For a while, I had been doing some research in my free time and wanted to see about arranging a Stock Touring Car Challenge or STCC for short I guess you could call it (not to be confused with the Swedish Touring Car Championship). Here are the basics of what I come up with: The list of cars that you have to pick from is 75 cars. (This is including cars that have separate models but are the same vehicle. The GT-R GT3 has too many models to name, so I just listed the one GT-R GT3 to alleviate some of the confusion, any of the GT-R GT3 models may be ran, aside from the 15th Anniversary) Each of those cars has been put into a class based on it's PP and fastest lap around Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps and Suzuka Circuit 2014 Each class has one wild card thrown in, these wild cards being Tuner vehicles The class in order from lowest to highest goes Beginner, Intermediate, Pro, and Veteran (note that this is just the grading scale for the cars, and not indicative of driver ability) No Stealth or Anniversary models are going to be allowed, hence why they are not on either list Touring Car League Car List Beginner Class Spoiler 426pp: Mugen S2000** 427pp: Golf IV 433pp: Mugen Motul Civic Si 442pp: CR-Z 443pp: Prius 455pp: Civic EK TC 455pp: 320i 464pp: Roadster 464pp: IS200 GT1 472pp: Atenza TC 477pp: Scirocco GT24 480pp: Mazda6 TC 496pp: Elise Race Car Intermediate Class Spoiler 471pp: Integra (Standard TC) 477pp: Integra (Premium TC) 483pp: S2000 Race Car (Spoon) 484pp: Altezza TC 485pp: S2000 LM Race Car 507pp: S15 TC 513pp: RE Amemiya FD3S ** 515pp: NSX LM 517pp: Evo IX TC 519pp: 190E DTM 519pp: IS-F CCS-R 526pp: Elise 111R 526pp: Z/28 Camaro 548pp: GT-R N24 GT Academy Pro Class Spoiler 523pp: Calibra TC 524pp: 155 V6 552pp: FTO Super TC 553pp: Impreza Super TC 553pp: M3 GTR Race Car 554pp: Calsonic R32 556pp: IS-F RC 557pp: Impreza TC 559pp: A4 TC 560pp: Falken GT-R 561pp: GT-R N24 Schulze 561pp: R32 TC 563pp: SRT8 569pp: M3 GT 574pp: Mine’s Skyline GT-R V Spec II N1 Base ’06 ** 576pp: R/T ‘70 580pp: Storm V12 586pp: R8 LMS (Team Oreca) 588: R8 LMS ultra 592pp: Z4 GT3 599pp: R8 LMS ultra (Team Phoenix) Veteran Class Spoiler 531pp: Calibra Super TC 560pp: NSX-R LM 564pp: TT-R 564pp: Astra V8 TC 564pp: Astra Super TC 569pp: RX-7 TC 571pp: CLK DTM 571pp: RX8 LM 574pp: R33 TC 574pp: RX-7 LM 579pp: 350Z LM 579pp: Tuscan Speed 6 591pp: XJ220 LM 594pp: Falcon XR8 594pp: Camaro SS 594pp: R34 TC 594pp: Amuse S2000 GT1 Turbo ** 596pp: IS-F TC 604pp: Camaro LM 607pp: Vette GTS-R 608pp: Viper GTS-R 608pp: SLS AMG GT3 ‘11 609pp: GT3 GT-R 614pp: GT LM Test Spec II 615pp: R35 TC 616pp: Vette LM 618pp: Zonda LM BANNED LIST: McLaren F1 GTR (95 and 97) GT by Citroen Race Car ZR1 LM Diablo GT2* 626pp Ford GT LM Fairlady Z Concept LM GT-R Concept LM Vertigo Race Car Esperante GTR-1 ** Wild Card Vehicles * Only banned due to the very over-steery nature of the car To give these cars a challenge (with help from some friends of mine) the cars will be ran across various tracks. TC League Course List Beginner and Intermediate Spoiler PRESEASON R1: Ascari R2: Mount Panorama (Night Race) R3: Mid-Field Raceway R4: Circuito de Madrid MAIN SEASON R5: Twin Ring Motegi (Full) (Night Race) R6: Tokyo R246 (Reverse) R7: Suzuka Circuit 2014 R8: Brands Hatch GP R9: Circuito de Madrid R10: Nürburgring GP/D (Night Race) R11: Willow Springs – Streets of Willow (Night Race) R12: Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca R13: Indianapolis Road Course R14: Grand Valley Speedway (Forward) R15: Trial Mountain (Reverse) R16: Special Stage Route 5 (Reverse) FINALS: R17: Cote de’Azur (Monaco) R18: Nürburgring 24H (Night Race) Pro and Veteran Spoiler PRESEASON R1: Ascari R2: Red Bull Ring R3: Mid-Field Raceway R4: Rome MAIN SEASON R5: Apricot Hill Raceway (Reverse) (Night Race) R6: Grand Valley Speedway (Reverse) R7: Special Stage Route 5 (Forward) R8: Willow Springs- Big Willow (Night Race) R9: Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca R10: Indianapolis Road Course R11: Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps (Night Race) R12: Nürburgring GP/F (Night Race) R13: Autodromo Nazionale Monza R14: Suzuka Circuit 2014 R15: Tokyo R246 (Forward) R16: Twin Ring Motegi (Full) (Night Race) FINALS R17: Circuit de la Sarthe 2013 (Night Race) R18: Nürburgring Nordschleife (Night Race) This is how the season would play out. Now before you ask, yes there are two classes in each schedule. The reason for this is because creating 4 separate schedules was too much, so we created 2. To this end, we decided to have 2 classes run their race at the same time. So beginner and intermediate will run together, and then pro and veteran will run together. This means we would need 7 drivers for each class, as we need at least 2 people to spectate to ensure that there is no unnecessary contact between drivers and to keep the racing clean. If you're wondering why Beginner and Intermediate are running on the Nurb 24h versus Pro and Veteran on the Nordschleife, that is because I wanted the drivers who wanted to drive the faster cars a bit of a larger challenge since the Nordschleife at night is pitch black. Since the 24h has lit up sections, I felt it would be fairer for the other drivers (especially if they are unfamiliar with any of these cars or tracks) to do this. I have garnered interest from a few people, but I need to get back in contact with them to see what car they had chosen. So for now, all cars are fair game. Oh yeah, there are some vehicles that are far too fast for their class (ie; GT-R Touring Car, Z06 Vette LM, Ford GT LM Spec II Test Car) so these cars will be given additional weight so as to balance them with the rest of the class. And there are other cars such as the Camaro Z28 Race Car '69 and the Challenger R/T Race Car '70, that need their gears adjusted so that they can be competitive with their class. To this end, the only part that was adjusted was the top speed. Everything else was left unchanged. There is a limit of one person per car. This means that if someone were to pick up the GT-R GT3, all other GT-R's in that cars class are therefore off limits to everyone else. Yes, this includes the GT-R TC. This is done to make people select a car that may or may not be outside of their comfort zone. It also forces variety. With the amount of cars available to select, this shouldn't be too much of an issue, but I did it to be sure. I'll be honest, I wanted to avoid making a post about this on GTP for a while, because I wanted to see if I could garner the interest I needed for this. Unfortunately, this did not work so I came here. If you are interested, please post in this thread, and I will bring up new information as I develop this further. I still need to decide if we are going to run laps, or run it endurance style. Tire wear will be on, and I believe it will be set to normal. Thanks for your interest! And I hope to race with many of you in the future!