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World Grand Prix Championship Season 14: Signups (Completed)

Postby WGPC » Fri Feb 05, 2016 4:55 pm

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The World Grand Prix Championships are back for another season of thrills, spills, shunts and bumps. The multiverse's best racing teams will go head to head to find out who is the number one racer - and who is the number one racing team.

For those of you unfamiliar with the WGPC, I could tell you about how it's been going since around 2005, and how its basically a slightly-more-relaxed version of Formula 1, but to best get a feel for how it works, here is a link to the WGPC12 thread from 2013, and here is a link to last year's World Championship, WGPC13, both of which were pretty awesome experiences from start to finish. Having a read of it will give you a feel for how the season works, but bear in mind there are a couple of changes for season fourteen.



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Every user may sign up TWO drivers. Every driver starts off as a free agent, meaning they are not affiliated to any team. Drivers sign up to teams via roleplay in the RP thread (coming soon), though its customary to ask around the users who control racing teams (more on them later) to let them know you're available.

The more RPing you do with your driver, the faster they are likely to be on the circuit, and the more likely a team is to sign them. Furthermore, teams may hire and fire drivers regularly, so if you don't contribute, there's a chance your team may get rid of you in favour of someone who will.

To sign-up a driver, fill in the following form:

NAME:
GENDER:
NATIONALITY:
TRIGRAM:
NUMBER:
ABILITY: (Aggression/Technique/Reliability)
BIO:


NAME is the full name of the driver. The driver may be male or female or any kind of sentient being. Want to sign up a pony? Or some kind of sentient wasp? That's fine, but do appreciate that IC regulations on driver safety, car weight, helmet measurements and general aerodynamic ability would have to be factored in. The WGPC reserves the right to punish sentient bees for not wearing the correct safety equiptment, even if said safety equipment would make it impossible for said bee to reach the steering wheel.

GENDER is your driver's gender. If this is left blank we will assume the driver is a male human. If you've decided to go for a half-ape half-encephelapod, this is where to write that.

TRIGRAM is the driver's nationality. It should be put in the form of a trigram. This is NOT the trigram for the driver's name.
A TRIGRAM is the three-letter code that tells us what your nation is called. Audioslavia's, for example, is AUD.

NUMBER is your driver's preferred car number. This can be any number between 3 and 99. 1 is reserved for the current driver's champion. 2 is only availble to the champion's team-mate should they so choose. In the event that two drivers choose the same number, the first driver to sign to a team is given the number. The second driver to sign to a team has to choose another, or be given a different one at random.

ABILITY is split into three sections: AGGRESSION, TECHNIQUE and RELIABILITY. Aggressive drivers are better at overtaking, while technical drivers are better at traversing the multiverse's more difficult circuits. Reliable drivers don't find themselves upside-down in a gravel-pit quite so often. Each attribute should be given a numerical number between 1 and 3 and the three ratings must add up to a maximum of six

You can increase your driver's A/T/R rating by RPing.

BIO is a short biography of your driver. His/her/its age, experience, hopes and aspirations, driving style, favourite sandwich, things like that.
EXAMPLE SIGN-UP

NAME: Alexander Lund
NATIONALITY: Audioslavian
TRIGRAM: AUD
ABILITY: 2/1.5/2.5
BIO: Alec Lund shot to fame in Season 12 of the WGPC. Signed to the notoriously unreliable McPahan team, Lund struggled through accident after accident during the first half of the season, only to put a streak together over the last handful of races and, against all expectation, win the World Driver's Championship on the very final raceday of the season. Last year's WGPC13 season didn't go quite so well for Lund, who came into the season a little unfit and, despite early promise, never quite recreated his championship winning form from the previous season, but a third place finish in the driver's standing is a fine base for the driver to build from.

Alec is a careful driver, all too used to handling some of the most unreliable cars on the planet. His ability to race at pace while keeping an eye on his tires is second to none, but while he shows consistency he doesn't quite have the raw talent and reaction times of his peers.


Sign-ups (25)
The following applications have been accepted, and the drivers will take part in the negotiation period at the start of the season.
Not every driver is guaranteed a drive.

