View attachment 136692 Todays Bracket: Line Video Podium Picture Qualifying: Fridays @ 9:00PM EST/GMT -5* Saturdays @ 3:00PM EST/GMT -5* Room Opens: Sundays 12:30PM EST/GMT -5 Event Begins: 1:00PM EST/GMT-5 HP Cap: 1000 Tires: Comfort Hards Grip: REAL Nitrous: Prohibited Lobby: Drift Trial FR ONLY! IMPORTANT! Modded vehicles allowed. Also the following vehicles can only be used by one participant. This includes chassis swaps. All Dodge Viper SRT/ACR, Corvette C6/C7, Mazda Spirit R's, Lexus ISF. All race cars, TT cars are banned. Also any vehicle that utilizes front downforce or rear downforce above 60 is banned. Information About Formula Drift Circuit: The Formula Drift Circuit Championship consists of 7 scheduled events. Drivers compete in a single elimination Top 8 or Top 16 bracket depending on the amount of registered participants. Drivers individually compete head-to-head against other competitors in single elimination runs on the designated course. Competitors progress through a competition bracket and are awarded points towards the season championship. Head to head Runs are judged and scored based on a number of pre-determined criteria where the higher scoring entrant moves on to the next level of the bracket. Points are awarded based on finishing order and cumulative season points will determine the championship order. Driver Eligibility: Must be registered to compete in championship. Judges: 3 Selected Judges throw Round 1 to Round 7. Two alternate judges will be selected in the event two judges are on track at one given time. LINE:The drift line is defined as the ideal path a vehicle must take on course and is marked by inner clipping points and outer clipping zones. The exact line of each track will be dictated by the judges at each track. ITEMS THAT CONSTITUTE AN AUTOMATIC ZERO: Spinning out Clear and punctuated straightening or losing drift (Losing drift and reinitiating quickly is a major deduction, but not a zero. Judges will determine if an action results in a zero) Two tires off course ANGLE: The maximum drift angle at which a driver can maintain and control. SPEED: This is used to the aggressiveness of the driver. Not quite as important in qualifying as the rest of the criteria. But each round will have a run done of overall average speeds that should be exhibited during the overall run. It will be posted with the given line video along with a track map with acceptable speed ranges thru clipping points and zones. They do not have to be exact but should be close. Qualifying: Drivers will complete two (2) non-consecutive runs on the track. Drivers will receive a score after each run and the top 16 drivers will move on to Head-to-Head competition. Reverse entry's will receive a large deduction in points. Lead Car: The lead car is to drift the course using the line, angle and style as defined by the judges for qualifying.The lead car should driver 90 percent of the time focus specifically on hitting all clipping point and zones with the maximum line, angle and style as possible. Reverse entries are highly frowned upon, in case if a lead driver executes a reverse entry and causes contact due to rapid loss of speed, they will lose advantage. Follow Car: The driver must follow the line the lead driver chooses, maintain consistent and larger angle than the lead car and use the vehicles power to maintain consistent and close proximity to the lead car. Passing: Passing is allowed anywhere on course as long as the lead car is clearly off the line the judges have specified. Any passing that occurs outside the scope of the aforementioned criteria will be deemed illegal and constitute an equivalence to a zero (0) run. A chase driver will be considered the lead driver once a legal pass has been completed and clearly shows the original chase driver has assumed control as the lead driver. Tandem Elminations: Three Judges will observe both runs during a head-to-head battle.At the conclusion of the head to head battle each judge will individually declare a winner.* *At any point you lag out during your tandem runs, you will get to minutes to get back in the lobby. If you fail to do so your opponent will advance. Team Championship info: After some discussion there will bee a team championship. Your team can only be comprised of 3 members. Team Points are based of the drivers finishing out come and the 3 will be combined. Qualifying Points are not included. Manufacture Champion Info: We will also be having a manufacture championship. A current sturcture is being developed. Manufacture Championship points will only be awarded to Podium positions. So heres how the point structure works. If one manufacture sweeps the poidum a maximum of 15pts will be awarded. Any other out come will result in just standard Manufacture Potints Qualifying Judging Criteria: Line: 40pts Angle: 25pts Impression: 20pts Speed: 15pts Qualifying Points 1st: 16pts 2nd: 15pts 3rd:14pts 4th: 13pts 5th: 12pts 6th: 11pts 7th: 10pts 8th: 9pts 9th: 8pts 10th: 7pts 11th: 6pts 12th: 5pts 13th: 4pts 14th: 3pts 15th: 2pts 16th: 1pt Event Points 1st: 100pts 2nd: 88pts 3rd: 78pts 4th: 69pts Top 8: 61pts Top 16: 54pts Manufacture Points: 1st: 6pts 2nd: 3pts 3rd: 1pt - Schedule - Round 1: June 8th, 2014 Fuji Round 2: June 22nd, 2014 Circuit De Spa Round 3: June 22nd, 2014 Willow Springs Round 4: June 29th, 2014 Silvertsone Round 5: July 13th, 2014 Circuit De Madrid Round 6: July 20th,2014 Indianapolis Road Course - STANDINGS - - Sign Up - - Registered Participant list - * Qualifying room- The Friday night qualifying session is prodominatly for the US people, with the Saturday Afternoon session for the Euro guys.* Credit is given to @SPANK for most of this information.