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RD GP Championship S4 (Assetto Corsa)

Discussion in 'RD GP Championship' started by Chris, Dec 9, 2015.

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  1. Chris

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    Last edited: Dec 9, 2015
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  2. Fred Locklear

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  3. Jamie

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  4. Jack

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  5. Cristian Haba

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    There's a petition on Change.org garnering momentum (34,453 signatures so far) to oust repeating champion @Sun Levi and let some of us peasants get our noses wet for once.
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  9. Oscar Hardwick

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    Still waiting for an EU AC league :(

    That said the AU times are normally workable in the UK. Mark me as interested :)
  10. ZeroRisk

    Pro-Am racing driver... virtually Premium

    AU times could work for me day depending as I'm based in Malaysia.
    What mod would this use?

    (Sorry it this is obvious but I'm fairly new to online sim racing leagues and don't want to download the wrong stuff...)
  11. Chris

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    Announcement.jpg After a six month break, the Australian racing season is ready to kick off again and this season is primed to be the best one yet!

    The RaceDepartment Australian Formula 3 Championship is the premiere open-wheel league available for Oceania-based drivers. This inaugural season will comprise of five races on a bi-weekly basis featuring five of the same iconic tracks that the real life FIA European Formula 3 series features.

    All premium members of any region are eligible to sign up and compete in this series and there are a maximum of 30 race seat's available. However there are unlimited reserve slots should you want to replace an absent driver.

    General Info.jpg
    The Car
    The car of choice is the Dallara F312, which can be downloaded here. Weighing in at just over 550kg, producing 210bhp and up to 630kg of downforce, the Dallara F312 is the perfect car for drivers to develop in one of the most pure-bred racing machines on planet earth. The FIA Formula 3 series is renowned for offering some of the most pure and exciting racing in the world and this series will be no exception!

    • Round 1 - Silverstone - 27th February 2016
    • Round 2 - Zandvoort - 12th March 2016
    • Round 3 - Spa-Francorchamps - 26th March 2016
    • Round 4 - Nurburgring-Sprint - 9th April 2016
    • Round 5 - Imola - 23rd April 2016

    Session Info
    • Booking: 20:00 AEDT (09:00 GMT)
    • Practice: 20:30 AEDT (09:30 GMT)
    • Qualifying: 21:10 AEDT (10:10 GMT)
    • Race: 21:30 AEDT (10:30 GMT) ~120km / Standing start

    Driver Assists
    • Automatic Clutch: No
    • Automatic Gears: No
    • Traction Control: No
    • Anti-Lock Braking: No
    • Stability Control: No
    • Car Damage: 70%
    • Tyre Wear: 100%
    • Fuel Usage: 100%
    • Tyre Blankets: No

    Points System


    Liveries & Numbers

    • Custom liveries are what make league racing special! Drivers will design and create their own personal livery for the season and can discuss and share ideas on all things skinning in our dedicated thread.
    • From there, a skin pack will be compiled and all drivers must download and use the skin pack for all league events and must use their respective livery.
    • Skins must not contain any explicit or inappropriate images or graphics. Skin sizes must also be no larger than 2048x2048.
    • Driver numbers will be chosen by the drivers themselves. The number they choose will remain with them for all future seasons of Australian Formula 3 should they choose to compete.
    • Drivers who competed in the previous Australian League season will take precedence on which number they can choose over drivers who did not compete. Of the drivers who did compete, those that placed higher in the standings in the previous season will take precedence over those lower than them.

    General Rules
    • The 2016 RDGPC will operate in accordance with the 2015/16 RD league regulations unless otherwise specifically outlined. By participating in this league, you are agreeing to abide by the rules set out in the regulations.
    • Pitstops are not mandatory, however drivers are free to take to the pitlane if they so desire.
    • Rejoining the race track after using 'Esc + Back to Pits' will result in immediate disqualification and possibly further sanctions if deemed necessary.
    • All drivers must be able to make it back to the pit lane under the power of their own car. Drivers are free to use the 'Esc + Back to Pits' during all Practice and Qualifying sessions.
    • The top 5 drivers at the end of the season will qualify automatically for an entry spot in the upcoming RaceDepartment Le Mans series, should they wish to compete.

