Super Formula Street Circuit Sprint Cup Super Formula with a TWIST 11pm UK / 6pm Eastern US 5 Rounds - Bi Weekly – 60 Minutes 2 Sprint Races (Reverse Grid) Real Life Safety Car All Drivers Welcome! This Series is inspired by the thrill of open wheel street circuit racing such as the Macau GP, Monaco F1 and Formula E. High Octane, fast paced action is the order of the day. How far will you push to maximise the limits and beat the competition???? Spoiler: Series Schedule Round 1 – 3rd October – Circuit de Saint-Croix A Round 2 – 17th October – Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit Round 3 – 31st October – Alsace Village II Round 4 – 14th November – Sardegna Road Track A Round 5 – 28th November – Circuit de Saint-Croix C II Spoiler: Event Format Each Event will include a Qualifying Race (Race 1) and a Championship Race (Race2) Spoiler: Qualifying Race (Race 1) The starting grid order for the Qualifying Race will be determined by the reverse order from the Championship Standings. The Race Start will be a Rolling Start. There will be Light Damage and No Safety Car. The Qualifying Race will last for a maximum 15minutes. The podium positions will score 3,2,1 points respectively. Spoiler: ”Championship Race (Race 2)” The Qualifying Race (above) will set the grid order for the Championship Race. The Race Start will be a Manual Rolling Start. This Race will feature Heavy Damage and a Safety Car Procedure. The Championship Race will last for a maximum 40 minutes. The Points awarded are: 25, 20, 16, 14, 12, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. (+1 for Fastest Lap) Spoiler: Common Lobby Settings Boost: Off Slipstream Strength: Real Grip Reduction: Real Race Finish Delay: Max Tuning: Prohibited Tyres: Medium Tyre Wear: x1 Starting Fuel : Enough to finish the Race Fuel Usage: x1 Ghost: Off Track Limits: Off Side Contact Penalty: Off Flag Rules: On Assists: Counter steering Assistance, ASM, and Auto-Drive prohibited. Spoiler: Championship Configuration Driver Championship will comprise of 5 rounds and 10 races. All Drivers will be entered into the Driver Championship Qualifying Race - Only The podium positions will be awarded points - 3,2,1 respectively. Championship Race - Points will be awarded for all position's - 25, 20, 16, 14, 12, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. (+1 for Fastest Lap, 0 for DNF) All rounds will score points and there will be no “dropped rounds” Spoiler: Race Procedures Spoiler: Manual Rolling Start Procedure The Race will use a grid start, without false start check. The Safety Car will lead the formation lap and then pit at the end of the lap The safety Car will lead Drivers at a max speed of 160kph / 100mph. All drivers must hold their position and maintain pace with the Car ahead. The Leader is free to start the race at any point after the safety car exits the track. Spoiler: Safety Car Procedure This Procedure is for the Championship Race Only (Race 2) The Safety Car will be waiting in pit lane. If a Driver receives damage, that Driver will request a Safety Car. To request a Safety Car the Driver will type in chat "Safety Car". The Safety Car will respond with "Safety Car Deployed". Once the Safety Car has responded No Overtaking is allowed but Drivers will maintain race pace under caution. All Drivers are allowed to pit under Safety Car. The Safety Car will drive slowly to allow the lead car to catch up. Drivers are allowed to pass the Safety Car except the lead Car. Lapped Drivers may un-lap themselves - Maximum 1 lap per Safety Car period. The Lead Driver Must wait behind the Safety Car All Drivers will queue in order behind the Safety Car. The Safety Car will stay out on Circuit until the whole field has queued up. Once in pit lane the Safety Car will type "Safety Car In - Green Lights" The lead Car may restart the race at any point after the Safety Car has pitted. Safety Car Updates If a driver receives damage during the SC procedure. That driver will have to continue to race with damage, or pit for repair under green lights. Calls to request another SC whilst the SC is out on track will be declined. Weaving / Warming tyres must be done with caution so as not to cause a collision with other Drivers. SC is now only necessary if a driver receives Major Damage that requires repairs (eg: engine, suspension, steering). A Driver may continue to race with minor damage if they feel their car is ok to continue (eg: wing damage). Spoiler: Racing Etiquette Damage is on, clean racing is a must from everyone and please if a mistake is made, give the position back. Lapped cars are asked to yield when being lapped by the lead cars. If the leader is struggling to get very close to you, they may be struggling with dirty air. If this is the case please move off the racing line and ease off the power to allow them to pass safely. The use of indicators is permitted but should not be relied upon. Please indicate in the direction you wish to place your car, (like you would to take a left/right turn) When exiting pit lane, please do not cross the white line. Track limits will be set to Off. Kerb use is acceptable however no wheels are allowed past the curbing or track surface. All 4 wheels must remain “on circuit” at all times. Self-policing / the Honour system is the best policy, however persistent abusers will be disqualified. Spoiler: Featured Cars & Livery Requirements BOP - 100/100 - Tuning Prohibited Stock Livery Use : Prohibited Livery Theme : Free Choice Racing Numbers : Standard Numbers and Custom Numbers can be used. Please ensure any Custom Numbers are placed to match the Standard Numbers. Yokohoma Tyres Must be used. "Advan" Decal must be placed on the rear wing. Liveries can change between races. All Liveries must follow GT Sports Guidelines. If you'd like to enter, please comment GTP Name: PSN Name: Race Number: Full/Part time: If you made it this far, thank you for taking the time to read through each spoiler, hopefully it all makes sense! Finally, this series is for fun, enjoy the racing!!