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PS4 Inter League Championship #1 - League Information

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F1 Senna Equivalent
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GT Coordinator
Mar 12, 2016

Welcome to the Interleague Championship between AOR & F1R. This will be a 7 vs. 7 shootout in the Gr. 1, Gr. 2, Gr. 3, Gr. 4 & Super Formula categories on Gran Turismo Sport to determine bragging rights between our respective communities.

AOR Driver Line-Up | Calendar | League Structure | Race Information | Lobby Settings | Contacts

League Structure
Each round will be comprised of a 40 minute feature race followed by a 20 minute sprint race. Qualifying for the feature race will be a 10 minute group session (detailed in the Race Information section) for each round.

In short:
10 min. group Qualifying session
A number of laps equal to approximately 40 minutes* for the Feature Race.
A number of laps equal to approximately 20 minutes* for the Sprint Race
*(The number of laps will vary based on circuit length)

Race Day Procedure
Starting Thursday 12th March, 2020 each event will begin promptly at 7:45pm UK time with the Open Lobby Room(s) opening at around 7pm for a bit of last minute practice. In order to ensure the best experience for everyone involved, it is strongly suggested that all drivers enter the lobby at least 15 minutes before the event start time. Subsequent rounds will occur approximately every three 3 weeks (determined by individual league scheduling conflicts) for 6 total rounds.

If you are unable to attend a race please contact your respective league’s coordinator at least 1 hour prior to the event start time.

In short:
Starting Thursday 12th March, subsequent rounds occur approximately every three weeks
Lobby Open 7pm UK time
Event Start 7:45pm UK time
Please be in the lobby 15 min. early

Race Information
Round 1: Gr. 3 Nürburgring 24hr

• Any vehicle classed as Gr. 3 by GT Sport is eligible
• Vehicle selections must be made three (3) days prior to the event.
• Maximum two (2) duplicate cars per league, covering at least three (3) manufacturers

Round 2: Gr. 2 Kyoto Combined II
• au Tom’s RC F ‘16, Motul Autech GT-R ‘16, Raybrig NSX Concept-GT ‘16 only
• Vehicle selections must be made three (3) days prior to the event
• Each of the above listed models must be represented at least once in each league’s lineup

Round 3: Gr. 1 Spa-Francorchamps
• Audi R18 ‘16, Porsche 919 Hybrid ‘16, Toyota TS050 Hybrid ‘16 only
• Vehicle selections must be made three (3) days prior to the event
• Each of the above listed models must be represented at least once in each league’s lineup

Round 4: Gr. 4 Alsace - Village
• Any vehicle classed as Gr. 4 by GT Sport is eligible
• Vehicle selections must be made three (3) days prior to the event.
• Maximum two (2) duplicate cars per league, covering at least three (3) manufacturers

Round 5: Gr. 3 Interlagos
• Any vehicle classed as Gr. 3 by GT Sport is eligible
• Vehicle selections must be made three (3) days prior to the event.
• Maximum two (2) duplicate cars per league, covering at least three (3) manufacturers

Round 6: Super Formula Fuji International Speedway
SF19 Super Formula/ Honda ‘19, SF19 Super Formula/ Toyota ‘19. No pre-selection restrictions.

Driver Briefing
Livery Restrictions

Liveries for each vehicle are to be representative of each driver’s respective league. For this season there are no required sponsor logos however the official number plate is required. This can be found in the Discover > Decals area of GT Sport using the following search terms:
#aorf1r, #interleague, #numberplate

Allowed Assists
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Traction Control System (TCS)

Banned Assists
Counter Steer Assist (CSA), Automatic Stability Management (ASM), Driving Line, Auto Drive

A 10 minute qualifying session, utilizing the in-game qualifying mode, will precede the race for each round. This will be a group qualifying session, similar to that used in Formula 1, which means drivers are responsible for creating and maintaining their own space during qualifying. As tyre wear will be set to 1x and fuel consumption will be turned off during qualifying, fuel burning and pitting for fresh tyres will be unnecessary. It is vitally important that all drivers be on track, past the first sector timing spilt, prior to the start of qualifying, as remaining in the pits can and will cause a driver’s vehicle to become uncontrollable.

Race Start
‘Grid Start w/ False Start Check’ procedure will be used for the Feature & Sprint Races.

Tyre Allocation
One (1) tyre compound will be available per race, a ‘hard’ set for the feature race and a one (1) step softer set for the sprint race. (fx. Racing Hards for the feature, Racing Mediums for the sprint race)

Points System
20 P2 16 P3 13 P4 11 P5 10 P6 9 P7 8 P8 7 P9 6 P10 5 P11 4 P12 3 P13 2 P14 1

Things happen during races. Sometimes these things are considered ‘unfair’ or ‘unsporting’ and need to be discussed in an official capacity with the organizers or persons appointed by the organizers. We urge all drivers who feel they have been treated unfairly to reach out to one another to rectify the situation before making an official complaint. If satisfaction cannot be obtained in this manner then and only then should a driver bring the matter before the Stewards.

