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US Lotus 240R @ Imola - Mon 4 May 2015

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa Racing Club' started by Joao Alves, Apr 30, 2015.

  1. Joao Alves

    Joao Alves

    240.jpg Notes:
    • If you can't book in time make sure to sign out before 20:00 EDT (00:00 GMT)
    • There will be no booking. The server will be setup with the jump-in mode
    • TC & ABS: Factory | Stability Control: OFF | Starting Grip: Green 94%
    Car(s): Lotus 240R
    Track: Imola

    Practice: 00:30 GMT | 20:30 EDT | 17:30 PDT
    Qualifying: 01:30 GMT | 21:30 EDT | 18:30 PDT
    Race: 01:45 GMT | 21:45 EDT | 18:45 PDT (20 Laps | Standing Start)

    Racing Club Rules: Click Here

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  2. Getrag


    I would love to sign up. I'm new to sim racing and would love to get into these club races so I'd like to go through the rules that are linked above, but I get a "Race Department Error". Can you point me somewhere else that would have the rules?
  3. Joao Alves

    Joao Alves

    Hi Getrag! Thanks for your interest!

    Well first thing's first, here are the rules:
    • When you have signed up for an event we expect you to be there. If for any reason you can not make it you can sign out up until one hour prior to the practice session (or booking session in Assetto Corsa). If the event uses a two race format then you are expected to be present for both races.
    • If you are involved in an accident, do not leave your car parked on the driving line where it can cause interference to other drivers or further accidents. Return to the pitbox safely and repair your car to continue the race.
    • If you accidentally leave the track for whatever reason you must wait until there is a clear, safe gap before rejoining the track. Upon rejoining the track you must get up to speed as quickly as possible without blocking the racing line.
    • Never attempt U-turns on the racing line as you will cause an accident.
    • Do not alter your line or braking for a faster car behind you. Unpredictable moves have a way of ending the race for both of you. Let the faster car dictate when and where to initiate a pass, and only then assist by easing off of the throttle.
    • Do not deliberately cut the track. The white (or yellow) lines mark the edge of the road. Do not cross them with more than two wheels.
    • If you hit another driver during a Club race and disadvantage them, we expect you to stop and let the other driver regain their position on you. This shows respect to your fellow drivers and will encourage drivers to be more careful. Please use some care when letting the other driver regain position, and do not immediately stop your car on the racing line where it can cause further accidents.
    • Try and discuss any incidents with the other drivers involved after the race in a friendly manner. If you feel stressed out by an accident then take 24 hours to calm down, review the replays of the incident and resolve it in a mature way via PM. Do not make angry posts about it on the forum. If you cannot resolve the problem then please contact the staff member that organized your race via PM, sending them an incident report that includes a video that clearly shows the incident.
    • Follow all safety rules as if you were in a real car on a real track; use the pit speed limiter in pit lane, observe all safety flags and lights, no donuts in the pit lane or on the track, no deliberate distraction of other drivers, etc.
    • During official race sessions (qualification & race) written chat is not allowed.
    What games do we support?

    We currently organize daily club races and leagues for the following racing games:
    • Assetto Corsa
    • F1 2013 - The Game
    • Formula Truck
    • Game Stock Car
    • Gran Turismo 6
    • Project CARS
    • RACE 07 Series
    • rFactor
    • rFactor 2
    • Richard Burns Rally
    What is the difference between Club and League racing?

    Club events are for casual racing only. It's not about the winning or losing but about having a good driving experience. This is the perfect environment for your daily races as there is no pressure involved. Fun is King.

    Leagues races are more professional and points can be scored for the championship. There is also the pressure of running with some of the best drivers in the simracing community! This does not mean that you need to have alien speed to join our leagues. You will always find drivers of your level in every race.

    And to participate in our races, we require a premium membership due to the cost of running the servers. You can find more info here: link

    I hope you come to enjoy sim racing, and your time here on RD! If there's anything else that I can help you with, feel free to ask me back here, or via a private message if you prefer.
  4. Getrag


    Perfect, thanks for the info.
    I just upgraded. I'll try out the 3 months while I make sure races work out for my schedule etc.. :)
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  5. Getrag


    So do I just need to go to AC and join the booking? I'm not entire sure how that all works or how I know which one to join.
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