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RaceRoom VR – First Ranked Event of the year

Zornitsa Vuteva 5 months ago 0 22

The first Special Event of 2024, the Daytona 2.4H, is set to take place on Saturday, February 3. This event, organized by RaceRoom, is a highly anticipated annual race that attracts participants from all skill levels and regions.

The event will kick off with a 20-minute support race featuring Touring Cars (TCR). The main event is a 2.4-hour multiclass race with the Mazda DPi and the latest GT3 cars. The European top split with the highest Ranked Multiplayer rating and reputation for both races will be streamed live, and the winners will secure a spot in the Hall of Fame.

Participants are invited to set their best lap on the leaderboards to compare their time against others. The leaderboards will close on Thursday, February 1, at 13:00 CET. The races are organized in three main time zones: America (ET), Europe (CET), and Oceania (AEDT).

The confirmation form will be open from Thursday, February 1, 13:00 CET until race day, Saturday, February 3. The form will close at a different time for each region: America at 09:00 ET, Europe at 12:00 CET, and Oceania at 18:00 AEDT.

The race day timetable is as follows:

Support race:

  • 18:00 – Practice starts
  • 20:00 – Qualification (10 minutes, private lap)
  • 20:10 – Warm-up (3 minutes)
  • 20:13 – Race start (20 minutes, rolling start)

Main event:

  • 18:00 – Practice starts
  • 20:10 – Qualification starts (30 mins, open session)
  • 20:40 – Warm-up (3 minutes)
  • 20:43 – Race 1 start (144 minutes, rolling start)

The servers may be opened earlier for America and Europe, but the qualification for the support race will always start at 20:00 local time, and the main race will always start at 20:10 local time.

The race server settings include a ping limit, an incident limit, and no mandatory pitstop. The support race setup is closed while the main race setup is open. The qualification for the support race is 10 minutes private/closed, while the main race is 30 minutes public/open. The race duration for TCR is 20 minutes, and for GT3, it is 144 minutes. The grid will have a minimum of 16 and a maximum of 34 drivers.

Players who wish to participate in multiple races in multiple regions are allowed to do so. They have to submit the form on the race day to participate in all 6 races across all 3 regions.

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