Round 5 of the CMS 2023 GT3 Sprint Series in iRacing will visit the awesome Road Atlanta for some more fantastic GT racing.
The CMS 2023 GT3 Sprint Series in iRacing is once again ready to take to the track as one of my all time favourite tracks is up next, Road Atlanta takes center stage. All details are provided including the stream and where to sign up, check it out.
2023 Season 1, Race 5 – Road Atlanta Live Stream: CMSRACING – Twitch
All times are US Eastern Time.
- Wednesday, January 25th, 2023
- 8:30pm – Server opens for practice
- 9:20pm – Qualifying begins
- 9:30pm – Race begins
- Setups: Open
- Practice length: 50 minutes
- Qualifier length: 2 laps / 10 minutes
- Race length: 75 minutes
- Starting type: Rolling
- Fast Repair: 1
- Drive-thru penalty every 21x incidents
- Session date/time: May 6th, 6:25pm
- Dynamic weather, dynamic Track State
Turn markings 8 and 9 (marked in pink) shall be considered straights, and “The Esses” shall be considered corners, subject to the regulations in the General Competition Rules (GCR).
Formation lap, everyone hold their positions after the pace car exits the course. When green lights come on, we go!
Mandatory registration: cmsracing.com
Further instructions provided at the link above.
The first lap Orange Zone for this race will extend past the exit of T7, leading on to the back straight. 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.
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