Finished STORAGETRUNKS GT3 SERIES - SLS AMG - 90 Minute Race Series- Monday Nights 19:00 UK- FREE SPOTS

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  1. Stephen Vann

    Stephen Vann

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    Mercedes SLS AMG GT3 11 Handicap Series
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    Ultra clean and fair drivers only on Monday nights
    Race starts at 19.15 UK for 90 Minutes

    To All Drivers Welcome.
    Please read the Info Below

    PSN FRIEND
    Please ensure you PSN FRIEND me LOGICLINE and others in this series.
    I will then send you an invite to our community club lobby where our races are held on Mondays.
    Once i have invited you to the community Club you will be able to join our club room.
    We often practice in this lobby during the week with the room set to public,
    however on Monday Race nights the room is club members only.
    Our community club lobby ID is 1016608

    FOLLOW ME
    Also ensure you follow me
    by clicking on my STEPHEN VANN profile picture on the left of this page
    then clicking on the follow label.
    It is also a good idea to follow other drivers in the series on this forum.

    WATCH THREAD
    Also ensure you click the Watch Thread label at the top left of this page.

    THREAD ALERTS

    Click on the Alerts label at the top right of this page,
    then on Alert Preferences and tick all boxes.
    You will then be alerted to any forum news and new postings.

    RULES & REGS
    Make sure you read all the rules regulations details of the series indexed below.

    CLEAR CASHE
    With full rooms on race nights it is good practice to CLEAR CASHE on GT6
    To do this go to the main game screen press start / network / clear system cashe option.
    Also for a better connection it is a good idea to restart your router before starting the game.
    We also encourage people to use wired connections rather than wifi connections to stop lag.

    ON RACE NIGHT
    PLEASE ENSURE BEFORE YOU JOIN LOBBY
    YOU HAVE RESTARTED YOUR ROUTER
    RESTARTERD PSN
    CLEARED CASHE
    COME STRAIGHT INTO THE CLUB RACE LOBBY
    AND NOT LEAVE UNTIL AFTER THE RACE

    Event organisers have the right to change any rules or settings in the event of circumstances and fairness


    INDEX OF SERIES INFO

    1 Practice
    Please practice as much as possible in our community club lobby on Public,
    as we can then recruit new entrants and also as practice with other club members helps us all become familiar with each other and they can help with car setups.

    Event organisers have the right to change any rules or settings in the event of circumstances and fairness
    2 Race Rules
    The stewards spend many hours planning to make this series run as fair & smoothly as we can,
    for this we need your cooperation.

    To post race incidents to be reviewed as follows.....


    Race incidents
    must be reported on the forum within 24 hours of the race finishing.
    These will be reviewed by only those stewards who are not in anyway involved.

    Incident reports.
    Any driver that has or witnesses any
    contact / unfair aggressive / reckless / regular short cutting - with intent, that would be deemed unsportsmanlike and not a genuine mistake
    can be reported on the forum within 24 hours of the race finish.

    This must not be in any way to blame or explain, it will only ask the stewards to review.

    This is the format of the report

    -------------------------------

    Incident between ? and ?
    Lap ?
    Turn ?


    -------------------------------

    Thats all.

    This will allow the stewards to look without prejudice at the incident.
    It will be important that stewards review and decide fair or foul within 48 hours of the race as
    Penalties given may be reflected in a points penalty or a drop of places for the race start.
    Incidents will be reviewed by the stewards and any penalties will be posted by Wednesday night.

    When posting an incident report, please only do so if the outcome is worth reporting.
    If the car that contacts you is out of control or contact is made unintentionally
    then we cannot penalise the offending driver.
    Only incidents where there is clearly Intent to overtake or bully without regard for the
    other driver or generally driving in a manner that is deemed ungentlemanly or short cutting regularly.

    Most of us are not mega fast, but we always try to be fair and that needs to be very important and understood.

    Outside Track limits
    Any driver that runs outside the track limits with all 4 wheels must lift off completely from the throttle and wait until a minimum of 2 wheels are back inside the track limits before using the throttle pedal.
    The track limits are defined by the white line running around both edges of the track.
    This will be to stop the cutting of corners and running wide.
    The kerbs are outside the white track limit lines and are not part of the track.

    The only exception to this rule will be made if a car is forced by another car outside or they are avoiding an accident.

    If your car runs very wide and you have no momentum to rejoin the track without using the throttle you are permitted to do so if your car speed falls below 30mph 48kph and you can only then gain a speed of 30mph 48kph until 2 wheels are inside the track limits.

    Any driver that does not adhere to the rules will face penalty points for each incident.

    Pit Entry & Exit lines must also be adhered to at all times possible.

