The place for current RWRS universe and "canon" historical series
by Kinnikuniverse 11 Jul 2021, 16:10
WORLD SUPERBIKES ARE BACK!

After a long and grueling winter, the FIM World Superbike Championship, presented by Flammini Group, will kick off its second season of high-flying, death-defying production motorcycle action following a successful first season, with australian Mick Doohan barely beating fred merkel for the title.

With the gold coast native now racing for honda in 500cc world championship, this year's title is anybody's game, with the 7 manufacturers taking part all bringing their latest machinery in order to achieve their ultimate goal.

NEW BIKES AND A NEW MANUFACTURER!

Ducati, Honda and Manufacturers champions Bimota will enter this year's series with updated verions of their current bikes, same with Suzuki and yamaha, the latter building a new and much improved version of their FZR750 bike, titled the OW01,which is rumoured to have the most powerful engine on the grid.

Kawasaki, meanwhile, has unveiled a brand new bike, the Ninja ZXR-750. The japanese brand put a lot of resources into building this bike after finishing last in the manufacturer standings despite doug chandler's win at hockenheim, with factory team manager rob muzzy saying that they believe they will crack the top 3 this year.

A new name enters the sport: british firm Norton enters its new 750cc version of its revolutionary rotary-engined RCW 588 bike. Chief Engineer Brian Crighton, who will run the Factory team, said that Norton entering WSBK is the first step towards achieving worldwide recognition for british motorcycle savoir-faire, and he also said that they are still looking to enter the original RCW588 in the 500cc World championship in the near future.


SCHEDULE REVEALED!

FG Sport leader Maurizio Flammini has revealed the confirmed schedule for the 1989 WSBK Season:


Alt-WSBK 89 Schedule

1. Donington -april 1-2
2. Hungaroring -april 29-30
3. Hockenheim -may 7-8
4. A-1 ring -may 13-1430
5. Mosport - june 3-4
6. Road America - june 17-18
7. Imola - july 1-2
8. Paul Ricard - july 22-23
9. Jarama - july 29-30
10. Estoril - august 5-6
11. Sugo - august 26-27
12. Oran Park - september 9-10

The schedule remains mostly the same, with the only changes being the round of Italy going from misano to imola due to the italian GP going to the former, while circuit paul ricard host the french round, with the date also changed so as to not clash with the french GP at le mans.


ATTENTION ALL USERS: USERS WHO PARTICIPATED IN ALT-WSBK 89 MUST CONFIRM WHETHER OR NOT THEY WILL RETURN IN 89 AND, IF SO, CONFIRM WHETHER THEY WILL RUN THE SAME TEAM OR RUN A NEW ONE!

ALSO, FAST BY FERRACCI, HARDWICK RACING AND CRIGHTON ENGINEERING ARE AVAILABLE FOR ANYONE TO TAKE OVER!

NEW USERS ARE ALSO WELCOME!
by Kinnikuniverse 12 Jul 2021, 11:07
ALT-WSBK 89 RULES

WEEK-END STRUCTURE

-Each round has 2 races. One on saturday, the other on sunday

-Two Practice Sessions on Friday, followed by One Qualifying session and Race 1 on Saturday. Qualifying session #2 and Race 2 on Sunday.

POINTS STRUCTURE

-The CART Points system will be used.

1st - 20
2nd - 16
3rd - 14
4th - 12
5th - 10
6th - 8
7th - 6
8th - 5
9th - 4
10th - 3
11th - 2
12th - 1


BIKE ALLOCATIONS

-Each teams cannot enter more than 2 bikes.

- Each Manufacturer has a limited number of bikes available. Factory teams can give bikes to privateers, but they have to tune down a specific part of the current-spec bike or give them an 88-spec bike to avoid any loophole abuse on factory bikes.


-Who gets what bike is determined on a first come, first served basis. Factory teams will obviously automatically get the current spec bikes.

-each team MUST run the same bike for both of its riders. It cannot be two bikes from different manufacturers.


FACTORY TEAMS
-Fast by Ferracci-Ducati
-Team Rumi RCM-Honda
-Yoshimura Racing-Suzuki
-Rob Muzzy Racing-Kawasaki
-BP Racing-Yamaha
-Bimota Corse-Bimota
-Crighton Engineering-Norton


Entries:

-both real and Fictional teams are allowed. fill up the application letter below:

TEAM NAME (nationality)
Number of rounds:
Bike:
Number of bikes:
Sponsor: (not necessary, just to add flavour)
Rider 1: up to 4 bids
Rider Status:
Rider 2 (if running 2 bikes): Up to 4 bids
Rider Status:


Factory teams, here is the application letter for you:

TEAM NAME (nationality)
Number of rounds:
Bike:
Number of bikes:
Detuning for privateers:
Sponsor: (not necessary, just to add flavour)
Rider 1: up to 4 bids (number of years. Factory teams only)
Years (factory teams only):
Rider Status:
Rider 2 (if running 2 bikes): Up to 4 bids
Years (factory teams only):
Rider Status:



-A maximum of 42 Riders per round will be allowed. 22 Full time Entries Minimum, the rest can be part-time.



