SGTC 2014 - Calendar

Discussion in 'SGTC 2014 (finished)' started by Robert Wiesenmüller, Jun 4, 2014.

  1. Robert Wiesenmüller Licensed Driver

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    Calendar:
    Test Race 1 - tba - 29.6.2014 - open format
    Test Race 2 - tba - 13.7.2014 - 1x tba laps
    Round 1 - Suzuka - 27.7.2014 - 2x 18 laps
    Round 2 - Okayama - 10.8.2014 - 2x 28 laps
    Round 3 - Zhuhai - 24.8.2014 - 2x 24 laps
    Round 4 - Donington - 7.9.2014 - 2x 32 laps
    Round 5 - Spa-Francorchamps - 21.9.2014 - 2x 15 laps
    Round 6 - Portimao - 5.10.2014 - 2x 22 laps
    Round 7 - Autopolis - 19.10.2014 - 2x 22 laps
    Round 8 - Fuji - 2.11.2014 - 2x 22 laps

    Race Format:
    17:00 GMT: Free Practice
    17:30 GMT: Broadcast Start
    17:40 GMT: Qualifying 1 S1
    17:50 GMT: Qualifying 1 S2 (Superpole) *
    17:55 GMT: Warm-Up
    18:00 GMT: Race 1
    18:40 GMT: Qualifying 2 S1
    18:50 GMT: Qualifying 2 S2 (Superpole) *
    18:55 GMT: Warm-Up
    19:00 GMT: Race 2

    *= To be tested during the test events.

    - Standing start
    - Formation lap
    - No Parc Ferme
    - No mandatory pitstops
    - Keep pit speed limit in qualifying and race, pit speed limit fixed at 80 unless stated otherwise
    - You can escape on track without having to stop
    - Ingame drivethroughs will not be removed
  2. Matthew Allington Licensed Driver

    2 qualifyings per race? :confused:
  3. Rob Taplin Licensed Driver

    I assume similar to motogp. so all 20-30 cars do first part, then top ten at end of part 1 do a 1 lap shootout to get top 10 positions.
  4. Joshua Anderson Licensed Driver

    Nice. :) I like Donington, maybe I can succeed there. :p
  5. Robert Wiesenmüller Licensed Driver

    Indeed! But we will first test it during the testraces if it is really realistic and unproblematic. Otherwise we consider doing a 15 minute session for race 1, and for race 2... no idea, another 15 minutes or some new form of partial reverse grid.
  6. Matthew Allington Licensed Driver

    Oh cool - the SRP admins have been trying that with their Flat6s and, session lengths aside, I've not really seen any problems with the format ;)

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