Nonchalant Dominance GTA Online Multi-Class Endurance Championship (Season Two) [PS4]
Watch each round of the championship live, every Sunday, at http://www.twitch.tv/broughy1322
Race Time (UK Time)
18:00 meetup for 18:30 start
For other time zones click here to convert from UK to your location
Number of laps equivalent to an approximate 1 hour 30 minute race in GT1.
27 racers at each event split into three classes: GT1, GT2 and GT3. GT1 cars will often be the quickest of their type with GT3 cars being the slowest. Drivers are only racing against those in their class.
|Round||Date||Circuit||Car Type||GT1||GT2||GT3||Highlights||Circuit Links||Extra Links|
|1||8th February||Blaine County 24h||Muscle||Dominator||Vigero||Picador||Link||Blaine County 24h||All Circuits|
|2||22nd February||Los Santos Grand Prix||Compacts||Panto||Prairie||Dilettante||Link||Los Santos Grand Prix||Season One|
|3||1st March||Olympic Grand Prix||SUVs||Huntley S||FQ2||Patriot||Link||Olympic Grand Prix||Crew Info|
|4||8th March||The North Loop||Sedans||Schafter||Primo||Surge||Link||The North Loop||Event Topic|
|5||22nd March||Blaine County 24h (raining)||Off-Road||Bifta||Injection||MW Mesa||Link|
|6||29th March||Olympic Grand Prix (raining)||Coupes||Zion||Sentinel XS||Sentinel||Link||Broughy1322 on...|
|7||12th April||Blaine County 24h||Sports B||Rapid GT||Schwartzer||Blista Compact||Link||YouTube||Twitch|
|8||19th April||Los Santos Grand Prix||Sports A||Massacro RC||Jester||Comet||Link|
|9||26th April||Olympic Grand Prix||Supers||Zentorno||Vacca||Bullet||Link||Google+|
|10||10th May||The North Loop||Sports||Elegy RH8||Sultan||Penumbra||Link||Streamtip||Patreon|
There will be 9 teams throughout the championship, with each having one driver from GT1, GT2 and GT3 all randomly selected. Points gained by drivers in each round are added up to become their team points for that round.
Each team can use a reserve driver on a maximum of three occasions throughout the championship if a regular member of their team can't make a race. Reserve drivers will score points for the team as normal and are free to race for any other team if needed.
If a driver is not online at 18:00 on race day teams are free to seek out a reserve driver. If the original driver is not online by 18:15 the reserve will be driving in his place, even if he makes it online before the start of the race. We're not waiting for anyone.
If a player is due to miss his third round of the season his team can choose to replace him permanently. He may also step down on this own. Should that happen, all reserve driver slots used previously by the outgoing team member will be reinstated.
Any drivers coming into the championship in a permanent seat mid-way through the season will be scored as normal and will replace the outgoing driver on the main championship table.
There will be 3 individual championship tables for GT1, GT2, and GT3, and a separate teams championship. Points are awarded based on finishing position in class and drivers must remain in the same class throughout the championship.
Drivers and teams will be able to drop their two worst scores meaning only their best 8 rounds will count to their overall total. Points tables can be seen on the other sheets.
Everyone who starts the race will be classified and therefore receive points. If a racer disconnects he will be classified in 9th position, with the next person who disconnects classified in 8th, and so on.
Standard multi-class endurance racing rules apply - cars being lapped do not have to move out of the way for faster cars coming through, but should also not actively defend their position and try to slow down faster cars
Cars being lapped should stick to the racing line so faster cars can predict where they will be and make overtaking easier, though if a lapped car wants to move well out of the way safely that's fine. If in doubt, stick to the racing line.
All competitors must use the pit lanes provided to fix vehicle damage and must not respawn unless in an unrecoverable position. The only exception to this is The North Loop where respawning to fix damage is allowed.
There will be a formation lap at the start of each race where drivers will get into their positions within their class with 3 distinct groups for GT1, GT2 and GT3. This will be shorter than a regular lap to minimise time taken.
Drivers will end the formation lap by lining up on the grid in a staggered (F1-style) order, with a car length gap between each car and multiple car lengths left between each class.
The official race starter will verify everyone is in an adequate position then place a sticky bomb near the start of the grid. When this sticky bomb explodes the race has begun.
Throughout the course of the 10 round championship each driver will start in every position once. Every driver will be on pole position for one race, 2nd on the grid for one race, etc. The grid for the final round will be based on championship position.
For detailed starting grid positions for each driver click here