    Driving standards and points penalties


    NO DRIVER MUST DRIVE IN THE REVERSE DIRECTION

    NO DRIVER CAN ENTER THE PITLANE BEFORE HIS SCHEDULED PIT CLOSED TIME LIMIT.

    This is a Zero contact series, as with damage on, even a little nudge can lead to a huge loss of time with damage.

    All drivers will be expected to drive with due care and consideration to other drivers.

    Bumping cars ahead and causing them to run wide or rubbing alongside cars and forcing them to run wide and gaining any advantage must be rectified by giving back any position gained.

    Overtaking

    It will be the responsibility of the overtaking driver to ensure there is no contact between cars at any time.
    If a driver forces another car off the track by attempting an overtake and then leaves no room for the car being overtaken to continue will be penalised.
    If a driver being overtaken clearly weaves or moves to block and causes contact there will be heavy penalties.
    All drivers must ensure that they do all they can to avoid contact.
    The driver ahead must always give room to a car that is 1/4 length or more alongside going into a corner.

    All avoidable accidents reported will be reviewed and will points deducted at the stewards discretion.

    Being lapped
    Cars being lapped should always allow the leading cars through to battle without interference.
    Even if running at their pace, let them through then follow.
    Drivers can un lap themselves if they feel they can pass and clear the leaders without interference.

    Event organisers have the right to change any rules or settings in the event of circumstances and fairness
    3 Race Room Settings
    Room mode Practice/endurance race
    Room Privacy Club only

    Race quality 3 stars
    Voice chat disabled
    Fixed room ownership No
    Max no pf Participants 16

    Track Re Calender
    weather at start % Re Calender
    Time Re Calender
    Time progression 1 Times
    Weather changeability Re Calender

    Race 90 Minutes
    Start type Grid start
    Grid order Fastest first
    Boost Off
    Penalty None
    Tyre/Fuel depletion Normal
    Grip reduction on wet track / track edge Real
    Min No of Pitstops 0
    Required tyre type change 0
    Race finish delay 1m30s
    Visible damage off
    Mechanical Damage Light
    Slipstream Strength Real
    Car Selection Garage
    Car filters Filter by Country Germany
    Manufacturer
    Mercedes

    PP 588
    Max Power Limit 465 Bhp
    Minimum Weight 1350
    Drive train Any
    Tyre's RH or less
    Nitrous Prohibited
    Vehicle Tuning Allowed
    Skid Recovery force Prohibited
    Active steering Prohibited
    Active Stability Management ASM Available
    Driving Line Available
    Traction control Availablle
    ABS Available

    Drivers Pre-race briefing will posted before each race.

    Race Room settings
    Weather at race start ..........
    Time .........
    Time progression.........
    Weather changeability ...........
    Surface water at start .........


    Event organisers have the right to change any rules or settings in the event of circumstances and fairness
    4 No Qualifying
    Drivers from each of 5 groups will be lined up on the grid in group order and in the reverse points order listed in the championship standings.

    Drivers please read the PRE RACE BRIEFING posted on the forum.


    Event organisers have the right to change any rules or settings in the event of circumstances and fairness
    5 Race Start Procedure
    The Race Briefing will be posted on the Saturday before Race on Monday.

    At 19.00 the room will be reset and all cars will be called to load to the pitbox only.
    Drivers will have their car specs checked.
    After this time no car can leave the pitbox until called.


    THE CARS WILL BE CALLED OUT IN GROUP ORDER BY DRIVER NAMES -

    EACH DRIVER CALLED MUST LEAVE THE PIT BOX AND DRIVE HALF WAY AROUND THE TRACK AND PARK BEHIND THE DRIVER CALLED OUT AHEAD OF HIM -

    GROUP 5 DRIVERS WILL BE CALLED OUT FIRST FOLLOWED BY GROUPS 4 , 3 , 2 , AND 1

    WHEN ALL DRIVERS PARKED ON TRACK IN THE CORRECT ORDER CALLED OUT THE RACE WILL BE STARTED


    The RACE start Time and the Actual RACE GO Time for each group will be posted in the Briefing.

    This will can vary at each race, and will be posted on the pre race briefing post.


    THE TIMES FOR EACH GROUP TO LEAVE THE GRID TO RACE
    WILL BE POSTED - THE TOTAL TIME CLOCK IN THE TOP RIGHT SHOULD BE USED.

    LIGHTS GO GREEN - GROUP 5 RACE FROM THE GRID

    1m 30s GROUP 4 RACE FROM THE GRID

    THE REMAINING DRIVERS ON THE GRID TO MOVE TO ONE SIDE - POSTED IN BRIEFING

    2m 30s GROUP 3 RACE FROM THE GRID

    3m GROUP 2 RACE FROM THE GRID

    3m 30s GROUP 1 RACE FROM THE GRID


    THE RACE GAME TIME FOR START AND GO FOR EACH GROUP
    WILL BE POSTED ON THE FORUM BEFORE EACH RACE.


