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1
New Members & VRC Rules / Re: Hello
« on: August 24, 2020, 07:05:21 pm »
Welcome to  VRC

2
VRC Series' sign ups / Re: VRC 2020 Fall Sunday GTE Series Sign-up
« on: August 24, 2020, 07:04:25 pm »
Nordeex - Ferrari

We race with full nae at VRC.  Please provide it so we can register you.

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VRC Series' sign ups / Re: VRC 2020 Fall Sunday GTE Series Sign-up
« on: August 24, 2020, 07:03:40 pm »
nick: vitijotazgz
class: gt3
car:aston martin

We race with full name at VRC, please provide it so we can register you.

4
VRC Series' sign ups / Re: VRC 1.6H of Imola - Multiclass
« on: August 23, 2020, 04:23:39 pm »
We have a few.missing already. Feel.free

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VRC Series' sign ups / VRC 1.6H of Imola - Multiclass
« on: August 05, 2020, 06:25:19 pm »
Fun Multiclass Race - Imola - Sunday, August 23rd, 2020
Practice starts at 5:30pm UK (12:30pm ET)



Race Details


- This race will use the Studio 397 LMP2 (Oreca), GTE (including Ferrari) and the Reiza Imola track.

- Password: tintop
  PW is only going to be on the server the day of the race.

- 96 minutes (1.6h) race. No time acceleration on this race.
- Start: Single file Formation Lap with Rolling Start
- If you get disconnected, race re-join is activated.
- Track condition: User Saved Preset. Track rubber will depend on number of drivers on track over the course of the practice week.
- Weather: Dry.

- Allowed assists: Only Auto-Clutch.  Drivers may change Traction Control under setup options.

- Please read: VRC Rules and Regulations


Race day Schedule

- Practice start (45 Mins) 5:30pm UK  (12:30pm ET) - Open session
- Qualifying start (20 Mins) 6:15pm UK (1:15pm ET) - 10 mins P2 - 10 mins GTE - Open session
- Warm Up start (5 Mins) 6:35pm UK (1:35pm ET) - Open session
- Race start (96 Mins) 6:40pm (1:40pm ET) - Closed session


Discord Server info:

https://discord.gg/CN5pzq2


Please announce in this post your intention to race.  We have two classes, select either a LMP2 or GTE car. Even though it is a fun race we are requesting registration so we can balance the two classes.

Registrants must use their real name.  On the race server real names are enforced, but since Steam does not mandate real names be used it is difficult to enforce the use of a real name on the server in all cases.

We are excited to host this race and look forward to seeing you on track.


Sign up list
We will have a maximum of 36 drivers to make sure we do not have server issues.

P2 Class is full
LMP2
1.   Juan Amaya
2.   David Nichols
3.   Jacob Pegg
4.   Ernest Dela Cruz
5.   Juan Nicola
6.   Ryan Nash
7.   Brandon Warren
8.   Ryan Walker
9.   Andrew Hollom
10. Robert Johnsson
11. John Cook
12. Simon Jones
13. Sebastian Lukasik
14. Marco A. Rodriguez
15. Emilio Castro Balea
16. Victor Jimenez
17. Gary Monreal
18. Juan Angel Perez

GTE Class is full
GTE
1.   Jimi Nisula
2.   Tom Kapusta
3.   Liam Rance
4.   Ian Peiffer
5.   Stuart Simmonds
6.   David Ulfhielm
7.   Phil Redman
8.   Chris Vacca
9.   Cameron Sansano
10. George Makridis
11. Gerry Sweetland
12. Cristian Muscala
13. Andrei Muscala
14. Stan Votypka
15. Luke Hollom
16. Nick Moura
17. Brandon Gant
18. Farouq Thalib


Waiting list
1.   Rickard Norgren
2.   Rickard Nilsson
3.   
4.   
5.   

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New Members & VRC Rules / VRC Rules and Regulations
« on: July 29, 2020, 02:24:49 pm »
VRC Charter:

#1- to provide clean racing for the members.
#2- to provide a good quality permanent server for great racing events
#3- to develop and grow a high quality community and develop relationships between members.

