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Forum Championship Season 4 – The ‘Surely Barry Has Ran Out Of Ideas Now’ Season

I’ll be honest here; I’ve been scratching my head on the next season of the Forum Championship for F1 2020. So consider this the ‘What tracks haven’t we done so much’ Season. The calendar will be below, starting 05/03/2021:

         Netherlands


         Austria


         Joker Bahrain Short – Multiplayer Car


         China


         Player Vote via Steam Chat


         Joker Britain – F2 2020


         Baku


         Russia


         Joker USA – Multiplayer Car


         Random Wheel Race


         Joker Japan – F2 2020


         Abu Dhabi




I’ve put this together as these are the tracks that are raced at the least, and there’s a whole lot of variety. Joker races will be scored 1-20 based on position, with the extra point for fastest laps. All other races scored as normal. Sorry @UP100, but I’ve gave you some extra coding practice.

We’ve also added a few extra prizes to spice up the Championship, with an End of Season awards ‘ceremony’ after the Abu Dhabi. Awards and prizes will be voted on by players in the Championship, with deciding votes coming down to the Moderator Team:

         Drivers Champions


         Constructors Champions


         Most Improved Driver


         Community Spirit Award – A driver who always races in the right spirit, fights hard and clean and is a credit to the league.




All winners will also receive a ‘Forum Championship Season X Winner’ tag on their profile on the forums as well a Pitcoin reward

Everyone who competes in over 75% of the races will receive a ‘Forum Championship Season X Challenger’ tag in their forum signature.

 

Many thanks,

 

Barry
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Hi everyone,

After a short break, we will be back with for Forum Championship on PC, starting again 20/11/2020 with a slightly revised format. Firstly, congratulations to @kisuke_fly for winning the drivers and to his team-mate @UP100 for fighting for the championship until the very end, both securing the constructors for Red Bull. This season, we will be running a total of 12 rounds, with 10 running on a normal season format, and 2 'joker' rounds with classic cars on classic tracks

Round Schedule: USA, Brazil, Canada, JOKER, Mexico, France, Britain, Belgium, Italy, JOKER, Spain, Australia - I've based this roughly on the 1996 season, the first season watching F1 I can remember. The venues of the 2 'Joker' rounds will be decided by the Steam Chat for the Championship.

Also, regular drivers for the Season will not be allowed to pair up, giving more teams a chance at the Constructors Championship. So I have assigned certain 'regulars' teams already:

Red Bull - @kisuke_fly

Ferrari - @UP100

Racing Point - @BarryBL

Alfa Romeo - @LSKone

McLaren - @steviejay69

For other players wanting to join in the fun, please let me know by adding name and preferred team, as a post, on this thread. 

 
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Post in DiRT Rally 2.0 World Series
It all comes down to this. Join us as the DiRT Rally 2.0 World Series reaches its grand conclusion on January 12, live from Autosport International.

 

 

 

The world’s fastest rally and rallycross drivers will compete for the title of World Champion on Sunday January 12, live from Autosport International, presented by Codemasters and Motorsport Network.

You can watch the broadcasts via the embeds above, or subscribe to our YouTube channel to catch them at any time. The Grand Finals will also be shown live on the DiRT Facebook page. Below you’ll find the schedule and direct links, where you can set reminders to be notified of when we go live.

 

Sunday, January 12

14.30 GMT / Rally / Watch on YouTube / Watch on Facebook


11.00 GMT / Rallycross / Watch on YouTube / Watch on Facebook
 




Full story: http://www.codemasters.com/dr2_worldseries_finals_broadcast_info/
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