Wednesday 12 December 2018

Website Issues


 F1_Racer68    12 Dec : 21:04
 None    Misc

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As you may have noticed, there are a few things missing from the website.

As you may have noticed, there are a few things missing from the website.

Unfortunately, some data corruption within the past 24 hours has resulted in a loss of some content from the site. Essentially, I have had to resort back to a backup from October 30th. This means that all forum posts, news articles, and polls done in the month of November have been irretrievably lost.

Steps have been taken to prevent this type of loss in the future.

We apologize for the inconvenience.
[Submitted by F1_Racer68]


Wednesday 17 October 2018

Round 2 - Long Beach Supplemental Regulations


 F1_Racer68    17 Oct : 21:15
 None    Project CARS

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Track specific Supplemental Regulations provide guidance to drivers for issues or details that are track specific in nature.

Track specific Supplemental Regulations provide guidance to drivers for issues or details that are track specific in nature. These Supplemental Regulations enhance the standing Sporting Regulations document by either expanding, or altering, the standings Sporting Regulations. They are considered as being "in addition to" the Sporting Regulations.

The following Supplemental regulations will apply for Round 2 of the CanAm IndyCar Series Presented by Sabai Technology.

Acceleration Zone

The official IndyCar accelleration zone will be used as outlined below and in the attached image.

  • Acceleration zone begins with the verticle START sign on the fence at Driver's left.
  • START sign is located just after the blue Port of Long Beach pedestian bridge
  • See large yellow arrow and yellow and red outline in image.
  • Pole sitter may accelerate at any point AFTER this sign, and will announce "GREEN, GREEN, GREEN" upon accelerating.
  • Drivers may accelerate as soon as they hear the green flag call, but may NOT pass another car until they have corssed the START/FINISH line. Accident avoidance and similar exceptions will be made. Use your judgement at the time and panel will review after the race to determine if it is considered a jumped start or not.

Acceleration Zone LB

Pit Exit Lane

The pit exit area is deemed as NOT racing surface. Drivers on the track MUST remain to the left of the pit exit lane markings.

Drivers exiting the pit must remain to the right of the pit exit lane markings. Note that the pit exit lane goes all the way to the end of the second set fo doubel yellow lines as indicated by the green arrow in the attached image.

Drivers will be considered to be in violation of track limits if:

  • An on track driver allows his right side tires to fully cross the pit exit lane line in post race review
  • A driver exiting the pits crosse the pit exit lane markings before the end of the marked line. This will be penalized automatically within the game, and will result in a drive through penalty each time. Enough violations will result in a potential DQ by the game.
  • Any on track driver causing an incident with a car exiting the pits will face post race penalties per Sporting Regulations.

Pit Exit

These are the extent of the Supplemental Regulations for the Long Beach event.
[Submitted by F1_Racer68]


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