- Jun 29, 2013
All drivers are expected to show up. Absentees who do not report here at least 24 hours before the event will automatically receive a 2 point penalty regardless of the reason.
Practice: Open all day of the event (server is already up)
Qualifying: 19:05 GMT (15 minutes, unlimited laps)
Warm Up: 19:20 GMT (3 minutes)
Race: 19:25 GMT (50 minutes).
All races will begin with a standing start, without a formation lap. Refueling and tyre changes are permitted, but are not mandatory. Although written for the Formula Vees, the pit stop guide here contains useful information if you're unfamiliar with pitting. Fuel and tire wear will be normal 1x. Assists will not be available except for auto-clutch.
Red Zone - On Lap 1, the start straight and turn 1 are considered a red zone (see map below). Additionally, the hairpin on lap 1 is also a red zone. This simply means that the replay of the starts will be looked at automatically - any incidents caused by overly aggressive behaviour or rules being broken will be penalised more so than incidents elsewhere. It is a league, so be competitive, but don't destroy other people's races.
Example of track limits for a track.
Additional Track Limits Information
Track limits seem to be a running theme this season, so here is some information regarding Taruma to avoid any confusion. The white lines denote the track limit. Where there no white lines, you are permitted to run wide onto the kerbs, so long as they have returned 2 wheels to the track before the white line resumes. (Before anyone asks about similar corners at Brasilia, we were extra strict because it was pre-quali and every 1000th of a second mattered; regardless, track limits for Brasilia were very clearly explained prior to the event.)
Example 1: Here, you may run wide as there is no white line; or it is on the far side of the kerb.
Example 2: You may use the full width of the start/finish straight, denoted by the white lines.
Example 3: You may not run wide at the final turn, as the white line clearly denotes the track limit prior to the kerb.
Server password: click here
Racing rules: click here
Some info for Teams:
TeamSpeak is not mandatory. If you are on TeamSpeak, it is your choice. Therefore, talking on TeamSpeak during any part of any events in the VSCC S3 is permitted. If you don't like hearing people during the race, you don't have to use TeamSpeak. To talk privately with your team mate during the race to plan pit stop strategy, etc., you may create a room on the TeamSpeak server. Just select the GSC channel, open the menu with right mouse button and click "Create Sub-Channel". Enter a name in the pop-up and hit OK.
@Angelo dos Santos
@Risto Kappet [Promoted]
@Franklin Stegink [Promoted]
@Jonathan Menéndez [Promoted from S2 due to an absence]
@Warren Schembri [Promoted from S2 due to an absence]
@Mark Breslin [Promoted from S2 due to an absence]
@Pär Öqvist [Relegated]
@Sam Smith [Relegated]
@Theo van den Brink [Relegated]
@Fab #28 [Reported Absent - LATE]
@Antmerino [Reported Absent]
@Jason [Reported Absent]
@Yuri [Reported Absent]
@vitor sousa [Reported Absent - LATE]
[I am considering opening sign ups for wild car drivers if the server 2 grid gets too small, or merging it with server 1 if it gets very small; please try your best not to be absent!]