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Sounds pretty good, I've been using the SLS GT3 lately and it's a pretty fun car to drive. Having a whole series based on those cars will be ace, count me in.
 
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Germany
I made a list of all Cars and their highest power when tuned. 864 is the lowest so we should find a sweet spot between 860 and 870 I guess.


AudiR8 LMS Ultra ---- 872

Bentley Continential GT3 ---- 865

BMW Z4 GTLM ---- 881

Corvette Racing C7R ---- 876

Dodge Viper ---- 878

Ferrari F458

#62(2011) ---- 885
#62(2014) ---- 891
#51 ---- 891

Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo ---- 883

Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo ---- 887

Maserati MC Trofeo ---- 864

McLaren MP4-12C

#98 & #60 ----- 877
#59 ----- 897

Mercedes SLS AMG

#84 ----- 873
#35 ----- 865

Porsche 911 GT3 ---- 901

SRT Viper ----- 897
 

HighSeasHoMastr

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From this thread:
I haven't done the older 12C or the 458 GTC/GTD. If anyone wants me to I can, but I kind of forgot they were actually different cars...

Anyways, here we go:
  1. BMW M3 GT2
    1. Race Brakes
    2. Race Driveline
    3. 345mm Rear Tires
  2. Porsche 911 GT3 RSR
    1. No Restrictor Plate
    2. Race Brakes
    3. Race Driveline
    4. 315mm Front Tires
    5. 335mm Rear Tires
  3. Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3
    1. Remove Restrictors
    2. Race Brakes
    3. 330mm Front Tires
    4. 345mm Rear Tires
  4. Ferrari 458 Italia GTLM
    1. No Restrictor Plate
    2. Race Brakes
    3. 335mm Front Tires
    4. 345mm Rear Tires
  5. BMW Z4 GTE
    1. No Restrictor Plate
    2. Race Brakes
    3. 355mm Front Tires
    4. 375mm Rear Tires
  6. Chevrolet Corvette C7.R
    1. No Restrictor Plate
    2. Race Brakes
    3. Race Driveline
    4. 325mm Front Tires
    5. 345mm Rear Tires
  7. Aston Martin DBR9
    1. 355mm Rear Tires
    2. 18-inch Momo Rush wheels (or same weight)
  8. McLaren 12C GT3
    1. No Restrictor Plate
    2. Race Brakes
    3. 330mm Front Tires
    4. 350mm Rear Tires
  9. Bentley Continental GT3
    1. Remove Restrictors
    2. Race Brakes
    3. 335mm Front Tires
    4. 345mm Rear Tires
  10. Nissan NISMO MOTUL AUTECH GTR
    1. 310mm Front Tires
    2. 325mm Rear Tires
    3. 18-inch Tenzo DC-6 V1 wheels (or same weight)
  11. Lamborghini Huracan ST
    1. Race Ignition
    2. Race Valves
    3. Rave Brakes
    4. Race Driveline
    5. 335mm Front Tires
    6. 345mm Rear Tires
  12. Dodge Viper GTS-R
    1. Remove Restrictors
    2. Race Brakes
    3. 18-inch Momo Rush wheels (or same weight)
  13. Audi R8 LMS ultra
    1. Race Intake
    2. Race Intake Manifold/Throttle Body
    3. Race Camshaft
    4. Sport Valves
    5. Race Engine Block
    6. Remove Restrictors
    7. Race Brakes
    8. Race Driveline
    9. 315mm Front Tires
    10. 345mm Rear Tires
  14. Lamborghini Gallardo ST
    1. Race Intake
    2. Race Intake Manifold/Throttle Body
    3. Race Ignition
    4. Race Engine Block
    5. Race Pistons
    6. Race Brakes
    7. Sport Driveline
    8. 305mm Front Tires
    9. 335mm Rear Tires
  15. Maserati MC Trofeo
    1. Fully Upgraded except for Oil & Cooling (stock)
So I spent a few hours testing tonight with the modern GT car, and my suspicion that they were all fairly close at R865 was correct.

I lapped all of them at Yas Marina, which does slightly favor top speed, but here's the results:
Huracan 2:12.169
RSR 2:12.207 (2:11.996)
458 GTLM 2:12.426
Z4 GTE 2:12.194
C7.R 2:12.341
DBR9 2:12.227
12C GT3 2:12.441
Continental GT3 2:12.674
R35 GTR 2:12.418
Viper GTS-R 2:12.376
R8 LMS 2:12.323
Gallardo ST 2:12.229
SLS AMG GT3 2:12.079
M3 GT2 2:12.061

The RSR time in parentheses was uncertified because of an off around the marina on the previous lap. I tried to replicate it certified and got too frustrated, so I gave up. Had a flyer that lap or something.

Either way, the SLS, M3, Continental, and Huracan are all faster on the straights than the other cars (not a lot, but enough to notice) but in general it seems everything is fairly even, af least enough so that it would come down to the driver on the day as much as anything else.

The Continental is wierd to drive. I could probably shave some time there but couldn't be assed.
There's more discussion of builds in that thread also, plus some talk of what times were best for everyone. Take a look.