# NAT NAME Ag Tc Re
1 NEK Alexandra Mayari 2 2 2
3 ARK Mateo Oket 1 3 2
5 JES Henry Tiaoa 2 1 3
6 AUD Alexander Lund 2 1.5 2.5
7 AMR Xavier Jennings 1 3 2
11 HMO Heinz Mignolet 2 2 2 (trigram should be for your nation, not the driver)
17 OIS Oliver Bachmann 2 2 2
18 EFL Louis Krindle 2.6 2.6 0.8
20 TSB Marcus Melton 3 2.1 2.3 (stats should not add up to more than six)
21 NUD Alexander Kohlon 2 2 2
23 SJG Moisés Delgado 2 2 2
24 EFL Victoria Gardner 2 2 2
29 KRY Esteban Guilhermez 1 3 2
32 JES Jerry Heesey 2 3 1
34 MTJ Jasmin Kransška 2 2 2
35 CEN Jac-Irlo Val 2.5 1.75 1.75
42 MTJ Alex Dimitrianov 1 2 3
46 SCV Reni Sanderson 0.5 3 2.5
47 CRE April Crawford 0.5 3 2.5
51 VIL R.L. Cruisin 2.75 2 1.25
52 HDR Sayono Souzare 1.7 2.4 1.9
55 HDR Asao Nadakei 2.2 2.1 1.7
64 USI Crimson LaRoja 3 2 1
66 FND Smith Snick 2 1 3
77 TUR iBen Toralmintii 1 3.25 1.75
89 DRK Will Madison 2.2 2.3 1.5





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Each user may sign up a maximum of TWO grand-prix circuits, and no more than one per nation (meaning one circuit from your main nation and one from a puppet is fine).

Signing up a circuit is not a guarantee that it will be used in the upcoming WGPC season. Spare circuits may be used for pre-season or in-season testing.

It is customary to provide an image of your circuit (no larger than 900 x 900 pixels, of course). Providing an image is mandatory for your circuit to become one of the 12 that will be used for the upcoming season.

To sign up a circuit, fill in the following form.

EXAMPLE SIGN-UP

NAME OF CIRCUIT:
CITY/TOWN:
COUNTRY:
NAME OF GRAND PRIX:
TRACK RATING: (Ag/Tc)
QUALIFYING TYPE: (Trad / Shotgun / Two-Stage)
LAP RECORD:
LENGTH OF ONE LAP:
BIO:


Link the image too, if you have one.

NAME OF CIRCUIT is the name of the circuit. To use a real-life example, Spa-Francorchamps is the name of the track used for the Belgian grand-prix.

CITY/TOWN is the name of the place the circuit is in / nearest to. For example, Spa-Francorchamps is situated near the Belgian town of Stavelot.

COUNTRY is the nation the circuit is in. Spa Francorchamps is in Belgium.

NAME OF GRAND PRIX is what the grand prix will be called. For example, Grand Prix de Quebec or Audioslavian Grand Prix or Gran Premio de Astrograth.

TRACK RATING is, like the driver ability rating, comprised of numerical values. The first value is Aggressiveness. Aggressive circuits are wide with plenty of opportunities to overtake. The second value is Technical Difficulty. A track with a high TD rating suits more technically skilled drivers, and the circuit may be more difficult to overtake on. The numbers should add up to ten. (ie 4/6, 3/7, 5/5)

QUALIFYING TYPE is a new addition for season 14. Last season, the qualifying session was one ninety-minute free-for-all wherein the driver who recorded the fastest time was given pole position, the second-fastest second place and so on. This is known as the Traditional qualifying type, and if you would like your grand prix to use this qualifying type, say so in this field.
Shotgun qualifying is commonly known as a one shot qualifying session. Each driver takes it in turns to record one flying lap, and one flying lap only.
Two-tier is similar to what is currently used in formula one. In the first, fifty-minute session the drivers record up to six flying laps. The ten fastest go on to tier two, the slower ones drop out and will line up in positions 11 to 24 on race-day. In the second session, the ten fastest drivers record up to three flying laps over a twenty-five minute period. The driver with the slowest time of this period will start 10th, the second-slowest 9th and so on.

