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GT6 Council Agenda 20/05/14

Post by muzza-_-3 (GT6 Mod) on Tue May 20, 2014 12:46 am

FIA GT3 League

Ø  Cars:-
o   Mercedes SLS AMG GT3 ‘11
o   GT-R NISMO GT3 Base Model
o   GT-R NISMO GT3 Schulez Motorsport  ‘13
o   BMW Z4 GT3 ‘11
o   Audi R8 LMS ultra (Audi Sport Team Phoenix)
o   Audi R8 LMS – Team Oreca ‘10

Ø  Car regs:
o   Power for all cars 550 BHP
o   Weight for all cars 1350kg

Ø  Race meeting:
o   Qualifying with be 15 minutes and will start from the pit lane allowing everyone to get track position
o   The race will be an endurance race with a 2 hour timer, and will start with false start check
o   The qualifying WILL start at 7:30pm and the lobby with open at 7:00pm
o   Maximum of 12 people in a lobby for internet stability purposes

Ø  Tracks:
o   Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit
o   Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit
o   Mount Panorama Circuit (Bathurst)
o   Ascari Full Track
o   Monza
o   Fuji Speedway GT
o   Suzuka Circuit
o   Masda Raceway Laguna Seca
o   Circuit Spa-Francorchamps
o   Nuburgring GP

Thinking of adding Tokyo R246
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Re: GT6 Council Agenda 20/05/14

Post by bigdave235 on Tue May 20, 2014 8:28 pm

GT Committee Agenda.

1. Toyota 86 appeals.

2. FIA GT3 league. Needs to be finalized and then the forums can be created.

3. Del's Saturday NASCAR cup, are we ready to start?

4. Driver licence system. (please read robs post in the F1 committee, as it will apply to all leagues on the site). What rob has proposed is just an outline, or first proposal but we need everyone's input in order to get the system right so I would appreciate it if you could read this before tonight's meeting.

5. AOB
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Post by BK_1975 on Tue May 20, 2014 8:36 pm

GT6 blue flag rule , should it be added?
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Re: GT6 Council Agenda 20/05/14

Post by bigdave235 on Tue May 20, 2014 9:59 pm

I'm happy to discuss any rule but if we are to add rules we need a proposal on how it is to be implemented. This is quite important in this case for GT6 as there is no steward there to implement such a rule so need to know how this will work in practice
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Re: GT6 Council Agenda 20/05/14

Post by rob-lee77 on Tue May 20, 2014 10:08 pm

Ive put together a draft of roughly how the license system might work on f1 and can see that it can easily be modified to suit gt6 I have pasted the draft below for you to read and disscuss the potential modifications for gt6,one quick thought I had is you could simplify it,instead of enforcing qualy bans when points hit certain thresholds you could just give out points deductions for example:
4points on your license=4 championship points deducted

8points on your license=8 championship points deducted

12points on your license=a full race event ban,so if the event has 2 races they cant participate in both races.

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Post by rob-lee77 on Tue May 20, 2014 10:08 pm

F1 2014 season License:
below ive put together some ideas for how the license system will work.
The license system is to be introduced for the following reasons:

To put an end to the endless warnings that seem to be handed out,one warning will be issued and that is for drivers to read and understand why and what sort of penalties they can expect in the future.

Drivers will have easy access to view ther updated license so there always aware of what penalty points they have on it.

Assists stewards and FiA as they can refer to a penalty tariff we layout to help them enforce approapriate and consistent penalties.

Drivers will be held more accountable for there driving standards in there own leagues and while they are reserving in higher leagues.

Penalty thresholds:
The licence will be based on a 12 point system and there will be four thresholds where when certain points are accumulated on the license different penalties will be enforced,here are some suggestions ive put together.

3 points accumulated on license=Qualy ban for next race

6 points accumulated on license=6 points deducted from the driver and there constructor.

9 points accumulated on license=6 points deducted from the driver and there constructor and a qualy ban for the next race.

12 points accumulated on license=instant 1 race ban possibly with a further 1 race suspended ban on top so when the driver returns to racing after the ban he must complete a clean race before his points are reset to 0.

(these are ideas remember and open too discussion and changes)

Points Tarriff system and offences:
Before I star all offences can be elevated to 5 or 6 points on a license if cars lose wings as a result or destroyed.

1.desroying your own car intentionally carries 0 points on license but an instant 2 race ban.

2;Cutting corners in qualy=1 or 2 points on license plus a 20sec time pen added on to overall race time.

3.Blocking in qualy=1 point on license.

4.Unsafe track returns=1-6 points. 1 or 2 points if drivers have to take evasive action.
3 or 4 points if a collision is caused.
5 points if a driver suffers significant car damage like a puncture or lost wing.
6 points if it causes a car to be destroyes.

5.Weaving on track dangerously=1 or 2 points on license.Again points elevated if resulting in a crash as mentioned above.refer to point 4.

6.cutting pit entries or exits=1 points per offence.Clear guidelines must be set for each race so drivers understand what constitutes an illeagel entry or exit.

7.Failing to give a place back if a driver hits another off=1 or 2 points on license plus a 20sec time penalty added on to overall race time.

8.excessive corner cutting=2-4 points on license.Or 2-4 points and a 20sec time penalty on race time..


Reserve drivers:
Reserve drivers are to be made fully aware that penaly points can be put on the license and penalties carried across to there own league.Or do we need to come up with a different Tarriff where it just leads to straight out points deductions,that can be discussed if needed.

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Re: GT6 Council Agenda 20/05/14

Post by bigdave235 on Wed May 21, 2014 10:09 pm

GT6 Committee summary 20/05/2014

1. Muzza’s GT3 League
Proposal was agreed upon. Forums are to be created which muzza will moderate. The league will run on Monday evenings and will start as soon as enough interest has been shown.

2. Del’s NASCAR tournament
Forums are to be created for this to run as a 4 race championship. BK will assist Del in understanding how to use and post in the forums.

3. Toyota 86 appeals.

• Vernon/Marz incident. This incident has been looked at in length by a number of committee members and was deemed a racing incident. It was a very close call but the consensus was Vern was defending his line. If he had moved a moment later as Marz was on his inside it would have been clear that he would have not left a cars width, however it was deemed that this was not the case.

• Hamish incidents. The Hamish videos have been studied and although his driving was not up to certain standards he did not cause any incidents. When he left the track he waited to return safely. In the first few laps of the first race when he ran wide and ran across the grass, although he should have strictly returned to track he did not gain an advantage from doing so. With regards to the blue flag situation where he was on fresher tyres catching cars which he had been lapped by, although he did not un lap himself which he was entitled to do he did not cause an incident which would have interfered with someone’s race.
Hamish has not been shown to breach any rules, however his general conduct on track could improve such as corner cutting etc so he will be reminded of proper driving etiquette during league races.

4. Blue Flag’s

Clarification of blue flag rule to be posted in the GT6 forum (latest news) as follows

When driving in Gran Turismo drivers who are a lap down are obliged to move out of the way of drivers on the lead lap as they are approached by them. They must do so in a safe manner, i.e. by lifting off the accelerator on a straight, however it is not necessary to leave the track to do so.

If a lapped driver finds them self in a position where he is faster than cars on the lead lap they are entitled to un lap themselves so long as they do so in a safe manner and do not cause an incident with the driver on the lead lap. Doing so is likely to warrant a harsh penalty, depending on the nature of the incident and the inconvenienced caused to the driver on the lead lap.
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