I was working on a series with FlipJ but he's got a lot of life stuff going on so he won't be ready for a few more weeks. The idea was this in a nutshell: Spec Race Cars. 30 minute races. Racing Hard tires. Normal wear. No need for pitting. Basically a 30 minute sprint race. I'm thinking three races. Race 1 is a qualifying race for Race 2 and Race 3 is reverse grid. I knew we already have a Race Car Series so I didn't want to be exactly like that. So the races are shorter and there's no pit strategy. It's like a mix of that series and Sunday night's sprint races. I was inspired by Pirelli World Challenge in how they have long races with no pit stops. SNAIL already has a 40 minute and 50 minute race in GT6. The Project Cars races are 30-40 minutes and 90 minutes. What's a good mix? I've found under normal tire wear they last a really long time. 30 minutes is no problem to push hard and still have plenty of tire. It depends on the car so I didn't wanna go too high and then limit what's possible to use. First testing was done with the BRZ GT300 Base Model. I'd like to make it a monthly season like Sunday SNAIL. Thoughts? They already had a Touring Car Series that used the TC race cars and had a tire change rule. It was RH and RS, 25 minutes, and you had to switch compounds. Very interesting but I think the gap was too far between the compounds. Maybe RH/RM or RM/RS. Maybe we can recreate that series but with some modifications.