Registration is now closed as all the reserve places are full!
Start times, race lengths, and weather conditions will vary for each round, as listed below. There are some double 'sprint' rounds and some single rounds with longer races.
Practise server open 24/7, set to the times and conditions for the upcoming race. Join TSRC discord to gain access to our practise server and for updates to the league. The password for the league session will be different to the rest of the week, and only applies to the league session. This can be found on the Races page for each track once you are signed up.
This season will use the Low Fuel Motorsport 'Balance of Performance' data (LFM BoP), with the data updated after each round.
Note: Currently on console the ballast settings are capped between 0 and 30kg, so we do not have the full range of values, but this will still help to level the playing field.
Thanks to LFM for making this data available!
Weather information shows a general forecast along with the exact server settings, in this format: (cloud%.rain%.randomness - average temp). For example "30.10.4 - 20C" would be 30% cloud, 10% rain, 4 randomness, with an average ambient temperature of 20 Celsius.
Evaluation Round - Nurburgring (Oct 26)
Round 1 - Brands Hatch (Nov 2)
Round 2 - Misano (Nov 9)
Round 3 - Suzuka (Nov 16)
Round 4 - Zandvoort (Nov 23)
Round 5 - Watkins Glen (Nov 30)
Round 6 - COTA (Dec 7)
Round 7 - Donington Park (Dec 14)
Round 8 - Valencia (Dec 21)
All drivers must read and accept the TSRC Racing Rules.
To take part you must join TSRC discord so that you can see any league updates. Everyone who has not raced with us before must take part in the evaluation round. Anyone not following these directions will be removed from the league.
30 full places are available but if these are full please register as a reserve - there are usually a few reserve places available each week so reserves will probably get to race most weeks.
If you are not able to register please check that you have added your PSN ID and all other information in your SimGrid Profile, and that you are following 'The Sim Racing Collective'.
Contact TC_WhiteRider via TSRC discord if you have any problems or questions.
Because full race replays are not available to the host you are responsible for providing video evidence of any incidents that you are involved in. All drivers are asked to save the video of their race using the Share Button at the end of the race, or by streaming live. Other drivers' videos may be used to see different angles of incidents, so please try to save if anything happened in front of you, even if you weren't involved.
(To increase video clip size, go to System Settings on PS Homepage > Sharing and Broadcasts > Video Clip Settings > Length of Video Clip > Select 60 Mins.)
Ideally you should also map a button to save a replay in game, and use this after any incidents. This will save the last few minutes of action and allow you to provide a video of different camera angles if required.
To report an incident send a private message to the league admin on discord as soon as possible (and within 24 hours), and share your video clip (e.g. on youtube). If sharing a short clip please include at least 10 seconds before and after the incident. Note the race number and lap number.
It is important to notify us if you cannot attend a race so that a reserve can take your place. If you cannot attend a race you can simply click the "WITHDRAW" button in the Races page of the championship on The Sim Grid website under the admin tab of the specific round.
If you fail to attend a race without withdrawing you will receive penalty points that carry over into other championships, and can potentially get you disqualified from the championship. Drivers who do not race and fail to withdraw risk being moved to the reserve list to allow someone else to take your place. This also applies to drivers who regularly withdraw within the last 24 hours. Please withdraw early to allow a reserve to prepare.