This will be ACRL's first event at the long awaited new Lilski version of Road America. It is a non points-paying pre-season event - the first of the two official Qualification Races for LMP1 drivers, which mods will use to decide the licensing for this season's LMP1 field. While this is not a universally popular approach, experience has taught us that it is better for everyone if LMP1 drivers have enough experience in multi-class racing to safely negotiate slower traffic. Some drivers who have registered with the P13c may not be approved, and will be asked to select a GTE car instead. If this happens to you, please don't take it personally.
Of course, these events aren't just for the LMPs, GTE drivers are encouraged to take part, get some seat time in your chosen weapon, and provide a target rich environment for the LMPs to negotiate. To sweeten the pot a little for the GTE field, we will be handing out fully licensed copies of the IER P13c to three random finishers in the GTE class. We love this car so much, we think everyone should own one.
Names in (parentheses) have not yet been approved by the team owner
Names in italics are non-ACRL and/or guest drivers
Pre-Quali (PQ) is needed if the number of entries for an event may exceed the number a single server can accommodate, and/or if we have set specific PQ requirements for an event. In these cases, a period of PQ will be run prior to the race, usually for at least a week, and if necessary the race will be divided into equal size splits, based on PQ times. See the Driver Briefing tab for details of the PQ servers. In championship events, there is usually a points bonus for being in a higher (faster) split.
This is an overview of the PQ standings for this event, showing only PQ results by drivers who have registered for this event, with a PQ time set in the car they registered. The full PQ results can be found here. If you do not see yourself in this summary, but do see yourself in the full results, check that you PQ'ed in the same car you registered for this event with, and that the Steam GUID you are using for in-game matches the one you registered for this site with. Also note that lap times may not show up immediately in these results, it could be an hour or more before you see your times appear.
|P13c||LMP1||Will Eatwell (PUMA)||01:50.541||1|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Henri Berg||02:03.279||1|
|ACRL Porsche 911 RSR 2017||GTE||Kenneth Sirquini||02:03.308||1|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Rens de Kok||02:03.593||1|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||smarty||02:03.602||1|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Ralino||02:03.796||1|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Kimmo Leppänen||02:03.804||1|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Pisani||02:03.928||1|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Daniel Holst||02:03.950||1|
|ACRL Porsche 911 RSR 2017||GTE||Morgan Purcell||02:04.001||1|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Pukama||02:04.167||1|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Skrt||02:04.255||1|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||William Johansson||02:04.300||1|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Hugh Messenger||02:04.390||1|
|ACRL Porsche 911 RSR 2017||GTE||Gustavo Galhardo||02:04.623||1|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Tim May||02:04.706||1|
|ACRL Porsche 911 RSR 2017||GTE||Lorech||02:04.833||1|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||btrain||02:05.315||1|
|ACRL Porsche 911 RSR 2017||GTE||ChrissCrosser||02:05.558||1|
|ACRL Porsche 911 RSR 2017||GTE||Alex Klein||02:05.683||1|
|P13c||LMP1||Syndrami (Maikel Bevers)||01:52.586||2|
|ACRL Porsche 911 RSR 2017||GTE||Serayen||02:05.739||2|
|ACRL Porsche 911 RSR 2017||GTE||Noire||02:06.077||2|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Felix Poll||02:06.186||2|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Miata Chan||02:06.673||2|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||DRAVIN||02:06.776||2|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Ben Langston||02:06.924||2|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Paul Thompson||02:07.360||2|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||sinfony||02:07.525||2|
|ACRL Porsche 911 RSR 2017||GTE||Rob Gibson||02:07.560||2|
|ACRL Porsche 911 RSR 2017||GTE||Travis Witty||02:11.043||2|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Santiago Zarate||02:15.190||2|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Alan Nunez||02:17.772||2|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||TheBuchion.||02:26.125||2|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Frowny Toboban||02:26.160||2|
|ACRL Corvette C7R||GTE||Thomas Apelstedt||No Time Set||2|
|ACRL Porsche 911 RSR 2017||GTE||Vincent WEHRLE||No Time Set||2|
|ACRL Porsche 911 RSR 2017||GTE||Marcus Burns||No Time Set||2|
|ACRL Porsche 911 RSR 2017||GTE||TheDuckies||No Time Set||2|
|P13c||LMP1||Tintortoise8254||No Time Set||2|
|ACRL Porsche 911 RSR 2017||GTE||SLACKOCHAKO||No Time Set||2|
|P13c||LMP1||BieneMajor||No Time Set||2|
(Alec Campbell )
(Travis Witty or TTRACER00 R.S.R.)
Names in (parentheses) are not ACRL members
Incident reporting closed on Friday May 29th 2020 07:00 PM Europe/Rome
For drivers who haven't done a rolling start with ACRL before, here's a video explaining it. Unfortunately, actual server messages don't show up in replays, but the messages referenced in these captions will be clearly visible at the top of your screen, no need to have a chat app running.
|Event Starts||2020-05-24 07:00 PM Europe/Rome|
|Mandatory Pit Stop||No|
Ambient temperature will be between 17C and 23C, scattered clouds, light to moderate breeze.
You are not usually obliged to run PQ, although you should check the PQ tab to see if the event has PQ requirements. If PQ is not required, and you don't set a PQ time, you will simply be added to the bottom of the time sheet along with any others who did not set a time (in order of event registration) and sorted into the lowest split accordingly. If PQ is required, and you either do not set a time or do not meet the requirements, you will not be entered for the event.
PQ server details are only available to drivers entered for this event.
IMPORTANT - this season has mandatory voice briefings, so the server password will not be displayed here. In order to get the password you must attend the pre-race voice briefing in the #driver-briefing voice channel on our Discord server 10 minutes before the start of practice.
The race server allocation is based on the currently checked-in entry list, and (if the event has PQ) the current PQ standings. These often change rapidly in the last few hours before the race, so check back here immediately before the race to make sure you have the right details.
|ACRL Race Server 1||1||******|
|ACRL Race Server 2||2||******|
The information in this panel is automatically generated from our database. There may be additional or more specific download instructions in the Briefing section
The Road America (Lilski) track can be downloaded from here.
The ACRL Corvette C7R car is a mod and can be downloaded from here
The ACRL Ferrari 488 GTE car is a mod and can be downloaded from here
The ACRL Porsche 911 RSR 2017 car is a mod and can be downloaded from here
The P13c car is a mod and can be downloaded from here
Workshops are events held (usually) the day before a main season event, featuring a short race at the same track, under similar conditions, to give people a chance to practice in a live setting.
There is no Workshop scheduled for this event.
Any incidents shown here are those for which penalties have been assessed. There may have been other reports submitted, not shown here, which were judged as racing incidents or otherwise requiring no further action. There may also be other reports which have not yet been processed by the stewards.
Incident Reports (Public)
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