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Con largo anticipo, per accompagnare l’uscita dell’Endurance Pack di rFactor 2, vi diamo qualche indiscrezione sul programma dei campionati che si terranno a partire da Settembre per la prima parte di stagione su e-Racing Series!

Ripartiamo da una certezza: Formula Pro 2018

Come nella stagione appena passata, ad aprire le danze ci penserà l’unica e originale Formula Pro 2018 (diffidate dalle imitazioni!), rinnovata nella fisica e nei regolamenti.
Il campionato, che va avanti ormai dal 2015, prevede l’uso di una mod con fisica esclusiva di e-RS.
I piloti partecipanti si sfideranno su 8 diverse piste nel periodo fra Settembre e Gennaio; si vocifera che la DG stia valutando la divisione di Qualifica e Gara in due giorni diversi per aumentare la distanza di gara al 100 %.

Rivoluzione Endurance: e-Racing Endurance Series

Chi ci segue dai tempi di Advanced Drivers Club ricorderà l’ELMS, mentre chi ha iniziato solo ora avrà ben presente il programma della 2.4 h di La Sarthe.
L’uscita dell’Endurance Pack di Studio 397 ha subito messo in moto il nostro staff per organizzare il nostro campionato Endurance.
Ed ecco che nasce e-Racing Endurance Series: nell’arco temporale che va da Ottobre ad Aprile si terranno 8 gare di diversa durata, che prevederanno un cambio pilota obbligatorio.
L’esordio sarà a Silverstone, dopo il prologo all’Autodromo di Monza, e il calendario si snoderà poi fra Spa, Fuji, Suzuka, Sepang, Sebring e Austin.
L’atto conclusivo si terrà a Le Mans (6 ore), dove si deciderà chi vincerà i premi che verranno messi in palio per le 3 categorie in pista.
LMP2 e LMGTE saranno quelle incluse nel nuovissimo Endurance Pack, mentre la LMP1 sarà di produzione e-Racing Series.
Avranno diritto di prelazione gran parte dei piloti che hanno partecipato al nostro evento di fine stagione su rFactor 2 (2.4 h di La Sarthe).
Una novità sarà quella della gestione dei tagli, che sarà interamente gestita tramite rilevamento automatico.

Vi lasciamo con la locandina di quello che sarà il campionato, per il calendario con date e orari dovrete pazientare ancora un po’. Sono previste molte altre novità, che vi verranno illustrate al più presto nel regolamento: continuate a seguirci sul nostro sito, su Facebook e su Discord!

English Version:

Recently rFactor 2’s Endurance Pack has made its way to the Steam store, so here we are with an early disclosure about what type of leagues e-Racing Series will provide to the community for the next season!

Things will get started again with the trademark competition that has always accompanied e-RS: our Formula Pro 2018.

Just like we did for the previous season the FPro 2018 will be the league to get us going into the new “race year”. Revised in the physics and regulations departments, this league will be once again the benchmark to beat for any other open wheeler championship. This is the original FPro, beware of any other imitation!

The competition -which was started back in 2015– continues to raise the level of competitiveness that made it stand out from the rest since its early days. e-RS will be developing the car with which teams and drivers will be challenged to undertake 8 races between September and January. Some rumours are spreading about the Race Direction evalutaing the possibility of having Qualifying and Race sessions on separate days in order to increase the race distance to a arduous 100%

Endurance Revolution: e-Racing Endurance Series

Those of you who have been following us from the early days as ADC will definitely remember our trademark ELMS, while those who have joined us only recently have probably had the chance to take a look at our La Sarthe 2.4h event.
The release of the Endurance Pack from the guys at S397 gave our staff the chance to organize our endurance competition quite early.
The e-Racing Endurance Series is the natural consequence of this release: between October and April the challenge will be on along 8 races of various duration with mandatory driver swaps.
Right after the Prologue in Monza we will be headed to Silverstone for the first race of the calendar, which will then unfold along some of the most iconic tracks around the world such as Spa-Francorchamps, Fuji Motorspeedway, Suzuka, Sepang, Sebring and the COTA.
The logical conclusion to this colossal league will be held in the most renowned track when it comes down to endurance races: Le Mans. This 6 hour race finale will keep us on the edge of our seats and will see the winners of the 3 different classes awarded with prizes to be announced soon.
We will be taking advantage of the LMP2 and LMGTE cars from the Endurance Pack and we will include an LMP1 race car made by us.
Some of the many slots available for registering to the league will be reserved to teams and drivers that have participated to our rFactor 2 season finale (La Sarthe 2.4h).
We would also like to point out that from this season onward our manual controls for track extendings will be substituted by the automatic track cut detection system of rF2.

To sum it up here is the flyer for the eES. Dates and times for the races will be announced as soon as possible. Further news are coming, and they will all find their place in future articles and in the official regulations.
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Valerio Ferraris

Valerio Ferraris

Direttore di gara e articolista su e-Racing Series.

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