LAP RECORD is the fastest any grand prix driver has driven the track before.

LENGTH OF ONE LAP should be measured in kilometres. Tracks that are too long or too short won't be considered when it comes to selecting places for the racing season.

The above two are in italics for a reason. We need information for only one of these.
BIO is a short description of the track. You can provide the track's history and/or give a description of one lap around the circuit.

Oh, and remember the two usual rules: NO OVALS, and NO RL CIRCUITS.
EXAMPLE SIGN-UP

NAME OF CIRCUIT: Crossport Raceway
CITY/TOWN: Crossport
COUNTRY: Audioslavia
NAME OF GRAND PRIX: Grand Prix of Audioslavia
TRACK RATING: (4/6)
QUALIFYING: Traditional
LAP RECORD: 1m 30.929s (R.L. Cruisin', Frontiere Racing, WGPC13)
LENGTH OF ONE LAP: 5.885km


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The Crossport Raceway, Audioslavia's newest and most modern grand prix circuit, has a long straight down to turn one, the so called 'turn of the century', a mid-length left-hander just deep enough to whittle a pack of 24 roaring cars to single file. Alec approaches at a modest speed, pumps the brakes and coasts around the corner, missing all apexes by a mile, before accelerating downhill, through Turn 2 before easing off for the tighting right hander that ends with the 'Hammerhead' turn - a sharp right onto a long straight. The g-force from the right-hander presses his helmet into the side of the cockpit - a force his neck isn't quite strong enough to counter. He lets out a grunt as the corner opens out into the straight, which he accelerates down as fast as is possible. A shallow incline levels out into a 10-degree left, followed by a hard, hard braking zone which puts extra pressure on that neck. The car judders to an almost standstill, thankfully without any wheelspin, and he feeds the car through the turn as best he can. It's still.. not quite right. Not only are his, and therefore the car's, movements not quite smooth enough, but the g-forces are still messing with him and everything is still... it's somehow sluggish. Was the car heavier? Was the engine not giving him as much as last season? The car, like him, felt a little more lethargic and a few pounds too heavy. What was wrong?

Knock corner hones into view in front of him, and Alec takes it at a safe pace, feeding the car through Hold and Loose before accelerating up the part of the circuit named after him. Lund Hill. A big, steep climb with a slight right-hand lilt. He builds speed up the hill, levels out for a short straight before starting the descent down Bunn Straight - named after his former team-mate.

Alec's eyes open at the sight in front of him - perhaps the most dangerous part of any circuit on the current WGPC calendar. The rail tunnel. It wasn't technically a rail tunnel - the cars weren't driving on rails - it was, rather, a bridge, with a functioning railtrack above. The track had originally been built to end just before it, but problems with the steep descent down Bunn hill meant that either the track had to wind back out and in again to negate the steep clim, or be extended just a little past the original boundaries. It was the quickest part of the circuit even with the slight bend, and at the end of it was a wall. It may have been a wall angled so that it would give even the most out-of-sorts cars a long, grinding slide rather than a head-on crash, but it was a wall nonetheless, and even clipping a tire in the wrong place could spell the end of one's race.

Alec brakes as late as he dare - which isn't that late, it turns out - and banks right, and right again, before embarking on the main straight. He stamps on the accelerator as quickly as possible, and curses under his breath as the engine goes through the gears just a fraction of a second slower than he'd like. The horizon hurtles towards him, he passes the line, and it's the start of his flying lap. This is definitely it, now. Now he goes about earning that big old salary of his.

