Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sunday Night League' started by Hatfield, Nov 7, 2017.
$20 per race will suffice, added 5% tax for each protest
Not sure if it is mandatory but people should not be running with a stock livery and/or stock (or no) race number, in my opinion.
Reason, especially now that Div 1 races are now getting streamed by a third party, it would help to make the league look as professional as possible. There are multiple people (myself included) who can throw together a livery if people need one at relatively short notice if they are a privateer.
Liveries don't concern me or my family
Totally agree. @CaptainRisky21 and myself introduced the livery regs to try and kerb this problem and are more than capable of sorting anyone out!
Maybe we need to introduce sanctions to those who run the stock livery
I don't think that's unreasonable, but it really shouldn't need to get to that point for broadcasted league races
Agreed, it should be a condition of entry. Ultimately we have no way of controlling what people put on their cars due the game's limitations, other than kicking people form lobbies of they don't comply. But that may have a negative affect on reputation if mishandled.
With the teams championship providing liveries for the majority of the field, and most people who choose privateer running their own design/getting someone else to make one (there's a whole thread for livery requests btw), there's really no excuse, in div 1 at least. Hopefully we'll see a good looking, close season through all divisions this season and for seasons to come
I've heard a rumor that Season 16 may be the following:
Gran Turismo F1500T-A
Customizable Aero (an honesty system, please don't modify everything) only for the mid season Enduro: La Sarthe (RM only)
Tyres RM/RS wear x1 or x2
Fuel x1 or x2
Starting fuel less than required for a no-stop
where did you hear that? because nobody told me and I organise the bloody thing lol
Hook, line and sinker!
Haha I'm not sure actually!
But I agree with you, it does sound like a great idea
I think tuning allowed for the enduro round would make it interesting.
Interesting for sure, A turn off? Absolutely. In div 1 at least, Most guys don't have the time to spend hours working on a setup when they have wrk, life and other commitments to attend to where as other drivers in the same div may have all the time in the world, There's already a clear line in the sand where you can see the drivers who have the time to practice more sit, I'd prefer not to extend the gap further.
That said, Tuning enduros can be a lot of fun! And community events have long supported the and flourished! Maybe if someone wants to open something up? I'm sure you'd get a lot of interest.