PS4 - TC S1 Pro Round 4: Nürburgring Sprint - 13.06.18 @8PM (UK) | ApexOnlineRacing.com

PS4 TC S1 Pro Round 4: Nürburgring Sprint - 13.06.18 @8PM (UK)


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AOR Project Cars 2 Touring Car

PC/PS4/XB1 - Nürburgring Sprint

Event Information:
Date: Wednesday 13 June 2018
Lobby opens: 7:45pm (UK time)
● Event starts: 8:00pm (UK time)
● Event format:
- Warm up / Practise: 10 minutes
- Sprint race: 20 minutes. Starting order is championship standings.
- Setup check / Practise: 5 minutes
- Main race: 40 minutes. Starting order is reverse sprint race.

● Weather Conditions:
- Sprint race: Rain
- Main race: Haze

● In-game time-of-day information (real-time progression):
- Sprint race: June 13 06:00
- Main race: June 13 08:00

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.

Notices:
● Rules & regulations:
Before you take the car to the track in the social race, make sure you are fully aware of the rules and regulations of the race. As a driver in our league races, 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.
● Practice: A practice session will be hosted before the race. In this practice session you can load your preferred default setup. This setup will then automatically be carried over to the race.
Race setup:
On the pre-race screen we recommend you not to load a setup and instead you should just ready up. The game will give you the same default setup that you loaded in qualifying. The only thing that should be different is the amount of fuel, because the game automatically selects the amount of fuel depending on the race length. If you manually load a default setup in the pre-race screen you will get a full tank and you will give yourself a disadvantage.

Main race startingorder (DNFs will start from the back):
To get into the right position for the main race is quite simple. When the lights go out, everyone starts to drive at a speed of around 10mph (16kph) and stay as far to the edge of the track as they can. This will give room in the middle of the track for cars to pass. Everyone start to look after the car they are supposed to behind and fall inline behind that car. We have tried this before and everyone should be in the correct place before sector 1 is completed on the formation lap. Once everyone is in place, we will continue with the normal formation lap (50mph (80kph), warming tyres and brakes up to formation point). It is easy to see on the mini-map when everyone looks to be in place.



Confirmed no-shows:

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noahreuvers

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A wet race... ? I would advise you to prepare yourself for some ‘amazing’ power understeer racing... ?? (at least the megane drivers)
 

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I've learned from Oulton Park that I must practise in the wet as I suck in the wet...
 

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MattDarvs

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Sorry I had to leave so suddenly, my neighbour was in trouble.
Hope race 2 went ok.
 
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Sorry I had to leave so suddenly, my neighbour was in trouble.
Hope race 2 went ok.
Was a rough start for some but then it went well. Hope all is good with your neighbour (y)
 

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Results and standings are "quickl updated", will fill in the times tomorrow.

Big congratulations to @MrKaczalski for winning the title in a very close championship (y)