I'd definitely be interested in this series depending on when it runs though!
 
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Yes I'd love to see this Series kick off. Anyone willing to help me with the Series. I still need to add a bunch to the 1st Page.
 
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Germany
1. Long Beach
2. Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
3. Sebring Full
4. Circuit of the Americas Full
5. Silverstone Full
6. Bathurst
7. Circuit De Catalunya
8. Le Mans
9. Yas Marina Full
10. Nurburgring

I think that Spa should definitely be in this as well as Brands Hatch.
My Order


1. Daytona (Night)
2. Long Beach GP
3. Bathurst
4. Road Atlanta GP
5. Brands Hatch GP
6. Le Mans
7. Nürburgring Nordschleife + GP
8. Spa
9. Monza
10. Yas Marina Night Full
 
12
United States
United States
I made a list of all Cars and their highest power when tuned. 864 is the lowest so we should find a sweet spot between 860 and 870 I guess.


AudiR8 LMS Ultra ---- 872

Bentley Continential GT3 ---- 865

BMW Z4 GTLM ---- 881

Corvette Racing C7R ---- 876

Dodge Viper ---- 878

Ferrari F458

#62(2011) ---- 885
#62(2014) ---- 891
#51 ---- 891

Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo ---- 883

Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo ---- 887

Maserati MC Trofeo ---- 864

McLaren MP4-12C

#98 & #60 ----- 877
#59 ----- 897

Mercedes SLS AMG

#84 ----- 873
#35 ----- 865

Porsche 911 GT3 ---- 901

SRT Viper ----- 897

I went over the Car Builds. I still need a few more to be Organized. Check them out on the 1st Page.

Porsche DLC i don't have. I would need a few guys to help with Testing.
Nissan GT-R LM Nismo needs to be Tested
SRT Viper needs to be Tested.
 
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United Kingdom
lukas2121
Driving Assists:

Suggested Line: On
Braking: ABS On
Steering: Normal
Traction Control: On
Stability Control: Off
Shifting: You Decide
Damage: Simulation
Fuel: Simulation
Tire Wear: Simulation

Just to clear things up, where it says for example "Braking: ABS On" is this just the easiest allowed setting? So if we choose to we can still use ABS off?

Sounds good to me though, XBL gamertag is in sig.
 
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United States
United States
Just to clear things up, where it says for example "Braking: ABS On" is this just the easiest allowed setting? So if we choose to we can still use ABS off?

Sounds good to me though, XBL gamertag is in sig.

Yes, I Updated the 1st Page. I actually forgot to Add that..
 
2,602
Italy
Italy
Yellohead
Clydeyellow
I am interested, but if I could give one suggestion, that'd be to ditch Le Mans Full (which would essentially be an automatic victory for the car with the highest top speed) and add in any other European circuit (my preference would be for Monza or Brands Hatch).

Also, I'm not sure about the GT-R LM. Isn't it a P-class car?

BTW, my GT is ClydeYellow.
 

AudiMan2011

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Quattro Saltire
As much as I would want to join, I'm putting all racing plans on indefinite hold, coupled with hectic scheduling so I can't commit to any series on any platform yet.
 
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United States
United States
Definitely interested, problem is my schedule is very chaotic.

The Series wouldn't start for some Time. Still need to get Sign Ups. After the Sign ups, Qualifying needs to take place. It's at least a few Months away..

As much as I would want to join, I'm putting all racing plans on indefinite hold, coupled with hectic scheduling so I can't commit to any series on any platform yet.

Same as i replied to the above Post.. Keep the Series in mind and get back to me.
 
3,030
United States
New Jersey
durWINNING
Noob Saibot 007
Well I thought about it, and I would be interested, as long as I can be thrown into the Amateur bracket. I'm not the best racer and I know that I would lose horribly if I went up against someone like Lukas.

Also I'll say something else, if I'm cautious in the first turn (as in overly cautious), it's because I get worried that I would be ran off the course or (even worse), I'd accidentally run someone else off the course.

But anyway, sign me up.
 
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United States
United States
Well I thought about it, and I would be interested, as long as I can be thrown into the Amateur bracket. I'm not the best racer and I know that I would lose horribly if I went up against someone like Lukas.

Also I'll say something else, if I'm cautious in the first turn (as in overly cautious), it's because I get worried that I would be ran off the course or (even worse), I'd accidentally run someone else off the course.

But anyway, sign me up.


I'm not the fastest neither. You will need to Qualify, to be placed in the right Division. It wouldn't be fair to the other Drivers. Give it your all. No Sandbagging neither. Sandbagging will get you kicked from the Series. No 2nd chances
 
3,030
United States
New Jersey
durWINNING
Noob Saibot 007
I'm not the fastest neither. You will need to Qualify, to be placed in the right Division. It wouldn't be fair to the other Drivers. Give it your all. No Sandbagging neither. Sandbagging will get you kicked from the Series. No 2nd chances
Fair enough. I'll do the best I can to the best of my abilities.
 
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Philippines
Philippines
GBalao888
GBalao888
I would want to join this, but money for a longer Xbox Live Gold membership is wired tight and I'm still pretty busy with school as well.