rFactor 2 BTCC Winter Cup Series Info

Discussion in 'BTCC Winter Cup Closed' started by Ken Jagger, Oct 23, 2018.

  1. Didier Coelo

    Didier Coelo Pro Driver SRO Team Member

    mercedes 2018 #18 for me
    thank you
     
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  2. Ken Jagger

    Ken Jagger Administrator Staff Member SRO Team Member

    Jump in the deep end Roy :) You'll never get better in rF2 without some good competition.
     
  3. Roel Postma

    Roel Postma Pro Driver SRO Team Member

    Just follow me, and stay in that position. I promisse it will bring you points!
     
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  4. Roy Cop

    Roy Cop Pro Driver

    I prefer to have you in the mirror ;-)
     
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  5. Didier Coelo

    Didier Coelo Pro Driver SRO Team Member

    ok, i'll follow you too :D
     
    Last edited: Nov 26, 2018
  6. Matheus Marçal

    Matheus Marçal Pro Driver Broadcaster Media Group

    Hey guys, i'll be racing and streaming this upcoming event, if anyone is interested, it'll be on my twitch account ->>


    I plan on start streaming from the beginning of quali. And since i don't do livestreams very often, this will be good content to broadcast.

    I will be on our teamspeak to talk with whoever is in there.
     
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  7. Bill Grewcock

    Bill Grewcock Pro Driver SRO Team Member

    2017 Subaru #20 please
     
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  8. Hakan Aslan

    Hakan Aslan Pro Driver

    :)
     
    Last edited: Nov 27, 2018
  9. Bubán Dávid

    Bubán Dávid Pro Driver

    If I saw right these are free:
    Dávid Bubán
    2018 Vauxhall Astra #18

    For Zsolt Somogyi:
    2018 Vauxhall Astra #66
     
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  10. Hakan Aslan

    Hakan Aslan Pro Driver

    astra 2018 66 the scond one ( josh cook )
     
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2018
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  11. Andrea Peverati

    Andrea Peverati Pro Driver

    2018 Vauxhall Astra #11 thanks
     
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  12. Daniel Kristow

    Daniel Kristow Pro Driver

    2017 Subaru #99

    Cheers..
     
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  13. Victor Sokolov

    Victor Sokolov Pro Driver

    Car selected:
    2017
    MG6 GT
    #40
     
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  14. Ken Jagger

    Ken Jagger Administrator Staff Member SRO Team Member

    After the first race at Donington today, a further clarification on allowed tyres for the remaining races has been made as follows:

    Now that we better understand the implications of the Tuning option for available tyres, it seems to me that the best way forward with the remaining races in the series, is to follow the intent of the developers and use the tyre options they have outlined in the Tuning Menu for the specific tracks identified.
    So what does that mean? Well it will go like this:

    Oulton Park - Standard
    Croft - Medium
    Snetterton - Standard
    Thruxton - Hard
    Knockhill - Soft/Medium
    Silverstone - Medium/Hard
    Brands Hatch - Soft/Medium


    Anybody found to be using tyres from a different Tuning option to these will be DQ from the race.
     
    Last edited: Feb 3, 2019
  15. Bill Grewcock

    Bill Grewcock Pro Driver SRO Team Member

    Thanks for the clarification, Ken. Maybe you could also give drivers a reminder of the appropriate tyre set for the track during your "chat" briefing towards the end of practice so that drivers can quickly exit the server, use the tuning menu then rejoin the server before qualifying starts if they had forgotten about tyre choice.
     
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  16. Andrew Williams

    Andrew Williams Pro Driver SRO Team Member

    I saw no issue with the current format.

    If you qualify on softs, you have a choice of soft and medium for the race.
    If you qualify on mediums, you have choice of medium or hard for the race.

    Changing to the above format, I'd imagine every fwd car will need to pit for tyres at Oulton.
     
  17. Ken Jagger

    Ken Jagger Administrator Staff Member SRO Team Member

    We are not changing the format Andrew. The change is to stop drivers using soft in qualifying and then exiting and changing the Tuning Option to one which includes Hards.
     
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  18. Jens Roos

    Jens Roos Pro Driver SRO Team Member

    What does that mean, it's ok that each driver stays on the same compound combination used in qualy (as of round 1)?
    If "Standard" is the only option at Oulton Park, all fwd on medium will have to pit, the rwd will not need to pit.

    I have not tested yet but that is my initial guess if track similar to Donington where I tested all combinations fwd/rwd.
     
  19. Andrew Williams

    Andrew Williams Pro Driver SRO Team Member

    Hey Ken,

    I think both sides are a little confused.

    It seems you cannot qualify on softs anyway and then use hards in the race.

    Jens qualified on softs in p2. Tried to change in the tuning menu to use hards in the race but wasn't allowed.
    He had to leave the server, and change to the hard option and reenter the server. This invalidated his quali lap and he started at the rear of the grid.

    Kahel qualified on softs, couldn't change to hards in the tuning menu, so quit the race (he could have left server, changed to hards and started at the back of the grid like Jens had to)

    Above you have posted..
    Oulton - Standard (Which is softs and meds)

    Several Subaru drivers did the full race at Donington on mediums without pitting. One driver did the full race on softs without pitting.
    If the FWD cars are forced to use mediums (as the hardest compound) at Oulton, every one of them will pit (a lot pitted at Donington when using Hards).

    Sure in the real event at Oulton, then only had the choice of softs and meds, but they also only races about 20-25 minutes, whereas we are trying to do 45 minutes on the same tyre.

    Either way, whatever the call is by the admin, we will go by it, and hope for the best with our tyres :D
     
  20. Ken Jagger

    Ken Jagger Administrator Staff Member SRO Team Member

    No confusion in my mind here. The only way to change from softs to Hards after Qual is by exiting/leaving the race, which I already pointed out.

    What may happen at Oulton, or other tracks for that matter, has yet to be seen. Since rF2 was released there has always been several ways to run a race. all usually based around tyre choice. With some of the faster guys running 1-3 secs a lap faster, they also have the opportunity to pit and still get a podium.

    What I will do is agree to review the lessons we learn at Oulton and make a further determination on tyres used then. Which could be the Medium Tuning option for all remaining races.
     

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