If a reported incident involves members of the same league the incident will be handled internally by the appropriate league’s organizers. If an incident is between members of differing leagues then it will be handled by a Super Panel consisting of 2 members + 1 alternate from each league. To report an incident of this type please make a post in this Discord Forum:
Any report made in this way must be posted within 48 hours of the end of the event in which the incident occurred and include video evidence of the incident. Further instructions are included in the Discord forum.

Super Panel Members
F1-R: @Herr Kurwa, @Goldomor, @Fliegertyp83*
AOR: @Hasnain, @Delaney, @BL99DY-NINE*

In-Game Penalties
Time penalties for abuse of track limits awarded by the game should be served as soon as possible, preferably within the next lap. If the penalty is not served within this time you will have the initial penalty + 1 second per sector (until the penalty is served in full) added to your overall race time.
As always, serving a penalty needs to be done safely, away from the racing line, without blocking and/ or endangering other drivers. If a penalty is acquired during the last lap and is not able to be served before exiting the final corner, it may NOT be served before the finish line. Failure to follow this procedure will result in action taken by the Stewards Panel.

Contact penalties may be ignored provided none of the drivers involved have had an off track excursion as a result of your actions. If another does go off track as a result of your actions you
are still obliged to return any position(s) gained or else risk the attention of the Stewards Panel.

Lobby Settings
Room Name
● AOR v F1-R Interleague Championship RdX RRX

Basic Settings
● Room Mode: Practice/ Qualifying/ Race
● Room Privacy: Friends Only

● Race Type: Race for Real
● Fixed Room Ownership: Yes (Friends Only room automatically sets this to ‘yes’)
● Max Number of Participants: 16
● Required Driver Rating: (blank)
● Required Sportsmanship Rating: (blank)

Track Settings (Round 1 used as example)
● Track: Nürburgring 24hr
● Select Condition: 10:00 Cloudy
● Number of Laps: 5 (Feature) 3 (Sprint)

Race Settings
● Start Type: ‘Grid Start w/ False Start Check’ (Feature Race) | ‘Grid Start w/ False Start Check’ (Sprint Race)
● Grid Order: Fastest First (Grid based on for Sprint Race)
● Boost: Off
● Slipstream Strength: Real
● Visible Damage: On
● Mechanical Damage: Light
● Tyre Wear: 8x
● Fuel Consumption: 3x
● Initial Fuel: 100 Litres (Max)
● Grip Reduction On Wet Track/Track Edge: Real
● Race Finish Delay: 90-140 seconds (1 lap race time)
● Overtaking System Usage Time Multiplier: Round 6 Only - Feature Race 0.6 | Sprint Race 0.3

Qualifier Settings
● Time Limit: 10 minutes
● Qualifying Continuation Time: Lap Time +10 seconds
● Tyre Wear During Qualifying: 1x
● Fuel Consumption During Qualifying: Off

Regulation Settings
● Filter by Category: Varies for each round
● Balance of Performance: On
● Max Power Limit: --
● Minimum Weight: --
Feature Race Tyre Settings:
● Maximum Tyre Rating: Racing Hard
Sprint Race Tyre Settings:
● Maximum Tyre Rating: Racing Medium

One tyre compound allowed for each race – One compound softer for Sprint Race
(ex. Racing Hard for Feature Race and Racing Medium for Sprint Race)

● Car Number Type: No Limit
● Tuning: Prohibited
● Kart Usage: Off

Penalty Settings
● Ghosting During Race: Off
● Shortcut Penalty: Strong
● Wall Collision Penalty: Off
● Wall Collision Detection: Off
● Side Contact Penalty: Off
● Correct Vehicle Course After Wall Collision: Off
● Replace Cars When They Leave The Track: Off
● Flag Rules: On
● Ghost Lapped Cars: Off

Limit Driving Options
● Countersteering Assistance: Prohibited
● Active Stability Management: Prohibited
● Driving Line Assist: Prohibited
● Traction Control: No Limit
● ABS: No Limit
● Auto-Drive: Prohibited

Who to Contact
For league related enquiries or questions, your first point of contact should be a staff member within the league you compete in.

Example reasons to contact them could be:
● To inform them that you're missing a race
● To get information about your Race Room
● If you are unhappy about something, either on track or on the forums

If you have an issue with your League Coordinator and would rather discuss the issue with someone else, then seek out another person from the list below and address the issue with them. Our Coordinators and Moderators are expected to remain completely unbiased, and as long as you address the situation sensibly and maturely, they will be happy to discuss any issues no matter who it is with.

AOR Coordinators:
@Delaney @BL99DY-NINE @Hasnain @GKRT_PinkiiBoii

F1R Coordinators:
@HerrKurwa @Goldomor @Fliegertyp83
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