ISI GT-Multi Class @ Sao Paulo - Wed 5th Nov


Event Details

GT 1:
Nissan GTR (Download)
GT 2: Chevrolet Corvette (Download)
GT 3: Chevrolet Camaro (Download)
GT 4: Nissan 370z (Download)

Track: Sao Paulo Download
MOD: Download
via Server (It may take a few attempts. Let us know)

Everything should be downloadable via server login.

Weather: Dry
Road condition: Rubber on track were possible
Tyre wear: Normal
Mechanical failure: Time scaled

Traction control:
ABS: Allowed
Auto-clutch: Allowed
Auto-shift: Allowed

Practice: 20:00 GMT
Qualifying: 20:20 GMT - 15 mins
Warm up: 5 mins
Race: 45 mins (formation lap + rolling start)

Racedepartment Calendar: Click here
Server password: Click here
Racing rules: Click here
Clock GMT: Click here

Sign-up list:
  1. Gijs van Elderen
  2. David Gronvalls*
  3. Marcel Gerber
  4. David O'Reilly
  5. Matej Lakota
  6. Tapio Rinneaho
  7. Marc Cabana
  8. Jason Skyring
  9. David Cook
  10. John Addison
  11. Andreas Lündin
  12. Jeff Lasecki
  13. Simon Christmann
  14. Eugene van Loggerenberg
  15. Roger Grespan
  16. Franklin Silva
  17. Jakub Charkot
  18. Joszef Rebok
  19. Amedeo Fiorella
  20. Tomek Sobanski
  21. Yuri Kasdorp
  22. Lionel Klue
  23. Stefan Erxmeyer
  24. Leonardo Tuma
  25. Driver
  26. Driver
  27. Driver
  28. Driver
  29. ...

Note: Please sign out well in time (at least 1 hour before the practise session begins) if you're unable to make the race. Thanks!
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David O'Reilly

A bad quali means I can go forwards in the race.
Yes please.
Got a few laps in today. This track was a favourite in F1 2011 for me, always produced great racing and 2 of the 19 race seasons were decided here. So I have many laps here. It works so well in GT.
There is something for me in tracks with elevation changes and the feel of the GT cars with road camber is great. The AI are excellent here also, though I twice managed to put AI on their roof. oh well, I live and learn.:cool:
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@Gijs van Elderen
Make sure it's a rolling start this time. Because both at indianapolis (a while ago) and Bahrain last week fast-starting aliens in GT2's had to yield for GT1's bogging down on the line. At Indianapolis it even caused a big crash already on the grid. It'll be even worse with GT3's and GT4's in the mix as well.

David O'Reilly

A bad quali means I can go forwards in the race.
I will take the blame for that one.
The GTR GT1 setup was with a very long 1st gear for endurance racing with rolling starts. The second car (Fabio) was using my setup too.
So front row bogged down.
With a lower 1st gear (and not 255kg of ballast BTW) its would possibly be less of an issue.
I haven't driven any of these cars in rF2 yet but I'm in.
Then the Camaro might be the easiest choice with some TC to keep the power in check. The Corvette requires blipping on downshifts, which can set you off and has more setup options. Usually you dont see so many GT4s coming up, but the GT4 a d GT3 are definetely one of the best cars to get used to GT racing in rFactor2.
Always have an eye on your tire temps you want to drive within their limits and not over use tires with very high temps, which will loose you grip.