Discussion in 'SRO Mazda MX-5 EuroCup' started by Ken Jagger, Dec 29, 2018.
This series is now open for Car skin selection with only 2 cars of the same allowed.
The start date for this series has been amended to avoid an unintentional clash with the final race of the BTCC Winter series.
Is it possible to put Estoril 2 weeks after Magione? So instead of the first round it would become the finale. That would be super! For me personnally the end of may is the time to wrap up simracing for a while because june is friggin hell for a teacher.
Sorry just looked at the calendar. This is just super. Thnx Ken!!
I'm glad it now suits you Tim, even though the changes were not for you specifically.
"...Oh, Knockhill and Magione."
If you guys start running into livery uniqueness issues, I can maybe work some magic this week for one or two people, or just come up with a generic four-color livery scheme that can be turned into 24 unique cars just be rotating the colors.
Well, this is a series perfectly suited for the times which I am able to race! I will be there
Due to the variation in the number of cars allowed on various AC tracks, the final race at Magioni only allows 18 cars. This means that only the top 18 in the points standings will go through to the final race. All other tracks have 24 or more grid spots so should not be a problem.
In't there an osrw version of it which allows more gridspots?
Ok yes there is along with others, so thanks for reminding me about this Tim. However I've tried adding two of these tracks (Magioni & Mugello) to my AC install and the alternative versions can both be selected in offline mode and they are also visible in AC Content Manager. But they do not show up in Assetto Corsa Server Manager, so does anybody have any ideas?
This happens on tracks that only have 1 layout (like Magioni)
You need to edit the UI folder.
When you have copied the OSRW version in to the folder, your UI folder will look like this....
You need to create a new folder, call it whatever (magione) and then copy the extra 3 files into it
Then both tracks will show up in Servermanager
Remember everybody racing also needs to install the OSRW pit increase files onto their system, (but if I recall, they don't need to do the above modification)
Thanks Andrew, I was thinking it was something like that. After checking the thread at AssettoCorsa.net it looks like they were expecting people to configure the servers manually in notepad and not using AC Server Manager.