Cars available (Group C):
Sauber Mercedes c9
(Only replica liveries can be used)
Each manufacture should be represented at least by two cars
Race day format:
– Races of 45 minutes except for Le Mans 1 hours and 15 minutes
– Qualifying 15 minutes except for Le Mans 20 minutes
– Rolling start with formation lap with 2 cars for row and in addition to 45 minutes of race. The drivers of first row do the pace in order to after the last corner of formation lap will last less than 45 minutes and 30 seconds at the finish of the race.
– Qualifying start at 21: 45 / 22 ( Rome o’clock).
Calendar ( in order):
1. Circuit de Spa_Francorchamps – 31 May
2. Autodromo Nazionale Monza – 7 June
3. Circuit de la Sarthe (Le Mans) – 14 June
4. Nurburgring Gp – 21 June
5. Brands Hatch – 28 June
6. WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca – 5 July
7. Suzuka Circuit – 12 July
7. Fuji International Speedway – 19 July
Rules and Information:
– Tyre compounds available: soft, medium, hard
– Fuel and tyres x4 both race and qualifying
– Abs on, Traction control on, fuel saving ( 1 – 6 ) mode on
– ESP off, ideal trajectory off, assisted braking off, assisted steering off
1st, 2nd, 3rd 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th classified drivers of each races take in order 25,18,15,12,10,8,6,4,2,1 points for drivers and manufacter standings.
If one manufacter has more than 2 drivers, the best classified drivers will take point for their manufacter ( for example: Sauber-Mercedes has 3 drivers and Mazda 2 drivers. If Sauber – Mercedes’ drivers have finished 1st, 7th and 8th and Mazda’s drivers 3rd and 11th in a race, Sauber- Mercedes driver that has finished 8th will take points for drivers standing but not for manufacter standing. Mazda driver that has finished 11th will not take points for driver standing but will take 1 point for manufacter standing.)
1 point for pole position
If one driver has been disconnected by the server after 50% of the race, the average of points corresponding the position he occupied at the end of each laps that he completed before he has been disconnected by the server, will do. If before 50%, the average will be divided by two.
( For example, If has been disconnected after 50% of the race and average is 23 ( 23> 21,5; 21,5 is half between 25 and 18) , he takes 25 points because he occupied more laps in 1st position than in 2nd position. If average is 20 ( 20< 21,5; 21,5 is half between 25 and 18), he takes 18 points bacause he occupied more laps in 2nd position than in 1st position. So, in the first case there will be two drivers that take 25 points one of them is the drivers tha has been disconnected; in the second case will be two drivers that take 18 points and one of them is the driver that has been disconnected. If he has been disconnected before 50% of the race, he takes 25÷2= 12,5 in the first case, 18÷2= 9 in the second case)
This method will be applied only for drivers disconnected by the server, not for drivers that choose to retire their car due to accidents that compromised their race result.