The place for current RWRS universe and "canon" historical series
by Racing Heart 11 Jan 2018, 20:34
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Welcome to the inaugural 'canon' season of Pacific Endurance Series, the region's top-flight GT championship. The series is divided up into two distinct classes of competitors: the Japanese factory-based GT Group 1 (or simply G1) category, and the internationally diverse Group 2 teams. The nine round championship tours the greatest circuits from Australia, South East Asia, and Japan, with a 1000 kilometer finale at the famed Fuji Speedway.

Within the canon, Pacific Endurance Series is intended to be an extension of the older All-Japan GT Championship (JGTC), and as a result, many of the real-world Super GT teams take up starring roles in PES' Group 1 category, as well as a select few legendary locals in Group 2. In stark contrast to the vast majority of series within the ASMF canon, Pacific Endurance Series will be using rFactor to simulate results. The races will be live broadcasted on the Racing Heart Twitch channel. As with RealRacingRoots' GT Super Series, the use of older cars is for visual reference only and does not represent the cars that would actually be used in the series.

(That, and nobody has made a good model for the Lexus GT500 race car yet. WHENPLZ)

New series information such as rules clarifications will be marked down in this color.

Rules
Driver Rankings
All drivers within Pacific Endurance Series are weighted according to Driver Ranking. There are four ranks - Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze.

Platinum drivers represent the top of the top, and include top drivers from FIA EC, GT Super Series, AR World Series, Indycar, Formula One, etc. Drivers must prove they belong here. Also, much like in GTSS' Independent's Trophy, Group 2 teams cannot hire drivers with this Rank at all.

Gold drivers are top drivers in their home region or factory drivers in lower tier series; these include many of Pacific Endurance Series' own Group 1 stalwarts, equivalent ranked GTSS and FIA EC drivers, and drivers from AR3.5, Formula 5000, and more.

Silver drivers typically are either "fast gentleman" or upcoming stars on the grid. Drivers completely new to the ASMF canon cannot be ranked higher than this without a really good explanation. These include F3 series winners, Indy Lights winners, and Touring Car specialists.

Bronze rank drivers are the rank-and-file of a sports car racing series, and it's no exception here. The whole gamut from washed up losers past their prime, F4 and Super Taikyu greenhorns, people with more money than talent or practice... yeaaaaaah. Needless to say, these drivers are not eligible for Group 1 duties.

Driver Ratings
The Driver Ratings have two main elements to them: what you see is the "abstract" element. Drivers are broken down into five stats, which are Speed, Consistency, Aggression, Smoothness, and Starts. Each of these five stats are measured on the "abstract scale" from 0 to 20.

The starting ratings for a driver's stats are dependent on what Driver Rank they are.
  • Bronze drivers start with 6 in every stat
  • Silver drivers start with 9 in every stat
  • Gold drivers start with 12 in every stat
  • Platinum drivers start with 15 in every stat
Exceptional performances may allow a driver to be promoted from one Rank to the next, giving them anywhere from +1 to +4 in each stat.

If you are submitting stats for someone that isn't a real-world driver or Ai Tsukimura or Shouta Sakai, you can adjust the "stat build" for each driver within +4 or -4 points of the starting ratings. The average "rating adjustment" across all five stats must be +1 or lower. For example, Ai's own stats look like this:
  • Platinum Rank
  • -2 Speed -> 13 Speed overall
  • +3 Consistency -> 18 Consistency overall
  • -4 Aggression -> 11 Aggression overall
  • +4 Smoothness -> 19 Smoothness overall
  • -1 Starts -> 14 Starts overall
Her "rating adjustment" comes out to an average of 0.

Each of the stat points on the "abstract scale" is then translated into rFactor's "simulated values":
  • Speed is handled via a driver pairing's 'talent file'. This value is measured from 0-100, but for PES, a driver with a 0/20 rating has 90 speed, and each point in Speed increases the setting by 0.5 points. The difference between the lowest rating and highest rating should be about 0.5 seconds per lap at Sugo, which is roughly an 85 second lap in Group 1.
  • Consistency is also handled via a 'talent file'. As above, measured from 0-100, but in the talent file, it goes into the Composure value. The higher the value, the more time it takes for this driver to make a mistake, such as driving exceptionally slow or running wide. A driver with 0/20 Consistency starts at literally a Composure value of 0, and each point adds 5 to Composure.
  • Aggression is another 'talent file' element. Like the other two above, it's measured from 0-100. Higher values increase overtaking attempts. A driver with 0/20 Aggression starts with a value of 40 aggression in their talent file, and each point adds 3 to talent Aggression.
  • Smoothness is done by assigning each driver pairing their own tire files. I edit the AIWearRate parameter by a set % depending on their stat. Drivers with 0/20 Smoothness have 122% AIWearRate, and each point in Smoothness reduces AIWearRate by 2%. At 10/20 Smoothness, the wear rates go about the same duration as the fuel does.
  • Starts is done by editing the tire files like with Smoothness. I edit the starting temperatures for each car's tires. The optimal temp is around 90 degrees Celsius. A driver with 0/20 Starts, uh, starts every new stint (including race starts) at 30 C, and each point in Starts adds another degree C to the starting temp for that driver.

