This series is grand in scale, and is suited best to those who enjoy endurance racing using low powered cars with unique modifications. The best part is that car choice is pretty open, only limited to production cars that can have a roll cage installed. Full details of potential regulations are listed below. My goal was to make it so that the cars are fairly equal, without having a hard set of specifications for every car. And the way we do that is with a target lap time. For more information, check the details below. This thread is going to be pretty basic to start until we get closer to racing, so it is under construction.
The schedule will consist of 13 races across 15 weeks using real life circuits only. Most of them are 60 minutes in length, with three races being 90 minutes. We'll take a week off after each 90 minute race. All races will be on Sundays at a yet to be determined time slot. Tire/fuel wear will be set so that a minimum of one pit stop will be required. Standing start grid with false start check. Weather could be a factor!
As far as the cars go, here are the specifics:
- Production cars newer than 2000 with which a roll cage can be installed
- Max 600pp
- Sport Soft tires
- Any drivetrain allowed
- Front / Rear downforce parts
- Roll Cage
Then, each circuit will have a minimum target lap time. Your goal is to tune the car such that on an all-out qualifying lap, you should be as close to that time as possible without going over. Race pace will typically be within 1-2 seconds of this target time. This should get everyone fairly close and make for good racing.
I'll update this when I have more info, but if this interests you, please let me know!