ARL Open Wheel Championship - cfawesome Wins Championship!!

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ARL will be hosting a monthly open wheel series starting April 13th. The season will consist of 6 races.

We will be running two 1/2 hour races each night. The 1st race will be in the SF19 and the 2nd race will be in the Mercedes F1.

Race lobby will open at 9:30pm EST and Qualifying will begin at 9:45pm EST. The first race of the evening will begin at approximately 10:00pm EST.

SF19 639hp / 1658lbs
Mercedes F1 Stock hp / Stock lbs
  • Tire wear X7
  • Fuel consumption X3
  • Light Damage
  • Shortcut penalty weak
  • All driving aids disabled except ABS and TCS
  • Only Tuning allowed is brake ballast
  • Tire compounds RS RM with a mandatory compound change during the race
  • Grid start with false start check
  • It will basically consist of 1 out lap, 1 hot lap, and 1 cool down lap.

    How it will work:

    All drivers will wait in their vehicle in the pits.
    The first driver will exit the pits to start their out lap.
    Once the first driver crosses the first or second sector line (depending on circuit) to start their out lap the next driver will exit the pits to start their out lap
    After the second driver crosses the first or second sector line (depending on circuit) to start their out lap the next driver will exit the pits to start their out lap
    this will continue until all drivers have exited the pits to start qualifying

    Cool down lap:
    After completing your hot lap/qualifying lap please continue to drive until you are a safe distance from the start/finish line
    Then please exit the track and return to the lobby or continue to the pits and wait until qualifying is over.
    Please remain greened up while in the lobby or your qualifying time will be nullified.

    How do I know when to exit the pits to start qualifying?:
    Please join the party chat. The lobby host will let you know when its your turn to exit the pits via party chat.

  • The starting grid for the second race will be a reverse grid of the finishing order of the first race
  • Race night points will be based off of average finish for both races
  • Tie breaker will be total time for both races
    1. 25 11. 10
    2. 23 12. 9
    3. 20 13. 8
    4. 18 14. 7
    5. 16 15. 6
    6. 15 16. 5
    7. 14
    8. 13
    9. 12
    10. 11
  • there will be one drop week for the season
Stuck on Grid

If a driver is stuck on a grid we will issue 1 restart. The driver who was stuck will be moved to the back of the grid. After the restart if the driver is still stuck we ask that they exit the race. The driver will then be issued a last place finish for the race.

Incident Reporting

There is an incident report form that will need to be filled out within 24 hours of race completion if you would like an incident reviewed.

Quitting During a Race

If a driver quits during a race for any reason other than a disconnect/stuck on grid/personal issue (i.e. rage quits) they will lose any and all points accrued during the race night.
The offending driver will also be issued a warning for their first offense.
If a second offense occurs the driver will then face a 1 race suspension from the series
If a driver quits during a race we ask that you message the lobby host as soon as possible with a reason for quitting
If a message is not received within 24 hours of the race end it will be assumed to be a rage quit

Drivers that quit between races for any reason other than a disconnect/stuck on grid/personal issue will lose any and all points accrued during the race night.
If you do exit between races please state in the chat that you will not be returning and follow up with a message to the lobby host why you left.
Drivers that leave between races will not receive warnings or suspensions
Again if the driver does not message the lobby host with a reason why they left within 24 hours of the race completion it will assumed to be a rage quit.

Any drivers that experience connection issues or have to leave for personal matters will not be penalized.
 
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Schedule:

April 13th:
Italian Grand Prix - Autodromo Nazionale Monza - Winner cfawesome


May 11th:
US Grand Prix - Willow Springs: Big Willow - Winnner SAMHAIN85


June 8th:
Austrian Grand Prix - Red Bull Ring - Winner cfawesome


June 22nd:
Japanese Grand Prix - Tokyo Expressway South Inner Loop - Winner Kinetic-Fullness

July 6th:
Australian Grand Prix - Mt Panorama - Winner Kinetic-Fullness


July 20th:
British Grand Prix - Brands Hatch GP - Winner cfawesome
 
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I would like to test out a different qualifying format tonight if everyone is up for it.

It will basically consist of 1 out lap, 1 hot lap, and 1 cool down lap.

How it will work:

All drivers will wait in their vehicle in the pits.
The first driver will exit the pits to start their out lap.
Once the first driver crosses the start/finish line to start their hot lap the next driver will exit the pits to start their out lap
After the second driver crosses the start/finish line to start their hot lap the next the next driver will exit the pits to start their out lap
this will continue until drivers have exited the pits to start qualifying

Cool down lap:
After completing your hot lap/qualifying lap please continue to drive until you are a safe distance from the start/finish line
Then please exit the track and return to the lobby until qualifying is over.
Please remain greened up while in the lobby or your qualifying time will be nullified.

How do I know when to exit the pits to start qualifying?:
Please join the party chat. The lobby host will let you know when its your turn to exit the pits via party chat.


If this ends up being a total mess we will just do a 10 minute open qualifier.
 
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Kinetic-Fullness
Probably/maybe lol...tossing it around tbh, but i always like a good race with good folks. Ill have a decision before the clock runs out
 

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