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 1991 FIA Formula One World Championship - Rules

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Richard Coxon
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1991 FIA Formula One World Championship
  

1991 FIA Formula One World Championship - Rules F11991


F1 1991 Mod

For this championship we will use F1 1991 Mod for rFactorthis damage update and a sound update 

  
Car Selection

A variety of cars are available for the 1991 schedule as full-season drives. Please refer to the mod's readme pdf before making a car selection for the season.

Car selection will take place within a five-group scheme to be announced by the moderators. Please refer to the Entry List thread for details on this process.

During the season, switching from one full-time drive to another is permissible -- but only under the following process:

1) Any full-time drive that goes vacant will be offered on the forum to full season drivers that want to change their car, on a first come-first serve basis. Admins still reserve the right to refuse a car to a driver who is deemed to fast for it.

2) Should the drive still remain vacant 24 hours later, it will be offered to the waiting list drivers in order of who has the most one off starts.

3) The drive made free by the full season driver who changes his ride will go to procedure 1)

For certain exceptional cases we can allow sharing a car between two drivers, i.e. they are free to arrange between themselves who drives at each event. 

If a full-time driver declares himself/herself absent for a race, their car will be available for said race as a one-off drive. If a full-time driver gives up their drive for the season, the car in question goes through the three-step process listed above. One-off drivers cannot switch from one car to another once they have made a selection for a particular race. Similarly, full-time drivers already confirmed for a particular race cannot abandon their full-time ride for a car that suddenly becomes available after the fact. Drivers with a secure full-time drive are not allowed to jump into another car that happens to be open at a particular race, unless they are switching to that car full-time or abandoning full-time driving in favour of one-offs. If a full-time drive is vacated awkwardly close to a particular race, the admins may choose to offer the car as a one-off for said race, then reallocate it as a full-time drive after the race is complete.

A full-season driver missing two races in a row without any explanation on the forum will have their car freed and made available for someone else. If a full-season driver is absent for three races in a row or five races in total, they will lose their drive, even if they declare their absence each time. If a driver makes the effort to qualify for a race, but does not make the 26-car field, said race will not count as an absence.  For those on the waiting list who wanted to commit to full season and did not get a ride, we will count how many times they effectively appear to do a one off, which will score for preference towards getting a full time drive that becomes available (after said drive clears procedure 1 listed above).  The driver(s) with the most one off starts have 24 hours to claim a car from the time it is made available to them; if they say no or do not respond, the next driver(s) on the list have 24 hours to claim it, and so on.  If everyone on the waiting list declines the car by saying no or letting time expire, it will be open to anyone.  The waiting list is only for drivers who have no full-time drive, not for full-time drivers looking to switch cars.  Full time drives do not count as one off drives.  Full-time drivers are only allowed one car switch during the season.  A car swap between two full-time drivers can be requested, but must be cleared with the admins (this would count as the one full-time car switch allowed during the year for both parties involved). 
 

Championship Rules

The championship will be run over 16 rounds.


Points System

Points are awarded to the top 6 finishers in each round. Only drivers which have covered at least 90% of the laps covered by the race winner will be classified.  Whenever 90% of the total number of laps result in a number with decimals, the decimals will be disregarded. All results will be counted at the end of the series. Two drivers tied in final points will be split by the quality of their race finishing positions.

Place 
1st 
2nd 
3rd 
4th 
5th 
6th 
Points 1064321
   
There will be one drivers' championship and one constructors' championship.  Constructors' points are awarded to the top six placegetters in each round.


Event Schedule 

Races will be held on Sunday evenings, preceded by 2 qualifying sessions on Thursday and Saturday evenings (all times given being CET, Paris Time)  Only the fastest 26 drivers will be allowed to race on Sunday.

Thursday
21h30 - First qualifying session (1 hour, limited to 12 laps)

Saturday
21h30 - Second qualifying session (1 hour, limited to 12 laps)

Sunday
20h00 - Free practice
20h50 - Warm Up
21h00 - Start of the race (2 hours maximum)

Server Password : hso91
A training server will be running 24/7 (same password).


Race Start Procedure

- Race start procedures will be announced in the individual race threads.
 

Behaviour on track

- as for all HSO races, it is required you use your real name both in-game and on the forum. Thank you.

- Chatting is STRICTLY FORBIDDEN in race session. It is allowed in qualifying sessions for technical issues only.

- Drive Through : If a driver has to do a drive through, even if there is no pit lane speed limit, he has to drive through the pitlane at 100km/h max (60mph). If he doesn't respect this, he will get a 30s penalty at the end of the race.