    This is one of the most important parts of the league briefing you need to understand! When you sign up to the RDGPC, we expect you to be present during all the races. This commitment shows respect to the league, your fellow drivers and the organisation.

    If you can't make it to the next race please report your absence in the dedicated thread so we can inform a reserve driver to take over your slot.

    Drivers are free to choose their own teammate, or they may enter as an Independent, or as a team with a maximum of three drivers. There may be no more than three drivers per team. The collective scores of the drivers will go towards the Team's Championship.

    Weather conditions play a vitally important role in car setup and handling. How you adapt to the conditions can often be the difference between a win and a loss. All rounds of the RDGPC will be raced under the forecast maximum temperature and weather conditions exhibited by that very track in real life on that very day, so be sure to keep a close eye on the weather forecast in the lead up to race day.
    Last edited: Feb 24, 2016
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  12. Chris

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    Custom Skins.jpg Use this thread to ask your skinning questions, share pictures, and talk anything skin related!

    Everyone who is on the entry list can submit a skin. Each car can have its own livery. If you cannot skin a car yourself we encourage you to find somebody who can. Use this thread to find one of those great artists that can help you out.

    Liveries must not contain any explicit or inappropriate images or graphics. Skin sizes must be no larger than 2048x2048.

    If you're unable to create your own, or employ the services of a helpful modder, we are also supplying two standard-issue RaceDepartment skins for you to choose between. These will then be customized accordingly to reflect your name, number and nationality.

    Design 1

    Design 2


    When submitting a skin, please submit it to @Chris Stacey via PM.
    Livery submissions will close at midnight AEDT (13:00 GMT) on Wednesday the 24th of February 2016.
    Last edited: Feb 19, 2016
  13. Chris

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    Stewards Notice Board.jpg All racing incidents will will be reviewed by an independent group of staff who hold no affiliation to this league in any way, shape or form. All incidents will be viewed on their merits, and the decisions made by the stewards will be respected even if you disagree with the outcome.

    Submitting a Report:

    Reports are submitted to @Chris Stacey via Personal Message, who will then forward them to the stewards. Reports must be submitted within 24 hours of the conclusion of the race. If you would like a racing incident to be looked at, then please make sure you conform to the procedure and standards that are expected of an incident report. This means:
    • Your name, the round number, and the lap of the race on which it occurred.
    • Clear video evidence of the events leading up to, during and proceeding the incident (total length should be ~1 minute).
    • A variety of camera angles from both your opponents, and your own perspective.
    • A text description of the events.

    The race stewards will have many different penalties at their disposal. For racing incidents there are time penalties and point penalties that can be issued depending on the severity of the incident(s).

    If a time penalty is not deemed fit, then the points penalties are as follows:
    • Minor offence: 3 penalty points
    • Moderate offence: 6 penalty points
    • Major offence: 10 penalty points

    As a means of achieving consistent officiating, track cutting during the race (more than two wheels leaving the white/yellow lines and gaining an advantage) will be systematically judged. Drivers who breach Rule 6.1 without 100% throttle lift off for at least 1 second, will be penalised.
    • 2 cuts = Reprimand (Two reprimands in consecutive rounds = 10 second penalty)
    • 3 cuts = 5 seconds added to your total race time.
    • 4 cuts = 10 seconds added to your total race time.
    • 5 cuts = 20 seconds added to your total race time
    • >5 cuts = 20 seconds added to your total race time + 5 seconds for every additional cut.
    • 10 or more cuts = Disqualification
    Last edited: Apr 15, 2016
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  14. Chris

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    Absences.jpg If you are unable to attend a particular race, then you must report it in the absence thread at least 24 hours in advance of the commencement of the booking start time. The driver entry list for each round will be announced and confirmed on the Friday prior to the race at 20:00 AEDT (09:00 GMT). Any sign-outs beyond this point will be met with a back of the grid start for the following race.

