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Racing Championship 3 - Manufacturer Competition Feedback

Discussion in '#BeamNG Racing Championship' started by BombBoy4, Dec 2, 2017.

  1. BombBoy4

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    The third championship is now over, so what should we do for the fourth?
    Personally, I think a flex competition would work. You could use a different car and different tune each competition, as long as it has the same performance rating.
    Also, I will participate in all 3 this time.
     
  2. SnakePlayz

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    I would love to see championship 4 be where we time ourselves not in game, and do it at oval tracks. but that's my opinion, plus i'm coming back in championship 4 as well.
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    what i mean is we get out a stopwatch since most oval tracks mod or not don't have their own time trials.
     
  3. OttoNL

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    I didn't enter, but I did try a race or two after the fact. Personally I would love to enter if the races weren't those generated races, but scenario's on (vanilla) maps.
     
  4. DriftinCovet1987

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    I don't think that I'd want them on Utah, though...I can't even open that (but I can open every other map, strangely enough.

    OT: Personally, I think that this whole "one-car championship" was a bit too limiting, to be honest. Sure, it was fun, but the thing is, I was far too caught up in 0.11, the CRD, and my current writing project. The Bolide 320 tune that you (@BombBoy4) provided was fantastic, but I just had far too many things going on at the time. However, I think that weight classes should be interesting.

    I'll let these lists do the explaining for me (everything under Class B should have a lightened flywheel, while everything above should have an ultra-light flywheel, by the way.)
    Weight Class 1: 900-1100 kg.:

    Vehicles: Ibishu Covet, Ibishu Miramar

    Class E:

    Power: 85 hp
    Transmission speeds: 4
    Wheel width: 5.5 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Premium
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only
    Differential: Non-adjustable limited-slip
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class D:

    Power: 100 hp
    Transmission speeds: 4
    Wheel width: 7 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Sport
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only
    Differential: Non-adjustable limited-slip
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class C:

    Power: 125 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5
    Wheel width: 8 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Semi race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter and Nomi GTC spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, door panels, bumpers (in the case of the Miramar)
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Class B:

    Power: 200 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5
    Wheel width: 8 inches
    Tire type: Race
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Full race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter and Nomi GTC/GTT spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, door panels, bumpers (in the case of the Miramar)
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Weight Class 2: 1200-1400 kg.:

    Vehicles: Ibishu 200BX, Bruckell LeGran, Ibishu Hopper, 1988 and 1996 Ibishu Pessima, Civetta Bolide, Hirochi Sunburst

    Class E:

    Power: 125 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5
    Transmission type: Normal
    Wheel width: 5.5 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Premium
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only
    Differential: Non-adjustable limited-slip
    Drive wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class D:

    Power: 150 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5 (6 for the Sunburst)
    Transmission type: Normal
    Wheel width: 7 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Premium
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only
    Differential: Non-adjustable limited-slip
    Drive wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, door panels
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class C:

    Power: 220 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5 (6 for the Sunburst and SBR4)
    Transmission Type: Normal
    Wheel width: 9 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Sport
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only (no rear spoiler on the Bolide
    Differential: Non-adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, door panels, carbon-fiber hood
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class B:

    Power: 302 hp
    Transmission speeds: 6
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 10 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Semi race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter, rear diffuser, and Nomi GTC or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, door panels, carbon-fiber hood
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Class A:

    Power: 400 hp
    Transmission speeds: 6
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 12 inches
    Tire type: Race
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Full race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter, rear diffuser, and Nomi GTC/GTT or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, door panels, carbon-fiber hood
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Class S:

    Power: 500 hp
    Transmission speeds: 6
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 11 inches
    Tire type: Race
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Full race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter, aero sideskirts, rear diffuser, and Nomi GTC/GTT/GTRX or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 4
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, door panels, carbon-fiber hood
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Class R:

    Power: 650 hp
    Transmission speeds: 6
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 11 inches
    Tire type: Race
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Full race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front GTRX splitter, aero sideskirts, rear diffuser, and Nomi GTC/GTT/GTRX or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 4
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, door panels, carbon-fiber hood
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Weight Class 3: 1400-1600 kg.:

    Vehicles: Bruckell LeGran, Ibishu Hopper, 1996 Ibishu Pessima, Hirochi SBR4, ETK K-Series, ETK I-Series, Gavril Barstow

    Class E:

    Power: 135 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5
    Transmission type: Normal
    Wheel width: 7 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Premium
    Flywheel weight: Lightened
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only
    Differential: Non-adjustable limited-slip
    Drive wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class D:

    Power: 170 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5
    Transmission type: Normal
    Wheel width: 7 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Premium
    Flywheel weight: Lightened
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only
    Differential: Non-adjustable limited-slip/locking
    Drive wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class C:

    Power: 230 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5 (6 for the K-Series/SBR4)
    Transmission Type: Normal
    Wheel width: 9 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Sport
    Flywheel weight: Lightened
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only
    Differential: Non-adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, carbon-fiber hood
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class B:

    Power: 350 hp
    Transmission speeds: 6
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 10 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Semi race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter and Nomi GTC or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, carbon-fiber hood
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Class A:

    Power: 450 hp
    Transmission speeds: 6
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 12 inches
    Tire type: Race
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Full race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter, sideskirts, and Nomi GTC/GTT or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, carbon-fiber hood
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Class S:

    Power: 550 hp
    Transmission speeds: 6
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 11 inches
    Tire type: Race
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Full race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter, sideskirts, and Nomi GTC/GTT/GTRX or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 4
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, carbon-fiber hood
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Class R:

    Power: 750 hp
    Transmission speeds: 7
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 11 inches
    Tire type: Race
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Full race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front GTRX splitter, rear diffuser, sideskirts, and Nomi GTC/GTT/GTRX or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 4
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, carbon-fiber hood
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Weight Class 4: 1600-1800 kg.:

    Vehicles: Bruckell Moonhawk, ETK 800 Series, Gavril Barstow

    Class E:

    Power: 160 hp
    Transmission speeds: 4
    Transmission type: Normal
    Wheel width: 7 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Premium
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only
    Differential: Non-adjustable limited-slip
    Drive wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class D:

    Power: 200 hp
    Transmission speeds: 4 (6 for the 800 Series)
    Transmission type: Normal
    Wheel width: 8 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Premium
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only
    Differential: Non-adjustable limited-slip
    Drive wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only
    Class C:

    Power: 260 hp

    Transmission speeds: 5 (6 for the 800 Series/K-Series)
    Transmission Type: Normal
    Wheel width: 9 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Sport
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only
    Differential: Non-adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class B:

    Power: 350 hp
    Transmission speeds: 6
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 10 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Semi race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter and Nomi GTC or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Class A:

    Power: 475 hp
    Transmission speeds: 6
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 12 inches
    Tire type: Race
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Full race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter and Nomi GTC/GTT or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Class S:

    Power: 550 hp
    Transmission speeds: 6
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 11 inches
    Tire type: Race
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Full race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter and Nomi GTC/GTT/GTRX or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Class R:

    Power: 800 hp
    Transmission speeds: 8
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 11 inches
    Tire type: Race
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Full race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front GTRX splitter and Nomi GTC/GTT/GTRX or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 4
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Weight Class 5: 1800-2200 kg.:

    Vehicles: Gavril Grand Marshal, Burnside Special, Gavril D-Series, Gavril Roamer

    Class E:

    Power: 165 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5
    Transmission type: Normal
    Wheel width: 8 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Premium
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only
    Differential: Limited-slip
    Drive wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class D:

    Power: 215 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5
    Transmission type: Normal
    Wheel width: 8 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Premium
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only
    Differential: Limited-slip
    Drive wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class C:

    Power: 300 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5
    Transmission Type: Normal
    Wheel width: 9 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Sport
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only
    Differential: Non-adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 2
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class B:

    Power: 400 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 10 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Semi race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter and Nomi GTC or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 4
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Class A:

    Power: 500 hp
    Transmission speeds: 6
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 12 inches
    Tire type: Race
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Full race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter and Nomi GTC/GTT or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 4
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, bumpers
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Class S:

    Power: 650 hp
    Transmission speeds: 6
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 12 inches
    Tire type: Race
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Full race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter and Nomi GTC/GTT or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 4
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, bumpers
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Class R:

    Power: 800 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 12 inches
    Tire type: Race
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Full race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter and Nomi GTC/GTT or similar spoiler
    Differential: Adjustable limited-slip
    Driven wheels: 4
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, bumpers
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Weight Class 6: 2200-4000 kg.:

    Vehicles: Gavril H-Series, Gavril D-Series, Gavril Roamer

    Class E:

    Power: 214 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5
    Transmission type: Normal
    Wheel width: 8 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Premium
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only
    Differential: Limited-slip/locking
    Drive wheels: 4
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class D:

    Power: 300 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5
    Transmission type: Normal
    Wheel width: 8 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Premium
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter and smallest rear spoiler only
    Differential: Limited-slip/locking
    Drive wheels: 4
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class C:

    Power: 440 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5
    Transmission Type: Normal
    Wheel width: 9 inches
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Sport
    Brake pads: Sport
    Widebody kits: No
    Aero: Front splitter
    Differential: Limited-slip/locking
    Driven wheels: 4
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Front strut bar only

    Class B:

    Power: 570 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5
    Transmission type: Race
    Wheel width: 10 inches or rear duallies
    Tire type: Sport
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Semi race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter
    Differential: Limited-slip/locking
    Driven wheels: 4
    Steering: Quick-ratio race
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Class A:

    Power: 750 hp
    Transmission speeds: 6
    Transmission type: Normal
    Wheel width: 12 inches or rear duallies
    Tire type: Race
    Suspension/brakes: Race
    Brake pads: Full race
    Widebody kits: Yes
    Aero: Front splitter
    Differential: Limited-slip/locking
    Driven wheels: 4
    Steering: Quick-ratio
    Weight reduction: Passenger/rear seats, bumpers
    Chassis stiffening/roll cage: Yes

    Weight Class 7: 700 kg. or less/5,000 kg or more:

    Vehicles: Gavril T-Series, Ibishu Pigeon

    Class E:

    Power: 27/335 hp
    Transmission speeds: 3/12
    Transmission type: Normal
    Suspension/brakes: Normal
    Brake pads: Premium
    Differential: Open
    Flywheel weight: Stock
    Weight reduction: Tailgate/front bumper

    Class D:

    Power: 78/610 hp
    Transmission speeds: 5/12
    Transmission type: Normal
    Tire type: Normal
    Suspension/brakes: Heavy-duty/high-pressure/lifted
    Brake pads: Sport
    Flywheel weight: Lightened
    Differential: Limited-slip/locking

    Weight reduction: Tailgate, bumpers/front bumper, mudflaps

    Also, I think that if we are going to somewhere besides the procedural tracks, then perhaps heading to Industrial or somewhere like that would be interesting.
     
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    Drift competitions/2 wheel competitions? There are mods for calculating those, so it is plausible.
    For the official Racing Championship 4 I think we should do weight class 3 performance class C (though I'm not sure enough people participate to be worth it, but that's what polls are for), and then we could have a quick side-competition in the middle.
    Sound good everyone?
     
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    This is actually a good idea. If we're going to have side competitions involving drifting and two-wheeling, then we could have two to four people per team: one or two people who do drifting, and one or two people who do two-wheeling. Also, teams could possibly be competing with either the same car or different cars, built in different, similar, or identical ways (within the specs).
     
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    My only question is how would we score it? Average the scores?
     
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    I'm not sure what he means, either. However, I was thinking about your decision to use Weight Class 3, Performance Class C, and I was wondering if we could expand this to Weight Class 5, Performance Class C. Also, we could perhaps drive on...

    *A procedural track
    *One of the Industrial Rallycross layouts - I'm thinking Perimeter should do well
    *The Industrial Drift circuit with the Drift UI app
    *One of the Gridmap ramps with the 2-wheeling app
    *A race around JRI - perhaps the Hillclimb or Road Race should do well

    ...to give a bit more variation.
     
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    Maybe add a little rallycross? Or should I leave that to the official rally championship.
    I think we could expand it to classes 3, 4, and 5 because that would give room for midsize vehicles, as well as light duty trucks. Expanding a single championship to m,ultiple areas would be fun, and having more than just races would also increase the skill needed. Rough draft for next championship:
    1. Very power-biased procedural track
    2. 1-minute drifting on Hirochi Raceway
    3. One of the JRI quickraces
    Any more feedback? Saturady is already here, but I can start it Sunday.
     
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    The thing is, no matter how much power bias a procedural track has, it just won't be enough to counter those power-biased cars' lack of handling. The JRI hillclimb or road race will put an emphasis on power, though. A big emphasis on power.

    I think that having weight classes 3, 4, and 5 is a brilliant idea, as several vehicles can fit into more than one weight class (Barstow, Moonhawk, Burnside, perhaps a couple others), and allow for greater diversity.

    Averaging out the points between the drift competition and the 2-wheeling competition is a great idea, in my opinion. It'd mean that both team members would have to do well in their respective competitions for the team to win.

    Yesterday, I found out that I could run Utah at 30 FPS with a Pigeon, or 26 FPS with a '96 Pessima, so if we want to head to Utah for the Mixed Stage race, I'd be totally fine with that.

    I think that, for a more polished draft of our championship...

    *Utah Mixed Stage
    *A handling-based procedural track, like this one....
    screenshot_00240.png
    *Drift competition at Hirochi Raceway/2-wheeling competition on Gridmap
    *ECA Backroads Course 1 (3 laps)

    ...these might be suitable.

    Also, I'd like to make a team. I'm going to be driving an ETK I-Series for this championship, so if anyone wants to join me, feel free to PM me or mention me on my profile. I'll be doing the drift competition at Hirochi.
     
  14. MrAnnoyingDude

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    If a car fits the rulebook, but is not listed here, can you use it?
     
  15. BombBoy4

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    Depends, what is said car?

    Will be setting up the thread soon, so get your members ready. Just mention them in a post in the thread.
     
  16. MrAnnoyingDude

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    ETK S-Series.
     
  17. BombBoy4

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    No mods in any official competition, but I was thinking we'd have a modded side-competition at some point.