- Shortcuts : If a driver gains a position after shortcutting a turn, he is required to give it back as soon as possible. In the case where a driver would not do it rapidly, a 30-second penalty will be added to his total race time. In the event of abusive and intentional shortcutting, severe sanctions will be applied (up to definitive a ban from the league). To make sure you never shortcut a turn, try to always keep two wheels on the track.

- Respect the red condition at the end of the pitlane.


Application and Interpretation of the Regulations

The admins/moderators are qualified to solve any problems raised by the application and the interpretation of the present regulations.


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Greg Hunt
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Richard Coxon wrote:


For this championship we will use F1 1991 Mod for rFactor, plus this damage update

 

damage update ?what are the difference Between this year and 2013 ? thanks
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Jason White
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Parts will not fly off as easily, from what I understand.
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Richard Coxon
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The cars suspension and body work is stronger. Wheels will not fly off now at the slightest touch.

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Greg Hunt
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Crying or Very sad  ok thanks for your answer guys
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François Remmen
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PostSubject: Re: 1991 FIA Formula One World Championship - Rules   1991 FIA Formula One World Championship - Rules Icon_minitimeThu 15 Dec 2016 - 19:28

i created some setups for you guys
to start of with
use it as a template

these setups are for phoenix but you can adjust them for the other tracks

for wheelers you need to raise the steering lock
gamepad is around 10

http://www.mediafire.com/file/fb4fw5pt8it5d88/Phoenix91.rar

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Ben Paulet
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Thx for them, François. :frank:
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Jan Kowalski
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i have no race button on the test server? I have the F1 1991 install, damage update and the 1992 Trackpack :hum:
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Pascal Mikula
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Jan Kowalski wrote:
i have no race button on the test server? I have the F1 1991 install, damage update and the 1992 Trackpack :hum:
Make sure:
- You're not logged onto the server as spectator
- The current session is still running or about to start
Wink then it should work
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Jan Kowalski
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Pascal Mikula wrote:
Jan Kowalski wrote:
i have no race button on the test server? I have the F1 1991 install, damage update and the 1992 Trackpack :hum:
Make sure:
- You're not logged onto the server as spectator

That was a really good hint :hihi: I had the spectator mod on from last race at Ontario :doh:
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Greg Hunt
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Why we can t change track on server ?
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Greg Goissen wrote:
Why we can t change track on server ?

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Richard Coxon
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Will look into it for you.  :top:
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Will a driver lose their ride if they DNQ for a certain number of races in a row?
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Jason Fitch wrote:

Will a driver lose their ride if they DNQ for a certain number of races in a row?

No, only if they miss 2 races in a row without comment, 3 races in a row even with comments or 5 races in total, again even if they declare there absense.
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PostSubject: Re: 1991 FIA Formula One World Championship - Rules   1991 FIA Formula One World Championship - Rules Icon_minitimeWed 28 Dec 2016 - 8:22

Did suspensions races count toward that 5 races for losing a ride?
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No, but you shouldn't be driving in a style that gets you suspended.  Wink
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First off, I do not plan on doing this, but I figure clarification is in order.

All a person needs to do is make an appearance at a Qualifying session and put in a laptime for them to be counted as being there?
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No as qualifying is a different day to the race. If someone qualified and then had no intention of racing without informing us, that would be one strike on them.
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Last Question about qualifying..I think....

More a clarification, we get 12 laps in Each session? Not 12 laps total across both? So if we come to both sessions we have 24 laps.
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Jason Fitch wrote:

Last Question about qualifying..I think....

More a clarification, we get 12 laps in Each session? Not 12 laps total across both? So if we come to both sessions we have 24 laps.

12 laps in each session, these 12 laps include inlaps and outlaps.
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Just a precision ... When there is a crash, how many laps are counted ?

Because in this case, outlap = 1 lap, crashlap = 1 lap too, then "Escape" ... Only 2 laps counted because there is not an inlap.

Thanks in advance Wink


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The game should count the lap you are on during the crash as an inlap.
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Michael Drechsler
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The king of outlap crashes can confirm that just one lap is taken from you allowance if you crash during your warm up lap and return to the pits using ESC Wink
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Sorry, I misspoke ...

I just wanted to make sure that the Mod counts 3 laps if we use "Esc" after the finish line after one qualifying lap and, apparently, it is the case. Except mistake on my part, it is not the case on all Rfactor Mods ... and if this was not the case, it could be possible to save 1 lap for each attempt.

Sorry again ... all is okay ...
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