A maximum of fifty drivers (first come first serve) can take part in this beta season that will run on four Wednesday evenings 19:00 UTC / 20:00 BST / 21:00 CEST.
The main objective of this season is to test if we encounter bugs with the new revolutionary platform but of course we are going to have some fierce battles on the track! Due to time constraints of our staff being assigned MASSIVE tasks with the SRO Esports broadcasts and platform development we have little to no time for race direction duties so I expect you all to behave like the best possible gentlemen and gentlewomen you can be. We are going to enjoy ourselves with some semi-professional league racing on a week day.
Once the platform is fully open to the community after beta we will launch season 9 in full force as well.
- All cars from ACC can be selected, please spread your selection so not everyone races the same brand and type. Be original!
- Round 1 – Wednesday June 3rd, Silverstone
- Round 2 – Wednesday June 10th, Suzuka
- Round 3 – Wednesday June 17th, Monza
- Round 4 – Wednesday June 24th, Spa-Francorchamps
- 19:00 UTC (20:00 BST / 21.00 CEST / 22:00 EEST) – Practice (15 minutes)
- 19:15 UTC – Qualification (15 minutes)
- 19:30 UTC – Race (60 minutes)
This is one of the most important parts of the league briefing you need to 100% understand! When you sign up to the RDGTC, we expect you to be present at all the rounds. This commitment shows respect to the league, your fellow drivers and the organisation.
Absences will not be allowed so make sure when you sign up that you can be present at all the races. Drivers who fail to commit to the series will have their premium membership revoked. No excuses, no exceptions.
All racing incidents will will be reviewed by an independent group of staff who hold no affiliation to this league in any way, shape or form. All incidents will be viewed on their merits, and the decisions made by the stewards will be respected even if you disagree with the outcome.
Submitting a Report
Before submitting a report, please try (if possible) to resolve the matter privately with the parties involved in a friendly manner. If that fails then you can submit a report.
Reports are submitted to @Bram Hengeveld via Personal Message, who will then forward them to the stewards. Reports must be submitted within 48 hours of the conclusion of the race. Please make sure you conform to the procedure and standards that are expected of an incident report. This means,
- Your Name:
- Name of reported driver:
- Round and Lap Number:
- Video Evidence: Must be clear video proof. If you can’t be bothered taking the time to record it properly then we won’t be bothered reviewing it. Please include multiple angles, viewpoints. Should last approx. 1 minute.
- Written Description: Outline in writing exactly what happened.
Point penalties will be the form of penalty handed out post-race. Penalties issued by ACC must be respected, else you will be disqualified from the session. For track limits you will recieve 3 warnings before you are given a drive through penalty on your 4th cut.
For racing incidents and contacts, the following are available to be applied post-race.
- 10 second penalty
- 30 second penalty
This league is open to Premium Members of all regions.
Read this part with care! You must register on our Simracing.GP page to enter. Please click this link to find out how to get early access to SGP
Existing SGP beta testers can sign-up via this link