    Event organisers have the right to change any rules or settings in the event of circumstances and fairness
    6 Delays & Postponement
    If a race has been delayed by more than 30 minutes - caused by server or connection issues
    it will be postponed until the following week.

    Event organisers have the right to change any rules or settings in the event of circumstances and fairness
    7 Championship Points Scoring
    Any driver that is entered into the race that has a DNF or DC or NO SHOW counts as no score,
    Only drivers finishing on the final results screen will score points.


    POINTS AVAILABLE FOR FULL 16 SHOWN ON FINAL RESULTS SCREEN

    -1st place = 25 points
    -2nd place = 20 points
    -3rd place = 18 points
    -4th place = 16 points
    -5th place = 14 points
    -6th place = 12 points
    -7th place = 10 points
    -8th place = 9 points
    -9th place = 8 points
    10th place = 7 points
    11th place = 6 points
    12th place = 5 points
    13th place = 4 points
    14th place = 3 points
    15th place = 2 points
    16th place = 1 point

    Drivers with equal points will be as follows.
    1 - Highest result in a race then subsequent results.
    2 - If still equal the the first driver to achieve the highest result.


    Event organisers have the right to change any rules or settings in the event of circumstances and fairness
    8 Championship Prizes
    Drivers prizes for final championship standings to paid by Amazon E vouchers

    Prizes individual drivers

    1st - £20 Amazon e voucher
    --2nd -£15 Amazon e voucher
    ---3rd - £10 Amazon e voucher
    ----4th - £5 Amazon e voucher


    Event organisers have the right to change any rules or settings in the event of circumstances and fairness
    9 Handicap System for Settings
    PP 588
    Max Power Limit 465 Bhp
    Minimum Weight 1350
    Drive train Any
    Tyre's RH or less
    Nitrous Prohibited
    Vehicle Tuning Allowed
    Skid Recovery force Prohibited
    Active steering Prohibited
    Active Stability Management ASM Available
    Driving Line Available
    Traction control Availablle
    ABS Available

    The RACE start Time and the Actual RACE GO Time for each group will be posted in the Briefing.

    Event organisers have the right to change any rules or settings in the event of circumstances and fairness
     
    Last edited: Mar 24, 2016
  2. Stephen Vann

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    10 Championship Points Standings

    After week 10 of 10 weeks

    Pos---Total-----Driver


    -1---------163--JONJIG CHAMPION :gtpflag:
    -2---------137---AUGH
    -3---------118----LOGIC
    -4---------114-----DANIEL
    -5---------104------BEN
    -6---------095-------JFROD
    -7---------091--------DELTA
    -8---------083---------GU1TAR
    -9---------055----------STAR
    10---------050-----------ERAZER
    11---------036------------GTB2
    12---------032-------------SLOW
    13---------029--------------FILIPINO
    14---------025---------------PEES
    15---------023-------------GRIN
    16---------020------------ERDINK
    17---------019-----------DAVEISON
    18---------018---------GTSAIL
    19---------016--------FRANCIS
    20---------014-------GUEVEN
    21---------011------JHEPBURN
    22---------010-----BMW
    23---------010----NIKM
    24---------008---SAMDIGBY
    25---------008--TNT2000


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    11 Points scored at each round chart

    WEEK-----1------02----03----04-----05----06-----07----08-----09----DROPPED---TOTAL---10---FINAL
    TRACK---TRI----TOK---SIL---MON--SAR---SUZ---IND---MTP---GRV------PTS---------PTS---SPA---PTS