In order to achieve these goals it is important to race as a community. This means cleanly and considering members as a whole. Clean passing is difficult and takes many laps to set up. Working cooperatively when lapping or being lapped, being prepared for the races and providing room for others to race are very important. It's important to consider running a defending line vs. blocking line and avoid blocking. Sometimes you have to follow a slower driver for several laps before you set that driver up for a pass. Be patient and always race CLEAN above all else. These are essential points to developing this community and achieving these goals.

It’s all about FUN!!!!


Rules and regulations:

1. General Rules
1.1 Be a gentleman: treat each other like you would expect to be treated

1.2 Rules are league rules, follow them in everything (penalties, pit stops, pit lane speed etc).

1.3 If you hit a driver resulting in a spin, crash or if the driver goes off track, be a sportsman: wait for him in a safe position, and give the driver his place back.

1.4 Cutting rules are simulator cutting rules. When you receive a cut warning it means you are out of the track, and gaining advantage. If you go off the track please slow down and rejoin with proper caution. You must keep two wheels on the track at all times. Curbs are a part of the track.

1.5 Pressing ESC is allowed. After a spin or crash, wait to be completely alone and move the car off the racing surface if possible. Once the car is stopped in a safe place, you can press ESC.

1.6 Race with common sense in all the sessions (practice, qualify, warm-up and race). Don't hold up, or block unnecessarily during pre-race sessions.

1.7 After the start of the race be very cautious in lap 1. This is the hardest part of the race, and can ruin your race before it has even started.

1.8 Always use your mirrors.

1.10 Pitting on the final lap- The finish line is defined (when a driver pits on the final lap only) as the pit exit line.

1.11 Drivers must have a stable internet connection. VRC is not responsible for drivers who are not able to sustain a connection to the server. Drivers must maintain a maximum ping of 150 (as viewed on the race server). Drivers that are above 150 will be asked to leave the server.

1.12 Admin Team reserves the right to change the rules at any time.



2. Car Selection:
Championship car selection: When a driver signs up for the championship, he/she shall choose a car.  Drivers will be allowed to switch to another car without penalty only once during a championship. Switching to a different car for a second time shall impose a 5 point driver's championship penalty. Changing cars can only be done 2 times maximum.



3. Championship Points:
Our points series' points system is as follows:

Finishing Position
P1.   26
P2.   23
P3.   21
P4.   19
P5.   17
P6.   15
P7.   14
P8.   13
P9.   12
P10. 11
P11. 10
P12.   9
P13.   8
P14.   7
P15.   6
P16.   5
P17.   4
P18.   3
P19.   2
P20.   1

Additional Points

2 points for the pole
1 point for starting a race
1 point for finishing race while completing at least 75% of leader laps.


4. Race Starts / Restarts:
All races will have a formation lap and a rolling start

4.1 Formation Lap:
Race will start with a formation lap under speed limiter.

The race will be listed as a standing start. The formation lap will be conducted as the race timer is running. If you are using Crew Chief you will likely hear him say "Go, Go, Go" at the start of the formation lap. Drivers will hear and see the red lights and horns counting down to the start of the race as we all sit on the grid. At the sound of the start we will then begin the formation lap.

It is your responsibility to know exactly who you need to follow. The driver to follow will be the one who finished ahead of you during qualifying. If you are on the right side of the track, it would be the driver ahead on your left side.  If you are on the left side of the track, it would be the driver ahead on your right side.

At the start of the formation lap YOU MUST WAIT for the cars ahead of you to move before YOU move.

During the formation lap drivers are expected to maintain a smooth pace under the speed limiter (80kmh / 50mph or the speed limiter specific for the track).

The field must follow in SINGLE FILE, start blending in after the start of the formation lap.

Drivers shall maintain a safe but reasonable distance to other drivers, following the order based on starting position. Make sure to close the gap with the driver ahead of you.  It is allowed to turn off the speed limiter momentarily to close the gap.

Weaving to warm up tyres is NOT allowed.

Hard braking and accelerating is NOT allowed. This causes an accordion effect throughout the field and could lead to accidents.

Drivers shall not perform burnouts to warm up their tires. This leads to accidents and does not significantly heat up the tires.

Drivers should always be prepared for the accordion effect, especially approaching any tight corners.

Drivers who spin, or drop out of place in line, during the formation lap MUST NOT attempt to pass other cars in order to regain their place. The driver should safely blend into formation lap traffic or wait for the field to go past before rejoining track. Again, DO NOT attempt to make your way through the grid to your assigned starting spot.