Because you must assign two drivers per car, but driver changes aren't actually possible in rFactor, the stats are a balance between the drivers. Your starting driver has more weighting in the stat balance, though to surprise you, I'm not going to tell you what the exact % is.

Submit stats for your canon drivers HERE (click!)

Teams and Driver Pairings
General
Each car must have two drivers, and one driver must be designated the "starting driver". This driver will, as outlined in the Driver Ratings section, have more influence on the stat balance for that car. In general, you want your highest ranked driver as the starter.

To minimize annoyance and setup time on my end, you are limited to a maximum of five driver changes in a season.

If you manage to land a management seat for a team which has both Group 1 AND Group 2 cars (such as ARTA), you can choose to either manage both teams, or manage only the Group 1 team.

Group 1
You cannot create new teams in this category, as aside from one, they're all the actual Super GT teams. You can, however, apply to manage for any of the 14 teams, although good bathpluggin' luck trying to wrestle control of Tsuchigami no Kyojin from my hands. You don't touch my waifu or my waifuteam. *ahem* One user per team, please.

The driver pairing for your team is required to consist of at least Silver rank drivers. There is no penalty for running Platinum tier drivers.

Group 2
You can either create a new team in this category, or you can apply to run for an existing team. This Group consists of a few current Super GT superstars, alongside a couple of legends for good measure. No team is allowed to have more than 2 cars. I'm okay with users managing more than one Group 2 team, but don't be a hog.

No team is allowed a Platinum driver in any of their pairings. There is a +15 kg weight penalty should you choose to run two Gold rank drivers.

You get to choose your own tire brand if you're in this Group, but more on that fuzzy bunny later.

Event Format
Each event is simulated as a truncated version of an actual Super GT weekend within the rFactor game, using a specially compiled and modified mod for the series. (Links to be announced)

There are two practice sessions, each lasting 30 minutes, one for each Group.

There are two 'main' qualifying sessions, lasting 20 minutes, again, one for each Group. All teams outside of the top 5 will be locked to their starting positions at this point. The top 5 advance to a 10-minute long Super Lap session, where drivers will have at most two laps to make their best lap to determine the rest of the starting order.

Only one race session occurs per Event - both Groups race simultaneously, in either a 300 km or a 500 km race. The only exception to this is the Velocity of Sound season finale, held at Fuji Speedway with a grueling 1000 kilometer length.

Points and Weight Handicap
Points for both classes go as follows:
1st = 20 pt.
2nd = 17 pt.
3rd = 14 pt.
4th = 12 pt.
5th = 10 pt.
6th = 9 pt.
7th = 8 pt.
8th = 7 pt.
9th = 6 pt.
10th = 5 pt.
11th = 4 pt.
12th = 3 pt.
On lead lap, but out of top 12 = 2 pt.
2 or more laps down, but over 75% distance covered = 1 pt.
DNF with less than 75% distance covered = 0 pt.

Weight Handicap distribution is as follows:
1st = +15 kg
2nd = +10 kg
3rd = +5 kg
4th to 7th = 0 kg
8th to 12th = -5 kg
Outside of top 12 = -10 kg

The maximum handicap in both classes is 100 kg. No team is allowed to have a 'negative' value for a handicap, and as outlined in the Driver Ranks section, Group 2 teams with two Gold drivers must run a minimum handicap of 15 kg.

As a special rule for the Velocity of Sound finale, all weight handicapped accrued over the season will be nullified. However, Group 2 teams will still be subject to the 15 kg handicap if they run two Gold drivers like in any other race.

Sign-up Phases
There is a multiple-stage sign-up system for this series, similar to GT Super Series.
  • Group 1 team managers
  • Group 2 full-season team managers
  • Group 2 part-time team managers
  • Last call for part-time or one-offs

Group 2 teams only - Livery Submission
If you would like to submit your own livery for your Group 2 team, download the templates and base mod here by clicking. This will contain everything required to paint your car and preview it in rFactor.

