Greetings folks. The Racers Reunited Coupe Trinity Championship of 2017 provided tight, clean racing, and a tight Championship too, which Jammy eventually won. Time for a GT Sport version... The three Supercars in question are, Lambo Huracan LP610-4, McLaren MP4-12c, Ferrari 458 Italia. With 558BHP and 1552kg the McLaren is slightly slower than the Ferrari, set at 591BHP and 1514kg, which is slightly slower than the Lambo, delivering 638BHP and weighing in at 1450kg. Ideal! Tuning will be prohibited, but the weights/BHP can still be adjusted. In order to get the McLaren up to 1552kg you must 'level up' to level 4 in the settings. This allows the weight to be set at 115%. There will be eight weeks of racing, with two races per meet. The lap count for the first will be set so that it lasts around fifteen minutes. The cars will have S/M tyres, with fuel and tyre depletion set at No1. ** OWING TO THE DIFFICULTIES ON 13TH FEB, WE WILL INCORPORATE THE 2ND RACE FROM THAT MEET INTO THE MEETING ON 20TH FEB. ALL THREE RACES WILL BE SHORTER THAN USUAL IN ORDER FOR THIS TO TAKE PLACE.** The second race will have three times as many laps, and last around forty-five minutes, with fuel set at 1X and tyres at 4X. In that second race, both S/S and S/M tyres must be used, but you get only one set of S/S. You can start on either S/M or S/S, but once you have trashed your S/S, it's S/M for the rest of the race. Starting grid will be reverse of first race finish. The handicap will kick in after the first race of the series (for which everyone will use the Ferrari). Under the handicap, the fastest third of the drivers in the championship will drive the McLaren, with those who's results are in the lowest third being given the keys to the Lambo. The drivers in the mid field will use the Ferrari. The cars drivers are allocated may change from race to race, dependent upon his/her results. TRACKS: Week 1. Dragon Trail, Seaside. 7 laps, 21 laps. Week 2. Autodrome Lago Maggiore GP Reverse. 6 laps, 18 laps. McLaren at 93% power. Lambo at 106% power Week 3. Maggiore GP Reverse,12 laps. Kyoto Driving Park, Yamagiwa+Miyabi 4 laps and12 laps. Week 4. Alsace Village Reverse. 7 laps and 21 laps. Week 5. Dragon Trail, Seaside Reverse. 7 laps and 21 laps. Week 6. Autodrome Lago Magiore GP. Week 7. Kyoto Driving Park, Yamagiwa Reverse. 8 laps and 23 laps. Week 8. Alsace Village. 7 laps and 21 laps. The points system will be 15 for 1st, 13 for 2nd, 11 for third, then one less per place. There will be a bonus point for fastest lap. The results of your worst week will be discounted, allowing everyone to miss a week where necessary, without losing out too much. **DUE TO THE PROBLEMS IN WEEK TWO, THIS RULE WILL APPLY TO YOUR TWO WORST RACE SCORES, WHICH MAY BE ON TWO DIFFERENT WEEKS. BUT, IF SOMEONE DOES MISS A WEEK, THEN THEY ONLY DROP TWO SCORES.** And, when all the racing is over, the champion will be able to claim this magnificent trophy, lovingly crafted by my own fair hands from the very finest of random offcuts of wood... @jammy21 Come and defend your title! @numbnuts70 @AndreasR @lunchbox147 @buybon355 @IfAndOr @Sutsagrd @Team_SWE_1 @JockeP22 @Famine @Venari @SerenityRiver @qken @Mr Gear and anyone else who is prepared to commit to compete throughout the Championship, please indicate your interest. Oops, better mention room settings... the usual ... although, BoP, tuning prohibited. Gents, I feel the need to clarify the car specifications thing.Where a driver is allocated the McLaren, then he uses the McLaren with the power set at 93%, and weight set at 115%. When he is allocated the Ferrari, then he can use either the Ferrari, set at 105% power, and 102% weight, or (because the Ferrari can be tricky to drive) the McLaren set at 98% power and 112% weight. Those who are allocated the Lambo use that car set to 106% power and 102% weight. Cheers, Zo.