Monday Night Racing in conjunction with Games.On.Net would like to invite you to participate in 2012's "Look Ma....I can LX me nuts" Series. Featuring every ones favorite car, the LX6.
IMPORTANT: All cars must carry the Games.On.Net Logo on the their skins when on an Internode provided server. This is a requirement of entry to the series, and is non-negotiable. Cars will now be randomly inspected, if found without the appropriate signage points will be deducted.
Schedule: The Series begins Monday 7th May
, with Qualifying starting at 9pm (EDST)
Round 1 - 7th May
Fern Bay Gold Reverse (FE3R)
1 x 10 lap sprint race 1 x 20 lap feature (pit stop for fuel and tyres in feature)
Round 2 - 14th May
South City Long Rev (SO4R)
1 x 8 lap sprint & 1 x 16 lap feature race
Round 3 - 21st May
Aston layout A22
1 hour enduro (pit stop strategy free)
Round 4 - 28th May
Kyoto Oval (KY1)
3 x 24 lap sprint races
Round 5 - 4th June
Blackwood GP Rev (BL1R)
1 x 10 lap sprint 1 x 20 lap feature (pit stop for fuel and tyres in feature)
Round 6 - 18th June
Aston North (AS7)
1 x 9 lap sprint & 1 x 19 lap feature races
Round 7 - 25th June
Fern Bay layout F23
1 hour enduro (pit stop strategy free)
Round 8 - 2nd July
Westhill International (WE1)
3 x 8 lap sprint races
Other details: Two of the tracks are "Open Track Configuration" tracks. If you haven't installed these yet here is the link for the download and instructions.http://www.lfsforum.net/showthread.php?t=73903
Only racers who agree to race to the Spirit of MNR and thus abide by the rules are accepted; we value clean, fun racing over speed and brutality.
Please think before you blame others, online racing is intense and very competitive and stressful at times, accidents are part of the racing experience and often caused by lag, competitors inattention due to a home phone ringing, family members interrupting them and such things as they cannot control.
The most obvious rule is: No careless driving. Always show respect for your fellow racers. Be careful. Show some patience. Understand the limitations of your program and drive accordingly. Driving online in a racing sim is NOT exactly the same as real life racing in every respect, and in some cases online sim racing requires even more care.
Perhaps the most important rule is: No running into the car ahead of you. The onus is on the behind driver to take all necessary care and responsibility not to run into an ahead driver.
Please re-read this over and over again. This basically means keep back in first corner after a start, so you know you have room if they misjudge the turn and its your fault if you run into them, learn patience and remember we are not racing for actual sheep stations! If you have read this far send me a PM with this paragraph in it as we may give you bonus points or something. please note no actual points will be given!
Post your interest here to sign up. If you believe it unlikely you can't make a majority of rounds, please sign up for a reserve position. Racers with a poor history of previous attendance may be relegated to reserves if the numbers warrant it.
These races will count towards the driver seeding system.
Points structure will be awarded as follows:-
- Fastest qualifier in each server will receive 5 bonus points.
All racers please ensure you have read the MNR Rules.
The MNR Rules are there to ensure that everyone from the newcomer to the experienced racer is able to enjoy the night. If you believe another racer is not adhering to the stated rules, then you may protest via the judiciary.
Should you find yourself unable to attend a particular race, or wishing to withdraw from the series, please let us know as soon as possible in the absentee register thread. Failure to do so may see you relegated to the reserves in future races.
When signing up, please indicate your exact LFS username if you are new to MNR, and if possible use a forum username similar to that. Please also indicate your team name if you are racing with a team, and your division or championship as raced last event in MNR.
All drivers are to nominate the preferred championship when signing up to the series. However the eve prior to the first round the admin team using the seeding list will then even the divs up and tell people what div they will be allowed to drive in. If after the first round, people drop out or don't turn up etc, then the divs will continue to run as is, even if that means they are uneven.
For races that require a pit inside a window the following applies.
The stats application (LFSStat) will be used as the determining factor for assessing whether a driver / team has complied with the pit window requirements.
The stats application defines the lap strictly by the start finish line. Which may mean that the pit boxes may be both before and / or after the start / finish line, particularly on reverse direction tracks or tracks with very long pit lanes.
It is the drivers / teams responsibility to make themselves aware of the location of the start / finish line and pit accordingly.
Thanks go to our Sponsors:-
MNR Admin Team & Judiciary members