    Drivers who fail to report absence will be immediately removed from the league.

    Absences must be of legitimate reasoning.

    When submitting an absence report, please do so in this thread using the following template:
    • Name:
    • Round Number:
    • Reason:
    Last edited: Mar 13, 2016
  15. Chris

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    Signups will close at midnight AEDT on Saturday the 20th of February 2016.

    Drivers who competed and finished in the previous Australian Open Wheel series will take entry precedence over drivers who did not compete.

    Example Entry:
    Driver Name: First and Last Name
    Nationality: A flag will appear next to your name on the league tables
    Team Name: The name of the team you will be competing with.
    Preferred Number 1: Must be a number between 0-999.
    Preferred Number 2: Indicate your secondary preferred 1-3 digit race number

    Complete your entry details using this template:
    Driver Name:
    Team Name:
    Preferred Number 1:
    Preferred Number 2:
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2016
  16. Chris

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    Sign Up List
    1. Chris Stacey | Trident | #7 | Australia
    2. Michael Stead | Unstable Rear-End Racing | #50 | Australia
    3. Jeremy Talbot | TNT Racing | #18 | New Zealand
    4. Aidan Keranen | 2KF1 Racing | #4 | Australia
    5. Jamie Pyatt | A.P.I.A Racing 2 | #9 | Australia
    6. Jack Trooper | A.P.I.A Racing 1 | #16 | Australia
    7. Evan Spall | Talking Door Racing Green | #14 | Australia
    8. Tony Binelli | A.P.I.A Racing 1 | #6 | Australia
    9. Sun Levi | Talking Door Racing Green | #5 | Australia
    10. Matheus Machado | Talking Door Racing Red | #17 | Brazil
    11. Ashley Cowan | A.P.I.A Racing 2 | #11 | Australia
    12. Fred Locklear | A.P.I.A Racing 1 | #66 | USA
    13. Nick Milton | TNT Racing | #99 | England
    14. Tom Newman-Morris | Unstable Rear-End Racing | #999 | Australia
    15. David Armstrong | Trident | #27 | Australia
    16. Tobi Kederer | 2KF1 Racing | #3 | Germany
    17. Tobias Röhner | Talking Door Racing Red | #33 | Germany
    18. Charles Baccio | Talking Door Racing Green | #10 | France
    19. Lorenzo Bonder | Talking Door Racing Red | #37 | Brazil
    20. Alexis Clapano | TNT Racing | #68 | Philippines
    21. Edward Rockett | 2KF1 Racing | #259 | British
    22. Sam Hill | Independent | #00 | Scotland
    23. Matt Bailey | Trident | #13 | Australia
    24. Petteri Ruotsalainen | CDR Racing | #69 | Finland
    25. Craig Patteson | Talking Door Racing Blue | #771 | England
    26. Stephen Sekhon | Independent | #72 | British
    27. Alex Townsend | A.P.I.A Racing 2 | #34 | British
    28. Ricardo Umans | THGI Motorsports | #21 | Dutch
    29. Dan Cosofret | Talking Door Racing Blue | #22 | USA
    30. Josh Noack | Pro Force Racing | #773 | Australia
    Last edited: Mar 5, 2016
  17. Chris

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    Driver Name: Chris Stacey
    Nationality: Australian
    Team Name: Trident
    Preferred Number 1: 7
    Preferred Number 2: 42
  18. Michael Stead

    Michael Stead

    Driver Name: Michael Stead
    Nationality: Australian
    Team Name:
    Preferred Number 1: 50
    Preferred Number 2: 32
  19. Jeremy Talbot

    Jeremy Talbot
    SpeedyMite Racing Premium

    Driver name: Jeremy Talbot
    Nationality: New Zealand
    Team name: TNT Racing
    Preferred number 1: 18
    Preferred number 2: 16
  20. Chris

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    Finally I have finished my skin, enough tweaking :D.
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