|Posted by Jeremy Denzer at 12:22 PM on Jun 12, 2012||Post #1|
I know this is entirely up to Tom but I would like to see the schedule follow iRacing's schedule. I would like to work on my iRating and these cars being so difficult (for me anyway) to setup I dont have time to build setups for this schedule and the official one.
I did talk to Tom about this and I understand why he choose some of the tracks he did. I just wanted to throw this out there and see what others think.
Regardless the last 2 races I have been in have been great. Looking forward to Michigan.
|Posted by Charlie Parker at 01:34 PM on Jun 12, 2012||Post #2|
I would rather see a good mix of tracks. Ones that are entirely different from each other. Say like; Talladega, Martinsville, Watkins Glen, Darlington, Texas, Bristol, Phoenix etc.
If you want to improve your I-Rating, join the Indy car oval fixed series. I ran one race clean, which is pretty easy to do in this series, and my rating went up 1.3 in just one race!
|Posted by Tom Moseley at 02:44 PM on Jun 12, 2012||Post #3|
For the first season of using the iRacing Sim at Race2Play I wanted to pick some tracks that were on the actual CUP schedule taking out the tracks I believe would be high caution races. Unfortunately, the first track on the schedule for the season opener did not work out that well but the last two tracks have been more of what I was hoping for.
If this season continues as successfully as it's started out, and Race2Play decides to allow the iRacing Sim to move forward, I'll be setting the schedule to mirror the actual CUP schedule as much as possible. The off season I take requests on what tracks everyone would like to see and build the schedule with the requests in mind.
|Posted by Jeremy Denzer at 06:03 PM on Jun 12, 2012||Post #4|
Works for me Tom. Im not positive but I think thats what the offcial schedual is based on...unless they come out with a new track they are trying to sell ya
Charles I think you are confuiseing iRating (IR) and
Saftey Rating (SR)
|Posted by Charlie Parker at 07:08 PM on Jun 12, 2012||Post #5|
You're right Jeremy. I thought you were talking about the safety rating.
|Posted by Jeremy Denzer at 08:17 PM on Jun 12, 2012||Post #6|
Bla who cares about SR? :)
|Posted by Charlie Parker at 01:46 AM on Jun 13, 2012||Post #7|
I CARE!!! If you drop below 2 and the date for license promotions come up, you will be demoted from your present level to the next lowest level. There have been many times when my SR is bellow 2 and I had to just ride around the track in last place and be safe to bring it back up.
|Posted by Joseph A Martin at 12:59 PM on Jun 13, 2012||Post #8|
Charlie, what class are you? I thought you had to be above 3.
|Posted by Charlie Parker at 01:19 PM on Jun 13, 2012||Post #9|
I'm A road and B oval. You need to have your SR at 3 or above to get promoted on the promotion date, but if you are below 2, you will be demoted on the promotion date. If you get to 4 or above, you will get automatically promoted before the promotion date.