    JONJ------25----12----20-----20----25-----16----16----00-----16--------12--------138-----25---163
    AUGH-----18----18----00-----18----16-----25----12----20-----00--------00--------127-----10---137
    LOGI------12----14----09-----14----14-----20----18----12-----07--------16--------104-----14---118
    DANL------00----00----25-----25----20-----12----00----14-----06--------00--------102-----12---114
    BEN-------00----00----00-----12----12-----14----25----07-----25---------00--------95------09---104
    JFROD-----14----16----00-----09----10-----00----14----18-----14---------00--------95-----00----95
    DELT-------08----00---12-----00-----18----00-----00----25-----12--------00---------75-----16----91
    GU1T------09----10----08-----10----09-----09-----00----10-----00--------00---------65-----18----83
    STAR------20----20----10-----00----00-----00-----00----00-----00--------00---------55------00---55
    ERAZ------16----00----18-----16----00-----00-----00----00-----00--------00---------50------00---50
    GTB--------00----00----00----00----00-----00-----20----16-----00--------00---------36------00---36
    SLOW------00----25----07----00----00-----00-----00-----00----00--------00---------32------00---32
    FILIP-------00----00----00-----00----00-----00-----00----00-----09-------00----------9-------20---29
    PEES-------07----00----00-----00----00----10-----00-----00-----00-------00---------17------08---25
    GRIN-------00----00----05-----00----00----18-----00-----00-----00-------00---------23------00---23
    ERDI-------00----00----00-----00----00-----00----00-----00------20------00---------20------00---20
    DAVE------00----00----00------00----00----00----00------09-----10-------00---------19------00---19
    GTSA------00----00----00------00----00----00-----00-----00-----18-------00---------18------00---18
    FRAN------00----00----16------00----00----00-----00-----00------00-------00--------16------00---16
    GUEV------00----00----14------00----00----00-----00-----00------00-------00--------14------00---14
    JHEP-------00----00----06------00----00----00-----00-----00------05-------00--------11------00---11
    BMW-------00----00----00-----00-----00----00-----10-----00------00-------00--------10------00---10
    NIKM-------10----00----00-----00-----00----00-----00-----00------00-------00--------10------00---10
    SAMD------00----00----00-----00-----00----00-----00-----08------00-------00---------8-------00---8
    TNT2-------00----00----00-----00-----00----00-----00-----00------08-------00---------8-------00---8



    Event organisers have the right to change any rules or settings in the event of circumstances and fairness

    12 Calendar & Individual Results

    WEEK 1 Mon 8th Feb

    Pos--Total---Driver----GROUP

    -1st------25----------JONJ-------------3
    -2nd-----20----------STAR-------------2
    -3rd------18---------AUGH-------------1
    -4th------16---------ERAZ--------------1

    -5th------14---------JFRO--------------3
    -6th------12---------LOGI--------------4

    -7th------10---------NIKM--------------1
    -8th------09---------GU1T--------------4
    -9th------08---------DELT--------------4
    10th------07--------PEES---------------4

    Group delay start times
    Group 5: +000 sec---GO AT GREEN -----: 00:00.000
    Group 4: +090 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 01:30.000
    Group 3: +130 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 02:10.000
    Group 2: +180 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:00.000
    Group 1: +210 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:30.000


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    WEEK 2 Mon 22nd Feb Tokyo 242

    Pos--Total---Driver----GROUP

    -1st------25----------SLOW------------3
    -2nd-----20----------STAR-------------2
    -3rd------18----------AUGH------------1
    -4th------16----------JFRO-------------3
    -5th------14----------LOGI-------------4
    -6th------12----------JONJ-------------2
    -7th------10----------GU1T------------4


    Group delay start times
    Group 5: +000 sec---GO AT GREEN -----: 00:00.000
    Group 4: +090 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 01:30.000
    Group 3: +130 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 02:10.000
    Group 2: +180 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:00.000
    Group 1: +210 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:30.000

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    WEEK 3 29th Feb Silverstone GP Dry Race starts at 12:00 game time

    Pos--Total---Driver----GROUP

    -1st------25----------DANL------------5
    -2nd-----20----------JONJ-------------3

    -3rd------18----------ERAZ-------------1
    -4th------16----------FRAN-------------5
    -5th------14----------GUEV-------------5

    -6th------12----------DELT-------------4
    -7th------10----------STAR-------------2
    -8th------09----------LOGI-------------4
    -9th------08----------GU1T-------------4
    10th-----07----------SLOW-------------2

    11th-----06----------JHEP-----------5
    12th-----05----------GRIN-------------4

    Group delay start times
    Group 5: +000 sec---GO AT GREEN -----: 00:00.000
    Group 4: +090 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 01:30.000
    Group 3: +130 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 02:10.000
    Group 2: +180 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:00.000
    Group 1: +210 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:30.000

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    WEEK 4 Mon 7th March Monaco Dry Race

    Pos--Total---Driver----GROUP

    -1st------25----------DANL------------4
    -2nd-----20----------JONJ-------------3
    -3rd------18----------AUGH------------1
    -4th------16----------ERAZ-------------1
    -5th------14----------LOGI-------------4

    -6th------12----------BENM------------4
    -7th------10----------GU1T-------------4
    -8th------09----------JFRO-------------3

    Group delay start times
    Group 5: +000 sec---GO AT GREEN -----: 00:00.000
    Group 4: +090 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 01:30.000
    Group 3: +130 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 02:10.000
    Group 2: +180 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:00.000
    Group 1: +210 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:30.000

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    WEEK 5 Mon 14th March Le Sarth 2013 Dry Race starts at 12:00 game time

    Pos--Total---Driver----GROUP

    -1st------25----------JONJ-------------3
    -2nd-----20----------DANL------------3
    -3rd------18----------DELT-------------4

