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Rules, Settings, Points & Classification

Post by jeromef1 » Wed Mar 15, 2017 7:38 pm

All Official PRL Championship’s shall adhere to the site wide PRL Rules.  You can find those here:  Racing Rules.

SESSION SETTINGS
  • Race Day: Thursday
  • Starting Grid: Qualification Results
  • Weather: Dynamic Weather
  • Track State: 25%
  • Marbles:  Not cleaned between session
  • Server: US-MA
  • Car:  Pro Mazda
  • Setups: Open Setup
  • Start Type: Standings for Roads / Rolling for Ovals
  • Fast Repairs: 1
  • Assists: no assists, clutch only
  • Rules and flags: Local Course Cautions for roads / Full course cautions + Lucky dog for ovals
  • Max Incidents: 20
  • Max Fuel:  20%
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
  • iRating: no limit
  • Safety Rating: no limit
  • Must be a member of Precision Racing League on iRacing
  • It is mandatory to be on Teamspeak, if not, you could face in race penalties.
RULES FOR TEAMSPEAK AND IRACING'S RADIO AND TEXT CHAT
  • Teamspeak is the official channel for voice communication in this championship.
  • Use of iRacing's/Teamspeak's Voice and Text chat is not allowed during Qualifying and Race sessions unless absolutely necessary
    • Examples of allowed speak:
      • Watch out in turn 5. Car stopped on exit.
      • Sorry.
      • P5, overtake, I got heavy damage.
      • Number 66, pitstop
    • Examples of non-allowed speak:
      • Come on, what are you doing?
      • Sorry, but I didn't see you and...........
      • /(%¤)=/"#&%=("#%(&! (Rage)
      • Wow that was a nice battle!
  • Team radio is permitted during the race by using the whisper function of Teamspeak
  • You must wait all drivers complete the race to start post-race chat
  • All instructions given by the Event Organizer must be followed
CHAMPIONSHIP SCORING SYSTEM
  • Drivers must start the race and run a minimum of 10 minutes to receive points which will be determined by where they finish.
  • Points will be scored in race finishing order followed by Disconnets, Disqualifieds, and DNF's based on how many laps they completed.  Disconnects, Disqualifieds, and DNF's will be placed at the end of the field no matter how many laps completed, THIS INCLUDES DRIVERS WHO CROSS THE START FINISH LINE AND THEN GET DQ'd.
    • 1st - 30 points
    • 2nd - 27 points
    • 3rd - 25 points
    • 4th - 23 points
    • 5th - 21 points
    • 6th - 20 points
    • 7th - 19 points
    • 8th - 18 points
    • 9th - 17 points
    • 10th - 16 points
    • 11th - 15 points
    • 12th - 14 points
    • 13th - 13 points
    • 14th - 12 points
    • 15th - 11 points
    • 16th - 10 points
    • 17th - 9 points
    • 18th - 8 points
    • 19th - 7 points
    • 20th - 6 points
    • 21st - 5 points
    • 22nd - 4 points
    • 23rd - 3 points
    • 24th - 2 points
    • 25th - 1 point
  • Bonus points:
    • Fastest Lap = 1 point
    • Pole Position = 1 point
  • Incidents Bonus points:
    • 0 incident = 3 Points
    • 1-3 incidents = 2 Points
    • 4-6 incidents = 1 Point
    • 7-9 incidents = 0 Point
    • 10-12 incidents = -1 Point
    • 13-16 incidents = -2 Points
    • 17-20 incidents = -3 Points
TEAMS CHAMPIONSHIP
  • Teams are formed by 2 drivers
  • Discussion between drivers is encouraged to determine teammates
  • Teams score the sum of points scored by each team member
PROTESTING ON-TRACK INCIDENTS
  • On track incidents should be avoided at all costs.
  • PRL's Racing Rules and iRacing's Sporting Code are in effect for all official races through the season.
  • On track incidents should be reported to the PRL Stewards.
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Re: Rules, Settings, Points & Classification

Post by xvalue » Thu Apr 06, 2017 10:01 am

to clarify the assists. I use auto-clutch/auto-blip...is this ok?
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Re: Rules, Settings, Points & Classification

Post by jeromef1 » Thu Apr 06, 2017 10:23 am

xvalue wrote: to clarify the assists. I use auto-clutch/auto-blip...is this ok?
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Re: Rules, Settings, Points & Classification

Post by xvalue » Wed Apr 12, 2017 6:35 pm

more questions as I get up to speed on these races...

The 20% fuel setting: Does that mean the max fuel load is 20% of capacity? I will test the stint length of this fuel load, but will there be pit stops with this amount?

