A Maximum of 15 teams can enter the WSRC with no more then 2 drivers. 1 driver cannot drive both cars.
This Championship is intended to be a team based competition. Teams of no more than two drivers will be entered into the series. a Total of 15 teams (30 divers) will participate in the championship. Before creating your own team. Please consider checking if there are teams with seats available before making your own.Drivers points will be given according to the chart below. Team points will be the combined points of both drivers in that team. 1st = 30
2nd = 28
3rd = 26
4th = 24
5th = 22
6th = 20
7th = 18
8th = 16
9th = 14
10th = 12
11th = 10
12th = 9
13th = 8
14th = 7
15th = 6
16th = 5
17th = 4
18th = 3
19th = 2
20th = 1
The first three days consist of three Qualifying sessions.
Qualifying for a race:
You can submit one qualifying lap for each session. You cannot recycle a hotlap from another event. It must be a fresh hotlap. Submition of a hotlap consists of a screenshot of the hotlap time, as you cross the line. Hotlap Submissions are final. Once you submit your hotlaps, no new hotlaps can be submitted for that session. This allows everyone two opportunities to improve their qualifying lap.
If you fail to submit a qualification lap for Q1 you are incurred a 10 grid position penalty or the bottom third of the qualifying grid if there is not a full field for the event. Further more; If you fail to submit a qualification lap for both Q1 and Q2 you are incurred a 20 grid position penalty or the bottom two thirds of the qualifying grid if there is not a full field for the event. As long as you submit a Q1 qualifying time, you will not be penalized for missing Q2 or Q3. If you fail to submit any hotlap for qualifying, you receive a DNQ (Did Not Qualify) and you will be placed at the back of the grid. with the appropriate grid disadvantage applied.
Hotlaps will be compiled to determine starting grid. Qualifying determines your overall finish time for the race. For each place you sit in the grid, you lose a tenth second in the overall race finish time. This is called Grid Disadvantage. So when all driver times are compiled after the race, you take their grid disadvantage and add that to their time.
There is a single point awarded to the driver who gets pole position.
2 = 0.1
3 = 0.2
4 = 0.3
5 = 0.4
6 = 0.5
7 = 0.6
8 = 0.7
9 = 0.8
BOP or Balance Of Power, is calculated by taking the the average finish time of each class and deducting that time from the slowest cars of that class.
if the class has four different cars, the times are split up between those cars.
The cars are listed from fastest to slowest in that order:(Group A) All McLaren P1's get their times averaged.
(Group B) All of the McLaren 720's get their times averaged
(Group C) All of the Lous 3-Eleven's get their times averaged
(Group D) All of the Corvette's get their times averaged
Group A times are (group D) -(group A) = (X)
Group B times are (group D) -(group B) = (Y)
Group C times are (group D) -(group C) = (Z)
(X) time is added to (Group A) times.
(y) time is added to (Group B) times.
(Z) time is added to (Group C) times.
Now we can categorize all the times in order from fastest to slowest, to get the final finishing results, for that class.
You must run a custom 10 lap race with one AI driver, to verify the class you are running in and record a screenshot of your final finish time. Late entries will be penalized by starting at the back of the grid with Grid Disadvantage points charged. You cannot recycle screenshots from a previous race.
If you fail to submit a hotlap for qualifying you will receive a DNQ (Did Not Qualify) and you will be placed at the back of the grid with the appropriate grid disadvantage applied .
If you submit a qualifying lap and don't submit your quickrace laps, then you suffer a DNS. (Did not Start)
All Submissions are final. Once you submit your files, no new files can be submitted for that event.
Note: Any deviation from these rules will result in a disqualification from the race.