4.2 Race Starts:
Drivers to be under speed limiter until they reach the Start/Finish line.  Race starts for each driver once he/she crosses the Start/Finish line. At that point each driver can turn off the speed limiter and accelerate, not before that. Drivers releasing the speed limiter and accelerating before crossing the Start/Finish line will be subject to penalties.

Note: Drivers can not pass a driver before the start / finish line.

Note: The start of the race is the most likely place and time for incidents to occur. Races are not won on the first lap. There is a higher probability of ruining other drivers race by taking unnecessary risks on the first lap, so don’t do it!

Admins will review the formation lap and lap1 and will issue warnings / penalties if rules are not followed


4.3 Restarts - Red Flag:
No restarts will take place due to accidents/incidents during the race. A restart will only be considered if there is a server/connection issue.

Red Flagging a race:  If there is a server issue or a connection issue that results in the race being cut off early, either a restart (if within the first half of the race and the connection comes back) or a red flag (no points before half race time or half points if after half race time) shall be called.

Check Discord / forums for updates should this occur.  Give it a few minutes to see if the issue is resolved.  Discord is the best way to get information.


5. Pit Stops:
There is a mandatory pit stop during the race. Minimum 2 tires must be changed. Pit stop during formation lap does not count as a mandatory race pit stop. Drivers must do a pit stop during the race.

Penalty: A driver failing to do a proper pit stop will be penalized by being Disqualified from the race.


6. Flags:
Respect the in-game rules, all flags should be respected, and followed.   Blue flags shall be shown but not penalized.  If you are being overtaken and are off pace and not in a battle of your own, slow down and let the other car pass.  If you are in a battle it is up to the other car to make a SAFE, EFFECTIVE, and DECISIVE pass.


7. Chat:
No chat is permitted in qualifying or race, arguments can be settled after the race. In-race chatting and non-pertinent Discord comms will be punishable by post-race penalties.  If you want to communicate you can use Discord, but in Qualifying and Race this limited to comms pertaining to safety or server bug issues.

Penalty: The driver will be penalized by a loss of 1 point in the Championship series for each infraction of this rule.


8. Releasing Speed Limiter/Accelerating before S/F line:
If a driver releases the speed limiter and accelerates before crossing the Start/Finish line the driver will be subject to a penalty. 

Penalty: The driver will be penalized by a loss of 2 points in the Championship series.


9. Blocking
The failure of a driver to use mirrors to acknowledge the presence of other competitors, yield to lapping competitors, or alter the racing line more than once based on the actions of pursuing competitors is not allowed.

The alteration of a racing line based on the actions of pursuing competitors, or the use of an abnormal racing line to inhibit or prevent passing is not allowed. When someone is trying to overtake you on a straight, you are allowed to change lines only once. Swerving causes dangerous situations, and most of the time results in crashes.

Corners, as well as, the approach and exit zones thereof, may be negotiated by the drivers in any way they wish, within the limits of the track. Blocking, according to these circumstances, may be done.

Penalty: The driver will be penalized by a loss of 3 points in the Championship series for each infraction of this rule.


10. Corner Rights:
A driver must establish substantial overlap with the car ahead before a corner's braking point. For fast turns, where we do not necessarily have a braking point but a "throttle lifting" point, then the overlap must take place before the corner's turn in point.
Substantial overlap means at least that the front of the car overtaking is up to the driver's position of the car being overtaken. The ahead driver has every right to be fully committed to the racing line of his choice without any interference if there was no overlap before the braking or turn in point.

If a driver is on the inside and has established substantial overlap going into the corner, give them room as it is their corner, follow them, be faster than them, and overtake them in a clean move. Then you are clean, otherwise it will be considered a dirty move and the other driver probably (and unfairly) may be taken out of the race if there is a crash. Always give enough room to drivers around you.

Note:We know this is racing and that drivers need to attempt passing others, and that normally takes place going into a corner at the end of straights. Just make sure you understand that if you try to out-brake someone going into a corner and that results in an accident then most likely you will receive a penalty.

Penalty: If the driver of the overtaking car does not have substantial overlap and causes an accident that driver will be penalized by a loss of 4 points in the Championship series for each infraction of this rule.

Penalty: If the driver of the overtaking car does have substantial overlap and the driver of the car being overtaken comes down on the overtaking car and causes an accident that driver will be penalized by a loss of 4 points in the Championship series for each infraction of this rule.


