Rapido Posted February 26, 2018 Report Share Posted February 26, 2018 After the first two rounds of the Sim Series championship, the admins have reached the decision to implement an iRacing license restriction for the rest of the championship rounds for 2018. This decision has been made due to the large number of avoidable incidents observed during these championship sessions, the majority of which were the result of collisions between inexperienced drivers with no prior iRacing history. The license requirement will be Road License D 2.0. This is the first license obtained once graduating from the rookie class, with a 2.0 safety rating floor. For newcomers to the service, this should be very easily obtainable. The requirement to obtain a D license is to complete 4 "official" iRacing sessions (races or time trials) and to maintain a safety rating of 3.0. The rookie races are every hour, on the hour, as part of the Mazda Cup, and the time trials launch every 2 minutes (but have a reduced impact on your safety rating gains). Completing this rookie requirement should give newcomers valuable insight to the simulation and race sessions and mean they are much better equipped for the trials of the championship rounds of the sim series. Please note that the practice races each week (which do not count for championship points) will still be open to all regardless of license, but that completing these races will not count towards your progression to the D license. Please ask any questions you may have around this change in this post and we'll be happy to help out! The next round championship round is on March 8th so there should be plenty of time for all rookies to gain the requisite license. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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