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CMS 2023 iRacing GT3 Sprint Series Race 3 Twin Ring Motegi

CMS 2023 iRacing GT3 Sprint Series Race 3 Twin Ring Motegi

CMS is ready for race 3 of the 2023 GT3 Sprint Series in iRacing as the next venue is Twin Ring Motegi.

The CMS 2023 GT3 Sprint Series in iRacing is ready for full gas once again today as they visit Twin ring Motegi for race 3. All details are provided including the stream and where to sign up, check it out.

Race Information

  • All times are US Eastern Time
  • 8:30pm – Server opens for practice
  • 9:20pm – Qualifying begins
  • 9:30pm – Race begins

Open Setup

  • Practice length: 50 minutes
  • Qualifier length: 2 laps or 10 minutes
  • Race length: 60 minutes
  • Starting type: Rolling start
  • Fast Repair: 1

Drive-thru penalty every 17x incidents


Race Starts
Formation lap, everyone hold their positions after the pace car exits the course. When green lights come on, we go!

Mandatory registration: Further instructions provided at the link above.

Orange Zone
The first lap Orange Zone for this race will extend past the exit of the T10 hairpin. See the map below. This zone on the first lap will be reviewed after the race for incidents, and incident reviews will be filed for questionable contact.

Live Stream: CMSRACING – Twitch


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