11. Hit from Front/ Behind / Side:
Any driver that hits another driver from front / behind/side, that was not himself hit from behind/side and causes that driver to lose control, go off track, or end his race.

Penalty: The driver will be penalized by a loss of 4 points in the Championship series for each infraction of this rule.


12. Off Track:
Any car that has all four tires off the track must rejoin the track in a safe manner, with car under control and yield the racing line to all visible traffic in front of or behind the car. The car must not alter any drivers racing line while re-entering the track.

Never go off track when attempting an overtake. A car in front of you is not required to move over just because you run out of space. So when overtaking, choose a line where you have space, without the car in front of you having to move out of the way.

It is the responsibility of the overtaking car to make the pass in a safe manner. The overtaking driver should not place any portion of their car on the grass, gravel, or other surface not intended as the race surface to make a pass, except in avoidance of a spin or crash.

Penalty: The driver will be penalized by a loss of 3 points in the Championship series for an off track infraction. The driver will be penalized by a loss of 4 points in the Championship series if you cause an accident during an off track infraction.


13. Spins:
If a driver spins while on track, he/she should immediately lock their brakes until completely stopped, (even if still on the track), and hold brakes on until he/she can assess the situation (wait for a clear opening on track to continue the race). When a driver doesn’t lock his/her brakes, the car is prone to spin or roll in a far more unpredictable way and likely cause an accident. A driver involved in an incident while spinning on track and not locking their brakes completely will be held responsible for that incident.

If the car is completely off the track, the driver is allowed to correct the car as long as the car does not enter the track during the correction. The car must not alter any drivers racing line while re-entering the track.

Penalty: The driver will be penalized by a loss of 4 points in the Championship series if causes an accident.


14. Failure to brake / slow down:
If a driver approaching an incident fails to slow down and as a result either adds to the existing incident or become involved in an additional incident will be penalized.

Penalty: The driver will be penalized by a loss of 4 points in the Championship series if causes an accident.


15. Unpredictable Behaviour:
Drivers who demonstrate unpredictable behaviour may be subject to penalty. Examples of unpredictability are:
A driver suddenly changing lanes, to block a pass,  ‘to get out of the way’ for lapping cars or when the blue flag appears. Drivers must hold a predictable line and pace until the pass is initiated by the passing / lapping car, then they must hold their current lane.

A driver braking early into a corner. Drivers are normally planning to follow and has nowhere to go when a driver brakes early or suddenly.

Not accelerating at a normal race pace out of a corner. Lifting off the throttle is equal to applying the brakes but without the benefit of brake lights as a warning. The following car has nowhere to go.

Penalty: The driver will be penalized by a loss of 4 points in the Championship series if causes an accident.


16. Causing a Caution Period:
If you cause a yellow flag AND the safety car comes on track, you must pit to have damage checked.  If there is no damage, your car may leave the pit box with no work having been done.  Failure to do so will result in a penalty. 

Penalty: The driver will be penalized by a loss of 3 points in the Championship series.


17. Protest:
The admins will review formation lap and lap 1 looking for incidents/infractions. The admins may review incidents they see on their walk-through of the replay. This is not a comprehensive review of all the incidents and it is up to the individual drivers to report any rule violations.

Report incidents to the admins and we will work together to resolve the problem. A formal complaint can be made through a PM to any of the race Stewards  (Tig_Green / Juan AmayaPhil Redman / Simon Jones / Tom Kapusta)
Please include the lap race, persons involved, and specific incident in question so the stewards can more easily review the replay and assess penalties as appropriate. Reviewing or commenting incidents in public is not allowed. Request to review an incident must be made within 24 hours from the end of the race.


18. Penalties:
As we don't have live stewards, penalties will be assessed after the race on a case by case basis. Penalties will be based on point deductions, but serious offenses and/or repeat offenders, could face further penalties, including warnings, Not allowed to qualify next race,  Drive Through, Stop/Go, exclusion from results (DQ), exclusion from next race, banning from future races, or expulsion from the league.

Lap 1 will be reviewed by The Admin Team. If incidents occur in the first lap drivers found to be in violation of the established rules will receive penalties. This is compounded by the fact that first lap incidents receive extra points deduction on top of the established points deduction for the rules violation.[/b]

Note 1: Any incidents that occur in the first and last lap will have up to 2 additional points deduction for each of the penalties incurred.

