rFactor 2 Virtual Endurance Championship - Season 14 - Interest (1 Viewer)

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Quick notes on changes:
- Racestart will be set to 13:00 CET/CEST on saturday
- Participation points is given on racestart (exceptions can be made if its a matter of just showing up and escaping).
- New cars
- Cheaper season pass
- Limited divisions

Season 14 will continue with participation points, each team will receive these (depending on which division) and also points per finish. After every other round, the best and worst scored teams in each class from the last 2 races switch division. (and yes this means one championship per class). Only change here is that as soon as a team enters a race participation points are assigned.

We will be using the official Studio 397 endurance bundle. Furthermore wil we be using official and licensed tracks.

DPi Cadillac DPi-V.R*
LM-P2 Ligier
LM-P2 Oreca 07
LM-GTE Aston Martin Vantage
LM-GTE Chevrolet Corvette C7.R
LM-GTE Chevrolet Corvette C8.R
LM-GTE Ferrari F488
LM-GTE Porsche 911 RSR
* when you sign up a prototype you can apply for this car only.

Season Pass:
Similar to last seasons we require season pass, this is to cover expenses to a growing server farm, plugins, commentators, upgrades and other unforeseen updates, however we have reduced the price.
Each driver needs to purchase the Season Pass

IMPORTANT: You are able to gift this to a friend, go to the bottom of the account upgrade page and enter the person into the search box. Hit proceed and then choose the pass he/she should get. DO NOT just transfer money to paypal and ask for users to get upgraded - this will NOT be done!
Season pass´ are ready for purchase now.

Sign-Up Fee:
There is no sign up fee, however there is an ability to buy upgrades:
Basic sign up: No need to do anything but wait until sign up opens
Team deluxe: Early bird sign up - 24 hours ahead of sign up
Team premium: Early bird sign up - 48 hours ahead of sign up, submit livery 3 times during the season, decide what you want on the window file, 10 line up changes.

Required License:
  • Managers are not required to have a license to sign up a team. However, the team manager cannot race or gain access unless they have a license and a season pass.
  • Drivers must have at least License 4 (L4).
Multiple divisions will be used if we are oversubscribed. The entries into each division will be determined by previous results, on and off-track behaviour, ratings and pre-season performance. Also previous seasons dedication (show vs do not show) also weighs in. But we will host preseason events that will be used to make sure everyone will start in the correct division.
Every second race the last 2 races points gets calculated and divisions are re-sorted with standings (after the 2 races, not in total). See rules, points and participation points.
Remind you that lower tier divisions might not get a broadcast but timewise these divisions does cost significantly more time between races, being incident reviews and line up changes.

See above, we will host 1 or 2 pre-season events that will be used to evaluate our decisions.

Max Drivers and Teams:
Each division can hold between 40-45 teams. We will be limiting the division count and can close sign up as soon as we reach 1 or 2 full divisions.
Each team can have up to five drivers and one engineer (a special season pass is made for engineers, this is not used for drivers and cant be upgraded).

Team Manager Committee:
We will set up a special forum for team managers

20% of the season pass
will be shared between the winners of each class. Each class will have ONE overall winner.

- This is the premier class, and will only be used if a certain amount of LMP2 teams apply for the spot.
LM-P2 - 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, but also make sure you are not in the way of the faster class.
LM-GTE - This 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.

The constant talk about BOP will be ignored, we are doing our best to keep cars very close, and will continue to do so. You can pick ANY car you want, do not pick the slowest and then complain about it. Start BOP will be Season 13 BOP with the C8.R added to the mix as well. LMP2 class will be BOP´ed to be slower (as per 2021 regulations).

We will provide live coverage of our Division 1 race and division 1 ONLY!
For broadcast purpose each D1 driver/team must have a webcam and stream to a destination we ask - it will be browser based on our streaming software.

Opens August 1st at 12:00 CEST.
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.

Livery Submission:
Will close 25 August at 18:00 CEST.
  • We do NOT allow any fake sponsorships on cars, only use logo´s that you are allowed to use, we may require to see confirmation on this.
  • Follow albedo rules (basic: don't use RGB below 10, 10, 10 or above 220, 220, 220) (on each template there is a layer for this, place anything below this layer!)
  • Do not resize templates (4096x4096)
Car change:

- While we strive to have track marshall in divisions for all races, there can and probably will be periods with limited live track marshall - a track marshal cant add penalties, cant remove penalties - only review code 80's.
- While we also strive to broadcast D1 all season there could be clashes with real life job
- See "broadcasts" above, read it and understand it.
If you cant agree to the above and feel the need to complain about this, then dont sign up - if you sign up you agree to these terms and conditions!

rFactor 2

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Welcome to Season 14 - Please read through this first message as there is an explanation on how you sign up.
You wont be able to reply to this post, only use a link which is explained further down.

Numbers allowed:
DPi: 1-25*
LMP2: 26-50
GTE: 51-99
#1 is for last season overall champion - that is Varga Sim Racing
*If this class will be used

Leading zeros is NOT allowed, depending on division - your number might be changed
1-99 (Division 1)
200-299 (Division 2)

Our sign up application procedure goes as follow:
EXCEPTIONS: Team deluxe (July 31st at 12:00 CEST) and Team premium (July 30th at 12:00 CEST).

