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Discussion in 'ACC General Discussions' started by TheBoss, Feb 21, 2018.

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  1. Raklödder

    Raklödder Simracer

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  2. tjr

    tjr Simracer

    No Nissan either then?
     
  3. To see only one M6 in Blaincpain GT 2019 would be very poor as the defending Spa 24h champion.
    But this seems to be the only track where the BMW is still competitive.
     
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  4. Minolin

    Minolin Staff Member KS Dev Team

    my thoughts :( :( :(
     
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  5. carlossanchez97

    carlossanchez97 Hardcore Simmer

    I´ve just noticed that Grasser won´t be in the tests, but I guess that both Daytona and Dubai 24hrs are quite good tests.
     
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  6. nfsw55

    nfsw55 Hardcore Simmer

    They are busy preparing for the Sebring 12h
     
  7. carlossanchez97

    carlossanchez97 Hardcore Simmer

    I thought Daytona was a one-off. On the IMSA´s website, on the Lambo´s page, Grasser is simply not there. It must be wrong.

    2019-03-11.png
     
  8. Raklödder

    Raklödder Simracer

    I know how you feel, it's very disappointing and makes me sad, but it only takes one BMW to win. ;)
     
  9. Son

    Son Simracer

    Grasser are doing one car in Blancpain WC Europe, two in Blancpain Endurandce, one in IMSA and three in ADAC GT Masters.
     
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  10. Son

    Son Simracer

    BMW are pulling back on their Blancpain campaign and focusing on IGTC instead, hence why ROWE have switched to Porsche for Blancpain this year, with a lack of support from BMW being an issue for them. We will get to see more of BMW at the Spa 24h though, probably with four cars. Also, this is just the testing list, Walkenhorst could still be doing Blancpain, however I'm not too sure as they are doing IGTC. We will find out on Wednesday I think, as that's when they release the full entry lists.

    Nissan are doing the IGTC this year, as well as Nurburgring 24h. I don't think there are any other customer teams in European series with a GTR this year. One of the teams have switched to Bentley and gone to British GT, and one of the big bois, RJN, are now Honda. At least we will see them at Spa 24h, so will get two new Nissan liveries for the DLC.
     
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  11. carlossanchez97

    carlossanchez97 Hardcore Simmer

    @Son you´ve done your homework :D:D
     
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  12. Son

    Son Simracer

    I don't want to be posting links if I shouldn't, but you should check here regularly https://sportscar365.com/category/sro/

    They post everything to do with any team in SRO. So Blancpain Endurance/WC Europe, Asia, America/Silvercup/British GT and so on, so it's a really good way to stay updated with everything haha.

    Also, here is the post on Grasser https://sportscar365.com/sro/blancpain-gt/grasser-confirms-blancpain-gt-gt-masters-programs/
     
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  13. nfsw55

    nfsw55 Hardcore Simmer

    line-ups now announced:

    BMW: Karim Ojjeh / Marc Rostan / Philippe Steveny
    Lamborghini: Claude-Yves Gosselin / Pierre Feligioni / Renaud Kuppens

    The Lamborghini should start in the Pro-Am or Silver category, as Kuppens is silver-rated (the other two are bronze).
    Not sure about the BMW, Ojjeh and Rostan are bronze rated, Steveny currently has no FIA rating.
     
    Last edited: Mar 11, 2019
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  14. Cote Dazur

    Cote Dazur Alien

    for those curious, like me, on what makes someone bronze or platinum.:D

    7.2 PLATINUM A professional driver satisfying at least two of the following criteria:
    • has held a Super Licence (for Formula One);
    • has won the Le Mans 24 Hours in a professional category (LMP1 / LMGTE Pro);
    • has won the FIA World Endurance Championship in a professional category;
    • has been a Factory Driver, paid by a car manufacturer, with results to match;
    • has finished in the top 5 in the general classification in the FIA International F3000, CART/Champcar, IRL, IndyCar or GP2; all FIA World Championships and FIA World Cups (excluding the FIA GT Nations Cup); IMSA P and FIA Formula E Championship.
    • has finished in the top 3 in the general classification of an F3 international series* (FIA F3, British/EuroF3 until 2011) or major international single-seater championship* (Example: F2, Nissan World Series, Formula Renault 3.5, Super Formula etc.);
    • has won the International V8 Supercars Championship;
    • has won the Porsche Supercup; Driver Categorisation Regulations WMSC 06/12/2018 – Published 30/01/2019
    • has won the American Le Mans Series in a professional category;
    • has won the IMSA Sportscar Championship in a professional category;
    • satisfies 3 or more Gold criteria (including repetition of the same criteria);
    • is a driver whose performances and achievements, despite not being covered by one of the definitions above, may be considered as Platinum by the FIA. *Non-exhaustive list 7.3

