The third special event takes place at Road America in a live streamed multiclass multiplayer race on Saturday, May 25th!

30 cars per server (10 Group C, 10 GTO, 10 Porsche 964). The last server will be filled up with the remainder of sign-ups, up to 36 cars. Everyone who enters the leaderboard can race!

At the end of time attack, all leaderboard entries will receive an e-mail invitation, where they will be asked to confirm their participation. Since it's a multiclass race, you can only participate in one class (you can pick your class by responding to the invitation e-mail). You will also receive the password via e-mail. Entrance costs 200 vRP, and you have to own the content.

The top server will be streamed live on RaceRoom Twitch and the RaceRoom YouTube channel

Schedule for Saturday, May 25th:

Servers Practice Qualifying Race start
all servers 17:30 18:00 GMT 18:15 GMT - 120 minutes

EU is GMT+2 .

Rules:

1 General sportsmanship

This is a simracing competition, and drivers must respect the sport, the competition and their competitors. Drivers must always aim to achieve the best result for themselves in each race, while driving within the rules and obeying to fairplay.

2 Important basics

First of all, make sure that you are always in control of your car. This is the most important rule. Inability to control your car is not an excuse if you cause an accident. Remember at all times that you are driving with other humans. So stay humble, and race with respect. Also remember, you are in an official competition, competing with your real name. You do not want to make a fool out of yourself.

3 Start phase

In the start phase, you have to be extra careful. It is very easy to cause an accident affecting many cars. Start phase accidents will be penalized more harshly.

4 Overtaking and defending

Overtaking is one of the most crucial parts of racing. All drivers involved in an overtaking move must show respect and drive with care. Do not force a chasing car off the track by leaving too little room. Do not change your line in the braking zone. If the attacking car is alongside going into a corner, drivers must adjust their line to avoid contact. Blocking a car that has an overlap is not allowed. An overlap is defined that the front of the attacker's car is at least next to the rear tyres of the defender's car. When you exit a corner and the car on the outside has an overlap, you have to leave enough space for the car so that it does not have to leave the track. Excessive divebombing is also not allowed.

5 Track Boundaries

The track boundaries are following the ingame penalties. In general, they are as follows: 2 wheels always on track, kerbs count as track. Track-specific exceptions will be explained on the forum. When you exceed the track boundaries, you will see a black and white flag on your screen and you are expected to give back the time gained. Exceeding the track boundaries is not allowed and will be automatically penalized with a slowdown penalty. You will see a time on your display. This time signals how much you actually have to slow down compared to the racing speed. Therefore, simply using a braking zone to solve the penalty will not work. If you ignore the slowdown penalty, the time will raise and eventually you will automatically be slowed down. You have to move off the racing line. Keeping a car which has received a slowdown penalty on the racing line is a penalizable offense. If you do not take your slowdown within 60 seconds, you will receive a drive through penalty.

6 Race Line

In terms of race line participants can protect their position by changing line once. Excessive weaving and blocking is not allowed. If you re-enter the track, you have to be extremely careful and should not defend against the cars on track that are approaching with higher speed.

7 Qualifying

In qualifying, it is your own responsibility to find free space on the track when starting a hot lap. A car on a hot lap does not have to yield for a faster car approaching from behind. If you are on an in- or out-lap, however, you have to let faster cars pass you without blocking them. If you are on a fast lap approaching a slow car, flashing your lights is a way of notifying them that you're on a fast lap. You are allowed to press escape during qualifying to return to the pits.

8 Lapping

When being lapped, a participant needs to have a predictable trajectory and keep a regular trajectory and speed. Excessive maneuvers such as braking earlier/harder or changing lines to try and facilitate the lapping usually end up in misunderstandings. Participants need to be aware of their surroundings and yield to a car lapping them by simply not fighting for position. Blue flags will be signalled in game. Ignoring blue flags will lead to an automatic penalty by the software.

9 Retirement

You are allowed to press escape during the race to return to the pits. It will end your race.

