- Aug 28, 2020
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The Virtual Endurance Championship(VEC) is the official rFactor 2 Endurance Championship
What is Virtual Endurance Championship?
VEC is a virtual image of WEC, you team up with other drivers and race between 4-24 hour races in rFactor 2, with up to 43 drivers. They exist since 2008 and are the biggest endurance championship available in rFactor2.
Its smaller brother is the Virtual Le Mans Series, has only LMP2 & GTE and is only 4-8hrs per race.
Click here to get more info about the Virtual Le Mans Series
Opens August 4th at 15:00 CEST (Will be most likely booked out in minutes!)
After this date, we will review and post the final entry list on our website. Please note that drivers will be required to have the Season Pass by this point.
- License 5 & 4: Free
- VEC Season: 20€ per driver
- SRC Season pass: 25€ per driver
- Sign up (with your real name) on simracing.club (http://simracing.club/index.php?register/)
- Make a post in the "Introduce Yourself" according to the template (http://simracing.club/index.php?threads/introduce-yourself.177/)
- To able to participate in VEC: Absolve the SRC Academy and get promoted to License 4
- The most important requirement: FUN!
- Own a copy of rFactor 2
- Ping to Paris of <150ms and stable internet (exceptions see rules of the corresponding series)
There will be several mandatory practice sessions and a Pre-Season race, to ensure we make the correct decisions with the divisions.
LM-P2 - This is the premier class. You must be prepared to make multiple overtakes per lap on slower cars without putting others in danger. You must learn the art of timing your passes to lessen your time loss without affecting the races of others.
LM-P3 - This is the shortest step to the premier class. However, we do not encourage new drivers/teams to enter as a starting point. You will need the ability to pass slower cars and allow faster cars by. These are two critical skills for being safe and successful in multi-class racing.
LM-GTE - This class is the slowest of the 3. However, it is just as demanding as the other 2 classes, with less grip and a need to keep an eye on your mirrors. Spatial awareness and an ability to allow other cars to pass with minimal time loss are critical skills.
Your rFactor 2 Staff Team