The Turn of the Century soon arrives, for the second time, and this time the McPahan F180a is flush on the right hand side of the track for the approach. A pump of the brakes kills his speed and lets him decellerate through to second gear. He misses the apex on the inside, but his the outer one. The right-rear spins as he fails to get the traction he needs to properly hit top speed down the short downhill straight before turn two, but he does manage to take the second turn smoothly and coast round to Hammerhead. His head, once again, is duly hammered onto the side of the cockpit as he swings round, a little too fast, onto the main straight, and the car eats up all of the generous rumble-strip and even a few blades of grass as he begins the shallow climb on the eastern part of the circuit. The car, once again, gallops a little labouredly up the hill, still feeling as if he's dragging a wheelbarrow full of tar behind him. He's thankful for the absense of said wheelbarrow as he brakes hard for Hammertail. The tyres squeal in protest as he again carries a few too many horses round the corner, and he's rocked by a sharp mount of the outer rumblestrip as the car straightens out again.

Flush onto the right hand side of the circuit, Alec narrows his eyes with determination as Knock homes into view, and he swings the car violently into the left-hander. The rear end feels like it's about to slip away... it thankfully doesn't, but he's certainly gone in too hard, and has to keep his foot off the accelerator in order to get himself into Hold at the correct angle. The car drifts slowly round Hold before Loose comes into view, and Alec pumps the car forward into the corner, getting good traction and good speed out of it in comparison to last time, and hurtling up his own hill as quick as possible. He hears the engine struggle against the combined forces of gravity and air resistance. The shallow right almost takes Lund by surprise, but he keeps his foot pressed against the accelerator all the while. Now, it's time for the right-hander down to Bunn Hill, and Alec can't help but glance at the speedometer as it dances to and beyond the 200 mark... well beyond... scarily beyond... the tunnel gets too close for comfort. Alec brakes hard, the wheels scream in anguish. The right-rear locks up, forcing Alec to pump the brakes again. He's just in time for the right-hander, and gets the car round Linco Turn quickly. The engine lets out a bloodcurdling warcry as the start-finish line rushes towards its wheels.

"Nice first lap. One-thirty-three point oh-three-three. Top marks for repetition. You can go quicker. Over"...


Circuits (13)

The following applications have been received.
Only twelve will be selected for the Grand Prix season.
Extra circuits may be used for pre/mid season testing.

NAT CIRCUIT GRAND PRIX
HDR Yakumicha Circuit Grand Prix of Hodori
AEL Western Route Circuit Grand Prix of Aels
EFL Mount Salt Raceway Grand Prix of the Imperial Commonwealth
LEN Talbott Autodrome Liventia Airways Grand Prix of Liventia
MTJ Kopylov InternazionRing Grand Prix tsa Mattijana
SJG Suojärvi Raceway Gran Premio Guayabalense
NEK Nekoni International Circuit Grand Prix of Nekoni
FND Sliterheen Snakeheart Circuit Samuel Snaker Grand Prix in Snakeheart Circuit
NUD Circuit de Dunpa Grand Prix of Dunpana
TUR Eelandii Grand Prix Course Grand Prix of Turori
VIL Vilita Mountain Challenge Vilitan Grand Prix
KRY Argentring Grand Prix of Krytenia
AUD Crossport Raceway Audioslavian Grand Prix



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Team sign-ups work a little differently compared to other sports, and will work a little differently compared to previous editions of the WGPC too.

Whereas, for WGPC, invitations were given to various users to run teams in the WGPC, this time the team sign-ups are semi-open. Anyone is allowed to register a team, but only a few will be selected. Selection is based on the hosts' preference and nothing else. Please also note that, unlike previous iterations, there will be no test-driver slots and each nation is allowed only one driver, regardless of whether or not they are running a team. This does mean that a nation's driver is not obligated to drive for the user's team. Each user is allowed to enter up to two drivers, but only if they are of different nationalities.

Why so strict? The onus is on teams to RP well, for enjoyments sake as well as to reap the benefits of a decent RP bonus. Users that RP well will find not only that their drivers go faster, but their teams perform better too. The combination of a well-RP'd driver racing for a well RP'd team will make for a very competitive team, though its worth stressing that, due to the random nature of scorinators, RPing well is not a guarantee of success, it merely improves your chances.

Also, just as teams are free to fire drivers if they feel they aren't performing (ie the user isn't RPing enough), drivers are free to quit teams they feel are not giving them the help they need (ie the user isn't RPing enough). Although it rarely happens in Formula One nowadays, there is the possibility to remove teams during the season and enter new ones, if there is little or no activity from the user. All changes are at the discretion of the WGPC Committee.