Note 2: If a driver can not continue the race because of an incident you caused, you will be penalized by a loss of an additional 3 points in the Championship series for each incident.

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VRC Series' sign ups / VRC 2020 Fall Sunday GTE Series Sign-up
« on: July 28, 2020, 11:10:24 pm »



General
VRC is proud to announce the VRC 2020 Fall GTE Series.

The series will use the Studio 397 GTE Endurance, Two Strong pack (or Aston Martin GTE) and Ferrari 488 GTE These can be purchased here:

GTE Endurance Pack
Two Strong Pack
Ferrari GTE

This series will consist of 1 Pre-Season Race and 10 Points races. 8 out of 10 races will count towards series points so you can have a couple off weeks if life surprises.

Race Weekend will start at 5:30pm UK  (12:30pm ET) on Sunday. Races will be 60 minutes in length. We will have a formation Lap with Rolling Start.  Each driver is required to perform a mandatory pit stop, taking on a minimum of 2 tires. The driver may choose when this pit stop happens. Penalty stops do not count as a pit stop.

Allowed assists will be Auto Clutch only. Drivers may change Traction Control and boost under setup options.

The calendar, results and standings can be found on the VRC web site found here: VRC

Discussion for this series will be done in Discord:
Join VRC Discord Channel


Rules
VRC Rules and regulations will be enforced. Please read them. Rules are subject to change at the discretion of VRC Administration.


Points
The top 20 drivers will get points.  It is as follows:
26, 23, 21, 19, 17, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

2 points for the pole
1 point for starting a race
1 point for finishing race while completing at least 75% of leader laps.


Registration Instructions
In order to ensure the safe and consistent racing our members have come to expect, registration for the series will be mandatory.

Please announce in this post your intent to race in this series and which vehicle you will be driving. Your name will be added to the registrants list and you will then be considered "registered" for the series. You need only register once for the entire series.  There is no minimum amount of races you need to participate in if you sign up, but we would like to know if you can only do few races.

Registrants must use their real name.  On the race server real names are enforced.   Here are the instructions to change your name in rF2

We are excited to host this series and look forward to seeing you on track.

VRC Admin Team

Full time registration closed.  You can apply to be in the waiting list
Sign up list

1.   Juan Amaya - Aston Martin
2.   Phil Redman - Aston Martin
3.   Luis Fernando - Aston Martin
4.   Andrei Muscala - Ferrari
5.   Cristian Muscala - Ferrari
6.   Stuart Simmonds - Porsche
7.   Andrew Hollom, Corvette
8.   Hamza Rafi - TBD
9.   Joris Wouters - Aston Martin
10. Luke Hollom - Ferrari
11. Mark Best - Ferrari
12. Cameron Sansano - Ferrari
13. Rui Rodrigues - Aston Martin
14. Tom Lebeuf - Ferrari
15. Tom Kapusta - Ferrari
16. John Cook - Ferrari
17. Chris Vacca - Porsche
18. David Ulfhielm - Porsche
19. George Makridis  - Ferrari
20. Javier Conti - TBD
21. David Nichols - Porsche
22. Nick Moura - Porsche
23. Gio Nuvoli - Porsche
24. Matt Palla - Ferrari
25. Simon Jones- Ferrari
26. Jacob Pegg - TBD
27. Sebastian Lukasik - Corvette
28. Rafael Sampaio - TBD
29. Jimi Nisula - Ferrari
30. Pauli Ahonen - Aston Martin
31. Robert Johnsson - Porsche
32. Brandon Gant - Corvette
33. Gerry Sweetland - Ferrari
34. Lee Thornton - Aston Martin
35. Stan Votypka - BMW
36. Claudio Souza- Aston Martin
37. Yeray Rodríguez - Porsche
38. José María Torres - Ferrari
39. Farouq Thalib - Ferrari
40. Victor Jimenez - Aston Martin
41. Dane Van Pelt - TBD
42. Michael Kral - Corvette

Full time registration closed.  You can apply to be in the waiting list

Waiting List:
Drivers in the waiting list are able to race in every race where we don't exceed an amount we feel is safe for the server/clean racing and/or don't exceed the number of pitboxes. That number is usually around 30.

Note that we have rarely exceeded that number. In the latest series our average attendance was 24.

