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EU S397 Endurance @ Interlagos - Fri 18 Jun 2021

Ole Marius Myrvold

JWB 96-13

SAMBA!! Or something similar! Time to go to Brazil. It's a track you wouldn't think of as a great track for multi-class racing, but it is! It's free as well! That's a win-win, no?

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  • Oreca 07 LMP2 - [DLC] - Endurance Bundle
  • Ligier JS P217 LMP2 - [DLC] - Endurance Bundle 2
  • Cadillac DPI-V.R - [DLC] - Endurance Bundle 2
  • Corvette C8.R - [DLC] - Endurance Bundle 2
  • BMW M8 GTE - [DLC] - Endurance Bundle
  • Corvette C7.R - [DLC] - Endurance Bundle
  • Porsche 911 RSR - [DLC] - Endurance Bundle
  • Aston Martin Vantage GTE - [DLC] - Endurance Bundle
  • Ferrari 488 GTE - [DLC] - Standalone
Track: Sao Paolo - Interlagos [STEAM]
Track Temperature: 25°C
Fixed Setups: No (setups can be shared)
Start Type: Formation Lap & Rolling Start
Driving Assists: Auto Clutch, Auto Shifting
Time / Weather: Day / Dry
ABS/TC: Factory Defaults

Schedule: (EU) Friday 18 June 2021
Practice: 19:00 UTC (20 minutes)
Qualifying: 19:20 UTC (15 minutes - PRIVATE)
Warm Up: 19:35 UTC
(5 minutes)
Race: 19:40 UTC (50 minutes)



  • It is the responsibility of faster cars to safely overtake slower cars. When a faster car is overtaking a slower car (in a different class), whether a blue flag is being shown to the slower car or not, the slower car should be predictable and remain on the racing line. The faster car should execute the overtake only when it is safe to do so. If a faster car is lapping another car in the same class then the same rule applies; some cooperation may be required to facilitate the overtake. Please be sensible.
  • All of the standard Racing Club Rules still apply to this event.
  • You do not need to nominate which car you will drive, but should specify in which class you would like to drive when signing up.


LMP2/DPi - Only DPi-config allowed for Cadillac!

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Ole Marius Myrvold

JWB 96-13
I hate and love this track so much :roflmao: In with GTE, please :)

EDIT: yes, I changed my name on RD :)

It's only love with this track! ;)

I know - not sure if it is staff only or not, but I can see a little sign on your profile that says you've changed the name, and I can see what you were called earlier :) IGotControl.com :cool:

Oh, and ofc you are in :)
DPI config is LMP2 spec. Using the other config effectively makes it LMP1 with a big push in power.

Ok thanks :)
But this only affects the Cadillac? For the other cars, I can't do anything 'wrong' or? I saw that, for example the Oreca has different Ratio sets (Low Speed, High Speed, ...) in the Gears setting. Can this be changed or should this be fixed?

Jan Larsen

Yes, only the Cadi.

The ratio sets can be changed, I believe they're not fixed. But low speed is used nearly everywhere except for the very fastest of tracks, like Le Mans.

No you cant do anything wrong in the other cars, but there are different aero packs intended for different tracks; low or high speed. 'Le Mans' is kinda self explanatory with it being the lowest downforce/lowest drag package intended for high speed track like Le Mans, Spa, Monza etc and the 'standard' (all diveplanes) are for the high downforce tracks...generally. Then there also the opportunity to mix it up with the 'upper diveplanes' and 'lower diveplanes' packages which is an inbetween thing. When you've chosen which one (I'd start with the 'standard' package for Interlagos) there's also the opportunity to adjust the wing. A high downforce package with a low rear wing usually yields the best laptimes on most normal tracks. It all requires some testing and then setup work to really make it shine.
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