I meant like in 1 race,how many AOR drivers will drive the event
The room will be 16 on race night7, as far as I know.
How will the selection go then for each race?Will we do practice sessions online or something else?The room will be 16 on race night
7 AOR racers
7 F1-R racers
AOR streamer/commentator (me)
Each team has more than 7 racers so its 3 regulars and the reserves (who will all be guaranteed time to race iirc each reserve will get at least two). One of the AOR co-ords (probably most likely AORs Team Captain - Hasnain) will notify the team of the line-up for each race when the time comes. If someone from the line up can't make it that week we will make sure to call up one of the reserves to fill that gap.
Nop. We the Coords are working out a plan, so everybody know, when they are to drive. Also reserve’s will be listed.How will the selection go then for each race?Will we do practice sessions online or something else?
Yeah but that wouldn't be fair to just place people in races without knowing their pace.For example,I might get chosen for a track which I suck at at the expense of me racing at one of my best tracks.That's why I would like to propose the idea of pace evaluation sessions for each race to determine who will do the event,bearing in mind that everyone gets to race throughout the season.Nop. We the Coords are working out a plan, so everybody know, when they are to drive. Also reserve’s will be listed.
There will, just as now, be practise sessions Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday. And of course a Warm-up session on racenight.
Those that do not get to drive in ILC races, will have another room doing the same races, just not counting. More like a social race.
I hear YouI believe that if inter league races for the chosen few are to be run they should be held on another night and not our usual Thursday night racing. They should not interfere with the week to week event currently in progress.
For me racing on my one free evening a week is very special and something I look forwards to, if I wanted to race purely random social races I can do that on public events