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Re: American Sports Car Championship - General Chat

Post by DOR keithn222 on Sat 7 Jan 2017 - 1:24

hi there everyone. me and my team mate are looking for someone to make a livery for us? cheers

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Re: American Sports Car Championship - General Chat

Post by CAR Harmonic on Sat 7 Jan 2017 - 2:00

Foreu2env wrote:If it was coming to FH3 we'd know as of earlier this week.. haha... so my guess is its likely FM7....

and who wants to take bets on what the FM7 cover car might be? ....

It's coming to FH3. Absolutely nothing about it for FM6.

Leave it to Turn 10 to make yet another mistake.
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Post by F4H Diablo on Sat 7 Jan 2017 - 3:36

Blacky Mojo wrote:Is there some further info on track limits in Daytona? Especially because of Bus Stop pig

white/yellow lines wouldn't be a problem for me but I think there are going to be many penaltys in the race.

We are going to go with Forza clean = allowed. This is going to take away most of the issues with the Bus Stop, because breaking the rules means you're in the grass entirely.

This is what was allowed last year, so we are going to retain it for consistency.


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Post by DOR stug77 on Sat 7 Jan 2017 - 9:02

keithn222 wrote:hi there everyone. me and my team mate are looking for someone to make a livery for us? cheers

I may be able to help check out my other liveries on xbl pm me if you haven't already sorted one
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Post by Freheliaz on Sun 8 Jan 2017 - 16:28

About the build for the Lamborghini I can't get it on PI 846 with the stock driveline, it stops at PI 845. If I put the race driveline on it goes to PI 846.

For Daytona specific: with and without the race driveline it is at PI 839. There is no weight in the build so I can't check which option I have to use.



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Post by F4H Diablo on Sun 8 Jan 2017 - 17:30

Race driveline for both.


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Post by Bruins5729 on Tue 10 Jan 2017 - 12:06

I'm new here and just want to verify a couple things for the sprint side of this we have to use 2 drivers and can pick between which classes? P PC GTLM?

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Post by HCR Noodle on Tue 10 Jan 2017 - 15:22

There aren't any PC cars in this series, just P2 and DP Smile but a team can have 2 or 3 drivers in sprint series and 2-5 in endurance races



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Post by Bruins5729 on Tue 10 Jan 2017 - 15:27

HCR Noodle wrote:There aren't any PC cars in this series, just P2 and DP Smile but a team can have 2 or 3 drivers in sprint series and 2-5 in endurance races

so how does the driver change work? is the segments timed or by a certain amount of laps? im sorry for the questions and thank you for your quick answers. also is there a place to look to see how these sprint races work? thanks again.

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Post by ATP Rage on Tue 10 Jan 2017 - 17:15

bruins5729 wrote:
HCR Noodle wrote:There aren't any PC cars in this series, just P2 and DP Smile but a team can have 2 or 3 drivers in sprint series and 2-5 in endurance races

so how does the driver change work? is the segments timed or by a certain amount of laps? im sorry for the questions and thank you for your quick answers. also is there a place to look to see how these sprint races work? thanks again.

In the sprint series, there are no driver changes so to speak. Each teammate runs a full race, scores as many points as he/she can, and the top 2 score points for the team.
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Re: American Sports Car Championship - General Chat

Post by Nick Totten on Wed 11 Jan 2017 - 4:22

ATP Rage wrote:
bruins5729 wrote:
HCR Noodle wrote:There aren't any PC cars in this series, just P2 and DP Smile but a team can have 2 or 3 drivers in sprint series and 2-5 in endurance races

so how does the driver change work? is the segments timed or by a certain amount of laps? im sorry for the questions and thank you for your quick answers. also is there a place to look to see how these sprint races work? thanks again.

In the sprint series, there are no driver changes so to speak.  Each teammate runs a full race, scores as many points as he/she can, and the top 2 score points for the team.

How do the driver changes work in the endurance races?
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Re: American Sports Car Championship - General Chat

Post by CAR Harmonic on Wed 11 Jan 2017 - 4:44

Like they always do? One driver per team runs a stint, and then you change drivers for the next stint based on your submitted stint schedule.

It's a bit troubling to see so many questions here that could be answered by taking a quick peek at the rules thread.
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Post by Nick Totten on Wed 11 Jan 2017 - 5:00

CAR Harmonic wrote:Like they always do? One driver per team runs a stint, and then you change drivers for the next stint based on your submitted stint schedule.

It's a bit troubling to see so many questions here that could be answered by taking a quick peek at the rules thread.

I have taken more than a quick peek the rules. I have yet to compete in a TORA event in which driver changes takes place.

I was simply looking for a quick explanation as to how gaps are preserved from one person's stint to another.
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Re: American Sports Car Championship - General Chat

Post by Foreu2env on Wed 11 Jan 2017 - 15:41

physical gaps on track are not maintained between stints, gaps in timing of the event are maintained across all stints.

At the end of each "2 hour" stint, the distance traveled and distance between each car and overall leader is documented. The live timing and scoring document is updated after each stint to show overall standings.