    -4th------16----------AUGH------------1
    -5th------14----------LOGI-------------4

    -6th------12----------BENM------------4
    -7th------10----------JFRO-------------3

    -8th------09----------GU1T-------------4

    Group delay start times
    Group 5: +000 sec---GO AT GREEN -----: 00:00.000
    Group 4: +090 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 01:30.000
    Group 3: +130 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 02:10.000
    Group 2: +180 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:00.000
    Group 1: +210 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:30.000

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    WEEK 6 Mon 21st March Suzuka 2014 Wet Race

    Pos--Total---Driver----GROUP

    -1st------25----------AUGH------------1
    -2nd-----20----------LOGI-------------4

    -3rd------18----------GRIN-------------4
    -4th------16----------JONJ-------------3
    -5th------14----------BENM------------4
    -6th------12----------DANL------------3
    -7th------10----------PEES-------------4
    -8th------09----------GU1T-------------4


    Group delay start times
    Group 5: +000 sec---GO AT GREEN -----: 00:00.000
    Group 4: +090 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 01:30.000
    Group 3: +150 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 02:30.000
    Group 2: +180 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:00.000
    Group 1: +210 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:30.000
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    WEEK 7 Mon 4th April Indionapolis Road Course

    Pos--Total---Driver----GROUP

    -1st------25----------BENM------------4
    -2nd-----20----------GTB---------------5

    -3rd------18----------LOGI-------------4
    -4th------16----------JONJ-------------3
    -5th------14----------JFRO-------------3

    -6th------12----------AUGH------------1
    -7th------10----------BMW-------------5


    Group delay start times
    Group 5: +000 sec---GO AT GREEN -----: 00:00.000
    Group 4: +090 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 01:30.000
    Group 3: +150 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 02:30.000
    Group 2: +180 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:00.000
    Group 1: +210 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:30.000
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    WEEK 8 Mon 11th April Mount Panorama :Dry: Race start track time 06:00

    Pos--Total---Driver----GROUP

    -1st------25----------DELT-------------4
    -2nd-----20----------AUGH------------1
    -3rd------18----------JFRO-------------3

    -4th------16----------GTB---------------5
    -5th------14----------DANL------------3
    -6th------12----------LOGI-------------4

    -7th------10----------GU1T-------------4
    -8th------09----------DAVE-------------3
    -9th------08----------SAMD------------4
    10th-----07----------BENM------------3
    Group delay start times

    Group 5: +000 sec---GO AT GREEN -----: 00:00.000
    Group 4: +090 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 01:30.000
    Group 3: +150 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 02:30.000
    Group 2: +180 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:00.000
    Group 1: +210 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:30.000

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    WEEK 9 Mon 18th April Grand Valley Dry Race

    Pos--Total---Driver----GROUP

    -1st------25----------BENM------------4
    -2nd-----20----------ERDI-------------4
    -3rd------18----------GTSA------------4
    -4th------16----------JONJ-------------3
    -5th------14----------JFRO-------------3

    -6th------12----------DELT-------------3
    -7th------10----------DAVE------------3
    -8th------09----------FILIP------------4
    -9th------08----------TNT2-------------4
    10th-----07----------LOGIC------------4
    11th-----06----------DANL----------3

    12th-----05----------JOHN-------------5
    Group delay start times

    Group 5: +000 sec---GO AT GREEN -----: 00:00.000
    Group 4: +090 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 01:30.000
    Group 3: +150 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 02:30.000
    Group 2: +180 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:00.000
    Group 1: +210 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:30.000
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    2 DROPPED SCORES DEDUCTED FROM POINTS
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    WEEK 10 Mon 25th April Spa
    Game Race time 12.00
    The Race settings would be

    Weather at race start 20%
    Time 12.00
    Time progression X1
    Weather changeability X15
    Surface water at start 10%

    Pos--Total---Driver----GROUP

    -1st------25----------JONJ-------------3
    -2nd-----20----------FILIP------------4
    -3rd------18----------GU1T------------4

    -4th------16----------DELT-------------4
    -5th------14----------LOGIC-----------4
    -6th------12----------DANL------------3
    -7th------10----------AUGH---------1
    -8th------09----------BENM---------3
    -9th------08----------PEEN-------------4

    Group delay start times
    Group 5: +000 sec---GO AT GREEN -----: 00:00.000
    Group 4: +090 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 01:30.000
    Group 3: +150 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 02:30.000
    Group 2: +180 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:00.000
    Group 1: +210 sec---GO AT TOTAL TIME: 03:30.000
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    Last edited: Apr 26, 2016
  3. Stephen Vann

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    13 DRIVER SIGNUPS & GROUPS

