CMS races on Tuesday nights within the MNRL chapter. MNRL, as a league, has been conducting races since 1998. MNRL is mainly dedicated to running Classic, Historic or Vintage cars. Since joining CMS in late 2016, we have also run a series in some more modern cars by popular demand. MNRL is currently utilizing the highly renowned simulator Automobilista (AMS) for its races.

MNRL Season 13

Introduction

Our first series will be a “club race” themed series, with a focus on tracks below the equator, South America and Australia. We’ll use what has become a classic “Series 1” race format; 2×20 minute races at each event with top 6 inverted in race 2. We’ll be using the MCR Race Car, Sports 2000 mod, brought to AMS by Reiza studios, Part of the Automobilista – Brit Pack. A restricted-rules class of two-seat, mid-engined, open-cockpit, full-bodied sports-prototype racecar used largely in amateur road racing. Sometimes known as S2000 or S2, the class was developed by John Webb, then of the Brands Hatch racing circuit in England.

Our focus series, Series 2. will feature a new AMS mod, created by GTSPEEDSTER, named Ford vs Ferrari. These beautiful classics, the Ford GT40 and the Ferrari 330P3 will take you back to the pinnacle of sports car racing and the famous battle of racing dominance. The series will feature tracks “in the spirit of” the real world schedule. Ford vs Ferrari, American Muscle vs Italian Stallion, What Will You Choose?

Visit our dedicated forum for MNRL racing!


Cars

Series 1, Season 13
S2000 Southern Hemisphere Championship Series

In this series, we are running “MCR Race Car, Sports 2000 mod” from the Automobilista – Brit Pack. All cars are equal and use the same chassis engine and tires. We will be racing on tracks in South America and Australia. Each event will feature two 20 minute races. The top 6 in race 1 will be inverted for race 2. All drivers are welcome and encouraged to join!

Please use this link to sign up and get relevant downloads.

Series 2, Season 13
Ford vs Ferrari Tribute Series

In this series, we are running the “Ford vs Ferrari” mod by GTSPEEDSTER. The two car models have been balanced for performance but each car has its characteristics. We will be racing on tracks from the 1960’s World Sportscar Championship schedule. Each race will 50 minutes +1 lap, Fuel usage will be set to X3. All drivers are welcome and encouraged to join!

Please use this link to sign up and get relevant downloads.


Series Schedule

Series 1, Season 12

  • August 4th – Goiânia
  • August 18th – Campo Grande
  • September 1st – Curitiba
  • September 15th – Tarumã
  • September 29th – Adelaide
  • October 13th – Winton
  • October 27th – Melbourne
  • November 10th – Queensland

Format

  • 7:00 PM EST – Server Reboot / Practice
  • 9:00 PM EST – Qualifying (15 minutes)
  • 9:15 PM EST – Warmup (5 minutes)
  • 9:20 PM EST – Race 1 (20 minutes)
  • 9:45 PM EST – Warmup (5 minutes)
  • 9:50 PM EST – Race 2 (20 minutes)

Series 2, Season 13

  • August 11th – Sebring
  • August 25th – Imola
  • September 8th – Monza
  • September 22nd – Oulton Park
  • October 6th – Spa
  • October 20th – Le Mans
  • November 3rd – Hockenheim
  • November 17th – Brands Hatch

Format

  • 7:00 PM EST – Server Reboot / Practice
  • 9:00 PM EST – Qualifying (15 minutes)
  • 9:15 PM EST – Warmup (5 minutes)
  • 9:20 PM EST – Race (50 minutes)

Championship Points


Points Structure (Series 1 & 2)

Points awarded through 30th place.


Seniors Points Structure (Series 1& 2)

  • If eligible, you can optionally sign up for the Seniors Championship! Use this link to sign up.
  • For series 1, your four worst results will be omitted from the series points.
  • For series 2, your two worst results will be omitted from the series points.


Server Settings

Series 1

Series 2


Starts

  • Please check the “Tuesdays – AMS (MNRL) info” channel in Discord for pre-race info and start procedures.

Orange Zones

  • Each race will use an orange zone
  • Orange Zones will be posted within Tuesdays – AMS (MNRL) info Channel on Discord

Discord Race Communications

Use this link to join the CMS Discord server.


CMS General Competition Rules

  • Penalties can be applied one of 2 ways:

1) Automobilista system delegated penalties (all must be served, and are not in race admin control)

2) Upheld Incident Report via Race Review Team

Read the CMS GCR here.


CMS Gentlemen’s Rules

  • Drivers are requested to consider the following if involved in an accident…

1) Should you turn-around or damage another driver by your error, consider pulling off track in a safe location and waiting for the other driver to proceed in the race.

2) Should you crash-out another driver by your error, consider retiring yourself from the race out of respect for the competitor whose race you ended.