Actrollvision Community Racing is back in action with the third season of its "Triple Threat" Community League. As always it features three separate competitions, each with 10 rounds of races: GT5 (Beginners), GT4 (Intermediate) and GT3 (Pro). With relegation and promotion between each of the three tiers.
The GT5 League kicked things off at the Red Bull Ring's National layout. With some new talent on show we saw some new faces on the top of the grid order. Ginger_Ferrett took pole, 0.7 ahead of Babajaga and Sam_Bishop in third. The lights went green and a great start by Ginger_Ferrett saw him take the lead, Andersantell, another new driver, made it up to second, while Sam and Baba held third and fourth. Unfortunately for Andersantell, he spun on lap 2 and found himself last. Up front Babajaga, Sam_Bishop and now Phatmatt were battling for second spot, with dozens of overtakes between them. This let Ginger_Ferrett drive off into the sunset. 25 minutes later and after plenty of mistakes from other drivers in the pack, Andersantell climbed all the way back up to second. Babajaga rounded out the top 3. Ginger_Ferrett has been given an early promotion to the GT4 league, and AnderAntell was the Driver of the Day. Read on for the results from GT4 and GT3.
The Actrollvision Community Racing "Triple Threat" league is nearing its finale after another few months of tight competition in Project CARS 2. Round 7 of 8 began with the GT5 class at Oulton Park. Bafrage was looking to extend his championship lead of 6 points over the tied second place drivers of Graham_068 and Fearmulle.
Unfortunately for the championship leader it was not his best qualifying session, and he only managed third with his two rivals in first and second. Graham_068 snatched pole. The race start was not so bad, as the top three got away well and Fearmulle jumped Graham into turn one. However, mistakes by Graham and Bafrage, put them down to seventh and eleventh respectively. Fearmmulle and L_Sergio batted for the lead, but a penalty for Sergio with only five minutes remaining cost him the win. Elsewhere we saw Bafrage battle through the whole field including a four-lap duel with Graham_068 to take second and a 2 point lead into the Sugo showdown next week. Bafrage was Driver of the Day. Read on for the GT4 and GT3 results.
The Actrollvision Community Racing (ACR) leagues in Project CARS 2 are goingfrom strength-to-strength. From the popular PS4 "Triple Threat" league that we cover here on Mondays, to new competitions on PC and Xbox One. ACR has built a big community of fair, clean racing drivers, with many leagues to accommodate different levels of skill. In the next two weeks sign-ups will open for the next season of ACR competitions. Read more below to find out how you can get involved in the action. Visit the links at the bottom of this article contact ACR and sign-up.
Introducing the XITE Rally X monthly cup, a PC Rallycross league coming soon. Brought to you by Actrollvision Community Racing in Project CARS 2.
How to qualify: Sign-ups will open in the next few weeks at iamxite.com. There will be in-game Community Events (time trials) in late March, April and May. The top 12 from the time trials will advance to a semi-final and final hosted by Actrollvision. Only players who sign-up via the XITE website will be eligible to progress beyond the time trials. There will be 3 races in the semi-finals, and 4 in the final, with points on offer based on finishing positions in each race. The top 3 from each semi-final will advance to the final. All live streamed by Actrollvision on the last Friday of each month. Except in May, when it will be held on June 1st. Read on for more details.
Bumps, walls and blind corners. Long Beach hosted this week's races in the ACR League as the drivers steadied themselves for one of the most dangerous circuits in Project CARS 2. Disaster is never more than a few inches away as the cars weave between the barriers on this treacherous track. The beginners in the GT5 class were the first to hit the road.
Bafrage was looking to add to his 10 point lead, and pick up his third win of the season, but he only qualified 5th. This track is known for throwing up some surprises, and Evolution--ex duly delivered by snatching pole, despite only securing one point all season long. Broseferr took 2nd in qualifying in his final race before promotion to the GT4 class, and championship hopeful Graham_068 was in 3rd. The lights went out and everyone was on the edge of their seats in anticipation of a pile up into turn one, but amazingly all 16 drivers got through cleanly. However, a mistake from championship leader Bafrage at the fountain section, would lead him to an early retirement. Evolution--ex took the chequered flag and the win, with DBKung in 2nd and Graham_068 came across the line in 3rd to cut Bafrage's championship lead to one point. Evolution--ex was the Driver of the Day. Read on to catch-up with the action from the other classes.