World Tour 2022

World Tour 2022 is here! Longer races. More flexibility for teams to swap drivers, while still keeping within reasonable limits. An adjusted stint timer. Pre-qualifying required for all teams. And some new livery rules once our full 2.0 website is done..

Drivers/Team 2-4 per race, flexible. Teams may have up to 6 drivers for the 24-hour race.

Allowed Team Roster Changes 6

Stint/Max Drive Time 65m stint timer Drive Time - Per race

Qualifying Hotlap + superpole to be done for EACH race this year. Superpole qualifying event to be held the Saturday before each race @ 18:00.


IF there is a new DLC that drops next year, we will reserve the right to change one of these tracks to one of the new DLCs, with enough warning. Likely, this will be Barcelona or Zolder.*

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Pre Qualifying Information

Format - Hotstint

You are required to sign up to the championship.

Definition of a "Stint"
A stint is 10 or more CONSECUTIVE lap/s on one track with one car.
Those laps do not all have to be valid but can't be 107% of your fastest lap (e.g. outlap).

Average Time
Within a "Stint" you must drive 10 or more VALID laps. The best 10 valid laps will be taken and the average laptime calculated.

Your fastest average hotstint time for all drivers in your team combined from a single car across all tracks will be determining your split and class.

You are not allowed to change your car after pre-qualifying has ended.



Stewarding & Signouts

Live race control reports: Split 1
Live website reports: Split 2 - Split 3 - Split 4
Post-race website reports1 week window post-race
License Points
Maximum race license points: 6 (May vary per race)
Maximum championship license points: 25
Signouts & No Shows
Maximum allowed signouts: 2
No show penalty: Discord removal & temporary suspension

Signup Information


Split 1 - 25 / 45
Split 2 - 24 / 40
Split 3 - 30 / 40
Split 4 - 25 / 49
Pre Qualifying - 0  / 187
Reserves - 0

Available Car Classes & Cars

AMR V8 Vantage (2019)
Aston Martin Vantage V12 GT3
Audi R8 LMS EVO (2019)
Bentley Continental GT3 (2018)
BMW M4 GT3 2022
Ferrari 488 GT3
Ferrari 488 GT3 EVO (2020)
Honda NSX EVO (2019)
Jaguar G3
Lamborghini Huracan EVO (2019)
Lexus RCF GT3
McLaren 720S GT3 (2019)
Mercedes AMG GT3
Mercedes AMG GT3 EVO (2020)
Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 (2018)
Porsche 911 II GT3 R (2019)

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