To continue the leaderboard tradition, here is the latest edition for GT6. This will be a bit different since there is no 1/4 mile test to post your times. This time all competition for top spots will be held online. Here's how it works: Choose a car that you feel is fast enough to deserve a spot on the leaderboards. (For explanation purposes I'll choose a Nissan GT-R '09) Take a look at the current leaderboards and see if someone had already claimed the spot for the fastest GT-R. If no one has yet claimed the top spot, make a post here or send a PM to me or one of the officials notifying us that you have a car you wish to be posted on the leaderboards but the current top spot is vacant. You are then put on a waitlist for one week. This means that if a week goes by and no one else comes and challenges you with the GT-R, the top spot goes to you. If someone has already has the top spot for the GT-R, you will have to challenge them and beat them online in order for you to have the title of "Fastest GT-R". To challenge someone, simply reply to this thread in the following format: The residing champion now has three weeks to race you or he is disqualified and you will automatically become the new champion. Once you two make it in a room, this is how the competition will work. Along with the current champion and the challenger there needs to be three other people on the track as well. One neutral ghost that both racers agreed upon (does not have to be an official), and two judges at the end of the track to decide who won should there be any disagreements. The judges do have to be officials. If no judges can be present, the results of the race can be validated if both racers come here and verify the same outcome. Should there be any spectators, they need to go to the pits or spectate. There should now only be 5 live cars on the track. Current champion has lane choice for the first race ONLY. After that whoever wins each race has lane choice for the next race. Winner is best 3/5*. * Should a race be too close to call, the judges can call for a rerun. 6. After race is finished, the officials will let me know who won and I will update the leaderboards accordingly. RULES: Nitrous is NOT allowed. If there is enough popular demand I may make a separate leaderboard for N20 cars. To prevent too many people claiming vacant titles, you can be on a maximum of 5 waitlists at any given time. SRF, TCS or any aids besides ABS are prohibited. NO "E-Cheating" or any other manipulation of the brakes to enhance your speed. You can challenge a maximum of 3 people per week. Racing will take place at the regular spot, back stretch of Indy Road Course.