    GOLD An amateur or professional driver in FIA international and national series satisfying at least one of the following criteria:
    • satisfies one criterion from platinum;
    • has finished in the top 3 in the general classification of a secondary international single-seater series * (A1 GP, GP3, Renault V6, Superleague, Eurocup FR2.0, Firestone Indy Lights);
    • has won the general classification of a regional or national single-seater series * (F3, FR2.0, Atlantic Championship up to and including 2009, Euro V8 Series);
    • has competed in the FIA F2, GP2, GP3, FIA F3 or Super Formula series since 2012 and has finished on the podium on three or more occasions in one calendar season.
    • has finished in the top 3 in the general classification of the Porsche Supercup / DTM / Super GT (GT500 or GT300) series or won a major national Porsche Carrera Cup or the BTCC;
    • has finished in the top 3 in the general classification of the International V8 Supercars Championship;
    • has won a major GT series* (FIA GT, Blancpain GT Series (Pro), FIA GT1 World Championship, FIA GT3 European Championship, ADAC GT Masters, British GT Championship, Blancpain GT Series Asia, GT Asia) or category of a major Sportscar series* (ILMC, ELMS, ALMS, Asian Le Mans Series, WEC, IMSA Sportscar Championship) with driver(s) of a lower or the same categorisation; GT4 and LMP3 categories are not included.
    • is a driver whose average lap time is consistently as fast or faster over the majority of the season than the average lap time of Gold drivers competing in the same event of the season (if this time factor was not taken into account, he would be categorised as Silver);
    • is a driver whose main professional activity is based around motor sport, and whose performances and achievements, despite not being covered by one of the definitions above, may be considered as Gold by the FIA. *Non-exhaustive list 7.4

    SILVER An amateur driver satisfying at least one of the following criteria:
    • driver aged under 30 and not satisfying the criteria of categories Platinum and Gold;
    • driver who has finished in 1st place in the general classification of regional or major national championships or international series, or has won a major endurance race;
    • driver who has won a non-professional drivers' series* (Ferrari Challenge, Maserati Trophy, Lamborghini Supertrophy, Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge) or a regional, national or international single-make lower category series organised by a Manufacturer (not including Series which are restricted only to Bronze drivers); Driver Categorisation Regulations WMSC 06/12/2018 – Published 30/01/2019
    • has competed competitively in high-level international karting competitions;
    • is a driver whose average lap time is consistently as fast or faster over the majority of the season than the average lap time of Silver drivers competing in the same event of the season (if this time factor was not taken into account, he would be categorised as Bronze);
    • is a driver who is actively involved in coaching and instructing;
    • driver whose performances and achievements, despite not being covered by one of the definitions above, may be considered as Silver by the FIA. *Non-exhaustive list 7.5

    BRONZE An amateur driver.
    • any driver who was over 30 years old when his/her first licence was issued, and who has little or no single-seater experience;
    • any driver over 30, previously categorised as Silver, but with no significant results (titles, pole positions or race wins) and whose performance has been shown to be that of a Bronze driver in a monitored series;
    • any driver under 30 years old with a licence issued for the first time during the year of his first categorisation and who has not competed in high-level international karting competitions
     
    Last edited: Mar 11, 2019
  15. pazzi008

    pazzi008 Racer

    I mean they provided assetto corsa with ton of cars and tracks, the will probably give us more cars than we expect (it's more a matter of licenses than the car itself) and probably make skins from other gt3 competitions (blancpain asia, igtc etc etc) it's not a problem for kunos devs but again, the problem would be licenses and tracks (laser scanning it is not easy I imagine ahaha)
     
  16. D.Jankovic

    D.Jankovic Alien

    [​IMG]

    EDIT: Sry for the size croped on phone :D
     
  17. carlossanchez97

    carlossanchez97 Hardcore Simmer

    Oo
    Oops! Suddenly I felt some movement on my croch :p:p

    What an awesome car!!. Fool me, I thought that on the door was an "Apex Legends" sponsor :confused:
     
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  18. nfsw55

    nfsw55 Hardcore Simmer

    Some more new liveries:

    Dinamic Porsche
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    Tech1 Lexus
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    Sainteloc Audi
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    The Parker Racing Bentley is also nice, but afaik the car will have a slightly different livery for the Blancpain Endurance Cup
     
    Last edited: Mar 12, 2019
  19. D.Jankovic

    D.Jankovic Alien

  20. Got a link to any more pics? Would love a browse!
     
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