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DRM Revival @ Rattlesnake Point - Wednesday June 1st 2011 [OC/US]

Discussion in 'rFactor 2 Racing Club & Leagues' started by Adam Eggbeer, May 26, 2011.

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    Server name: RACEDEPT.COM DRM
    Mod: DRM Revival 1.0
    Track: Rattlesnake Point

    10:00 GMT: Practice
    10:30 GMT: Qualification
    10:40 GMT: Warm-up
    10:45 GMT: Race (1 Hour, Formation Lap + Rolling Start) (Read Note 3 for details)

    00:00 GMT: Practice
    00:30 GMT: Qualification
    00:40 GMT: Warm-up
    00:45 GMT: Race (1 Hour, Formation Lap + Rolling Start) (Read Note 3 for details)

    Server password: click here
    Racing rules: click here


    1. We recommend you read the manual beforehand which gives details about how to set up the game and the cars within the mod. English Manual German Manual

    2. Do not over-rev the engine, particularly when in 1st gear, as this can easily lead to a blown engine.

    3. This race will be a manual formation lap with a rolling start. This means that once the light goes green the leader gradually speeds up to around 120 km/h (75mph) and drives in this pace towards the last corner. All other cars follow in one line with the same speed. No brake test, no swaying. If you spin your car you drop back to last position and start from there. When exiting the last corner the leader can go full throttle and the rest of the pack follows. No overtaking before the start/finish line. The formation lap will count as part of the 1 hour race.

    • If you intend to race please copy and paste the sign up list and add your name to it. Do the same if you are pulling out but remove your name.
    • Licensed Members are encouraged to share images, videos and race reports in this thread.
  2. For these two events simply copy the following list and add your name to the bottom. (First signup please replace the 'driver 1').

    1. Driver 1

    1. Driver 1
  3. I have upped the formation lap speed from 100Kph (60mph) to 120kph (75mph) due to the length of the track