We are leaving the United Kingdom for some Italian racing action. The former San Marino Grand Prix hosts our third race! Booking: 17:00GMT (60 min) Practice: 18:00GMT (60 min) Qualification: 19:00GMT (15 min) Break: 5 minutes Race: 19:20GMT (21 laps) Division 1 Track Pack: Download Since Division 1 will feature broadcasting, we have got 4 modified tracks. Everybody in Division 1 will need these. Skinpack: V1.2 Download Damage: 50% Driving Aids: Factory Track Grip: 93% (Slowly improving) Time of Day: 13:00 Server 1: Niki Djakovic Ales Kurent Geoffroy Tassenoy Luka Peklaj Andy White Simon Knight Akis Kevrekidis Hristo Milushev Alex Parker Jay Adgie David Cuthill Tomi Manninen Rami Mattila Ross Balfour Tobias Roehner Marco Waechter Kevin Ascher Dimitris Liakouris Jack Keithley Timm Fahrbach Michael Klein Rob Walker James Hemp Server 2: Galin Dimov Dinca Andrei Sven Walther Stelios Fevgatos Pavel Suchacek Blair Thomson Matyas Kone Coen Adriaansz Alexander Kholodkevich Fernando Gutierrez Andreas Knopke Daniel Holst (MUST BOOK) Oliver Feistkorn (MUST BOOK) Adam Farmer (MUST BOOK) Tomi Kokkola (MUST BOOK) Franklin Stegink (MUST BOOK) Imola is a very technical track and has many tricky parts! Let's review some of them. The first part of Variante del Tamburello can be easily cut without really noticing, so be extra careful and check your practice replays to adjust your line accordingly! Same goes with Variante Villeneuve. If you go deep inside, there is a high chance you are driving off track. Be extra careful at the corner exit too! The uphill part of Acque Minerali is tricky too. Very tempting to go straight there. Please don't. The slowest part of the track, Variante Alta, is a candidate for cutting and going wide at its exit. Again, check your lines (before the event!) to ensure you stay on track with at least 2 tyres. These were just some examples. We should stay inside the track limits at all parts of the track -either they are the inside of a turn or the corner exit- with at least 2 tyres. Mistakes under pressure are very common of course. If you cut / go wide, please lift your throttle off (0%) for a reasonable amount of time (not just some milliseconds). That way we can maintain a fair level of play for everyone.