1. Ernest Dela Cruz - Porsche
2. César Martínez - TBD
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 


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I am on a business trip again, so my spot for LMP2 is free again.

12. Julian Rehbein --> Brandon Warren (as he is 1st on waiting list)

That is too bad Julian.  Thank you for letting us know.

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New Members & VRC Rules / Re: Hey All
« on: July 10, 2020, 01:28:47 pm »
Hi Ryan, welcome to VRC.  Nice to have  you here.  For now we have a multiclass race August 2nd and we will start our Fall Series late August ( no registration available for that yet).

Cheers, Juan

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Sunday, August 2nd, 2020
Practice starts at 5:30pm UK (12:30pm ET)



Race Details


- This race will use the Studio 397 LMP2 (Oreca), GTE (including Ferrari) and Silverstone newly released track.

- Password: tintop
  PW is only going to be on the server the day of the race.

- 96 minutes (1.6h) race. The server will have time accelerated to 15x to simulate a 24h cycle.
- Start: Single file Formation Lap with Rolling Start
- If you get disconnected, race re-join is activated.
- Track condition: User Saved Preset. Track rubber will depend on number of drivers on track over the course of the practice week.
- Weather: Dry.

- Allowed assists: Only Auto-Clutch.  Drivers may change Traction Control under setup options.

- Please read: VRC Rules and Regulations


Race day Schedule

- Practice start (45 Mins) 5:30pm UK  (12:30pm ET) - Open session
- Qualifying start (15 Mins) 6:15pm UK (1:15pm ET) - Open session
- Warm Up start (5 Mins) 6:30pm UK (1:30pm ET) - Open session
- Race start (96 Mins) 6:35pm (1:35pm ET) - Closed session


Discord Server info:

https://discord.gg/CN5pzq2


Please announce in this post your intention to race.  We have two classes, select either a LMP2 or GTE car.

Registrants must use their real name.  On the race server real names are enforced, but since Steam does not mandate real names be used it is difficult to enforce the use of a real name on the server in all cases.

We are excited to host this race and look forward to seeing you on track.

REGISTRATION CLOSED
Sign up list
We will have a maximum of 34 drivers to make sure we do not have server issues.

LMP2
1.   Juan Amaya
2.   Matt Palla
3.   César Martínez
4.   David Nichols
5.   Marco A Rodriguez
6.   Rickard Norgren
7.   Andrew Hollom
8.   Rickard Nilsson
9.   Sebastian Lukasik
10. Joris Wouters
11. Simon Jones
12. Jacob Pegg
13. Tom Lebeuf
14. Regimantas Milius
15. Ernest Dela Cruz
16. John Cook
17. Juan Nicola
18. Ryan Nash
19. Brandon Warren

GTE
1.   Jimi Nisula
2.   Tom Kapusta
3.   Chris Vacca
4.   Gerry Sweetland
5.   David Ulfhielm
6.   Stuart Simmonds
7.   Luke Hollom
8.   Liam Rance
9.   Cristian Muscala
10. Farouq Thalib
11. Rui Rodrigues
12. Stan Votypka
13. Phil Redman
14. Andrei Muscala
15. Pauli Ahonen
16. Gio Nuvoli


Waiting list
1.   
2.   
3.   
4.   
5.   

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New Members & VRC Rules / Re: hello all
« on: June 15, 2020, 05:28:22 pm »
Hi Jorge and Marco, welcome to VRC.  A lot of very good drivers of different speed level.  I am sure you will enjoy the races.

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New Members & VRC Rules / Re: Hello
« on: May 19, 2020, 03:54:03 pm »
Hello Rino , welcome to the league.

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VRC Series' sign ups / Re: VRC 2020 Spring Sunday GTE Series Sign Up
« on: April 02, 2020, 05:09:58 pm »
Adam Baldwin - Porka

Hey Adam, long time no talk.  Nice to see you joining.

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VRC Series' sign ups / Re: VRC 2020 Spring Sunday GTE Series Sign Up
« on: April 01, 2020, 04:37:26 am »
I’m in
Porsche probably but I may try something else

Welcome back Gerry...  :) :)

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VRC Series' sign ups / VRC 2020 Spring Sunday GTE Series Sign Up
« on: March 31, 2020, 03:18:48 pm »



General
VRC is proud to announce the VRC Spring 2020 GTE Series.

