Provisional LRL Event Calander - Subject to changes
Round 1 - Broker Hill National, GTi (8 June 2019)
Round 2 - Mid-Town Ring, XRT (15 June 2019)
Round 3 - Lmaoring, GTi (6 July 2019)
Round 4 - Scawen's Racetrack, GTi (20 July 2019)
Round 5 - Norisring, TBO (3 August 2019)
Round 6 - Monaco, UF1 (17 August 2019)
Round 7 - AVUS Autobahn, TBO (7 September 2019)
Round 8 - Hong Kong E-Prix Circuit, GTi (12 October 2019)
Round 9 - Woodland Raceway, XRT SEASON FINALE
15:15 UTC - Start of 20 minute qualifying session
15:35 UTC - 5 minute break
15:40 UTC - Drivers briefing
15:45-15:50 UTC - Race Session start
Points system -
(P1) 18-14-12-10-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 (P12)
+ 1 (One) point for Fastest Lap
No signup is required to enter the event, but you must comply with the rules below.
// Series rules & regulations
/ 1 - Qualifying Procedures
1.1 Standard LFS qualifying procedure is followed. This means telepitting, etc. is allowed.
1.2 Do not block the racing line on your warmup lap, if a hotlapping car is coming from behind. Find a safe place to let the hotlapping car past without interrupting their hotlap(s).
1.3 Before exiting pits, look at the minimap to ensure you're not joining the track in front of anyone starting their hotlap.
1.4 Pit exit line cannot be crossed with more than 2 wheels when entering/exiting the pits.
1.5 Drivers who fail to reach 107% of the pole position time will not be allowed to start the race.
/ 2 - Pre Race Procedures
2.1 A 5 minute break will take place after qualifying.
2.2 After the break at 15:40 UTC, a Drivers briefing session will take place. Drivers are to be present in the server. Discord and Teamspeak are not required.
2.3 Any driver who has questions related to the event should put forth their enquires during this briefing.
/3 - Race Procedures
3.1 The race will begin at 15:45 UTC.
3.1.1 Each event will have a specific lapcount that should end up in around 40 minutes of racing time.
3.2 Each race has one mandatory pitstop, no work needed during pitstop. Pit entry and exit lines are to be respected, just like rule 1.4.
3.3 The race will start using the standard grid format.
3.4 Drivers are to respect the Rules of Clean Racing and general racing etiquette. Any racer found to be racing with intent of crashing or causing problems will not be allowed to take part in the series.
3.5 A flipped or badly damaged vehicle should be stopped on track safely away from the racing line. Do not spectate unless told.
3.6 Post-race Penalties will be applied for incidents during the race.
3.6.1 Infractions are only looked into, if the affected driver(s) have launched a protest. If a driver has been found to breach a rule or commit an avoidable racing incident, a penalty will be applied. (Refer Index 4 - Penalties)
3.6.2 A Safety Car may be called on track in case of a major accident. (Refer Index 6 - Safety Car Procedure)
3.7 Drivers who complete the race should carry on past the finish line and not stop abruptly, or drive wrong way.
/4 - Penalties
4.1 A driver may be given a post race time penalty if he/she is found to have caused an avoidable incident or if a rule is broken.
4.1.1 Time penalties are only to be given by the Race Marshalls.
4.1.2 Time penalties range from 10 to 30 seconds.
4.2 A grid penalty may be given for the next race depending in scale of offence.
4.3 In extreme cases, a suspension from the league will be applied.
4.3 Protests are to be posted in the Series forum thread at www.lfs.net/forum. (See Index 5 - Protest form)
/5 - Protest form
5.1 Please use the following form when filing a report:
5.1.1 Your in-game name:
5.1.2 Protested driver's in-game name:
5.1.3 Session (e.g. qual, race):
5.1.4 Lap(if race session):
5.1.5 Timecode of the incident:
5.1.6 A brief explanation about the incident:
/6 - Safety Car Procedure
6.1 If a car/cars are stuck in a dangerous position on track, the Safety Car may be called out on track.
6.2 The disabled car should not spectate until a Marshall gives permission.
6.3 an RCM message will appear on your screens to signal a Safety Car period on track.
6.4 Drivers are to slow down and proceed with caution. Drivers are also expected to line up single-file.
6.4.1 Passing is strictly forbidden during the Safety Car period. However if a car in front of you is pitting, you may advance to the pitting driver's position in the Safety Car queue.
6.4.2 Drivers can speed up to catch the safety car and/or the queue. Safety Car speed under caution will be defined during drivers briefing.
6.5 Pitlane remains open during Safety Car period.
6.6 A RCM message will be given on screen to signal the last lap of Safety Car period.
6.7 The race leader MUST maintain the SC period speed of 100 km/h (60 mph) when Safety Car leaves the pack to enter pits.
6.8 The leader of the race must maintain 100 km/h (60 mph) until the restart line. After this line has been passed, the leader may choose to accelerate at any place between the Restart line and S/F line.
6.9 The restart line is defined by 3 green cones each side of the track a few hundred meters before Start/Finish line.
6.10 Passing is strictly prohibited before Start/Finish line on restarts.
/7 - Miscellaneous
7.1 Cars which are stuck out-of-bounds are not considered a danger.
7.2 Mid-race joining is disabled.
7.3 The car class and race information schedule will be published on the Series forum thread.
7.4 Other offences committed that do not fall into this Rules and Regulation area will be investigated by the Race Marshalls accordingly.
7.5 Any drivers caught using cheats or hacks or other means of unfair advantage will not be able to partake in the event, and depending on the severity of the infraction, may be suspended from the series for a specified period of time.
A test race will be held at
. The server will be passworded 30 minutes before qualifying session starts at 14:45 UTC.
Test race details:
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