Sign-Up Thread, with the exception of being able to sign-up to the R5 Championship, which'll have its own Sign-Up Thread.

Pro Tier
AOR's Pro Tier in DiRT Rally 2.0 represents the best of the best rally drivers battling it out with each other to find out who is the best rally driver in AOR. They'll do this in the R5 class, featuring the following vehicles:
  • Citroën C3 R5
  • Ford Fiësta R5
  • Mitsubishi Space Star R5
  • Peugeot 208 T16 R5
  • Skoda Fabia R5
  • Volkswagen Polo GTI R5
Pro License
In order to compete in this tier you'll be required to have a Pro License, which is granted to you by a DiRT Coordinator if you meet one of the following requirements:
  • The driver in question must have finished within the top 10% of the total active drivers from Rookie Tier Championship of the previous season.
  • The driver in question must be chosen by the Coordinators as the stand-out talent who didn't get a promotion into Pro Tier due to reasons outside his/her power. The Coordinators reserve the right not to choose anyone if there isn't anyone suited for this privilege of being promoted into the Pro Tier.
Aside from being granted a Pro License, it's also possible to lose a Pro License by performing poorly in the Pro Tier Championship of the previous season.

Rookie Tier
For everyone who doesn't have access to the Pro Tier, there is the Rookie Tier. This tier is both a training and proving grounds at once, featuring as a place for people to train and hone their skills, as well as showing they're ready to compete in the Pro Tier. This tier will feature both the R2 and the R5 classes in different Championships, featuring the following vehicles:
  • R2
    • Ford Fiësta R2
    • Opel Adam R2
    • Peugeot 208 R2
  • R4
    • Subaru WRX STI NR4
    • Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X
As previously stated, those who finish in the top 5% of each Rookie Tier Championship (R2 and R4) will be granted a Pro License, therefor earning the right to compete with the best of the best DiRT Rally 2.0 has to offer.
 

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Driving Assists
Pro Tier
  • 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

Rookie Tier
  • Transmission: Manual Sequential / Manual H-Pattern / Manual H-Pattern with Clutch
  • Clutch Override: Off / On
  • Auto Repairs: Off
  • Anti-Lock Braking System: Off / On
  • Off-Throttle Braking: Off / On
  • Automatic Windscreen Wipers: Off / On
  • Exterior Cameras: Off / On
  • Launch Control: Off
  • Stability Control: Off / On
  • Traction Control: Off / On
  • 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. 35 Points
  2. 28 Points
  3. 25 Points
  4. 22 Points
  5. 20 Points
  6. 18 Points
  7. 16 Points
  8. 14 Points
  9. 12 Points
  10. 11 Points
  11. 10 Points
  12. 9 Points
  13. 8 Points
  14. 7 Points
  15. 6 Points
  16. 5 Points
  17. 4 Points
  18. 3 Points
  19. 2 Points
  20. 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].

Tiebreaker
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.

Constructors' Championship
For the Constructor's Championship, each team's drivers' championship points will be summed up to determine the team's Championship Points. However Power Stage points do NOT count towards the Constructors' Championship.

Tiebreaker
In case of two teams finishing with the exact same points at the end of a season, the teams 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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