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Topics - Wally
« on: July 10, 2018, 10:41:39 PM »
3 x sprints.
Race 1: In qualifying order.
Race 2: Starting in reverse groups of 4 from race 1 finish, e.g. 4,3,2,1... 8,7,6,5... 12,11,10,9... etc.
Race 3: Starting in Race 2 finish order.
Damage restrictor to be applied for car-to-car contacts over a certain speed only (but not contacts with the environment), meaning the faster you hit someone, the more damage restrictor you accumulate for the next race, but it won't carry over into subsequent races, unlike last time.
Jul 17: Salzburgring [DOWNLOAD]
Jul 24: Sebring [DOWNLOAD]
Jul 31: Bikernieki High Speed Ring [LINK]
Aug 7: Riverside Spike [DOWNLOAD]
Aug 14: Daytona Road Course [DOWNLOAD]
Aug 21: Queensland Raceway [DOWNLOAD]
Aug 28: Putnam Park (no chicane) [DOWNLOAD]
1 bonus point for pole and 1 bonus point for fastest lap in each race.
Must complete 75% of the race laps to be classified a finisher and get any points.
Qualifying starts at 8:30 pm Eastern.
The usual ballast penalty (25 kg) for the next round for causing an avoidable lap 1 incident such as rear-ending someone or moving across to the other side of the track in the first 2 corners.
6. Dave O
19. Steve Lewis
1. Shaun Field (GT VIRUS)
Australian Assetto Corsa League, Tuesday nights / Fun Run - Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 at Brands Hatch« on: June 27, 2018, 09:05:42 PM »
3 x 9 lap sprints at Brands Hatch GP, to try one of the season 23 poll choices.
Practice server is up. Tyre warmers are OFF. The tyres take a few laps to warm up - give the tyres some time!
« on: June 27, 2018, 09:01:59 PM »
Two vintage choices this time round. As usual, you can vote for as many choices as you'd like.
Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 (1974)
A beautiful, raw race car. We raced this on a Thursday night fun run, and it gave excellent close racing.
The race format would be 3 x sprints.
Race 2 in reverse groups of 4 from race 1 finish, e.g. 4,3,2,1... 8,7,6,5... 12,11,10,9... etc.
Race 3 in Race 2 finish order.
Damage restrictor applied for only car to car contacts (not environment), but not carrying over into subsequent races.
Same season format as the Porsche above.
Porsche 962 C Short Tail
Porsche 962 C Long Tail (but with 100% restrictor for parity as the long tail is lighter and more powerful)
Mercedes-Benz C9 1989 LM
Tracks (from the mid-80s IMSA GT calendar)
Daytona 24 hrs (Road course)
Sonoma Raceway (Infineon/Sears Point)
This is an endurance championship, so I'd like to go 1 hr races again with pit stops, but if people are sick of long races, can go to 2 x 30 min sprints.
Australian Assetto Corsa League, Tuesday nights / S22R7: United States Grand Prix at Watkins Glen Post Race« on: June 26, 2018, 06:28:00 PM »
Kcender87 takes the win over Phil to take out the season 22 championship trophy.
Dave O 12
Congratulations to Phil on pole and fastest race lap, and to Kcender for the win.
None - no contacts at all in the opening laps.
1. Kcender87, 249
2. Phil.8, 238
3. Matthew, 176
« on: June 12, 2018, 06:13:11 PM »
Kcender87 takes the win by 1.7 seconds over Phil to take the championship lead.
Dave O 13
Congratulations to Matthew on pole and fastest race lap, and to Kcender for the win.
There was a slight sideways contact between Freezer and ab156 when cars were 3 wide that sent AB off track – racing incident.
Tangle between Shayne and Russ in the 1st chicane – racing incident. There was another Seanus – DaveO – ab156 tangle. All of it was fairly light, slow and not reckless contacts, so no penalties.
After the chicane, RussG re-entered the track and kept drifting from right to left into the path of Seanus, spinning him into the barriers – restrictor penalty for next round for reckless re-entry causing an accident.
1. Kcender87, 204 (Kcender and Phil swap places for the lead, with nothing in it)
2. Phil.8, 200
3. Matthew, 176
« on: June 05, 2018, 11:05:02 PM »
This will be at a GzeroD mod - Monza without the 1st chicane. Not 100% historically accurate, but what the heck, more fun.
MOD DOWNLOAD - this is a mod to AC's Monza, just to remove the chicane. It doesn't alter the base AC track though. Just unzip it into your tracks folder.
38 laps. It's going to be in the Italian heat, 30 degrees.
Australian Assetto Corsa League, Tuesday nights / S22R5: Austrian Grand Prix at Österreichring Post Race« on: June 05, 2018, 06:21:56 PM »
Phil puts in a big win to regain the championship lead.
Dave O 12
Congratulations to Phil on pole and the win. ab156 takes out the fastest lap.
1. Phil.8, 162
2. Kcender87, 159
3. Matthew, 144
The ball of my right foot has been a little sore for a while, and the other night I realised the soreness was exactly where I was pressing the pedals with my foot. So I'm going to try racing with light-soled shoes instead of socks.
I've never really had any wrist, shoulder or arm issues though through racing.
What physical toll is sim racing taking on you?
« on: May 30, 2018, 08:02:12 PM »
Seanus has fixed the impact engine damage, so you will need to apply this patch to your cars: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1c57gW2312cEI77QPYG9LbVkW4d30XB-Y/view
The practice server has been updated, so check your checksums there.
« on: May 29, 2018, 06:18:24 PM »
Matthew and Kcender emerge from an intense battle to the line to take 1 and 2 on the podium with Jeremy a little way back in 3rd.
Dave O 14
Shaun Field 0
Congratulations to Matthew on pole and the win.
None. Very few contacts at all the whole race.
With Matthew and Kcender finishing 1 and 2, and previous season leader Phil finishing 4th, Matthew and Kcender are now tied for the season lead.
1. Kcender87 + Matthew, 121
2. Phil.8, 117
3. Jeremy, 96
« on: May 22, 2018, 10:54:45 PM »
The halfway point of the season takes us to the big one: The Nordschleife (Endurance Cup layout).
The 1975 grand prix was won by the Argentinian Carlos Reutemann in a Brabham.
You will need the OSRW PIT MOD.
The race will only be 7 laps (so I may have to adjust fuel and tyre wear after some testing - perhaps make them just 1x for this race). If anyone has any thoughts on pit stops in a 7 lap race, shoot. It would probably be best to not require a pit stop - but we'll have to see if tyres can last the full distance without a stop, even at 1x.
Also, I'll make all of practice a qualifying session, so we can actually get more than 1 qualifying lap in.