GT Sport Season 10 vote

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sunday Night League' started by Hatfield, Jan 6, 2020.

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Which car/track set for Season 10?

This poll will close on Jan 27, 2020 at 12:37 PM.
  1. MINT_SF19

    65.6%
  2. Bryan_R.S.01

    34.4%
  1. Hatfield

    Hatfield Teams Championship Chairman Team Raceonoz Gold Member Super ROOZ

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    S10 Dates TBC:
    2/2 meet n greet
    9/2 R1
    16/2 R2
    23/2 R3
    1/3 R4
    8/3 R5
    15/3 R6
    22/3 R7

    Another Super ROOZ season, this time the vote is between:

    MINT_SF19
    Please note: tyre compounds in brackets for each round is what you must use as a minimum
    Car - SF19 Toyota
    639hp / 660kg

    All Qualifying - 5mins (with 0x fuel but tyres same as the race)
    (run in practice mode)

    All Rounds: Grid Start with False start check
    Race Start Tyre Regs:
    All Rounds (exc. Enduro) - Start on quali tyre
    Enduro - Start on any compound

    Tracks
    Rnd 1: Nürburgring GP - 19:30 - 50mins
    Tyre Regs: RM & RH (RM)
    Tyre wear: 11x
    Fuel rate: 3x

    Rnd 2: Autopolis - 09:00 - 60mins
    Tyre Regs: RS, RM & RH (ALL)
    Tyre wear: 8x
    Fuel rate: 2x

    Rnd 3: Laguna Seca - 07:30 - 50mins
    Tyre Regs: RM & RH (RH)
    Tyre wear: 9x
    Fuel rate: 3x

    Rnd 4: Fuji - Sprint - 12:00 - 2 x 25mins
    Tyre Regs: RS
    Tyre wear: 5x
    Fuel rate: 1x

    Rnd 5: Spa (Wet) - 06:30 - 50mins
    Tyre Regs: Wets
    Tyre wear: 3x
    Fuel rate: 2x

    Rnd 6: Suzuka - Enduro - 15:45 - 90mins
    Tyre Regs: RS, RM & RH (ALL)
    Tyre wear: 8x
    Fuel rate: 2x

    Rnd 7: Brands Hatch - F1 livery round - 21:00 - 50mins
    Tyre Regs: RS, RM (RS)
    Tyre wear: 10x
    Fuel rate: 2x

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    Bryan_R.S.01

    Renault Sport R.S.01 ‘16 (Gr.X)
    Tire: RM
    Qual 10 min
    Continuation time 180s
    Fuel off
    tire 8x

    Race
    Fuel 2x
    Tire 8x
    rolling start

    Laguna Seca 7:30 Sunny 81s lap = 33 laps

    Spa-Francorchamps 06:30 Rain 155s lap = 17 laps

    Monza 17:00 Sunny 108s lap = 25 laps

    Barcelona-Catalunya 16:30 Sunny 105s lap = 50 laps

    Nürburgring 15:00 Cloudy 115s lap = 23 laps

    Brands Hatch 10:00 Cloudy 83s lap = 16x2 laps (no reverse grid)

    Fuji 17:15 Fine 98s lap = 27 laps
    Last edited: Jan 17, 2020 at 10:12 PM
  2. emmo46

    emmo46 GTLOZ Results Steward Team Raceonoz Gold Member Super ROOZ

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    Tyre wear, yummie :)
  3. UrsineSaturn9

    UrsineSaturn9 Team Driver Gold Member

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  4. NAACS

    NAACS Team Driver Gold Member

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    NAACS
    See you all in 11
  5. incey

    incey Professional Gold Member

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    this is a tough choice, i like them both. might come down to a coin toss
  6. Noxrai

    Noxrai Team Driver Gold Member

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    I'll be casting a vote since I'll be holding an event that will use the winning car.
    I'll do some laps in each car and decide
  7. Dazza83

    Dazza83 New Recruit

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    What is the reasoning behind the different tire wear and fuel rates per track??

    And on auto and spa tracks we have to use all 3 tires? Seems a bit excessive, unless I have completely read that wrong.
  8. Noxrai

    Noxrai Team Driver Gold Member

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    Some tracks are more tire and fuel demanding than than others. Which can make only one pit stop strategy viable.
    If he's done a lot of testing. I'm assuming he's found a sweet spot where different tire and fuel strategies can work.
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  9. Zachery

    Zachery Professional Gold Member

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    If the sf19 wins, ill be back for this season. Properly

    Networks been sorted and im now ready to go.
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  10. Max Gassit

    Max Gassit Rookie

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    What is the starting format for the RS01 series? Grid, rolling or mixed
  11. Hatfield

    Hatfield Teams Championship Chairman Team Raceonoz Gold Member Super ROOZ

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    if not specified, will be grid with false check
  12. Bryan_F

    Bryan_F Professional Gold Member Super ROOZ

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    Rolling start (like in the real series) please
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  13. UrsineSaturn9

    UrsineSaturn9 Team Driver Gold Member

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    Well, kinda like the real series except much more spread out . Not good for Spa. Barcelona not great either.
  14. Xtr3meNZer

    Xtr3meNZer Rookie Gold Member

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    I'll cut some laps in both and see what I prefer... I've never driven the SF19 competitively (in fact I think I jumped in it once) and think it would be fun to jump out of my comfort zone to give it a go...

    Very much looking forward to the season, and having the car chosen so I can start practice :)
  15. Bryan_F

    Bryan_F Professional Gold Member Super ROOZ

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    I do realize this. But I also wanted to change things up as well. Hopefully less T1 incidents as a result. :)
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  16. MINT_GTR

    MINT_GTR Team Driver

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    @Noxrai pretty much sums it up nicely. My goal with the SF19 is to add the variable of strategy with not only fuel but also tyre compound requirements throughout the whole season.

    The reason behind all 3 compounds in the longer races, Autopolis and Suzuka is to make it seriously interesting with strategy and hopefully an unpredictable winner. For example I was fortunate to see what can happen at an FIA world tour event (Tokyo) when you nail a tyre strategy that no one saw coming :)
  17. Kephin_07

    Kephin_07 Rookie

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    What about manual rolling starts like Jono's endurance series? Or does that add too much to officiating start procedures and faults?
    Maybe a single file safety car style start as another option
  18. Bryan_F

    Bryan_F Professional Gold Member Super ROOZ

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    It would be a real headache to get right across all divisions and not worth the hassle IMO.
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  19. Hatfield

    Hatfield Teams Championship Chairman Team Raceonoz Gold Member Super ROOZ

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    does that bug still happen where cars are stuck in auto drive?
  20. CaptainRisky21

    CaptainRisky21 Professional Gold Member

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    It's the rolling start equivalent of being stuck on the grid, so i would assume yes