Also, please keep the primary/title sponsorships relevant to the Asia-Pacific region. Unless you're doing a one-off for Long Beach, I seriously doubt Popeye's wants anything to do with a Super GT team.

The next post will outline which cars and teams are available, alongside the series schedule and results when those pop up.
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Group 1 Teams
Team SARD - Toyota Supra Gr.1
Managed by Pinkd56 - Tires: Bridgestone
Car 35: Yuhi Sekiguchi (JPN, Gold) | Kohei Hirate (JPN, Gold)

Team TOM'S - Toyota Supra Gr.1
Managed by Normal32 - Tires: Bridgestone
Car 36: Ryo Hirakawa (JPN, Gold) | Ritomo Miyata (JPN, Silver)
Car 37: Daisuke Ito (JPN, Gold) | Sho Tsuboi (JPN, Silver)

WedsSport Bandoh - Toyota Supra Gr.1
Managed by SeedStriker - Tires: Yokohama
Car 19: Narain Karthikeyan (IND, Gold) | Keiko Ihara (JPN, Silver)

Team LeMans - Toyota Supra Gr.1
Managed by Bandon23 - Tires; Bridgestone
Car 6: Heikki Kovalainen (FIN, Gold), Kamui Kobayashi (JPN, Gold)

Autobacs Racing Team Aguri - Honda NSX-R Gr.1
Managed by Dexter249 - Tires: Bridgestone
Car 8: Bertrand Baguette (BEL, Platinum*) | Tomoki Nojiri (JPN, Gold)
*according to 2017 Le Mans Cup classification

Tsuchigami no Kyojin - Honda NSX-R Gr.1
Autonomous Team - Tires: Michelin
Car 9: Ai Tsukimura (JPN, Platinum) | Shouta Sakai (JPN, Gold)

Team Mugen - Honda NSX-R Gr.1
Managed by Reject_Dom - Tires: Yokohama
Car 16: Naoki Yamamoto (JPN, Gold) | Takuya Izawa (JPN, Gold)

Team Kunimitsu - Honda NSX-R Gr.1
Managed by TomDilain - Tires: Bridgestone
Car 100: Rio Haryanto (INA, Silver) | 2nd driver TBA

Nakajima Racing - Honda NSX-R Gr.1
Managed by RealRacingRoots - Tires: Dunlop
Car 64: Nirei Fukuzumi (JPN, Gold*) | Daisuke Nakajima (JPN, Gold*)
*provisional

NISMO - Nissan Skyline GT-R Gr.1
Managed by Biscione - Tires: Michelin
Car 22: Tsugio Matsuda (JPN, Platinum) | Ronnie Quintarelli (ITA, Platinum)
Car 23: Satoshi Motoyama (JPN, Gold) | João Paulo de Oliveira (BRA, Gold)

Kondo Racing - Nissan Skyline GT-R Gr.1
Managed by Wizzie - Tires: Yokohama
Car 24: Alex Buncombe (GBR, Gold*) | Michael Caruso (AUS, Gold)
*provisional

MOLA - Nissan Skyline GT-R Gr.1
Managed by TheFlyingCaterham - Tires: Michelin
Car 46: Katsumasa Chiyo (JPN, Gold) | Daiki Sasaki (JPN, Gold)

Team Impul - Nissan Skyline GT-R Gr.1
Managed by kevinbotz - Tires: Bridgestone
Car 12: Drivers TBA

Group 2 Teams
NDDP Racing - Nissan 350Z Gr.2
Managed by Biscione - Tires: Yokohama
Car 3: Drivers TBA

Japanese Lamborghini Owner's Club - Lamborghini Gallardo Gr.2
Managed by JERACERX - Tires: Dunlop
Car 87: Drivers TBA
Car 88: Drivers TBA

Autobacs Racing Team Aguri - Honda NSX-R Gr.2
Managed by aggi - Tires: Yokohama
Car 55: Drivers TBA

RE-Amemiya - Mazda RX-7 Gr.2
Managed by klon - Tires: TBA
Car 7: Drivers TBA

apr - Toyota MR-S PES-GT
Autonomous Team - Tires: Michelin
Car 30: Drivers TBA
Car 31: Drivers TBA

Team MACH - Toyota MR-S PES-GT
Autonomous Team - Tires: Yokohama
Car 5: Drivers TBA

