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IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SERIES

jeromef1

League Owner
Staff member
LMP2/GT3 IMSA Series 2022/S2
Name
Jerome Berthiaume
Joined
Jan 25, 2017
Messages
10,534
Age
35
Location
Nicolet, QC, Canada
iRacing ID
177904
Hey guys!

We have announced last weekdn to Amateur driver that we will be merging both Amateur and Elite drivers into the same broadcasted session due to lack of signups. Here are a few very important points that you must be aware of.
  • Do amateur drivers have to yield to elite? No, you are all in the same race. There is a lot of real series working like that. As an example, Porsche Cup Canada, there are 3 different divisions within the same race. They are all racing each other. They must respect blue flag though ;)
  • How do I tell which car is Elite vs Amateur? No need to know for the race as you are all racing the same race. But if you really want to know, under league section, we will add [PRO] or [AM] beside the name of the drivers to differenciate that on the broadcast. You will also see it in your black box. Also, later in the season, we will force a rear wing decal on the broadcast to show who is Amateur VS Pro. We will provide you the color code when ready and we recommend all drivers to apply this to their paint. We will also provide a Zip file with the decals we will send to GSRC if you want to play around it, but PRL management can't assist you in applying decal.
  • Can teams have an elite and amateur driver? No, and it's easy to manage since we manage both Amateur and Elite under different forum. This is indicated also in the team selection thread.
A reminder regarding race results. Into the results sheet, our spreadsheet master, Tyler Gore, will do 3 different drivers championship. One for Elite, one for Amateur and a global championship.

If you have any question, don't hesitate to reply in this thread!
 

Luis Zambelli

Member
Name
Luis Zambelli
Joined
Nov 15, 2019
Messages
11
Location
Canada, Quebec, Trois-Rivières
iRacing ID
147642
Hi guys,
Just a suggestion to put in place a simple system to differentiate AM and PRO: adding the number 1 in front of the number of PRO cars and 2 in front of the number of AM drivers.
For example, my choice number is 72. As I am in the PRO division, my number would change to 172.
It's an easy to know in what class is the driver, for the drivers on the track and also for the commentators.
 

jeromef1

League Owner
Staff member
LMP2/GT3 IMSA Series 2022/S2
Name
Jerome Berthiaume
Joined
Jan 25, 2017
Messages
10,534
Age
35
Location
Nicolet, QC, Canada
iRacing ID
177904
Luis Zambelli said:
Hi guys,
Just a suggestion to put in place a simple system to differentiate AM and PRO: adding the number 1 in front of the number of PRO cars and 2 in front of the number of AM drivers.
For example, my choice number is 72. As I am in the PRO division, my number would change to 172.
It's an easy to know in what class is the driver, for the drivers on the track and also for the commentators.

Yes could be possible, but what are we doing with users who selected car number in the 3 digits 😜
 

Luis Zambelli

Member
Name
Luis Zambelli
Joined
Nov 15, 2019
Messages
11
Location
Canada, Quebec, Trois-Rivières
iRacing ID
147642
jeromef1 said:
Luis Zambelli said:
Hi guys,
Just a suggestion to put in place a simple system to differentiate AM and PRO: adding the number 1 in front of the number of PRO cars and 2 in front of the number of AM drivers.
For example, my choice number is 72. As I am in the PRO division, my number would change to 172.
It's an easy to know in what class is the driver, for the drivers on the track and also for the commentators.

Yes could be possible, but what are we doing with users who selected car number in the 3 digits 😜
You have only 7 drivers that did that. Ask then to choose a 2 digits number.
 

jeromef1

League Owner
Staff member
LMP2/GT3 IMSA Series 2022/S2
Name
Jerome Berthiaume
Joined
Jan 25, 2017
Messages
10,534
Age
35
Location
Nicolet, QC, Canada
iRacing ID
177904
Luis Zambelli said:
jeromef1 said:
Luis Zambelli said:
Hi guys,
Just a suggestion to put in place a simple system to differentiate AM and PRO: adding the number 1 in front of the number of PRO cars and 2 in front of the number of AM drivers.
For example, my choice number is 72. As I am in the PRO division, my number would change to 172.
It's an easy to know in what class is the driver, for the drivers on the track and also for the commentators.

Yes could be possible, but what are we doing with users who selected car number in the 3 digits 😜
You have only 7 drivers that did that. Ask then to choose a 2 digits number.

You would be surprise to know how important car number is to some people hahaha
 

CajunGrit

Manager
Staff member
MX-5 Cup Series 2022/S2
Ferrari Challenge Fixed 2022/S2
Name
David Hebert
Joined
Jun 1, 2018
Messages
858
Location
USA, LA, Lafayette
iRacing ID
168238
I agree with Jeromé. As petty as it might seem, I’m racing the number 16 and not 216. Can the nicknaming feature we used the past couple seasons be used to ad an “AM” or “PRO” before driver names in session?
 

Luis Zambelli

Member
Name
Luis Zambelli
Joined
Nov 15, 2019
Messages
11
Location
Canada, Quebec, Trois-Rivières
iRacing ID
147642
CajunGrit said:
I agree with Jeromé. As petty as it might seem, I’m racing the number 16 and not 216.  Can the nicknaming feature we used the past couple seasons be used to ad an “AM” or “PRO” before driver names in session?

During the race, with 2xx or 1xx, a driver will be able to know (using F3) if the driver behind him is in the same class or not. It can avoid unnecessary battles    
 

TRG

Director
Staff member
Formula 3 Series 2022/S2
Name
Tyler Gore
Joined
Feb 11, 2017
Messages
3,399
Age
38
Location
Saskatoon, SK, Canada
iRacing ID
194814
Yes and no. Keep in mind the only time an Amateur driver has to yield to a Pro driver is in a blue flag situation. We are here to race, so avoiding such battles may not always happen.
 

jeromef1

League Owner
Staff member
LMP2/GT3 IMSA Series 2022/S2
Name
Jerome Berthiaume
Joined
Jan 25, 2017
Messages
10,534
Age
35
Location
Nicolet, QC, Canada
iRacing ID
177904
Luis Zambelli said:
CajunGrit said:
I agree with Jeromé. As petty as it might seem, I’m racing the number 16 and not 216.  Can the nicknaming feature we used the past couple seasons be used to ad an “AM” or “PRO” before driver names in session?

During the race, with 2xx or 1xx, a driver will be able to know (using F3) if the driver behind him is in the same class or not. It can avoid unnecessary battles    

In the blackbox, you should also see [AM] or [Pro]
 

crich88848

Premium Member
Formula 3 Series 2022/S2
Name
Christopher Richards
Joined
May 30, 2018
Messages
406
Location
USA, TN, Chattanooga
iRacing ID
316146
Yea Im one who the number matters to also. 49 is how old my mom was when she passed away, this is only number I've ever raced under.
 
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