    Group 1
    Erazer Psn: Trl_Erazer GTP: @TRL_Andromeda Blue 13 - STEWARD
    Aug PSN: aughablo GTP: @DrAug Black 91
    Nik PSN: Nik_Makozi GTP: @Nik_Makozi White 7
    Chris PSN: xChris93_ GTP: @xChris93_
    Ayhan PSN: TLR_Ayhancan GTP @Ayhancan1998
    Gippone PSN: gprili GTP: @gippone


    Group 2
    Star PSN: J_Starscream GTP: @J_Starscream
    Slow PSN: Slowcaptain00 GTP: @slowcaptain00
    Sken PSN: skengdigi GTP: @SkengD ----- 3
    Filo PSN: TNR_FILO GTP: @TNR_KING_FILO
    Glen Alz PSN: Glen-Alz-81 GTP: @Glenalz81
    Lozza PSN: lozzaiscool GTP: @lozzaiscool
    Phaed PSN: PhaedrusSocrates GTP: @PhaedrusSocrate

    Group 3
    Jon psn: GTP_Jonjig GTP: @GTP_Jonjig Gold 83
    Jfrod PSN: jfrod52 GTP: @Jfrod ORANGE 10
    Daniel1990 PSN: Daniel1990-25 GTP: @Daniel199025
    Dave PSN: Daveisonfire GTP: @DaveMorganJr
    Rono PSN: rono_thomas GTP: @rono_thomas
    Srt PSN: MrRacingline GTP: @SRT DK Racing Silver 71
    Mikey Psn: Mikey_2412 GTP:


    Group 4
    Logic PSN: Logicline GTP: @Stephen Vann Lime 16 - STEWARD / DIRECTOR
    Ben PSN: BenMillard GTP: @BenMillard
    Samdigby PSN: Samdigby
    GtSail PSN : Gtsail3 @GTsail290
    Gueven PSN: gueven-zappelt GTP : @Gueven Art
    Wack PSN: wackashack GTP : @wackashack
    Gu1 PSN: gu1tar3rich GTP: @richroo Blue 31
    Delta PSN: DeltaJulietMike GTP: @DeltaJuliet GREEN 37
    Danni PSN: Danni_Boi181295 GTP: @Dan181295 Black 18
    Grin PSN: The_Grinreeper
    Pee PSN: PeestationNowork GTP: @PetrH Grey 69
    TNT PSN: T-n-T-2000 GTP: @RodeRuner1967
    Jiles PSN: MrJiles93 GTP: @Gilcrow
    Walker PSN: Walker177mark2 GTP: @Walker177mrk2
    Fili PSN: filipino1234 GTP: @filipino1234
    Erdink PSN: Erdink GTP: @fred121
    Wonski312 PSN: Wonski312 GTP: @wonski312


    Group 5
    Jamy PSN: jamsy GTP: @alainsenna
    Francis PSN: francisjessica GTP : @major racer Orange 8
    Jibber PSN: jibberjabber14 GTP: @jibberjabber1 Purple 89
    DeaJay47 PSN: DeaJay47
    John Hepburn PSN: JohnHepburn
    Scott PSN: Scottmutineer
    Elefant PSN: Elefant_650 GTP: @Ade Till Red 73
    Jake PSN: RacingAtHome GTP: @jake2013guy
    Tube psn: Tubedezza GTP: @TUBE dezza
    CC PSN: CC11ANNE GTP: @CC11ANN
    Prenta PSN: Prenta GTP : @prenta
    Gtb2012 PSN: GTB2012 GTP: @GTB2012GT3 2
    BMWM3csi PSN: BMWM3csi GTP:


    Groups above do not necessary reflect on the drivers outright pace only -
    But on overall race results distance taking into account accidents -
    Driver groups can be changed by stewards if deemed to be unfair -
    Race start positions will also be adjusted for each track and be kept to fair gaps -
     
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    14 TUNES & LAPTIME HELP


    DR AUG'S IMPROVE YOUR LAPTIMES



    ERAZERS TUNE ADJUMENTS

    ERAZERS TUNE GUIDLINES

    if its too loose for you, increase rear dowbforce a bit
    If its still too loose under acceleration, decrease LSD acceleration sensitivity
    If its still too loose under braking, increase LSD deacceleration
    If its still too loose, increase initial LSD (I do not recommend this, as it kills rotation)


    Max ride height: more grip and traction, but slow top speed and acceleration.
    Min ride height: less grip, but better top speed and acceleration.
    This means that max front and min rear gives more rotation.

    Max spring rate: less grip, but reacts to steering input faster, thus giving you more turn in and control.
    Min spring rate: more grip, but reacts to steering input slower, thus giving you less turn in and control.
    This means that min front and max rear gives more rotation.

    dampers react the same way as springrate, but its much better to keep dampers at 1 and adjust springrate instead. as long as you dont go to extreme values, dont bother with the game's instructions that dampers should be adjusted accordingly to springrate. (it is very true in real life, but in GT6 its not needed).