Every manager will be allowed to apply for a spot, which means everyone interested in signing up - will have to do so without having an invite - however teams known to VEC will have prio over new teams. All drivers must at have a SRC License 4 (or above).
  • No team registration fee - however there are a few expections (see introduction thread):
  • Drivers will need to aquire the VEC Season Pass before signing up, once you sign up we assign license to your drivers.
  1. July 30th at 12:00 CEST sign up application opens for Team pass Premium
  2. July 31st at 12:00 CEST sign up application opens for Team pass Deluxe
  3. August 1st at 12:00 CEST sign up applications opens
  4. This will be open until we reach enough for each division. We reserve the right to remove your entry or put it on a waiting list.
When you sign up your team, make sure your drivers are aware of the requirements:
They need to be a holder of L4 or above
They need to obtain the VEC Season pass
They will need to understand that they will be required to be available for interviews during the race (voice or cam in certain cases) or during the race months (written).

NOTE: We allow between 40-45 entries - if there is more we will do a Division 2 if there is more than 2 divisions we will decide if we need to close the entire sign up
Teams will be not be allowed to change class or car during a season - and teams can´t withdraw and enter a new team!

Please note ONLY THE MANAGER should sign up the team, as this person will automatically be assigned as manager by the forum. Please also note the TEAM UPGRADES, such as Deluxe and premium should be owned by the manager, you are able to gift the manager this upgrade.

Ready for season 13 signup? Go to our frontpage, click on VEC menu, find "Sign up" you will be redirected back to the forum where a form needs to be filled out.
  • We require at least team manager name, team name, number, 2 driver names and team logo and agreements on a few things.
Changes to line up is similar, go to our frontpage, click on the VEC menu and find "Line up change" (can only be used of a manager).
Available classes:

This is the premium class. You are only able to ask for a spot here, VEC reserves the right to move you to a more suited class (depending on incident and records at VEC). When you sign up for LMP2 you can say YES or NO to go for DPi if available.

This is the premium prototype class. Dont apply for a spot in this class - unless you are a familiar face to VEC.

This is the premium GT class, we would suggest only signing up to this class if your team has significant time to practice and/or is a top notch driver.


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- This is not a Free to enter championship.
- Signups opens in a few days


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Sep 21, 2016
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Definitely interested! I'd prefer an LMP2 over a GTE, but if we can only sign up for a GTE, I'm fine with that as well


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Jan 9, 2017
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Interrested as well. But have not checked dates yet.


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PreSeason 1 - 2 hours of Silverstone

11. September 2021
The season is about to start, the PreSeason event takes place on the Silverstone. We will be using this event to make sure our divisions are sorted in a maner that makes sure that every team will have a chance to fight equally fast teams in their respective division.
Anyone standing out will be moved up or down after the race.

PreSeason 2 - 2 hours of Silverstone

18. September 2021
This is a place holder for a 2nd event
The season is about to start, the second and final PreSeason event takes place on the Imola. We will be using this event to make sure our divisions are sorted in a maner that makes sure that every team will have a chance to fight equally fast teams in their respective division.
Anyone standing out will be moved up or down after the race.

Race 1 - 6 hours of Monza

9. October 2021
The Autodromo Nazionale di Monza is a historic race track near the city of Monza, north of Milan, in Italy. Built in 1922, it was the world’s third purpose-built motor racing circuit.

Race 2 - 8 hours of Spa

6. November 2021
The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps is a motor-racing circuit located in Stavelot, Belgium. It is the current venue of the Formula One Belgian Grand Prix, hosting its first Grand Prix in 1925, and has held a Grand Prix every year since 1985 (except 2003 and 2006).
Coordinates 50°26′14″N 5°58′17″E

Race 3 - 8/12 hours of TBA

8. January 2022
A yet to be announced track

Race 4 - 1000 miles of Sebring

12. March 2022
Sebring International Raceway is a road course auto racing facility in the southeastern United States, located near Sebring, Florida. Sebring Raceway is one of the oldest continuously operating race tracks in the U.S., its first race being run in 1950. Sebring is one of the classic race tracks in North American sports car racing, and plays host to the 12 Hours of Sebring.
Coordinates 27° 29′ 44.131″ N 81° 26′ 27.265″ W

Race 5 - 6 hours of Nurburgring

9. April 2022
The Nürburgring is a 150,000 person capacity motorsports complex located in the town of Nürburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It features a Grand Prix race track built in 1984, and a much longer Nordschleife “North loop” track which was built in the 1920s around the village and medieval castle of Nürburg in the Eifel mountains.
Coordinates 50°20’4.80″ N 6°56’30.59″ E

Race 6 - 24 hours of Le Mans

4. June 2022
The Circuit de la Sarthe is located in Le Mans, Sarthe, France, is a semi-permanent motorsport race course chiefly known as the venue for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Comprising private, race-specific sections of track in addition to public roads which remain accessible most of the year, its present configuration is 13.626 kilometres (8.467 mi) long, making it one of the longest circuits in the world.
Coordinates 47°56′15.7″N 0°13′32.2″E


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Oct 14, 2017
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Yes again. Both LMP2 and GTE are ok.

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