10 Connection

It is your responsibility to make sure that you have a stable internet connection. Gaining an advantage due to a bad connection is not allowed. Incidents caused by lag will be deemed to be the fault of the lagging driver. Drivers with a repeatedly bad connection can be excluded from the competition.

11 In-Game Chat

Using the in-game chat during qualifying and race is not allowed.

12 Penalties

If you feel like a driver has broken the rules and negatively affected your race, send a mail to competition@raceroom.com together with the replay file and the following information:

Your name:

Offending driver:

Event and race:

Lap and corner:

Short description of the incident:

You can only report incidents that affect your own race. If found guilty, the stewards will hand out a time penalty, depending on the severity of the accident which can be seen in the results page, that you can select in the menu above this page.

Road America 2h
Division 1
Race 1
PositionIn ClassNameCountryTeamManufacturerClassCar LiveryTimeFastest LapClass

1

1

Francesco PanebiancoFrancesco Panebianco

Ballas Racing Team

Porsche

Group C

120m 54.500s

1m 54.838s

Group C

2

2

James AndrewJames Andrew

Porsche

Group C

121m 01.487s

1m 53.876s

Group C

3

3

Marcello CasertaMarcello Caserta

Absolute Motorsport Racing Team

Porsche

Group C

121m 30.237s

1m 55.231s

Group C

4

4

Attila DinerAttila Diner

Porsche

Group C

121m 51.464s

1m 54.195s

Group C

5

5

Georg OrtnerGeorg Ortner

Sector3 Studios

Porsche

Group C

122m 09.164s

1m 55.810s

Group C

6

6

Lukáš BuronLukáš Buron

Porsche

Group C

122m 20.732s

1m 55.517s

Group C

7

7

Balint BenedekBalint Benedek

V4TQ Gaming powered by Thrustmaster

Porsche

Group C

121m 02.196s

1m 52.256s

Group C

8

8

Nicolas HillebrandNicolas Hillebrand

T3 Motorsport Simracing

Porsche

Group C

121m 03.712s

1m 56.314s

Group C

9

9

Daniel DutlerDaniel Dutler

Porsche

Group C

121m 27.497s

1m 54.684s

Group C

10

10

matteo mellinimatteo mellini

absolute motorsport

Porsche

Group C

121m 30.331s

1m 56.614s

Group C

11

1

Andreas BarthAndreas Barth

Manatee Motorsport

Nissan

GTO Classics

122m 17.604s

2m 05.229s

GTO Classics

12

2

Valentin BarrierValentin Barrier

Team GTR3 eSports

Ford

GTO Classics

122m 54.550s

2m 06.403s

GTO Classics

13

3

Stanislav RepakovStanislav Repakov

Ice Racing

Audi

GTO Classics

121m 20.551s

2m 06.412s

GTO Classics

14

4

Krisztián JuhászKrisztián Juhász

Nice Gaming - N6

Audi

GTO Classics

122m 50.621s

2m 07.390s

GTO Classics

15

5

Stefan KosubekStefan Kosubek

RoVex-RacinGTeam

Nissan

GTO Classics

122m 54.550s

2m 06.013s

GTO Classics

16

6

Christoph MüllerChristoph Müller

Ford

GTO Classics

121m 02.292s

2m 06.883s

GTO Classics

17

7

Alexander KroukAlexander Krouk

Audi

GTO Classics

122m 33.182s

2m 07.851s

GTO Classics

18

1

Rafael MartÍnezRafael MartÍnez

Porsche

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

121m 53.362s

2m 28.445s

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

19

2

Yann CourtoisYann Courtois

Oscaro eSports by SDL

Porsche

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

121m 57.249s

2m 27.422s

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

20

3

Sören JägerSören Jäger

Porsche

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

122m 20.429s

2m 26.949s

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

21

4

Georges DeurwaerderGeorges Deurwaerder

DC-Simracing.nl / GRRT

Porsche

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

122m 54.550s

2m 27.954s

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

22

5

Markus UnkhoffMarkus Unkhoff

Nitro Boost by REPARIX

Porsche

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

