GT6 Week 180 : Turbos on the Mountain
Hotlap Event in Arcade Mode Time Trial
Jaguar XJ220 '92
Mount Panorama Racing Circuit (Bathurst)
:: Only Open to Qualified GTP_Registered Members ::
:: Members are not obligated to take part ::
- Mode: Arcade Mode > Single Player > Time Trial
- Track: World Circuits > Mount Panorama Racing Circuit (Bathurst)
- Car Type: Garage/Favourites Car
- Make: UK > Jaguar
- Model: XJ220 '92
- Power: 542bhp (after oil change)
- Weight: 1,372kg
- PP: 571
- Transmission: Auto or Manual
- Tires: Sports Soft
- Driving Line | Traction Control | ASM | ABS: Optional
- Brake Balance: Adjustment Allowed
- Active Steering | Skid Recovery Force: Prohibited
- Tuning: Prohibited
- In-Race RA Functions: Optional
- Time: Optional
- Weather: 0/0/0
- Grip Reduction on Track Edge: Real
- The event MUST be run using your registered account
- The use of the clutch that is found on the G25, G27, and other high end racing wheels is strictly prohibited.
- Use of the Handbrake is Prohibited.
- No Contact with walls or other objects. Any contact with walls, no matter how minor, will result in a DQ. This includes cones and bollards!
- Tarmac and Red and White Rumble Strips are Track. Ignore the white lines, as long as you aren't red-lapped.
This car has always been an old favourite of mine since the GT4 days, and it's time to unleash it on a proper driver's track this week. When it was released in 1992 there was a lot of controversy amongst potential buyers, who had been promised a V12 engine and AWD grip, yet the production version was downgraded to a twin-turbo V6 with only rear-wheel drive. Despite this, the car became the fastest production model at the time, with popular F1 commentator and then-Jaguar driver Martin Brundle reaching 217mph in it, which held the record until the mighty McLaren F1 came along.
Enjoy thrashing the big cat around the mountain 👍
Viewing your Time Splits:
- You need to make sure you save the 'Save Best Lap Replay' (ghost replay), not the 'Save Replay' (See pic below)
- To view your best lap replay, go to 'My Home' and watch the replay from there using the 'Gallery' option.
- Live timing monitor does not work properly, so we have to use a small trick to view splits.
- While viewing your Replay, pause the lap by hitting start, before the end of the first sector.
- While keeping the replay paused, advance the replay, using the forward arrow on the replay HUD. This will advance the replay to the end of the first sector. That's your T1 split, write it down.
- Advance the replay again. That will show the lap to date time on the screen, this is your first and second sector time, added together.
- To post your T1 Splits, simply post the lap to date times that are shown in the middle of the screen. Do not try to calculate the actual T2 split time, the Fetchbot will do that for you.
(Best Lap Replay Icon)
Standard Clean OLR Rules:
- At Least 2 Tires must be in contact with track at all times.
- In situations where contact with the track is not possible because tires are airborne (above the ground), then the run is only legal if at least two tires in-line would have made contact with the track if the car were not airborne.
- If track contact cannot be 100% determined, then consider it dirty.
- Rumble/ripple strips are part of the track.
- No contact with walls or objects, visible or invisible
- If you're not 100% sure that your lap is clean, then consider it dirty
- No hybrids
- No cheating of any kind,these are relaxed races and we are experienced racers, we know what times can be done,and we can read your mind.We will know.
- Nothing that goes against the spirit of the rules
The following information cannot be discussed in this thread (they can, however, be discussed on Skype or via other private conversation methods):
- Total Lap Time
- Any information which can be used to infer your total laptime
- The first 3 splits: T1 through T3 times
- Any settings discussion
- WRS Participants have traditionally shared splits as a way to reveal their pace without providing the full lap time until the event deadline. Posting of splits is not mandatory, but is considered fair sportsmanship.
- WRS Admins reserve the right to request posting of splits from members who show a pattern of avoidance or deception in this area.
- If you fail to comply with a direct request from an admin to post splits for a current or future event, we reserve the right to disqualify your lap from the results.
All submissions must be sent by PM (Subject title: GTP_WRS Week 180 Submission ) to (WRSFetchbot):
- Then attach your 'Best Lap'/'Ghost' replay in zip file form. Everyone submits a replay instead of listing a lap time.
- You will need to put something in the message body in order to begin a conversation. It doesn't matter what you put, it can even be 1 letter or symbol. Nobody but the Fetchbot is going to see it, so it's sort of pointless, anyhow.
- You will get an automated response within 15min, letting you know whether your submission was accepted, or if you had an error.
- If you have an error, don't panic. Just review the instructions for submission and submit again. If you are having trouble and cannot figure it out, please post your question in the race thread.
- Users can ask the bot for the current submitted time by sending a message with the Subject: "GTP_WRS Week XX Get Entry" and any text in the body.
- Users can delete their submitted time by sending a message with the Subject: "GTP_WRS Week XX Remove Entry" and any text in the body.
- If you want to submit multiple times in the week that is still not a problem. Just reply to the conversation with your new time and new replay. Fetchy always uses the last submitted time as the final one.
- See this screenshot as an example on how to submit:
- The deadline is Monday, July 3rd 11:59pm GMT
- If you are unsure of the deadline try this site
Why Use GMT?:
GMT is World Time and the basis of every world time zone which sets the time of day and is at the centre of the time zone map. GMT sets current time or official time around the globe. Most time changes are measured by GMT. Although GMT has been replaced by atomic time (UTC) it is still widely regarded as the correct time for every international time zone.
- Everyone is required to submit a replay for verification. This happens when you submit to the Fetchbot, and the replays will be visible in the leaderboard, once we've reached the event deadline
- Participants will be expected to check each others' replays for cleanliness, for replays marked in the Results thread as (Check Needed)
- Video replays are not accepted as a form of verification