The wing settings are a little overwhelming....with the first race being monza, should I be looking at changing the stock setting, or does iracing use different baselines for each track. (I know this is usually secret information, but I'm just wondering how much testing and setup to put into these races). Just don't want to get blown by on the track.

Lastly, will anyone be running practice sessions in-between races. I'd love to see how I stack up before the race day.

Thanks again.
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Re: Rules, Settings, Points & Classification

Post by SharkV » Wed Apr 12, 2017 7:07 pm

xvalue wrote: more questions as I get up to speed on these races...

The 20% fuel setting: Does that mean the max fuel load is 20% of capacity? I will test the stint length of this fuel load, but will there be pit stops with this amount?

The wing settings are a little overwhelming....with the first race being monza, should I be looking at changing the stock setting, or does iracing use different baselines for each track. (I know this is usually secret information, but I'm just wondering how much testing and setup to put into these races). Just don't want to get blown by on the track.

Lastly, will anyone be running practice sessions in-between races. I'd love to see how I stack up before the race day.

Thanks again.
Hi,

Yes you will have to pit at least once.

For setup, I suggest that you install SetupSync. http://iracingsetupsync.nickthissen.nl/Download  You will find lots of setup there, and also some will share theirs.

Practices will be on Wednesday, the day before the race.  You can find the practice schedule here : http://www.precisionracingleague.com/fo ... f=26&t=175

Hope this answer your questions...feel free to ask for anything else
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Re: Rules, Settings, Points & Classification

Post by jeromef1 » Wed Apr 12, 2017 9:31 pm

xvalue wrote: more questions as I get up to speed on these races...

The 20% fuel setting: Does that mean the max fuel load is 20% of capacity? I will test the stint length of this fuel load, but will there be pit stops with this amount?

The wing settings are a little overwhelming....with the first race being monza, should I be looking at changing the stock setting, or does iracing use different baselines for each track. (I know this is usually secret information, but I'm just wondering how much testing and setup to put into these races). Just don't want to get blown by on the track.

Lastly, will anyone be running practice sessions in-between races. I'd love to see how I stack up before the race day.

Thanks again.
You must stop for fuel only. We do not recommend to change tire as the races are too short and it takes too much time to change tire. So make sure your uncheck your tire when pitting.
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Re: Rules, Settings, Points & Classification

Post by PRL-Sammy H » Wed Apr 12, 2017 9:32 pm

Here goes Jerome giving strategy advice away, Lol.....
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Re: Rules, Settings, Points & Classification

Post by jeromef1 » Wed Apr 12, 2017 9:34 pm

PRL-Sammy H wrote: Here goes Jerome giving strategy advice away, Lol.....
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Re: Rules, Settings, Points & Classification

Post by Gunner » Wed Apr 12, 2017 11:35 pm

SharkV wrote:

Hi,

Yes you will have to pit at least once.

For setup, I suggest that you install SetupSync. http://iracingsetupsync.nickthissen.nl/Download  You will find lots of setup there, and also some will share theirs.

Practices will be on Wednesday, the day before the race.  You can find the practice schedule here : http://www.precisionracingleague.com/fo ... f=26&t=175

Hope this answer your questions...feel free to ask for anything else
So I know some practice is mandatory for this series, and I agree with that.  Will there be other sessions than the Wednesday before?  I have 2 races left in my F1 2016 series and it is Wednesday evenings so I will miss the first few practices.  I certainly put in my own time but I assume you guys would want to see me in a hosted session as well?
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Re: Rules, Settings, Points & Classification

Post by PRL-Sammy H » Thu Apr 13, 2017 3:23 am

Gunner, practices are not mandatory here. We leave it up to the drivers to find the time to practice on there own if they cannot make our PRL scheduled practices. It's all about performance and in order to perform people have to put the time in to practice whether in our sessions or on there own.
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Re: Rules, Settings, Points & Classification

Post by SharkV » Thu Apr 13, 2017 8:47 am

Hi,

Since we are 1 week before the start of the season. I will host 2 recruitment races.

These will be open session for recruting purpose.  More regulars we have in these races, more we will attract new drivers.  So let' do some practice races.

1st race:
Date : Thursday, april 13th
Time : 8:00PM EST
Track : Okayama
60 mins practice, 15 min open qualy, 45 min race.
20% fuel.

2nd race:
Date : Friday, april 14th
Time : 8:00PM EST
Track : Monza - Grand Prix
60 mins practice, 15 min open qualy, 45 min race.
20% fuel.
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Re: Rules, Settings, Points & Classification

Post by Marco_Brasil_812 » Mon Apr 24, 2017 10:38 am

Yes
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