RIDERS

Both real life and canon Riders can be used.
Riders Performance will be based on canon results and real life results.
In case a canon Rider doesn’t have any previous background associated, he’ll get his talent file RNG’ed.


Speaking of RNGs...

RIDER RNG RULES
Since there is no budget system in this edition of alt-WSBK, teams can bid on any riders they want. HOWEVER, some riders won't just ride for anybody. Some riders have conditions and standards to meet in order to sign them, so Bid Wisely.


TEAMS AVAILABLE TO CONTROL FOR ANYONE INTERESTED:

-Fast By Ferracci-Ducati Factory team
-Hardwick Racing.
-crighton engineering-Norton Factory team

Here is the bike allocation spreadsheet:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... p=drivesdk

And the available Rider Spreadsheet:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... p=drivesdk
by Rob Dylan 22 Jul 2021, 09:33
I would like to take up Rob Muzzy Racing. I'll have a look at how we did last year and see about what to do for this year.

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Kinnikuniverse 19 Aug 2021, 22:08
Attention, Motorcyclists!

All Users have until next monday, August 23rd, to confirm your participation for Alt-WSBK 1989. Please Confirm whether you'll run your current team, take over one of the remaining Factory teams, or create a new team from scratch!
by Frogfoot9013 23 Aug 2021, 17:18
Flor Bath Honda will be continuing in some capacity, though I am still deliberating on the nature of the operation for 1989.

James Hunt, commentating on the 1991 German Grand Prix wrote:The Benettons looking very smart together on the track, mostly because they're both going so slowly.
by Kinnikuniverse 24 Aug 2021, 12:42
Alright, since the remaining users have not confirmed their presence until the deadline, i'll take control of their teams until they do so.

Let me remind you of the rules concerning Entries and Rider Bidding:

Entries:

-both real and Fictional teams are allowed. fill up the application letter below:

TEAM NAME (nationality)
Number of rounds:
Bike:
Number of bikes:
Sponsor: (not necessary, just to add flavour)
Rider 1: up to 4 bids
Rider Status:
Rider 2 (if running 2 bikes): Up to 4 bids
Rider Status:


Factory teams, here is the application letter for you:

TEAM NAME (nationality)
Number of rounds:
Bike:
Number of bikes:
Detuning for privateers:
Sponsor: (not necessary, just to add flavour)
Rider 1: up to 4 bids (number of years. Factory teams only)
Years (factory teams only):
Rider Status:
Rider 2 (if running 2 bikes): Up to 4 bids
Years (factory teams only):
Rider Status:



-A maximum of 42 Riders per round will be allowed. 22 Full time Entries Minimum, the rest can be part-time.



RIDERS

Both real life and canon Riders can be used.
Riders Performance will be based on canon results and real life results.
In case a canon Rider doesn’t have any previous background associated, he’ll get his talent file RNG’ed.


Speaking of RNGs...

RIDER RNG RULES
Since there is no budget system in this edition of alt-WSBK, teams can bid on any riders they want. HOWEVER, some riders won't just ride for anybody. Some riders have conditions and standards to meet in order to sign them, so Bid Wisely.

Here is the bike allocation spreadsheet:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... p=drivesdk

And the available Rider Spreadsheet:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... p=drivesdk
Last edited by Kinnikuniverse on 24 Aug 2021, 13:43, edited 1 time in total.
by Shawn040217 24 Aug 2021, 13:40
Team Name : Petronas Racing Group
Number of rounds: Full Season
Bike: Yamaha (89-spec version)
Number of bikes: 1
Sponsor: Petronas
Rider 1: -
- Dominique Sarron (FRA) ($7.3k per round)
- Fabrizio Pirovano (ITA) ($7.4k per round)
- Michael Galinski (GER) ($7.2k per round)
by Kinnikuniverse 15 Oct 2021, 20:05
Hi.

So this thread is now on hold for the foreseeable future, for obvious reasons. I'm gonna do other things for the time being. There may come a time where i'd be interested in running this again, albeit most likely starting a new alt-WSBK 89 thread from scratch. Thank you for your understanding.

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