Time for something different - 2 ... introducing the next big thing in our Friendly Events, the brand new Audi Sport TT Cup machine, Brands Hatch GP The full Grand Prix Circuit begins on the Brabham Straight, an off-camber, slightly curved stretch, before plunging into the right-hander at Paddock Hill Bend. Despite the difficulty of the curve, due to the straight that precedes it, it is one of the track's few overtaking spots. The next corner, Druids, is a hairpin bend, negotiated after an uphill braking zone at Hailwood Hill. The track then curves around the south bank spectator area into the downhill, off-camber Graham Hill Bend, and another, slightly bent stretch at the Cooper Straight, which runs parallel to the pit lane. After the straight, the circuit climbs uphill though the decreasing-radius Surtees turn, before moving onto the back straight where the track's top speeds can be reached. The most significant elevation changes on the circuit occur here at Pilgrim's Drop and Hawthorn Hill, which leads into Hawthorn Bend. The track then loops around the woodland with a series of mid-speed corners, most notably the dip at Westfield and Dingle Dell and the blind Sheene curve. From there the track then emerges from the left hand Stirlings Bend onto the short straight to Clearways and rejoins the Indy Circuit for Clark Curve with its uphill off-camber approach to the pit straight and the start/finish line Wait? What is this? For this event you need absolutely nothing special. A copy of Assetto Corsa, keyboard, console controller, or steering wheel it's all fine. Today we are going to focus on getting you on the online track (for the first time) and giving you a great experience and making you a better driver. Make sure to be on time for the extended practice session and have teamspeak installed and be with us for the full length of the event. This is the longest session of almost an hour to get familiar with the car and the track. That's right, you don't need to practice offline first. You can come by fully unprepared After practice we skip to qualification to decide the racing order and do a short fun race of only 30 minutes so everybody can return to their wives, girlfriends, mom in time. Who can join? All premium members using their full REAL NAME in the forum, servers and teamspeak can sign up for this event and a maximum of two servers available for this event. Sign up below and make sure to tag fellow community members who you think are up for a challenge! Not a premium member yet but interested to race with our group of friendly drivers? Click here for more information and learn how you can participate as well. Server and Teamspeak Password: click here (TEAMSPEAK IS MANDATORY) Teamspeak Installation Guide: click here (Handy guide to setup teamspeak) Tracks, Cars, Apps Installation Guide: click here (Handy guide to install non AC content) Racing Club Rules: click here Incident Reporting: click here Server Name: RACEDEPARTMENT.COM EU TT Cup #4 (server 1 entry list) ACTIVE RACEDEPARTMENT.COM EU #5 (server 2 entry list) 10 or more drivers required to run a second server Cars: Audi Sport TT Cup (Ready to Race DLC Required) Track:Brands Hatch GP (3908m) (24) - Dream Pack #3 Fixed Setup: Default,(tire pressure,Brake bias,Compound and Fuel open, ) Driving Assists: Factory ABS, Factory TC P2P : You need to map a button to the KERS to get it to function. Jump Start: = teleport to pits App: Helicorsa 0.6 Download App: ACRL Fuel 1.2 Download Assetto Corsa Car Setup Directory Practice: 19:00 GMT (30 minutes)* Qualifying: 19:30 GMT (30 minutes) Race: 20:00 GMT (30 minutes) *Note that daylight savings are active. 19:00 GMT = 20:00 BST = 21:00 CEST. Entry List Rupe wilson (ask me anything) Simon Hodge hape Digaph m_mirk Andy Dixey ATOJAR Eddy_J1 Des Bain Neilski RasmusP Bliv AK Szymon Olizarowicz rikirk RobCross hellfudge Mickael Tesson Benoit Dufour BrianUK tvr2k10 Victor Jimenez Paul Glover QWASZX Maciej Strzeboński UTP #54RW Reserves: Nickl561 Push to Pass (P2P) - the Kers button makes this work. The Audi TT cup car uses the 2.0 TFSI from the Audi TTS. The four-cylinder engine delivers 228kW (310hp) in the production model and accelerates the TTS from 0 to 100km/h in 4.7 seconds. By means of a so-called Push-to-pass function, the drivers can briefly boost the engine's output by 22kW (30hp) for overtaking manoeuvres by pushing a button on the steering wheel. A blue lamp in the windshield indicates the boost activation. LEDs in the rear side windows show how many times the driver can still use the additional power. The number of available boosts is defined by the regulations. Power is transmitted to the front wheels via a direct-shift dual-clutch transmission. The six-speed S tronic, which has been specifically tuned for use in racing, is operated by shift paddles on the steering wheel. Accordingly, the Audi TT cup only has two pedals, used for acceleration and braking. Please note: As it was pointed out, Brake Bias can be adjusted on the wheel even though its locked in the set up section, So it will now be also adjustable in the set up section also.