    Max ARB gives more grip.
    Min ARB gives less grip.
    ARB is interesting though, because if lowering a ARB, the grip increases on that axle, but if you lower both axles, the total grip is lower, not higher...

    Camber delays the grip, just as in real life, but in contrast to real life, it does not get better when under load.
    So 0/0 is pretty much always prefered, only exception is heavily understeering cars, then you can use rear camber to make the rear step out to get it to slide a little, but its a last resort, if everything else fails.

    Toe is great for adjusting car behavior.
    negative front toe increases rotation, but can make the car behave wierd on turn in
    positive front toe reduces rotation, but makes it smoother on entry.

    negative rear toe increases rotation (heavily), a huge benefit on entry and mid turn, but it can kill traction out of corners. all FWD cars will benefit from this as they dont need rear traction. 4WD will also benefit from this because of their great traction capabilities. The Chapparall 2J is another car that needs huge ammount of negative rear toe, due to its fan system giving it traction.
    positive rear toe kills rotation, but helps with stability

    Short rear toe guide:
    FWD: -1.00
    4WD -1.00 - -0.60
    Stable RWD cars: -0.60 - 0.00
    unstable RWD cars 0.00 - +0.30


    OTHER TUNES
    SLS AMG GT3 '11 -

    Suspension (ii) SOFT:

    75 / 75
    15.26 / 18.43
    1 /3
    2 / 4
    6 / 5 (use 7 / 6 for bumpy tracks)
    0.5 / 0.5
    -0.15 / +0.05

    Suspension (ii) MEDIUM:
    65 / 65
    19.45 / 22.74
    3 / 4
    4 / 5
    4 / 3
    0.5 / 0.5
    -0.10 / +0.20

    Suspension (iii) HARD:
    65 / 65
    23.11 / 26.64
    5 / 6
    6 / 7
    2 / 1
    0.5 / 0.5
    -0.10 / +0.20


    Brakes:
    4 / 5 (adjust to suit your style -
    higher front = more stability & less turn in,
    lower rear = more turn in less stability)

    LSD:
    8
    11
    15 (adjust to suit style - lower = more lift off turn in / oversteer, higher = less / understeer)

    Aero:
    375 / 625 - medium balanced setting

    NOTE:
    Aero and gears will always need to be adjusted to each track. I always use stock aero and gears for testing, but would adjust accordingly for each track.

    ====================

    unreinforced body
    brakes 5 - 6

    72 - 75
    16.18 - 18.00
    1 - 3
    2 - 4
    3 - 5
    0.6 ~ 0.4
    -0.15 ~ +0.05

    Drivetrain 17 - 17 - 9
    Downforce 205 - 400

    First make sure the stage 3 engine tune is installed
    then reset the gear box to default
    set final drive to 3.850 & max speed to minimum
    then set each gear as below
    then put final drive to 2.500 ..
    1st-2813
    2nd-1944
    3rd-1442
    4th-1123
    5th-0.917
    6th-0.834
    FINAL GEAR 2.500


    ABS 1
    NO TC
    NO ASM

    ===================
    setup

    No Reinforcement

    brakes 5 - 6
    72 75
    16.18 18.00
    1 3
    2 4
    3 5
    0.5 0.4
    -0.20 +0.05


    transmission
    set gears to default

    move final drive to center position on SLS 4000
    then only by moving max speed slider get it so 6th gear is nearest you can get above 1000
    then move all gears manually to the right as far as they go.
    then only adjust the final drive gear for top speed.

    drivetrain
    13
    13
    10

    Engine stage 3 tune

    Areo 300 400

    ABS 1
    ASM 0
    TC 0

    ----------------------------------------------
    Another good setup
    UNREINFORCED
    TUNE STAGE 3

    BRAKES 5 -6
    RIDE 69 90
    13.83 - 1800
    2 - 3
    3 - 4
    1 - 5
    00 - 00
    0.00 0.00


    DRIVETRAIN
    13
    13
    16

    WING
    400 - 400


    ERAZERS SETUP & TUNE PAGE
    SLS AMG GT3 SPA:

    No body rigidity

    Suspension:
    Ride height: 75/55
    Spring rate: 13.83/23.00
    Dampers compression: 1/1
    Dampers extension: 1/1
    Anti-roll bars: 7/7
    Camber angle: 0.0/0.0
    Toe angle: -0.35/-0.15
    Brake balance: 4/3 (5/7 with ABS on)

    Transmisson:
    Set final gear to 3.850, then max speed to 200kmh.
    1'st: 3.794
    2'nd: 2.835
    3'rd: 2.340
    4'th: 1.965
    5'th: 1.664
    6'th: 1.412
    Final gear: 2.650