The series will use the Studio 397 GTE Endurance and Two Strong pack (or Aston Martin GTE). These can be purchased here:

GTE Endurance Pack
Two Strong Pack


This series will consist of 1 Pre-Season Race and 10 Points races. 8 out of 10 races will count towards series points so you can have a couple off weeks if life surprises.

Race Weekend will start at 5:30pm UK  (12:30pm ET) on Sunday. Races will be 60 minutes in length. We will have a formation Lap with Rolling Start.  Each driver is required to perform a mandatory pit stop, taking on a minimum of 2 tires. The driver may choose when this pit stop happens. Penalty stops do not count as a pit stop.

Allowed assists will be Auto Clutch only. Drivers may change Traction Control and boost under setup options.

The calendar, results and standings can be found on the VRC web site found here: VRC

Discussion for this series will be done here in the forum and Discord:
http://vrc.createaforum.com/vrc-business/vrc-2020-spring-sunday-gte-series-information/   
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Rules
VRC Rules and regulations will be enforced. Please read them. Rules are subject to change at the discretion of VRC Administration.


Points
The top 20 drivers will get points.  It is as follows:
26, 23, 21, 19, 17, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

2 points for the pole
1 point for starting a race
1 point for finishing race while completing at least 75% of leader laps.


Registration Instructions
In order to ensure the safe and consistent racing our members have come to expect, registration for the series will be mandatory.

Please announce in this post your intent to race in this series and which vehicle you will be driving. Your name will be added to the registrants list and you will then be considered "registered" for the series. You need only register once for the entire series.  There is no minimum amount of races you need to participate in if you sign up, but we would like to know if you can only do few races.

Registrants must use their real name.  On the race server real names are enforced.   Here are the instructions to change your name in rF2

We are excited to host this series and look forward to seeing you on track.

VRC Admin Team


Sign up list

1.   Juan Amaya - BMW
2.   Matt Palla - BMW
3.   Ernest Dela Cruz - Porsche
4.   Andrei Muscala - Porsche
5.   Hamza Rafi - ?
6.   Joris Wouters - ?
7.   Luke Hollom - Porsche
8.   Cristian Muscala - Porsche
9.   Stuart Simmonds - Porsche
10. Andrew Hollom - BMW
11. Erik Czakói - Aston Martin
12. Mark Best - Porsche
13. Paulo Rodrigues - BMW
14. Tom Kapusta - Corvette
15. Cameron Sansano - Corvette
16. Tom Nasella - Porsche
17. Gerry Sweetland - Porsche
18. Mada Andhika - Aston Martin
19. Phil Redman - Porsche
20. Daniel Merchant - Porsche
21. Daniel Ball - Porsche
22. Adam Baldwin - Porsche
23. David Hart - Corvette
24. Tom Chassing - Porsche
25. Sebastian Lukasik - Corvette
26. Simon Jones - ?
27. Sylvain Trepanier - Porsche
28. Farouq Thalib - Porsche
29. Roman Moravcik - ?
30. Rick Adams - Corvette
31. John Cook - Aston Martin
32. Henrik Biehler - Porsche
33. Stephen Nuttall - Porsche
34. Stan Votypka -  BMW
35. David Nichols - Porsche
36. Pauli Ahonen - Aston Martin
37. Rickard Norgren - BMW
38. Jimi Nisula - Corvette
39. Robert Johnsson - BMW
40. Jacob Pegg - Corvette
41. David Ulfhielm - BMW
42. César Martínez - BMW
43. Tom Lebeuf - Aston Martin
44. Andrea Arena - Porsche
45. Stephen Gibb - BMW
46. Chris Vacca - Porsche
47. Rino Di Lauro - BMW
48. Ian Peiffer - Porsche
49. Marco A. Rodriguez - BMW
50. Jorge Lopez - Porsche
51. Rui Rodrigues - BMW
Registration Closed

Waiting List:
Drivers in the waiting list are able to race in every race where we don't exceed an amount we feel is safe for the server/clean racing and/or don't exceed the number of pitboxes. That number is usually around 30.

Note that we have rarely exceeded that number. In the latest series our average attendance was 20+.

1. Bontank Smith - BMW
2. Rafael Sampaio - Porsche
3. Pete Delavan - Corvette
4. Per Oqvist - BMW
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