To register a team, fill in the following form:

TEAM NAME:
RATING: (Acceleration/Cornering/Reliability)
HEADQUARTERS:
RACING COLOURS:


TEAM NAME is the name of the team. For example, McPahan Racing, Yogutz Lantzia, Red Bull Racing

RATING is, like the ability sections for the drivers, divided into three numbers. 'Acceleration' is the team's ability to get the best out of the engine, while a team's Cornering ability denotes their ability to get the best performance out of their tyres, wings and the like. The Rebiality rating denotes how reliable they can make the team's car, and just how reliable the pit crew are at changing the tyres on a car without accidentally setting fire to it.

Each rating can be a maximum of 5 and a team's total rating points can add up to no more than 12. You can increase your team's A/C/R rating by RPing.

A team's Headquarters are the city in which the team is based.

Racing colours (you may spell colours without the 'u' if you prefer) are the main colours of the team's livery. You may provide a picture if you think you can make one.
EXAMPLE SIGN-UP

Bio is where you write a little bit about your team. It's also a good idea to supply a side-on picture of your team's car, as that makes it easier for me to create your team's avatar (see the first post of last season's RP thread for details).

TEAM NAME: McPahan Racing
RATING: (4/5/3)
HEADQUARTERS: Ceilerden, Audioslavia
RACING COLOURS: Electric blue and white.
BIO:


Team Signups (8)
The following applications have been accepted.
A maximum of 12 teams will be selected for the upcoming season.
Teams *not* on this list who signed up before 2016/2/24 have been rejected due to lack of RPing experience.
The car number for each driver is not official until the driver signs with a team.
In the event that two drivers would like the same number, the first to sign up with a team gets the number.

AUD Image McPahan Racing 4 5 3
HDR Image ENSADRINK GP 3.8 4.3 3.9
NEK Image Scuderia Fuoco e Ghiaccio 4 3 5
SJG Image Telaris Racing 5 3 4
EFL Image MSA-SinVal Racing 3.8 3.7 4.5
KRY Image Cygnus ATR 4 3 5
MTJ Image MRT 4 4 4
CEN Image Fornax Racing 5 4 3





The WGPC is the multiverse's oldest open-wheel motor racing championships. Our ethos is to provide a fun RPing environment for everyone, regardless of their knowledge of cars, Formula One, or motor racing in general. You don't need to be a petrolhead to RP here. If you *are* a petrol-head, though, and you're looking for something more in-depth and technical, try Formula Hodori.

Closing date for sign-ups is February 29th 2016.

Pos.	#	Driver			Team				Pts.
Season 1
1 Thomas Ragji Team Rolatia 39
2 Oscar Phillips Tango et Kartuma 28
3 Jason Welkoma Southern Universe GP 26

Season 2
1 1 Thomas Ragji Team Rolatia 46
2 2 William Sralt Team Rolatia 33
3 4 Scott LeCroix Twin Crescent Racing 29

Season 3
1 6 Troy Wilkins LivEng Racing 97
2 7 Roger Stoddard Wentland 93
3 2 Scott LeCroix Twin Crescent Racing 68

