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#1 Arturo Pereira

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Posted Oct 01 2007 - 07:34 AM

SCHEDULE - Track selection can change before the start of the season

American Oval Division - Season 16 Schedule
# Date Track Event Mod Practice Happy Hour Race Laps PitStops
1 08/10/2007 Daytona Revamped 2007 Race COT/BGN 60m 5m 40% 80 1x
15/10/2007 OFF
2 22/10/2007 California Revamped 2007 Race COT/BGN 60m 5m 40% 100 1x
29/10/2007 OFF
3 05/11/2007 Lowes Revamped All Star Edition Race COT/BGN 60m 5m 40% 160 1x
12/11/2007 OFF
4 19/11/2007 Atlanta BR Race COT/BGN 60m 5m 40% 130 1x
26/11/2007 OFF
5 03/12/2007 Texas BR Race COT/BGN 60m 5m 40% 134 1x
10/12/2007 OFF
6 17/12/2007 Richmond Night BR Race COT/BGN 60m 5m 40% 160 1x
24/12/2007 OFF
31/12/2007 OFF
07/01/2008 OFF
7 14/01/2008 Kentucky Race COT/BGN 60m 5m 45% 120 1x
21/01/2008 OFF
8 28/01/2008 Indianapolis Revamped Race COT/BGN 60m 5m 45% 72 1x

START TIME FOR OVAL DIVISION
24:00GMT / 19:00 EST/ 20 :00EDT Mondays

OVAL DIVISION RULES
BASIC RULES
Practice = 60min
Happy Hour = 5min
Race= +- 1 hour
PitStops= 1x
Full Pace Lap = ON
Double File Restarts= ON
Yellow Flag = ON
Fixed Setup = ON - EXPERT
Hardcore Mode = OFF
Damage = ON - Moderate

Season 15 IP 83.98.235.27:34211


Point System = Standard NR2003 ... 6 best races out of 8 will count for the COT Championship.


SPECIFIC RULES
ALL lapped cars should let the leaders pass as soon as they notice their presence. To do this, just move to the outside raceline and keep it there until the other car/s pass. A lapped car does not need to let the leader pass ONLY if it is fighting for the position with other lapped car. The driver/s that are attempting to pass under these conditions is/are responsible for executing a clean pass.


NO racing back to the line under YELLOWs
Drivers are not allowed to race back to the line. As soon as the track condition lights turn to yellow or the spotter announces a yellow-flag, drivers have to hold their position, gently slow down and form up to a single-line formation, regardless of what the in-game spotter might say. Lead lap drivers may allow lapped cars, which are directly behind the leading car, to pass and eventually give them the lap back. However it is not mandatory. Lapped drivers have to drive as cautiously as any other driver.
This rule does not come into action in the final ten laps of a race.

Chatting
Drivers are not allowed to chat during the qualifying sessions and the race. Only the auto-chat function is allowed to inform other drivers about the drivers' intentions and only during the race.

Team Championship
Drivers can organize Teams of 2 or 3 drivers. The points will be calculated considering the points both drivers got for each race.
Only the best 2 final positions for each Team will count. The same will happen with 3 drivers Teams.

SPEED IN PACE LAPS
1.When a Yellow is ON, all cars must keep the speed of the pace car +- 10%, SPECIALLY in the last lap before the Green. If a car can't keep this speed, just park it OR move off the track and go into the pits.

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