EU GT3 @ Okayama - Sun 19th Jan 2020

JoelK

AC Events Host
Staff
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This week is time to visit this masterpiece of a track in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Welcome to the Assetto Corsa racing club! This is the place to be for relaxed, friendly racing and our events are open to everybody from rookies to the seasoned pros. You will always find people around your level to battle with, so jump on in! If you need any help the don't hesitate to ask on TeamSpeak... there's no such thing as a stupid question!


All premium members using their full Real Name in the forum, race servers and teamspeak can sign up for this event. We have limited slots so sign up below and make sure to tag fellow community members who you think are up for a challenge!

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Incident Reporting: click here


Server Name:
  • Practice Server: RACEDEPARTMENT.COM EU GT3 PRACTICE #12
  • Race Server: RACEDEPARTMENT.COM EU GT3 RACE #13
Cars: DLC is required for this event

GT3:


Track: Okayama GP
Pit stop:
Mandatory
Track Temps: 25c
Track Condition: Clear


Recommended App: Helicorsa (Download here)

Free practice:
server will be available throughout the week.
Official practice: 20:00 GMT (30 minutes)
Qualifying GT3: 20:30 GMT (20 minutes)
Race: 20:50 GMT (60minutes)

Entry List - 24 Slots

  1. JoelK - Z4
  2. HF2000 - R8 #119
  3. GEO147 - 650s
  4. Medilloni - 650s
  5. Raresch - R8 #29(Maybe)
  6. JussiS - 488
  7. Ken Bell - 911
  8. 640er - SCG
  9. RobertR1 - 650s
  10. Stefan Weber - 650s
  11. Free Slot



UTP#02 - JK
 
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JoelK

AC Events Host
Staff
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A message to all Drivers



If you run off track, you have to check to see that its clear before you re enter the track, Do not just keep the gas pinned and pull back on track.
When entering the track from the pits Stay off the racing line until you are up to speed, do not race on your out lap. let other drivers by.
on re-entering the track stay off the racing line until you are up to race speed
and do not block any fast approaching car, you have made the mistake by going off remember, so let them by cleanly

Golden Rule
  1. Be 100% sure it's not his fault and just carry on like nothing happened and take the risk of being banned for 30 days.
  2. Play on the safe side and wait for the affected drivers, knowing 100% sure you will not get a ban.
Track limits
  1. No more than 2 wheels over the white/yellow line without a lift of the gas please.
    You will be penalized if you break our rules
Note: Please use your full real name in teamspeak. Not doing so may result in you being kicked from the server if an admin cannot identify you as a premium member.
 

Medilloni

It was me 'wot did it.
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RobertR1

500RPM
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@JoelK question for you re setup. So the setup I use for the 650s works fine for medium and high speed corners but really had no front end bite in low speed corners. I've tried different lines, trail braking vs straight line braking, flicking it in, etc but can't get the front to tuck in on slow speed turns.

Any particular area of setup or brake bias that influences this so I can do A/B testing with? 650s

others are welcomed to comment.
 

640er

50RPM
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C'mon guys, have a think about joining - just 5 -7 of you will help - use it or you lose it :p
Let's see, I will decide spontaneously. I do not know the track and have not much experience with GT3 cars. Driving for 60min alone at the back is not very appealing.
 

HF2000

250RPM
Premium
@JoelK question for you re setup. So the setup I use for the 650s works fine for medium and high speed corners but really had no front end bite in low speed corners. I've tried different lines, trail braking vs straight line braking, flicking it in, etc but can't get the front to tuck in on slow speed turns.

Any particular area of setup or brake bias that influences this so I can do A/B testing with? 650s

others are welcomed to comment.
Same here for the R8.
 

HF2000

250RPM
Premium
Let's see, I will decide spontaneously. I do not know the track and have not much experience with GT3 cars. Driving for 60min alone at the back is not very appealing.
No worries. I will likely join you there as I usually make at least two mistakes which will get me off track.
 
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