Season 4
1 1 Troy Wilkins LivEng Racing 137
2 15 Yoni Carson Hetz va Keshet 95
3 4 Bob Turner Wentland Stellar Racing 71
Season 5
1 5 Adam Teraining Bostopia F1 100
2 7 Bob Turner Stellar-WRM 85
3 1 Troy Wilkins LivEng Racing 77
Season 6
1 12 Scott LeCroix Twin Crescent Racing 77
2 5 Troy Wilkins LivEng Racing 77
3 2 Dave Prast Bostopia F1 70
Season 7
1 9 Joe Allon Movilla Patton-Carmichael F1 94
2 7 Bruno Borghi Globo/Velog F1 91
3 23 Nick Wagoner Silverstar Airways Team KPL 78
Season 8
1 33 Jai Kardaeri Mirrors F1 98
2 6 André Luís Caconde Globo/Velog F1 85
3 8 Adam Richardson Liventia Racing 75
Season 9
1 9 Matthew Portland JGV Int'l Motorsports 51
2 3 Andre Luis Caconde Globo/Velog F1 50
3 4 Joe Allon Globo/Velog F1 40
Season 10
1 1 Matthew Portland WGPC Motorsports JGV 90
2 4 Jai Kardaeri Velog 88
3 6 Bruno Borghi Team Leopard ATR 75
Season 11
1 15 Stang Crax V&T Motorsports 122
2 2 Jai Kardaeri Carvenlo 121
3 1 Matthew Portland Carvenlo 91
Season 12
1 16 Alexander Lund McPahan Racing 111
2 4 Sotil Morua Carvenlo 111
3 2 Xeb Kallasdun Goldmund-Teller 102
Season 13
1 74 Alexandra Mayari Scuderia Fuoco e Ghiaccio 119
2 55 Asao Nadakei Team Dekijika-Tarogama 118
3 1 Alexander Lund McPahan Racing 115
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Postby Poland-Krakow » Fri Feb 05, 2016 4:57 pm

This looks interesting.

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Postby San Jose Guayabal » Fri Feb 05, 2016 5:04 pm

DRIVER REGISTRATION:

NAME: Moisés Delgado
GENDER: Male
AGE: 23
NATIONALITY: Guayabalense
TRIGRAM: SJG
ABILITY: 2/2/2


BIO: Moisés is a balanced driver (Age: 23) in the sense of the word, competed in the Formula Guayabalense since he was sixteen years old, definitively he has some experience despite his youngness, in his second season (Year 2193 - ASSRPT) won the title of "Rookie of the Year" after finishing fifth in the general classification, after that finished second in three times in a row just to win it in the 2198 Season by a narrow margin, with a promising future he decided to adventure into the WGPC and did a quite decent season finishing 7th in the drivers leaderboard after leading for a good part of the season. In this season, Delgado aims higher and he might achieve new heights in his career, the odds are in his favour and a good season is predicted for him.


CIRCUIT SIGN-UP

NAME OF CIRCUIT: Suojärvi Raceway
CITY/TOWN: Suojärvi
COUNTRY: San José Guayabal
NAME OF GRAND PRIX: Gran Premio Guayabalense
TRACK RATING: (4/6)
LAP RECORD: 01:52:770
LENGTH OF ONE LAP: 6.886km.
PRECIPITATION CHANCE: 62%
TOP SPEED ON PITS: 80 km/h.
AVAILABILITY TO RACE AT NIGHT: Yes, the circuit has proper illumination to do a race at night if the WGPC Council considers it properly.
SUGGESTED RACE TIME: 16:00.
CAPACITY: 115,000 fans.
VIP BOXES: 2300.
PRESS HALLS: Three halls available and also a multipurpose hall, equipped with A/C, Wi-Fi, 52 computers with optical fiber internet, at least 20 GB capacity.
PREVIOUSLY HOSTED: 23 editions of the "24 Horas de El Roblar", the most famous endurance race in San José Guayabal.
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TEAM SIGN-UP

TEAM NAME: Telaris Racing
RATING: (5/3/4)
TEAM PRINCIPAL: Jaime Gutiérrez
HEADQUARTERS: Moncada, San Salvador Province, San José Guayabal
RACING COLOURS: Light green and skyblue

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Postby Northern Sunrise Islands » Fri Feb 05, 2016 5:07 pm

The Sunrisian Minnow is back, maybe?

