Driver’s Meeting – Bristol

The race server will be in the “League Sessions” area of iRacing. You will not need a password to enter as a registered driver in the league. Entry to the server will be first come, first serve. The server this week allows for 43 maximum entries.

All drivers should be in the TeamSpeak server before Qualifying begins. Trackside Racing Network may pull in drivers for interviews under yellow flag or after the race. Most importantly, the top three finishers will be interviewed immediately after the race.

This race is a crown jewel event. Josh Connors (Daytona winner) and Johnny Avila (Watkins Glen winner) are eligible for $25 if they can win the remaining crown jewel events.

As a crown jewel event, this race will include a stage break at the end of Lap 100, which pays stage points to the top 10 drivers. If a caution flies within 5 laps of this scheduled stage break, the running order at the time of that caution will be used, and the stage break will occur during that caution period instead.

We will be using the “single pit road” track layout. All drivers must enter the backstretch pits exiting Turn 2, follow the pit road speed through Turns 3-4, and exit pit road entering Turn 1. Also be sure to follow iRacing instructions when the pits are closed; we will not be clearing black flags due to drivers not following these procedures.

Race Settings:

Sunday 1/31/2021

Server Opens: 7:15 pm Eastern (open practice)

Qualifying: 8:25 pm Eastern (2 laps)

Race: 8:30 pm Eastern (200 laps)

Track Layout: Single pit road

Fixed Setup: bristol_night (default fixed setup)

Sim time: 2021-03-06 17:00 1x at start of practice.

Weather: Realistic

Track state: 0% at start of practice, rubber carries over through each session. Marbles cleaned between sessions.

Cautions: Automatic with admin-thrown competition caution at end of Lap 100.

Fuel capacity: 75%

Tire limit: 3 extra sets in the pits


Penalties from previous race:

Carryover from previous race – #10, EOL

Lap 31 – #82 at fault incident, EOL next attended race

Drivers may anonymously protest drivers for additional incidents, which do not bring out a caution, within 24 hours of an event. The protest form is located under the League Info Menu on the website.

Drivers who do not agree with an admin board penalty ruling may protest to the Appeals Board. The protest form is located under the League Info Menu on the website.