Cusco Motorsport - Subaru WRX PES-GT
Managed by peteroli34 - Tires: Bridgestone
Car 77: Drivers TBA

SB Hartono - Honda NSX-R Gr.2
Managed by TomDilain - Tires: Michelin
Car 10: Drivers TBA
Car 11: Drivers TBA

Goodsmile Racing with M-TEC - Honda NSX-R Gr.2
Managed by Reject_Dom - Tires: Yokohama
Car 18: Drivers TBA

Team TAISAN - Porsche 911 GT3-RS & Dodge Viper CompCoupe
Managed by Dexter249 & BKGlover - Tires: Yokohama
Car 26: Drivers TBA
Car 51: Drivers TBA

Union Saver Developments - Porsche 911 GT3-RS (996 gen)
Managed by SeedStriker - Tires: Michelin
Car 32: Drivers TBA

BORC - Mooncraft Shiden MC/RT-16
Managed by This Could Be You - Tires: Michelin
Car 33: Drivers TBA
Car 333: Drivers TBA

Team Mecha Racing - Nissan 350Z Gr.2
Managed by FMecha - Tires: Yokohama
Car 34: Drivers TBA

Leketus Motorsport - Subaru WRX PES-GT
Managed by TheFlyingCaterham - Tires: Dunlop
Car 42: Drivers TBA

LM corsa - Toyota MR-S & Subaru WRX PES-GT
Managed by Normal32 - Tires: Yokohama (MR-S) & Bridgestone (WRX)
Car 60: Drivers TBA
Car 96: Drivers TBA

Toshio Race Team - Ferrari F360 PES-GT
Managed by RealRacingRoots - Tires: Michelin
Car 66: Drivers TBA

Pacific with Gulf Racing - Porsche 911 GT3-RSR (997 gen)
Managed by CaptainGetz12 - Tires: Michelin
Car 97: Drivers TBA

K-Apex - Ferrari F430 GTC
Managed by Regenmeister94 - Tires: Dunlop
Car 98: Drivers TBA

Globex Scorpio Racing AP Division - Dodge Viper CompCoupe
Managed by Salamander - Tires: Bridgestone
Car 99: Drivers TBA

JBS Australia - Lamborghini Gallardo Gr.2
Managed by Wizzie - Tires: Michelin
Car 123: Drivers TBA
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Schedule
Sunrise 500 km
Mt. Panorama Circuit (Bathurst) - 9th/10th February

Paradise 300 km
Surfer's Paradise - 23rd/24th February

Skyscraper Sequence 300 km
Streets of Long Beach - 2nd/3rd March

Malaysia 300 km
Sepang International Circuit - 6th/7th April

500 km of Suzuka
Suzuka Circuit - 18th/19th May

Autopolis 300km
Autopolis - 8th/9th June

Motegi 300km
Twin Ring Motegi - 21st/22nd September

Sugo 300km
Sugo Sportsland - 5th/6th October

The Velocity of Sound 1000 km
Fuji Speedway - 1000 km - 9th/10th November
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by TheFlyingCaterham 12 Jan 2018, 10:47
TomDilain wrote:Will you explain more about the driver stat submission thing? I have no clue at all.

Oh, can one user manage 1 group 1 team and 1 group 2 team? Just wondering.

From what I've been told, you can manage two different teams in different groups.

Another question, are team signups for Group 1 actually open yet? If so, I'll claim Nakajima Racing.

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More of a reader than a poster on these forums, so I won't post much compared to others.
by Racing Heart 12 Jan 2018, 16:10
TomDilain wrote:Will you explain more about the driver stat submission thing? I have no clue at all.
I had a bad feeling I forgot something... :| The detailed explanation is now up as an amendment to the first post, but TL;DR - drivers have a "stat average" from their Driver rank, and you submit a "stat build" that adjusts their ability in more detail.

TomDilain wrote:Oh, can one user manage 1 group 1 team and 1 group 2 team? Just wondering.
Yes, so if I say, wanted to (for some reason) run NISMO in Group 1 but apr in Group 2, that is allowed.

Reject_Dom wrote:Also, a question - what happens if someone takes ARTA, will they manage both of their cars (GT500 and GT300)?
That's up to the person who took the ARTA Group 1 management position. They can either run both Groups themselves or let someone else run the Group 2 team.

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by FMecha 12 Jan 2018, 17:45
Consider me for Team Kunimitsu.

