As well as just being some old fashioned fun, this event is a test race for a possible AC season. It's WEC all over again, but with the awesome IER P13c LMP1 (aka HPD) instead of the Porsche and Audi. The GTE field is the same three ACRL variants used in the last WEC season - the Corvette C7R, the Porsche 911 RSR, and the Ferrari 488 GTE (modified by ACRL from the Kunos GT3).
See the Driver Briefing for the content download links.
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. 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 event has no Pre-Quali.
Names in (parentheses) are not ACRL members
|Event Starts||2020-04-26 07:00 PM Europe/Rome|
|Mandatory Pit Stop||No|
Ambient temperature will be between 17C and 23C, scattered clouds, light to moderate breeze.
There is no Pre-Quali for this event.
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||******|
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 Paul Ricard Blancpain (ACRL) track can be downloaded from here.
The P13c car is a mod and 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
In order to race, you will need to sign-up for the race (you will be able to change your car selection up till 10 minutes before the race), and install the following content:
The ACRL additions to the Paul Ricard track. If you've raced PR with us before, you already have them.
The ACRL WEC Car pack. This is the ACRL versions of the three GTE cars, last used in our WEC season two years ago.
And, if you do not already own it, you will either need to buy the IER P13c, which is only $4.95, worth every penny, and helps support the AC mod ecosystem which keeps this game alive, or you can install this nerfed version (provided with permission from IER) which allows you to join the server in another car, but is not a driveable version of the P13c.
Whichever version of the P13c you install, YOU MUST READ THE INSTRUCTIONS. You cannot install it through Content Manager, and you must install different content depending on whether you already use CM's Custom Shaders Patch (CSP) or not.
If you have issues joining the server, drop by the #acrl-moderator-support channel on our Discord server and ask for help.
There will be a practice server running for the week prior to the event, search for "ACRL Workshop" password is the same as the race day server shown above. We suggest you at least join the server one time and turn a lap, to make sure you have all the right content installed, so you don't discover any potential issues on race day. Live timings and stracker results for the practice server can be found here.
Logged in members can upload and vote for clips. If a clip is entered for an award, votes count towards the end of season awards.
No post race thread for this event yet