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Round 2 proved to be exciting, chaotic, fender bending and a whole lot of fun! This week we trade in our oval prowess for something completely different - Pro 2 Lite Off-road trucks at Phoenix Raceway!
Due to the nature of this discipline getting through the racing a bit quicker than normal, we will likely be running a second session directly after the first to ensure we all get some decent racing in!
Please do note though, due to the track limit, there is a chance some drivers may miss out on making the feature race.
Race Night Schedule (NZT)
[19:45] - Practise
[20:10] - Drivers Briefing
[20:15] - Qualifying
[20:25] - Racing Commences
PLEASE NOTE: If you have not joined the race session/registered to the race session before the end of the practise session (8:15pm) You will NOT be able to join the session for the rest of the night
- Pro 2 Lite
- Phoenix RallyCross
- 30 Minutes Practise
- 5 Minutes Open Qualifying
- 8 Lap Heat based on Qualifying - 1 Joker Lap
- 10 Lap 'Consolation' Race - if we have too many drivers, this race will decide those who make it to the feature - 1 Joker Lap
- 15 Lap Feature Race - Reverse Grid with Passing Points - 1 Joker Lap
- Depending on time, we will then start a second session up with a 10 minute practise session, and repeat the above format.
As of this week, there will be a session password you will be required to enter to join the session.
This weeks password will be:
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Great news is that iRacing is currently running a 50% discount on all new memberships!
We have four Kiwi Sim Racing themed liveries available (see below for preview) for anyone to use for this round, available from our Trading Paints Showroom: Here
Of course, if you have your own livery, or prefer to use a different livery from either Trading Paints or the in-game livery builder, you are more than welcome to run any of those as well!
For any new members, I also remind you all that we use Discord for our Voice Comm's - it makes it more than just racing listening into our great - and sometimes questionable - banter between races Discord Channel Link