PSN ID: FMecha_ID | Jacques Villeneuve's WDC = fluke. :roll:
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by novitopoli 12 Jan 2018, 18:35
I'd like to apply for Team Aguri.

sw3ishida wrote:Jolyon Palmer brought us closer as a couple, for which I am grateful.


Ataxia wrote:
Londoner wrote:Something I've thought about - what happens to our canon should we have a worldwide recession or some other outside event?

We'll be fine. It's Canon, non Kodak.
by Dexter249 13 Jan 2018, 13:32
Team Impul, hopefully
and Taisan for Gr.2 if Possible.

Subaru Impreza till I die
#1 Antoine Lestage fan on GPR
"Crazy" Leo Urlichich Canada's Rally Pride! even though he's from Russia.


Rear end flying off since 1975.

Dexter249 wrote:"Just close your eyes.....It's time to let it go"
-Dexter,2016
by DemocalypseNow 13 Jan 2018, 20:03
Didn't I sign up for NISMO last time? I would like to do that again, for some vertical integration with the NDDP team in JF3. So I guess it makes sense to enquire about the Gr.2 NDDP team as well.

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by TomDilain 14 Jan 2018, 00:57
DemocalypseNow wrote:Didn't I sign up for NISMO last time? I would like to do that again, for some vertical integration with the NDDP team in JF3. So I guess it makes sense to enquire about the Gr.2 NDDP team as well.


If he gets Nismo, I'll go with Kondo. Only if he gets Nismo.
by Racing Heart 14 Jan 2018, 03:16
Well, well, now that everyone is done piling themselves on me, I'd like to properly open the Group 1 team applications phase.

Each of the 12 teams open for applications in Group 1 has some expectations they'd like for you to meet, and should you fail to meet them, you will be unceremoniously removed, and won't be able to apply for a Gr.1 seat next season. I'll make a slight exception for Bisicione since he entered NISMO before the previous thread got nukerino'd

If you're new to the ASMF canon and how to participate in a series, I recommend waiting until the Group 2 application phase has opened!

Applications will be processed and accepted from January 15th to 22nd, 14:00 UTC.

Team Expectations
Team SARD
Finish 4th or better in the Group 1 standings, or win a race in class this season
A midfield runner with strong momentum going into 2019, Team SARD look to move even further up the order this year. Some say they might even be good enough for a championship, but that's a bit of a long shot... or is it? Hmm...

Team TOM'S
Finish 2nd in the Group 1 standings, and be best ranked Toyota team
The representative team for the Toyota brand in both PES and Super Formula, this team has proven its strength by defending its recent back-to-back titles in PES’ premier class. Will it be another year of big wins for TOM’S, or will a new challenger arise to take their crown?

WedsSport Bandoh
Finish 10th or better in the Group 1 standings, or attain two top five finishes in class
One of Toyota's lesser teams, WedsSport Bandoh have had it tough in Group 1 with few top results to their name. Will this year be the one to change their fate?

Team LeMans
Finish 4th or better in the Group 1 standings, or attain a podium in class this season
Coming off of a very strong showing for Team LeMans, they looked to be one of the potential title contenders. Inconsistency at critical points did them in last time; can Team LeMans climb the top step once again?

Autobacs Racing Team Aguri
Finish 7th or better in the Group 1 standings, or win a race this season
Once upon a time, ARTA were one of the better teams in PES; however a poor car in the early season last year let them down one too many times. Lots of development has helped them catch up, but the other Honda teams have made huge strides as well: where will they be this year?

Tsuchigami no Kyojin
Already taken by Racing Heart
In Honda's worst season ever, this newcomer Honda factory team was expected to be an absolute laughing stock, complete with a gimmicky driver pair and a team principal who would be more at home in a crappy adult fan comic. Yet here they are; has their beginner's luck finally run out, or are we looking at a future superpower?

Team Mugen
Finish 13th or better in the Group 1 standings, or finish in the top 5 in class at least twice this season
Despite the legendary name, Team Mugen's performance in PES last year was legendary for all the wrong reasons. Can they redeem themselves in 2019, or will they be the continued subject of internet jokes the world over?

Nakajima Racing
Finish 8th or better in the Group 1 standings, or win a race in class this season
Normally the other subject of internet jokes in the English-speaking PES fan community, Nakajima shocked everyone with an out-of-nowhere result at the Velocity of Sound 1000 km last year. Is their surprise performance no laughing matter, or will they lapse back?