    Differential:
    Initial torque: 5
    Acceleration sensitivity: 13
    Braking sensitivity: 9

    Power:
    Engine Stage 3
    No oil change
    Power limiter 73.2%

    Body:
    Downforce: 400/420

    ERAZERS TUNE GUIDLINES


    if its too loose for you, increase rear dowbforce a bit (500)
    If its still too loose under acceleration, decrease LSD acceleration sensitivity
    If its still too loose under braking, increase LSD deacceleration
    If its still too loose, increase initial LSD (I do not recommend this, as it kills rotation)


    Max ride height: more grip and traction, but slow top speed and acceleration.
    Min ride height: less grip, but better top speed and acceleration.
    This means that max front and min rear gives more rotation.

    Max spring rate: less grip, but reacts to steering input faster, thus giving you more turn in and control.
    Min spring rate: more grip, but reacts to steering input slower, thus giving you less turn in and control.
    This means that min front and max rear gives more rotation.

    dampers react the same way as springrate, but its much better to keep dampers at 1 and adjust springrate instead. as long as you dont go to extreme values, dont bother with the game's instructions that dampers should be adjusted accordingly to springrate. (it is very true in real life, but in GT6 its not needed).

    Max ARB gives more grip.
    Min ARB gives less grip.
    ARB is interesting though, because if lowering a ARB, the grip increases on that axle, but if you lower both axles, the total grip is lower, not higher...

    Camber delays the grip, just as in real life, but in contrast to real life, it does not get better when under load.
    So 0/0 is pretty much always prefered, only exception is heavily understeering cars, then you can use rear camber to make the rear step out to get it to slide a little, but its a last resort, if everything else fails.

    Toe is great for adjusting car behavior.
    negative front toe increases rotation, but can make the car behave wierd on turn in
    positive front toe reduces rotation, but makes it smoother on entry.

    negative rear toe increases rotation (heavily), a huge benefit on entry and mid turn, but it can kill traction out of corners. all FWD cars will benefit from this as they dont need rear traction. 4WD will also benefit from this because of their great traction capabilities. The Chapparall 2J is another car that needs huge ammount of negative rear toe, due to its fan system giving it traction.
    positive rear toe kills rotation, but helps with stability

    Short rear toe guide:
    FWD: -1.00
    4WD -1.00 - -0.60
    Stable RWD cars: -0.60 - 0.00
    unstable RWD cars 0.00 - +0.30


    RONO TUNE
    BRAKE 5 - 6
    69 - 90
    13.83 - 18.00
    2 - 3
    3 - 4
    1 - 5
    0.0 0.0
    0.00 0.00


    13
    13
    16


    400 400
     
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    I moved your original thread here to maintain discussions of those that have already expressed interest.

    I'll lock this one and delete it in an hour or so. If there's anything you want moved just let me know.
     
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    You know I'm in if I'm not working. I'll be a reserve for this season Stephen. :)
     
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    Im in.
     
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    Put me as a reserve for this season logic. I'd love to be fully committed to the series, Mercedes is a cool car, but I'm currently committed to another series, alongside having quite a bit of real life stuff to sort out at the moment! I'll try to do the odd race if/when I can! Have fun with the series! I'll be following the results closely! :) Good luck to everyone! See you on track soon.
     
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    I will be racing not sure about colour yet i will take number 3
     
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    Its allowed to tune the suspension?
    PP 586?
    BHP 465?
     
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    moved
     
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    In. :tup:
     
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    Hey Stephen, did I read your car color right, lime and not pink? I don't know if I can handle chasing lime and not pink this season.
    I can race full time again. My work schedule changed to the evening shift, I have my mornings open now. :)
     
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    I'm in please :tup:
     
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    Thats great stuff TNT really pleased.

    Yes i have changed to Lime as our GTPSS entry is Pink.
     
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    Delta, what was your car colour and number again please ?
     
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    IN
     
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    I've just seen that you've changed the race time to 17:15 uk time. I will never be able to race at that time on a weekday as I'm still at work! Normally get home around 18:00 uk time :(

    So there isn't much point in having me as a reserve for this series. Hopefully I can race with you guys again in the near future before I go away! Good luck with the series! See you on track soon!
     
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    Sorry Loz, ity shopuld be 19.15 my mistake.
     
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    Ah ok! In that case I'm back to reserve then haha! :)
     
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    Sign me up and I'll check it out, I'll be the usual light blue colour with car number 93 :)
     
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    In!!
     
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    I'm "IN" for Spa :)
    I'll have my color decided by tomorrow. My number is the same every season, 67 :)
     
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    IN for Spa.
     
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