Tuesday iRacing Formula Vee Series
Champion Motorsports is proud to announce a new night of iRacing at CMS, Tuesdays from July through December! We are kicking things off with fixed setup races using the new Formula Vee, so read on and get ready to roll!
This series will use the new Formula Vee, a free car to all members at iRacing, in a FIXED SETUP series.
- 30-minute races
- No required pitstop
- Dynamic sky and weather as well as a random track state
- Qualifying will be a 10-minute, 2-lap closed session
- Drive-through penalties will be assessed every 13 incidents
- One fast repair will be available
The schedule is as follows:
- August 10 – Okayama – Full Course
- August 24 – Lime Rock Park – Classic
- September 7 – Tsukuba – Full Course
- September 21 – Oulton Park – Fosters Layout
- October 5 – Phoenix 2008 (Legacy) – Road Course
- October 19 – Oran Park – Full Circuit
- November 2 – Road Atlanta – Short Layout
- November 16 – Charlotte 2008 (Legacy) – Infield Road Course
- November 30 – Brands Hatch – Indy Layout
The 9 race Championship season will allow for 2 drops using the points system as fol-lows:
1st place – 30 points
2nd – 25 points
3rd – 22 points
4th – 20 points
5th – 18 points
6th – 16 points
7th – 13 points
The decreasing by one to 20th place – 1 point
- Bonus points per race: Fastest Qualifier (each class) – 2 points
- Points will be awarded as shown above for each class separately, with two separate Championships, PRO and AM.
Race Night Schedule
- 8:20 pm Eastern Standard Time – Server Session Opens for Practice
- 9:40 pm Eastern Standard Time – Qualifying
- ~9:50 pm Eastern Standard Time – Green Flag
Placement in Class
- Drivers will be assigned to a class designation PRO or AM. This classification will be handled by the admins and will use existing classifications from the GTE/GT3 series with adjustments made as needed.
- New Drivers that join the series after the pre-season will be evaluated and placed in a class based on iRating and other information available to the admins – and are subject to be moved by the administrative team at any time to keep competition balanced.
- Any driver moved between classes will receive the equivalent of points they would have scored in previous races in the alternate class.
Rules and Regulations
- The CMS Incident Review Process will be used for driver issues not able to be resolved between the participants.
- All iRacing Sporting Code and CMS General Competition and Community Rules will be enforced at all times in the series as published and current on both the iRacing.com and cmsracing.com websites.
- All members are required and expected to have read and understood the rules and regulations and will be held to the standard of CMS and iRacing at the most professional level.
- It’s common sense, behave like an adult, treat others as you would expect to be treated and you will do very well with CMS.
Class Numbering Requirements
- 0-199 numbers for Pro Drivers
- 200 Numbers for AM Drivers
- To make things easier, all drivers will use the same number in both the Tuesday night series as well as the Wednesday night series.
- The Administrators will set the numbers using the League Administrator controls in iRacing, and any new drivers will be asked a preferred car number prior to assignment.
This series has been created for one purpose only, friendly competition. While we have rules in place, we also don’t intend to add complications or pressure to perform on race night. We all started sim-racing from scratch, and regardless of your experience, we want everyone to feel welcome here. So please, come in and make some friends and we hope you have a great time!