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SereneLogic posted a topic in DiRT Rally 2.0 Clubs & LeaguesApexOnlineRacing (AOR) is a well-established league throughout the Sim Racing Community, known for providing some of the most consistent and professional leagues on various racing games. We strive to deliver a fair, competitive and high standard league racing experience to support out racers to become or stay Esports Champions. One of the racing games AOR organizes leagues for is one of the most popular rally games in the gaming landscape, DiRT Rally 2.0. It so happens that AOR has recently opened the sign-ups for the 2nd season of its official AOR Rallycross Championship on this game. This Championship sees you face off against other drivers on the same platform, in front of a live YouTube audience, over a period of 3 months. In these 3 months you'll visit all 13 Rallycross locations that are available in DiRT Rally 2.0 in the 2019 Supercars*. League Format Heats In order to accommodate for the livestream of every race, all races will be run in a separate lobby, with variable start times depending on the order and amount of the races. For Heat 1 the grid will be set according to randomized Heat Placements on the appropriate Event Schedule Thread. Both Heat 2 and Heat 3 will have their starting grids based on the results of the previously driven Heat. At the end of each heat, depending on the results, Heat Points will be distributed to the drivers based on their overall race time compared to other drivers, with the fastest driver gaining the most points and the slowest driver gaining the least amount of points. At the end of all Heats, the 16 drivers with the most total Heat Points will be awarded points, where the driver with the most Heat Points gains 16 points, and the driver with the least amount of Heat Points gets 1 point. Semi-Final After all Heats have been driven, the top 10 will move on to the Semi-Finals. The grid of these Semi-Finals will be decided as follows: All uneven numbers will be placed in Semi-Final 1, and all even numbers will be placed in Semi-Final 2. The only exception to this rule is when there isn't an officiator present in either Semi-Final. The starting grid will be based on the overall Heat Standings, with the highest placed driver in the Semi-Final starting from Pole Position. Once the Semi-Finals have been run, the top 2 of each Semi-Final will move on to the Final. On top of that, all Semi-Finalists will be awarded points based on their finishing position, with the fastest driver gaining 6 points, and the slowest driver gaining 1 point. Consolation Final After the Semi-Finals have concluded, there is still one open spot in the Final. To decide who gets this final grid slot in the Final, the drivers that placed 3rd and 4th in each Semi-Final will face off against each other in a Consolation Final, of which the winner advances through to the Final. The starting grid of the Consolation Final will be determined by the results of the Semi-Finals. Final At the end of the event, the remaining 5 drivers race against each other in the Final, of which the starting grid will be decided by the results of the Semi-Final. The winner of the Final gets an extra 8 points, whereas the slowest driver gets only 1 extra point. Drivers'- & Constructors' Championship Each event adds up to the Drivers' and Constructors' Championship, and as with all Championships, the one with the most points at the end of the all 13 rounds will be crowned the Drivers' and/or Constructors' Championship. If you're interested, feel free to sign-up here: http://aor.social/DR-RXS2 * DLC is not required for the official events, but is required to be able to practice.
SereneLogic posted a topic in DiRT Rally 2.0 Clubs & LeaguesApexOnlineRacing (AOR) is a well-established league throughout the Sim Racing Community, known for providing some of the most consistent and professional leagues on various racing games. We strive to deliver a fair, competitive and high standard league racing experience to support out racers to become or stay Esports Champions. One of the racing games AOR organizes leagues for is one of the most popular rally games in the gaming landscape, DiRT Rally 2.0. It so happens that AOR has recently opened the sign-ups for the 2nd season of its official AOR Rally Championship. This Championship sees you carving your way through a vast selection of in-game stages in all 12 locations over a period of 3 months. Each event will be live for a whole week, from Monday 00:00 GMT till Sunday 23:59 GMT. During this week you’ll be tasked with driving 10 stages in all kinds of conditions, of which the 10th stage will be considered a Power Stage, yielding extra points for the Drivers’ Championship. The AOR Rally Championship is actually divided into three sub-sections, these being the R2-, R4- and R5 Championships, with each crowning their own Rally Champion. As the names suggest the championships will use the R2, R4 and R5 cars respectively. Both the R2- and R4 Championship are open to all participants, new and old. However the R5 Championship is restricted for those who have proven themselves by finishing within the top 5% of the R2- or R4 Championships of the previous seasons. That said, not being in the R5s won’t take away from your overall experience and competitivity in the AOR Rally Championship, whether you’re driving R2s or R4s, you’re guaranteed to have an amazing yet challenging time whilst participating in this Championship. This time around we’re experimenting with a tougher set of rallies. This means that we’ll be running less services per rally, and thus damage control and consistency is even more important than the previous seasons. For those interested, you can find all relevant information either in this thread, or linked to this thread. So before you sign-up or don’t sign-up, I’d appreciate it if you took a gander at all the accessible information (http://aor.social/DR-RALLY). If I haven’t managed to persuade you into joining our championship, please feel free to respond below as to why. AOR is always looking to improve their leagues, so any feedback is much appreciated. I’d also appreciate it if you joined the AOR community as a whole, because no matter if you’re a competitive rally driver or not, you’re guaranteed to enjoy your time in AOR’s Championships, so feel free to take a tour around our website (https://apexonlineracing.com/), join our community at (https://apexonlineracing.com/), follow us on twitter (https://twitter.com/ApexOnRacing) and join our official AOR Discord server (https://discordapp.com/invite/PzstHQd)
NutStrikesAgain posted a topic in LeaguesWe are looking for a few people to fill in the gaps of our two tiers of racing, as well as some reserve drivers. Only requirement is that you must be in Aus/NZ Tier 1 is run with strict CC @ 7:15pm AEST / 9:15pm NZST Tier 2 is run with regular CC @ 9:00pm AEST / 11:00pm NZST If this sounds of interest to you, please join our Discord 🙂 https://discord.gg/KR7kVsQ
ApexOnlineRacing (AOR) is a well established league throughout the Sim Racing community. AOR is widely known as and referred to as the pinnacle of Esports leagues and racing. We try our very best to provide consistent and professional league racing experiences on various games and because of this our leagues attract more top level racers than most other leagues. After the latest 1.5 update to DiRT Rally 2.0, AOR is glad to announce its first Rally Championship on DiRT Rally 2.0. We hope to see the very best rally drivers face off against each other to determine the literal best of the best, you might have heard of some of them: Oscaro Joona P Williams BillyCherokee Oscaro Quinto This first Rally Championship will feature 10 locations, including DLC locations such as Monte Carlo, Sweden, Germany and Wales, each featuring 10 stages varying in length, complexity and conditions (more about this here). Each round will be open for 7 days, from Monday to Sunday, so everyone who signs up has more than enough time to complete the stages we've selected for them in the designated club. Now what has put AOR apart from other Rally Leagues has been its Tier System, in which all participants are divided between Pro Tier and Rookie Tier, with Pro Tier only being available after finishing in the top 3 of the Rookie Tier Championship. There's only two differences between the Rookie Tier and the Pro Tier, those being: Vehicles Used Pro Tier - R5 Rookie Tier - R2 Assists Allowed Pro Tier - None Rookie Tier - Some (more about this here) The past championships on DiRT 4 have shown an incredible amount of competition in both the Rookie Tier and the Pro Tier, more often the Rookie Tier is more exciting to look at that the Pro Tier, because of the fact that everyone's gunning for the right to compete against the best of the best in the Pro Tier. If all this hasn't persuaded you to sign up, I urge you to take a look and read through all the information on this thread. If it did, be sure to sign-up to our league here. Who knows, you might have a future AOR Rally Champion in you.