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Discussion in 'GT6 Racing Series' started by polarbear345, Dec 16, 2013.
Sadly, I'm going to skip the PS4 .
And so.... an era ends, for now...
I'm so glad to see that a lot of people were still so enthusiastic and that races were just as fun to hear about as I felt when I raced in them in GT5. However, I feel sad that this series is on hiatus until further notice. @polarbear345 you did a great job, and I hope that you appreciate the support from everyone involve from the very beginning up until now. It was bumpy and quiet to begin with, and still seemed to be bumpy for one reason or another every season, it was a heck of a lot of fun and became much much busier in the end.
We'll have to wait and see what happens. If I can participate, I certainly will
So guys, if I ran a season of Conti this summer, would there be interest?
It's the support series that goes along with TUSCC. Production cars running close to stock with lots of variety. There are 2 classes
GS: Grand Sport. Cars in real life include Camaro Z28.R, Mustang Boss 302R, BMW M3, Aston Martin Vantage, Nissan 370Z, Porsche 911, and Subaru WRX
ST: Street Tuner. Cars in real life are Mazda MX-5, Honda Civic Si, BMW 128i, VW Jetta, VW Golf GTI, Nissan Altima, Porsche Cayman, and Hyundai Genesis
Sure, I'd be up for it!
It will be both classes hopefully. My tentative car list is this:
Sounds good don't do Fridays you know I'm okay at Conti. Just messing about M8. Although I do think more ST cars would be good.
Sounds like its time for me to do some testing
Edit: M4? Really? No M3?
I'd be into ST.
I'm not sure really. I'd like the M4 because it's new, but the tuning options are limited on it. I'm thinking between 450 and 500 bhp for all cars. I'm not sure what to do with weight as irl, the mustang is 1600 kgs, but that's a boat on gt6. I think I'll lighten them up so they're a little easier to drive
@RESHIRAM5 awesome dude
@polarbear345, time to change thread title am I right?
We'll make a different thread if it does happen. I'd love to run it again
I just mean that it still says "open" and season finale.
Probably confusing to many people that the series is not still open. It's like if someone leaves the light on in their door, saying open, and it's actually closed. Someone will make a fool of themselves.
If they check the standings, they'll see we ran all races. But it's still better to change the title.
Exactly. So that people don't even need to check the OP.
I would expect people to tell me the same regarding any previous things I have organized too.
I tried to change it before but couldn't find the key to change it. Turns out you just click on the picture when changing the title.
Anyone want to do some conti testing this weekend?
Later this evening, I'm opening a lobby for conti spec testing if anyone wants to join
Here are the cars with upgrades I tentatively have so far:
All cars both classes:
No GT Auto wings, body kits, etc. (custom wheels allowed of course)
Racing hard tires
Weight reduction stage 3 with lightweight glass and carbon hood
All suspension, brake, and drivetrain upgrades
Sports computer, intake tuning, Isometric exhaust manifold, and sports catalytic converter
No turbo or superchargers
GS additional upgrades:
370Z-racing exhaust, stage 2 engine tuning
MX5-engine stage 1
Aston Martin: 440
You haven't specified which MX-5, Mustang, Civic or Aston Martin.
The Touring Car, Trans Cammer, '83 CR-X, and One-77, respectively.
It's the MX5 Roadster RS 07, Boss 302 Mustang 13, Civic Type R 08, and V12 Vantage 10
Worst championship ever... From the season 1 champion.
Edit: saw Connor's next post. I withdraw previous comment.
Trans-cammer. no. Worst series ever.
The actual car list isn't that bad.
Nah that's the ITCC or "ITC" like you kids these days are calling it
And the test will be at Laguna Seca
ITCC is life.
Dammit, That means my Mustang has to be changed. And I was so happy to successfully made a replica of the 302R.
Keep the replica, buy another. One can never have too many cars.