If your car finishes a stint 3,000 feet ahead of "Car X", the next stint "Car X" will not start 3,000 feet behind you on track, but they will on timing and scoring.
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Re: American Sports Car Championship - General Chat

Post by Foreu2env on Wed 11 Jan 2017 - 15:47

CAR Harmonic wrote:It's a bit troubling to see so many questions here

It seems there are a lot of teams/drivers showing up for this series that have otherwise not taken part in an endurance event (or any TORA event at all..)

I'm not a mod/steward/staff and I didn't stay at a holiday inn express last night, but as random-observer-guy I might suggest that the organizers put together a "newcomers" session sometime before the actual event, so that people can get a sense of how things work and what to expect.. Otherwise I predict there may be a lot of delays and confusion on race day.. maybe even just a drivers briefing session an hour or 2 before the event starts?

If nothing official gets setup though and there's anyone on here that has questions or wants to do a walk-through of the processes, ask one of the officials directly, they're all very friendly and none of them bite, normally.
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Post by Nick Totten on Wed 11 Jan 2017 - 17:00

Foreu2env wrote:physical gaps on track are not maintained between stints, gaps in timing of the event are maintained across all stints.

At the end of each "2 hour" stint, the distance traveled and distance between each car and overall leader is documented.  The live timing and scoring document is updated after each stint to show overall standings.  

If your car finishes a stint 3,000 feet ahead of "Car X", the next stint "Car X" will not start 3,000 feet behind you on track, but they will on timing and scoring.

Thank you very much for the explanation!
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Post by Nick Totten on Wed 11 Jan 2017 - 17:01

Foreu2env wrote:
CAR Harmonic wrote:It's a bit troubling to see so many questions here

It seems there are a lot of teams/drivers showing up for this series that have otherwise not taken part in an endurance event (or any TORA event at all..)

I'm not a mod/steward/staff and I didn't stay at a holiday inn express last night, but as random-observer-guy I might suggest that the organizers put together a "newcomers" session sometime before the actual event, so that people can get a sense of how things work and what to expect.. Otherwise I predict there may be a lot of delays and confusion on race day.. maybe even just a drivers briefing session an hour or 2 before the event starts?

If nothing official gets setup though and there's anyone on here that has questions or wants to do a walk-through of the processes, ask one of the officials directly, they're all very friendly and none of them bite, normally.

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Re: American Sports Car Championship - General Chat

Post by PTG Baby Cow on Thu 12 Jan 2017 - 18:11

Nick Totten wrote:
Foreu2env wrote:
CAR Harmonic wrote:It's a bit troubling to see so many questions here

It seems there are a lot of teams/drivers showing up for this series that have otherwise not taken part in an endurance event (or any TORA event at all..)

I'm not a mod/steward/staff and I didn't stay at a holiday inn express last night, but as random-observer-guy I might suggest that the organizers put together a "newcomers" session sometime before the actual event, so that people can get a sense of how things work and what to expect.. Otherwise I predict there may be a lot of delays and confusion on race day.. maybe even just a drivers briefing session an hour or 2 before the event starts?

If nothing official gets setup though and there's anyone on here that has questions or wants to do a walk-through of the processes, ask one of the officials directly, they're all very friendly and none of them bite, normally.

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Not sure whats so confusing to understand. It's not like tora found some secret loophole for driver swaps. Races start at a predetermined time and you are positioned based on your standings except for the first stint which is based on qualifying. You basically look at it as 12 seperate 2 hour races. in which you the people driving before you determine where you start.

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Post by F4H Diablo on Sat 14 Jan 2017 - 0:16

@Nick

Each stint is set in lobby to 2 hours, and you race for 1h 40 min of that. There is an approximate 20 minute "driver change" between stints. So each stint will be its own race, and they are all combined together for your result. It's mileage based, just like the real thing.


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Re: American Sports Car Championship - General Chat

Post by Nick Totten on Sat 14 Jan 2017 - 0:47

F4H Diablo wrote:@Nick

Each stint is set in lobby to 2 hours, and you race for 1h 40 min of that. There is an approximate 20 minute "driver change" between stints. So each stint will be its own race, and they are all combined together for your result. It's mileage based, just like the real thing.

Thank you. This being my first online endurance race with TORA, I wasn't sure to what end gaps were being preserved from one stint (race) to another. That is now cleared up.
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Post by F4H Diablo on Sun 15 Jan 2017 - 13:06

6 mandatory stops in Prototype
3 mandatory stops in GT

This is for Daytona.

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Post by LMP Grizz on Wed 18 Jan 2017 - 17:09

Not sure if this question has been answered already, but why is Watkins Glen only 2 hours instead of 6?
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Post by CAR Harmonic on Wed 18 Jan 2017 - 17:12

LMP Grizz wrote:Not sure if this question has been answered already, but why is Watkins Glen only 2 hours instead of 6?

Watkins is a sprint race for this championship, not an endurance.
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Post by some evil dude on Wed 18 Jan 2017 - 19:27

Now if the race is scheduled for the 21st, then when do we qualify? Or is it, perhaps reffering to that? I would hate the thought of racing while I miss the real deal.
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Post by echovelocity on Wed 18 Jan 2017 - 19:55

Qualifying sessions are today and tomorrow, you should sign up with a slot before it's too late: http://forums.theonlineracingassociation.com/t17825-tora-american-sportscar-championship-daytona-24-qualifying
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