121m 04.662s

2m 29.556s

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

23

6

Caryl VegaCaryl Vega

Team GTR3 eSports

Porsche

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

121m 51.753s

2m 27.719s

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

24

8

Simion NacuSimion Nacu

ESR

Porsche

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

121m 58.198s

2m 28.091s

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

25

9

Andrey GritsenkoAndrey Gritsenko

TRT-WORLD.RU

Ford

GTO Classics

2m 17.484s

GTO Classics

26

10

Rickey RichardRickey Richard

Ford

GTO Classics

2m 08.733s

GTO Classics

27

7

André GeeAndré Gee

GearEx-Virtualracing e.V.

Nissan

GTO Classics

2m 06.214s

GTO Classics

28

8

laurent stakolaurent stako

lol racing

Porsche

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

2m 30.524s

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

29

9

Joachim LeistnerJoachim Leistner

Porsche

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

2m 34.493s

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

PositionIn ClassNameCountryTeamManufacturerClassCar LiveryTimeFastest LapClass

1

1

David DeGreefDavid DeGreef

Porsche

Group C

120m 51.568s

1m 57.216s

Group C

2

2

Antonio ArmientoAntonio Armiento

Ballas Racing

Porsche

Group C

121m 58.085s

1m 54.686s

Group C

3

3

Eric NiethEric Nieth

Porsche

Group C

122m 04.118s

1m 56.173s

Group C

4

4

Stefano MerazziStefano Merazzi

Porsche

Group C

120m 54.637s

1m 58.550s

Group C

5

5

Markus ReussMarkus Reuss

STOCKET-MOTORSPORT

Porsche

Group C

121m 38.020s

1m 59.182s

Group C

6

6

Jörg UllmannJörg Ullmann

D-CH Racingteam

Porsche

Group C

122m 30.834s

1m 55.835s

Group C

7

7

Torsten BesteherTorsten Besteher

STOCKET-MOTORSPORT

Porsche

Group C

121m 30.571s

2m 00.018s

Group C

8

1

Luke ManeyLuke Maney

Nissan

GTO Classics

121m 18.730s

2m 07.397s

GTO Classics

9

2

Jürgen FuckeJürgen Fucke

Virtual-SimRacer.de[AC Hohenseelbachskopf]

Ford

GTO Classics

121m 28.664s

2m 11.038s

GTO Classics

10

1

clint olliffeclint olliffe

AUS-NZ Racing

Porsche

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

121m 37.587s

2m 29.350s

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

11

2

Christian ZurbriggChristian Zurbrigg

Porsche

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

122m 41.481s

2m 31.417s

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

12

3

Teemu HautalaTeemu Hautala

Porsche

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

122m 48.475s

2m 31.470s

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

13

4

Eric WolfsEric Wolfs

Porsche

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

121m 55.939s

2m 31.492s

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

14

5

gary rogersgary rogers

Porsche

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

2m 35.235s

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

15

3

John GiJohn Gi

Audi

GTO Classics

2m 27.424s

GTO Classics

16

6

Domenico La BarbaDomenico La Barba

Absolute Motor Sport

Porsche

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

2m 30.816s

Porsche Carrera Cup Classic

17

8

Valentino AdamsValentino Adams

BERACING-FXX

Nissan

Group C

1m 53.667s

Group C

18

9

Marco KöhlerMarco Köhler

Porsche

Group C

1m 55.975s

Group C

19

10

Patrick PilsPatrick Pils

IT Return Racing

Porsche

Group C

1m 56.867s

Group C

20

11

Harald OfenheusleHarald Ofenheusle

D-CH Racingteam

Porsche

Group C

1m 57.441s

Group C

21

12

Robert WilliamRobert William

Porsche

Group C

2m 01.107s

Group C

22

13

Bernd PetersenBernd Petersen

MSC Kerstenhausen

Porsche

Group C

Group C

23

4

Brian MoirBrian Moir

Ford

GTO Classics

2m 08.451s

GTO Classics