Registrations Closed! See the results here Spoiler: Calendar Note: I will be adding the weather/time of day to the tracks, this will appear as [12:00] for example in the circuit name. This is NOT the time the race event is on. This is just the time of day selected for the track. Round 1: Circuit - KYOTO DRIVING PARK – YAMAGIWA [11:30] Qualifying - 6th June 2018 9pm GMT Race - 7th June 2018 9pm GMT Round 2: Circuit - Suzuka Circuit Qualifying - 13th June 2018 9pm GMT Race - 14th June 2018 9pm GMT Round 3: Circuit - Autodrome Lago Maggiore – GP Qualifying 20th June 2018 9pm GMT Race 21st June 2018 9pm GMT Round 4: Circuit - Autódromo De Interlagos Qualifying 27th June 2018 9pm GMT Race 28th June 2018 9pm GMT Round 5: Circuit - Dragon Trail Gardens Qualifying 4th July 2018 9pm GMT Race 5th July 2018 9pm GMT Round 6: Circuit - Nürburgring GP Qualifying 11th July 2018 9pm GMT Race 12th July 2018 9pm GMT Spoiler: Cars Note: settings are using current BoP. We are avoiding using % values to make adding ballast fairer. We add KGs then work out which % is closest, rather than just adding %. GT500 Nissan GT-R Power - 612bhp Weight - 1020kgs GT500 Lexus RC F Power - 614bhp Weight - 1020kgs GT500 Honda NSX Concept-GT Power - 603bhp Weight - 1049kgs GT300 Nissan GTR NISMO GT3 Power - 596bhp Weight - 1300kgs GT300 BMW M6 GT3 Power - 561bhp Weight - 1326kgs GT300 BMW Z4 GT3 Power - 534bhp Weight - 1285kgs GT300 Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Power - 548bhp Weight - 1328kgs GT300 Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 Power - 576bhp Weight - 1300kgs GT300 McLaren 650S GT3 Power - 563bhp Weight - 1326kgs GT300 Lexus RC F GT3 Power - 561bhp Weight - 1326kgs GT300 Dodge Viper SRT GT3-R Power - 563bhp Weight - 1328kgs GT300 Ferrari 458 Italia GT3 Power - 547bhp Weight - 1324kgs GT300 Porsche 911 RSR Power - 529bhp Weight - 1317gs GT300 Audi R8 LMS Power - 533bhp Weight - 1323kgs GT300 Mercedes SLS AMG GT3 Power - 586bhp Weight - 1350kgs GT300 Mercedes-AMG GT GT3 Power - 564bhp Weight - 1325kgs GT300 NSX Gr.3 Power - 551bhp Weight - 1326kgs GT300 Chevrolet Corvette C7 Gr.3 Power - 568bhp Weight - 1313kgs Introduction This is the GT-Sport: Super GT championship. Races will be a mixed grid of GT500 (6 to 8) and GT300 (8 to 10) race cars. GT500 racers will have to contend with slower GT300 cars, potentially lapping multiple times, potentially being beaten by too! GT300 racers will be fighting for the GT300 title, yet they have every right to take the racing line if they’re legitimately ahead on track, even if the car behind is a GT500 spec car. Races will last roughly 1 hour. For example, 35 laps of Suzuka Lobby Settings Tyre wear: 1x Fuel usage: 2x Damage: Heavy Ghost lapped cars: Off Flag rules: On Laps: Per Race Basis. Note: Races will last about 1 Hour Shortcut penalties: Weak Other penalties: Off Tyre type: Racing Slicks Softest compound: Medium compound Hardest compound: Medium compound Starting fuel: Default Start type: Super-GT Format Manual Rolling start Aids: TC and ABS only Super-GT Format Manual Rolling start Racers will be lined up using the GT-Sport Grid Start format. They will then be required to complete a warm-up-lap before the race starts on lap 2 using normal Rolling Start rules. GT300 must wait 30 seconds before moving off and keep this as the minimum distance to the last GT500 car. No passing before your car has crossed the line No passing at any point in the warm-up lap. If you do give the position back immediately GT300 cars are required to wait 30 seconds before beginning their warm up lap. The lead car must run at about 80mph max until they "go" . No one else can go full speed until the lead car has decided to. The lead car must be on the pit straight when they decide to start. Cars are NOT allowed to slow up the field. Cars must be in a staggered formation on the pit straight. However people are free to do as they wish when the leader has decided to race. Weight Handicaps (success ballast) 52kg+ Fuel Flow Restrictor information Any car running a success ballast of over 51kgs will require a 1% power decrease Visual Requirements Cars will be required to run a small square or rectangle, coloured correctly as above, on the rear of the car containing the car’s race-number. Cars will be required to use the correct number boards and correct number-decals (2018 decals, correct 2018 font too, shared on my GTS profile). Cars must not show any offensive messages or decals. GT500 Cars must use the default windscreen banner. GT300 Cars must use the black windscreen banner. Weight decals must be used to detail how much weight is currently being ran as ballast. Must be on the SIDE of the car, both sides preferable. I (GT-Welsh) have all of these and have shared them (see below for full list). Points System Race: see above. Pole position: 1 extra point. The points will be allocated to the GT500 and also the GT300 grid results. The driver that finished 1st in GT300 will get 20 points, even though they may of finished 6th on the grid (GT500 in-front). Qualifying Tyres Tyres will be RM, the same as the race tyre. Format Qualifying is normally run in a two-stage knockout format. However due to having a smaller field we will run a more standard single-stage format. Qualifying with a twist Anyone not at qualifying will start at the back, in a random order (if multiple people don’t qualify). Qualifying will be ran as a GT-Sport 15min time-limited race. This allows us to record the session and put in a hard time-limit. Admins will review the race and collate the fastest times to create a starting grid order. Obvious thing to note here is, in this race the finishing position does not matter. The person with the fastest lap could finish the “race” in last and then obviously start pole. Scrutineering This will take place before qualifying. During this time we will check livery, power and weight requirements. Racers then need to save this setup in order to save the accepted power and weight. Racers not at qualifying will have to organise other scrutineering sessions. People without a checked car will not be able to qualify or race. Things to note Power and Weight GT-Sport uses % (of original value) to change power and weight numbers. Due to this we will not be able to set these very accurately, we will do our best to work out the % needed for each person. This is why we have stated the power and weight values, rather than 100%, 1% on one car can be different to 1% on another, so using +-% is unfair. We will work out the best % to use based on actual KG gains. Behavior Arguing over a racing incident will not be tolerated in game, make a complaint to the admins of the series and leave it be. There will be potentially 14 other drivers that simply do not care, so leave it out. It just puts negativity into the series. Practice Sessions Practice sessions will be ran quite often, add me (GT-Welsh) on PSN to easily see me in-game when I'm hosting them.