Team Kunimitsu
Finish 6th or better in the Group 1 standings, or finish on the podium in class at least once this season
Team Kunimitsu is a fan favorite mid-field team that’s undergone quite a few massive ups and downs the past few seasons; last year was no exception. With Honda making a resurgence in development, Team Kunimitsu look to stabilize and grow, and perhaps pick up a few good results on the way too.

NISMO
Already taken by Biscione
Finish 1st in the Group 1 standings, or win at least two races this season
One of the longest-running names in PES, and really just Japanese GT racing in general, NISMO came oh so very close to winning the championship last year. Had it not been for a costly mistake on their behalf, perhaps they would have. This will be the year they prove that point.

Kondo Racing
Finish 12th or better in the Group 1 standings, or score a top-five finish in class this season
Things have been rough for the ex-idol managed team, and beating out only Team Mugen last year didn't prove much. Will they be in tune with the tempo of the other teams this year, or will it be yet another off-key season?

MOLA
Finish 9th or better in the Group 1 standings, or score two top-five finishes this season
Eleven years ago, they raced a 350Z and won a hard-fought Group 2 championship title. Since moving on up, it's been a rollercoaster ride in the mid-pack, and last year was downhill. Will MOLA finally stabilize and even improve upon previous results, or is it going to crash at the end of it all?

Team Impul
Finish 10th or better in the Group 1 standings, or finish in the top 5 in class at least twice
Impul haven't won a championship since 1995. 20 years later they came close, but since 2015, things have been massively downhill. Will the blue team once again be relegated to backmarker status, or will Impul impound at least a few of the other teams beneath them?
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by novitopoli 14 Jan 2018, 13:07
I'll go with MOLA, then.

sw3ishida wrote:Jolyon Palmer brought us closer as a couple, for which I am grateful.


Ataxia wrote:
Londoner wrote:Something I've thought about - what happens to our canon should we have a worldwide recession or some other outside event?

We'll be fine. It's Canon, non Kodak.
by Dexter249 14 Jan 2018, 13:42
I would like to apply for IMPUL

Subaru Impreza till I die
#1 Antoine Lestage fan on GPR
"Crazy" Leo Urlichich Canada's Rally Pride! even though he's from Russia.


Rear end flying off since 1975.

Dexter249 wrote:"Just close your eyes.....It's time to let it go"
-Dexter,2016
by kevinbotz 16 Jan 2018, 03:40
Pursuant to the official opening of the Group One application window, as delineated in the post above, I shall be forwarding my interest for the management of Impul.

Klon, on Alt-F1 wrote: I like to think it's more poker than gambling, though.
by Dexter249 17 Jan 2018, 15:12
I'll be looking to be penciled in for ARTA, if possible
(Autobacs Racing Team Aguri)

Subaru Impreza till I die
#1 Antoine Lestage fan on GPR
"Crazy" Leo Urlichich Canada's Rally Pride! even though he's from Russia.


Rear end flying off since 1975.

Dexter249 wrote:"Just close your eyes.....It's time to let it go"
-Dexter,2016
by CaptainGetz12 22 Jan 2018, 04:59
If anyone is interested, I'm offering Tanner Jason as a driver for the series. The American driver has experience in high-level open-wheelers, being a regular in Formula 2, and would be a boon for anyone who decides to take him for 2019.

Don Pentecost wrote:What a joke. Haas F1 is anything but American. If he can't put together a REAL American team, he shouldn't be in it...
by Racing Heart 22 Jan 2018, 05:49
Yae, somehow the Group 1 application phase was... completely uneventful and less of a doggie pile than expected. v_v
Here are the managers for each of the Group 1 teams this season.
Honda
Nakajima Racing - RealRacingRoots
Autobacs Racing Team Aguri - Dexter249 (please answer if you'll run the Group 2 effort as well!)
Team Mugen - Reject_Dom
Team Kunimitsu - TomDilain
Tsuchigami no Kyojin - Autonomous

Toyota
WedsSport Bandoh - SeedStriker
Team TOM'S - Normal32
Team SARD - Pinkd56
Team LeMans - Bandon23

Nissan
Kondo Racing - Wizzie
Team Impul - kevinbotz
NISMO - Biscione
MOLA - TheFlyingCaterham

The FULL SEASON Group 2 application phase will run from January 23rd to 29th, 14:00 UTC. More details including pictures of all possible Group 2 car selections will be available during that time.
Note that there is a hard cap of 21 cars for full-time Group 2 entrants, including the entries from the initial post.

If you want to enter a part-time Group 2 team, please wait!
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