Moderator: rFactor 2 | GT Pro Admin
Entitled to start are all drivers who
- are assigned to a green license (see GT Pro Series | licenses),
- submitted a skin which matches the painting regulations (deadline: Sunday, March 17, 2019, 4 pm - local time in Germany).
data and server settings
training: 07:00 pm*
qualifying: 08:00 pm*
warm-up: 08:20 pm*
race start: 08:25 pm*
race duration: 75 mins
*local time in Germany
join period: training & warm-up
ingame - race start time: 05:00 pm
flags: black only
fuel consumption: normal
tire wear: normal
view: freely selectable
auto pilot: no
damage multiplier: 70%
driving aids: auto shift, auto clutch, traction control + ABS (via setup)
setup: freely selectable
real road preset: light or medium rubbered / natural progressing
start: rolling (standing start into the formation lap behind the pace car, flying start into the race)
time multiplier: normal
driver swap: not allowed
rejoin: allowed (for details see regulations C/§2/(2))
additional ballast: top8 drivers of the previous championship race
pit speed limit: 60 km/h
server: ! SR-U.net GT Pro Series
password: same as the one for the training server
- Marjan Kodermann: drive through-penalty*
- Martin Ulrik: drive through-penalty*
- Mike Horn: drive through-penalty*
==> *remember: Penalties have to be served within the first 15 race laps after formation lap.
specials and annotations
- The pit limiter line in Cleveland is red.
live timing / hotlaps
live timing (I)
live timing + hotlaps (II)
Weather Athens, Georgia USA
Conny i watched the scene in the replay, there was a contact on braking between you and me - so your car turned slowly in me and turned me to the right - i could not do anything - there was space, but so we both turned in direction of the wall.
The race was hurrible after a crash with a turning car - my splitter was damaged and the balance was gone. The rest was hard work...
The start was fine and after I get out of the smal sandwich I could hold my pace. While I tried to stay in Alex shadow I had a few nice laps with Marc until I tried to move away one of those white tire stacks. This worked out not very well and I was again happy that my car was still alive.
But I had to pit in very early and so I had to manage my fuel level over the last laps. In the end the gap to the next porition behind me was large enough to wait for the leader and finish after him, to avoid another lap.
Unfortunetly again a misstake which I could have avoided
"Not so bad"-pace in the race, but struggeling after few laps.
Changed tires because I did not want to watch for after the wear. Did enough mistage with the fresh ones.
Nearly lost my splitter/engine/whatever after hitting one tire"wall".
Last chicane was a nightmare. That are the type of chicanes, especailly on such short tracks, where I get unconcentrated and get slow/cut the chicane or hit the wall.
Did not happen this time.
Boring track/race more than survived.
Hate the next one. Don't like the Norisring. Yay...
But first is there a race the 2nd of april right? Is it known yet which track its gonna be?
Whats the reason for the track choice? I cant understand the made choices as there are so much better options available?
To visit the renewed Corse Motorsports website, click here: Corse Motorsports website.
But i like to give you very positive ratings to your professional league and organisation.
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I don’t have the time or energy to complain or open any protests.
I won’t be able to drive next race unfortunately, but I will be back after that.
Until then, drive safe out there.
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