Practice starts with FBM first, try both full throttle and more subtle starts.
Do this with FOX & FO8 as well; try to get the feeling for single seaters with more power.
Then launching the BF1 with or without Traction Control will become easier for you. You can do it!
Thanks for thinking it through! I'll consider endurance races. A single 1+ hour race per event would be a improvement.
I agree that the points system is maybe to rigorous combined with the car groups/classes. I'll consider something like: 14, 11, 9, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.
Maybe it's even better to not shift the points based on number of starting players, just give 14 points to the winner (even if only 1 racer started). That would motivate racers to fill all the car groups, would'nt it?
I was thinking about a new kind of multiclass league. Cars are divided in groups based on a single make (see car groups below). For each event, racers can choose 1 of 3 cars in the group.
Top 10 (per car) receive points: 25, 18, 15, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2 & 1. If less than 10 races compete in a car, the points table is shifted. So if 6 cars start, the finishers receive 10, 8, 6, 4, 2 & 1 points. I hope this points system motivates racers to spread (evenly) across the different cars in a group, providing nice multiclass racing)
Each event consists of 15 minutes of qualifying and 2 sprint races of +/- 20 minutes.
UF @ AS1 - 23 laps
XF @ WE1 - 12 laps
XRY @ FE2 - 15 laps
LX @ BL1 - 15 laps
FX @ FE3 - 16 laps
XRZ @ AS3 - 11 laps
FZ @ AS5 - 7 laps
Car groups UF
UFJ (UFR 23% restriction with road tyres, max 185/50-11)
UF4 (UFR 6% restriction with road tyres)
XFJ (XFR 21% restriction / 6kg added mass with road tyres, max 215/40-15)
XF4 (XFR 6% restriction with road tyres)
Let me clarify: You can simply rename the "config.edn.example" to "config.edn". Leave it in the same place where the java file is. (in the directory where you've extracted the zipfile).
Then open the file with a simple text editor (notepad for example) and change the path ("C:\path\to\lfs\data\setups") to the data/setups path of your LFS install. For example: "C:\LFS\data\setups"