Cancer Research UK Support Winter Series

If you are competing this weekend at Indianapolis, could you send me a PM please. This will give me a rough idea of how many are competing. PLEASE NOTE: If you are not signed up yet you can still race this weekend.

Name: CRUK Winter Series - R2 USA
Password: caracciola
Server IP:

Thanks to the FSR management for giving me permission to do this. Spoke with Johannes yesterday and it has been OKd. This is not an official series as such but does have FSR's permission to use the mod and I have permission to ask FSR teams to field drivers to help with the promotion of the event and charity. Basically the idea of this is to raise money for charity for Cancer Research UK. Website here:

There will be no entry fees but if we can promote it and all put in voluntary donations ourselves as well then we could raise some good money for the charity. I have a relative at the moment who has this illness and so when the idea came up from someone else I thought I'd take the initiative. Anyone who would like to be involved in this series this winter, teams or drivers please either contact me or leave a post here. We will run old F1 tracks not used during this season's FSR as follows. At the moment planning on 6 races. Points will be stored but the most important thing is raising money. Going to ask SimRaceTV to cover the races so anyone who is interested in commentating also please contact me. I haven't contacted SRTV yet but given the nature of this and also FSR's backing I'm sure we can get more exposure via broadcasts.

15th December 2012 - Indian Grand Prix, Buddh International Circuit international circuit 2011
22nd December 2012 - US Grand Prix, Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Circuit GP4
5th January 2012 - Austrian Grand Prix, A1 Ring (Now Red Bull Ring)
12th January 2012 - San Marino Grand Prix, Imola 1988
19th January 2012 - French Grand Prix, Magny Cours
2nd February 2012 - German Grand Prix, Hockenheim

Track links will be posted before each weekend, at least 1 week in advance. Links will be posted immediately after the previous race where possible.

DRIVING AIDS: Low Anti-Lock Brakes, Auto Clutch

NOTE: For those who are not currently signed to FSR teams or competing in FSR you may run in the FSR General car. However some teams may not be able to use their usual drivers so you may also be able to get Winter Series drives for an FSR team so I'll leave that up to you to sort.

With regard to keeping track of donations, noone is expected to donate yourself if you are not in a position and as money is already paid out extensively every year via entry fees for FSR I felt voluntary donations was better but if you could PM me with whatever donations you make that would be great as it would enable to keep a track of how well we are doing. No individual donations will be made public, only the total figure and I don't expect you to provide any information other than the amount donated, for obvious reasons. Hope that many of you can support this and let's enjoy ourselves this winter while doing something for a good cause.

Official Practice: 14:00GMT
Qualifying 1: 14:25GMT
Qualifying 2: 14:40GMT
Warmup: 14:50GMT
Race: 15:00GMT

Bradley Vanian
Sam Jones

TEAMS - 12
MAK Racing
Scott Wilde
Mikko Suokas

Knight Racing
Eduard Kore
Daniel Kiss

Knight International
Jan Wenninger
Michael Gray

Thunder Racing Team
Loucas Afxentiou

Nemesis Racing (Will Rotate Drivers)
Ryan Walker
Ron Squire

Positive SimRacing
Jackson Wendt
Kevin Siggy

Twister Racing
Raino Room
Jonathan Holmes

SimTech Motorsport
Shane Burke
Nico de Koninck

SimTech Motorsport 2
Alexander van der Woude

NetRex GP
Fred Owen

Knight Racing Team
Attila Molnar

MAK Racing Team
Antonio Kolarec

Positive SimRacing Trainers
Neil Debacquer
Lars Brugman

Milan Radivojevic
Tamas Vargyasi
Jimi Hughes
Teddy Buch
Craig Masters
Mert Kayar
Romain Langlois
Jan Schmidt
Thanks Jackson, If you could contact whatever team you were racing for this season or if you are signed to a team next season them too. We will be grouped into teams. But I will put you on a list of interested drivers in post one.
The reason for the start date is so we can finish early enough for FSR drivers to concentrate on testing for 2013 as well. If you cant compete in all races dont worry too much. Just as many as you can.
We are expecting drivers mainly from World Series and World Trophy so for that reason I've put the times in the middle of the two series to hopefully tailor to both sets of drivers. Race schedules now up in first post.
I doubt we will have enough drivers to justify 2 grids but if we did we could accomodate that. No there is no team limit. The more teams take part the better the exposure for the charity. I would guess there would only be one grid though but anyone who wants to take part can with regard to teams and drivers.

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