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OverTheLine
20-08-2015, 14:08
Hey all
Group page - http://steamcommunity.com/groups/chequeredflagendurance
Sign up sheet - http://steamcommunity.com/groups/chequeredflagendurance/discussions/3/528398719792382115/

Its official...i have gone insane i know, but i couldn't resist, after watching Chriss Harris race at the Nurburgring, i just had to make a event for us to compete on. This track is just...such a challenge and i love it the sheer scope of it and not knowing what will happen on the next cornr each time, lets get this grid up to create a diverse and amazing race. :)

Please read the following rules and regulations prior to signing up, by signing up you agree to the conditions and rules this race/group, and any breaches will be dealt with accordingly, this is done to promote fairness and fun for all. i hope you enjoy

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1) Event Layout

The event will be from the 04th - 06th September,
The race will take place is the 6th Septemeber

Practice -
will be done on Friday and Saturday - the servers will go up and down throughout these days, if you cannot make these then
why not practice solo? make sure to force realistic assists for your class.

Qualifying -
qualifying will take place on SUNDAY, the session will be 60 minutes long, qualifying session will take place at 1600 hours BST (15:00 GMT), all the results from
qualifying will be carried over to the Race session.

Races -

This race will use the in game "rolling start" - as clearly we cant do a warm up lap of the nurburgring...will be there for years.

The race will be on Sunday
The race will start at 1700 hours BST (16:00 GMT) - for your local time, use the time converter below.
The race will be 90 minutes long.
Fuel consumption will be normal (as this is the highest it can be)
Tyre wear will be x2,
time acceleration will be x2 - Rain will be implemented
Weather will be done in REAL TIME


time converter -
http://localtimes.info/difference/

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2) Sign Up -

Use this page to sign up for the race, all vehicles participating in this race will be GT3 vehicles, this includes any DLC packs, you can pick whatever you want.
Once you have agreed to sign up, please inform us of your vehicle choice and Car number

Examples - "im signing up for this race, ill be driving the aston martin - car skin #34" - or similar

In order to sign up, you must be a member of the group, and must agree to race fairly and cleanly with fellow competitors, see article (3) for further information.

for this race there will be
GT1 & GT1X - 8 slots (will be treated as class 1)
GT3 - 12 slots
GT4 - 12 slots
Total - 32 slots (max)



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3) Rules and Penalties


In order to ensure a fun, fair and competitive environment for all our players we feel that it is important that we lay out some rules to ensure that no-one is ever disadvantaged.

By joining our organised events you agree to the rules set out below.

-No car to car contact with the intent of causing damage to the other drivers car or race.

-Do not deliberately cut the track, track limits are the curbs and white lines. Letís try to keep at least 2 wheels within these boundaries at all times.

-Do not leave a vehicle parked on or close to the track

-Absolutely no blocking, blocking is not defending. We run the generally accepted rule of which, youíre allowed one change of line in the braking zone provided that the car behind hasnít already started an overtake attempt.

-Please respect blue flags, if leaders are lapping you donít try to race them. The overtaking car must wait behind the car ahead until they can overtake cleanly without risk.

-When rejoining the track, do so only when it is safe and you are not going to make another driver have to take avoiding action. Any incident that is caused by rejoining the track in an unsafe manner will be penalised heavily.


We as organisers canít monitor everyone's race at all times. If you are involved in an incident or see an incident we do need you to report it to us. This is IMPORTANT, please save your replay after the race.
We canít change between cars during a Project CARS replay so we need to see the incident from your point of view. If a report doesnít contain the replay file and the
time at which the incident occurred there will be no penalty.


Location of saved replays
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\userdata\xxxxxxx\234630\local\project cars\media


Penalties.
Again PCARS admin side leaves a lot to be desired. Weíre limited in what we can and canít do. What we can do are points penalties and warnings.

Minor rule infringement - 2 championship point penalty.
This will be for something small, ignoring blue flags or constantly exceeding track limits.

Medium rule infringement - 5 Championship point penalty.
This penalty is applied to more serious violations of the rules. Blocking without causing an accident, rejoining the track in an unsafe manner that doesnít cause an accident.

Major rule infringement - 15 Championship point penalty + 1 Warning
This penalty will usually be applied for causing an avoidable collision with another driver.
The following incidents will likely receive this penalty.
Blocking which leads to an accident. Rejoining in an unsafe manner which leads to an accident. Leaving a vehicle parked on or near the track.

If a driver receives a 3rd warning, they also receive a one race ban. They are not permitted to race at the next championship event and are therefore unable to score championship points.
If after serving the ban the driver is still receiving penalties his membership to the championship will be reviewed by the admins.


Trolling = Instant ban - Trolling is an action that is deliberately taken with the intent to cause damage or ruin someone's race.
I have played Iracing for a long time, and i have seen people deliberately take people out on the next corner because they had not had a clean overtake.
Regardless of what happens on the track...you must keep your cool. Taking them off on purpose due to their aggressive move will only get you an instant ban.
As above file the report, and they will be dealt with accordingly. The same goes for parking up stationary on the racing line, t
his will instantly be a auto ban with no warnings, if you have a technical issue, move your vehicle to the side of the road as best as possible. There are no excuses.


Admins hold the right to give a permanent ban to any driver who shows vagrant disregard for our rules and the enjoyment of the other competitors.


Submitting an incident report:
You can submit an incident report to any of our admins, be that OverTheLine or Rirdeg
It must contain the following for it to be reviewed.

The names of the drivers involved
A written account of what occurred
A link to the replay file from the race
The time at which the incident occurs within the replay.

This information will be reviewed by our admins who will judge if a penalty needs to be applied and if so what severity.



Once again the rules laid out above are simply to ensure that everyone has an enjoyable experience in our events and weíre sure that all of our
members will be able to race within these rules. If you have any questions regarding the rules and/or penalties please contact one of our admins
and they will be able to help.

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4) Assists

Assists for this championship are restricted to in car Abilities only. the only ones that are allowed are ABS, Stability Control, and Traction Control, all other assists
are not allowed to be run

This rule applies to all sessions. you may think this is unfair, however we believe practice makes perfect. if you learnt to handle the car without any
in game assists (steering etc) then you will thank us when you have learnt to go faster without them even enabled. get practicing :)

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5) Communication - Mumble server

If you wish to have voice chat in your races. here are the Server details.

We use a service called Mumble - It is similar to TeamSpeak..but much cheaper, however the quality of comms..is just as good. Therefore we use this, currently, it allows for 25 racers to join, however if it is in high demand, i may increase the limit to allow for further members.

If you do not have Mumble, here is the link to the website - http://www.mumble.com/


Servername - [CFEG] Chequered Flag Endurance
Server Address - chequeredflagendurance.mumble.com
Port - 9383
Password - pushthelimit


We hope to see you there, and let the racing begin! :)

- OverTheLine