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New Automobilista 2 series starting August 12!
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New Automobilista 2 series starting August 12!



We are delighted to announce that our partner will be awarding all top 3 from our new Automobilista 2 series:

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Gamivo will award the top3 drivers on all our Automobilista 2 series with Gamivo credits that can be spent on any product they sell.



Wednesday series (12 mins Qualy + 20 min Race )

[Image: FTrainer.png] Formula Trainer 23:30 GMT


Weekend Series - Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays (12 mins Qualy + 20 mins Race)
[Image: Ginetta_GT4SC.png] Ginetta Supercup 17:30, 23:30 GMT


You can access the season details on the race page
https://www.simracingsystem.com/race.php


Prizes
Top 3 on the standings table at the end of the season
  • 1st Position - 10 EUR*
  • 2nd Position -  4 EUR*
  • 3rd Position -  2 EUR*


*Values converted to Gamivo credits. A valid Gamivo account is required to receive the mentioned prizes.



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#2
Very good choice of cars and time for the races. Having the option for a night race on the weekend is just perfect. Thank you.
Hopefully i can manage to take part on both series from the start this time.
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#3
Awsome. Thank you for bringing more AMS2 series. I finally have a reason to get used to the Ginetta. Something about that car doesn't click with me, but it is very popular. I am also curious about the formula trainer, which I haven't used. The new series also come in time for the new system in the game for the tracks limits.
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(08-07-2020, 05:40 PM)Armando Mossuto Wrote:  Awsome. Thank you for bringing more AMS2 series. I finally have a reason to get used to the Ginetta. Something about that car doesn't click with me, but it is very popular. I am also curious about the formula trainer, which I haven't used. The new series also come in time for the new system in the game for the tracks limits.
I put a few laps on the formula trainer today, its a well balanced car, ok to drive, its just like the Raceroom formula Junior but with a better grip.
The Guinetta is awesome, I ran a few laps on Brands hatch Indy and lap times compare do the AC mod one. A excellent choice for the series.
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#5
I just tested both of them and I have to say that after doing some adjustments to the default setup, now the Ginetta feels a lot more stable to drive and I started enjoying it. I had a blast driving it in Donington against the AI. The Formula trainer looks like fun as well, but because I need a lot of practice with them, and I don't have that much time, I guess I will stick only with the Ginetta this time.
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#6
Only one suits my timezone but that's good enough for me. Thanks SRS and see you guys on the track.
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AMS2 Sprint Race Champion 2020
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#7
Actually, it looks like the Ginetta series is on two time slots on three days each week, meaning six chances per week to participate in that one. Is that correct?
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AMS2 Sprint Race Champion 2020
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#8
Thank you for this series. I'm really excited to have something I can do from Eastern Time here in the States in AMS2.
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#9
I may be reading it wrong, but it looks like the countdown is correct for both series, but the dates listed in the schedule are a day early. I write this on Sunday evening, at 1745 EDT and the countdown to the first race is 3 days, 1 hour. But if I look at the schedule, it has the first race on 11-August. 

I really hope that the countdown is correct as well as the graphic above because then I can participate in both series. 

Please do correct me if I'm reading this wrong. I only noticed because I was putting it on my calendar and went with what I saw in the schedule.

Thanks!
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(08-09-2020, 09:46 PM)Jason Chamberlain Wrote:  I may be reading it wrong, but it looks like the countdown is correct for both series, but the dates listed in the schedule are a day early. I write this on Sunday evening, at 1745 EDT and the countdown to the first race is 3 days, 1 hour. But if I look at the schedule, it has the first race on 11-August. 

I really hope that the countdown is correct as well as the graphic above because then I can participate in both series. 

Please do correct me if I'm reading this wrong. I only noticed because I was putting it on my calendar and went with what I saw in the schedule.

Thanks!
I also noticed that problem last series, the count down was correct back then.
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