Project CARS 2 Newbie Race Night - 26th May 20:00 UTC - Completed (1 Viewer)

Laserbeak43

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Hello!!!
I'll be taking over for @Daza for the time-being...so here we go!


Newbie Race Night
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Date/Time: Saturday Night 26th May @ 20:00 UTC

Two Race Format (Non-Ranked Race)

From now on the following changes will be made:

1# No practice session (A dedicated server named "House of Speed - Newbie Nite Practice" will have the track and car rotation that is freely-available to anyone.)
2# Qualifying is now extended to 20mins
3# Voice chat kept to racing related communication only (ie. leaving/entering pits, have spun on the track etc), no idle chatter.

Note to new drivers this is not an Induction session. Induction sessions are run on Tuesday nights at 18:30 UTC. This 'Newbie Race Night' is a community event run by community members.

Race 1
Track: Hockenheim Short
Class: Touring Car

Qualify: 20 mins
Race: 10 laps
Conditions: STANDING Start/Clear weather/Afternoon race with
Full Damage ON. (NO) Tuning allowed.


Race 2
Track: Zolder
Car: Ginetta G40 GT5

Qualify: 20 mins
Race: 10 laps
Conditions: STANDING Start/Clear weather/Afternoon race with
Full Damage ON. Tuning allowed.


Rules of the track will be same as per standard RSR track/conduct rules.

So on the night turn up on the RSR Teamspeak @ 19:50 UTC and we will go from there, there will be a server set up.

This Newbie night is for new drivers to improve their race craft with similar skilled drivers, with some experienced drivers in the mix too, so green wheel/experienced drivers are more than welcome to join in too.

Also for those who live outside of the UK here is a website that is useful to work out your UTC difference. Just enter your region and it will list some info; including how much you need to add or subtract to work out what the UTC will be in your country.
http://www.timebie.com/
You can also view the current time in UTC on the RSR Homepage.

Can I ask those interested please leave a comment if you think you will be able to make both races or just the one for an idea of grid start numbers. Late comers are welcome too on the night.

Note; Plans for the near future for Newbie Night, some more open wheel races coming up such as the Renault 3.5 racing on Spa, Hockenhiem GP and Nurburgring GP tracks. So stay tuned.

See you on the track!

Thanks
Laserbeak43
 
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Eugene Flerko

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Also for those who live outside of the UK here is a website that is useful to work out your UTC difference. Just enter your region and it will list some info; including how much you need to add or subtract to work out what the UTC will be in your country.
http://www.timebie.com/
You can also view the current time in UTC on the RSR Homepage.
Also you can set additional clock in windows:
Control Panel > Clock and Region > Date and Time (Add clocks for different time zones)
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In result you'll get this:
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Laserbeak43

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Why haven't I thought of that?! Going to add this to the next event. Thanks!
 

Ben Watkinson

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Should make it along with @Anto and also Maybe @JAMF
 

Antony Brown

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Total fail from me . Soz. Not at home. Not going to make it home either.
 

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