NAME: Crimson "Swift Curse" LaRoja
GENDER: Female
NATIONALITY: Unified Sunrisian (Northern Sunrisian)
TRIGRAM: USI
ABILITY: 3/2/1
BIO: A hot-headed lass from Northern Sunrise's colony Saint Elsewhere, Crimson LaRoja was mostly well regarded as a talented racer at almost anything, for nothing but sheer spirit. However, said spirit might have been lost on the way to the WGPC as last season was rather poor for the Sunrisian. Now on the lookout for maybe getting back to her winning ways, she's once again on the way to the Championship.
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Postby Liventia » Fri Feb 05, 2016 5:31 pm

I'll get a track or two in tomorrow, but to fill in your history gap:

SEASON ONE
Pos Name Team Points
1 Thomas Ragji Team Rolatia 39
2 Oscar Phillips Tango et Kartuma 28
3 Jason Welkoma Southern Universe GP 26

There weren't any official car numbers that I can see.
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Postby Mattijana » Sat Feb 06, 2016 2:13 am

Driver Signup:

NAME: Alex Dimitrianov
GENDER: Male
NATIONALITY: Mattijanan
TRIGRAM: MTJ
NUMBER: 42
ABILITY: (Aggression:1 /Technique 2 /Reliability 3)
BIO: Returning for his second season of WGCP following a very sucessful foundation in domestic motorsport, Dimitrianov found himself one of the more mercurial drivers of last season winning one and coming second in two of his races, but often finding himself taking an early bath after a number of DNFs which put a blot on an otherwise impressive first season. That was in fact strange as prior to entering the WGPC, Dimitrianov was building a reputation as a consistent, but unexciting driver. Dimitrianov will be hoping to avoid second season syndrome and challenge for the final podium, perhaps in a Mattijanan car.

Team signup:

TEAM NAME: Mattijana Racing Team (MRT)
RATING: (Acceleration 4/Cornering 4/Reliability 4)
HEADQUARTERS: Petrovijanka, Mattijana
RACING COLOURS: Green and yellow.

Bio: Having won the constructors title in Mattijana's main open-wheel championships, MRT, previously known as Birjkenluftšaft, took a large government prize containing a modern engineering and administrative complex on condition that they would have to enter the WGPC the following year. They did, but were not selected and so returned to domestic motorsport for a year, taking a comfortable victory. With a more experienced manager in Johan Struna and targeting Alex Dimitrianov, the team will be looking to not only get in, but to challenge for regular good results.
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Postby OIsINiSTAn » Sat Feb 06, 2016 2:55 am

NAME: Oliver Bachmann
GENDER: Male
NATIONALITY: Oisinistani
TRIGRAM: OIS
NUMBER: 17
ABILITY: (Aggression/Technique/Reliability) 2/2/2
BIO: Oliver Bachmann was born in 1989 in Ballyacklee. He showed great promise at an early age, winning the U-16 Prix de Clomkill three times, in 2002, 2003 and 2004. His first senior win came in 2009, when he won the newly founded Breecullen Prix. He has had no serious crashes, his only incident coming in 2011 when his car skidded across the track at Sordclomkill, forcing him to exit the race. The medals he has won as a senior are the Breecullen Prix (2009,2010,2011,2013,2014,2015), the special anniversary race at Four Lakes in 2012, and the Superchaps Prix Royale in 2013. His favourite sandwich is salami, lettuce and cheese, with a picalilli relish and easy-spread butter.

TEAM NAME: Superchaps Racing
RATING: (Acceleration/Cornering/Reliability) 4/4/4
HEADQUARTERS: Ballyacklee, Oisinistan
RACING COLOURS: Green and yellow

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Postby Cre Drago » Sat Feb 06, 2016 3:23 am

NAME: April Crawford
GENDER: Female
NATIONALITY: Cre Drago
TRIGRAM: CRE
NUMBER: 47
ABILITY: (Aggression/Technique/Reliability): 0.5/3/2.5
BIO: April(23yo) is the champion of the Dragoian Racing Series a semi underground racing circuit that races in the back roads of the country. Due to the rugged mountainous areas of the island Crawford learned that technique beats all in the tight narrow curves of the roadways in Cre Drago.
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Postby Dunpa » Sat Feb 06, 2016 9:07 am

NAME: Alexander Kohlon
GENDER: Male
NATIONALITY: Dunpan
TRIGRAM: NUD
NUMBER: 21
ABILITY: 2/2/2
BIO: Alex is a famous red tail hawk racer and is ready to put his skills to the circuit. Alex is 27, loves Superchaps subs, and started racing when his father gave Alex his first go-kart at age 7. He recently changed his number to #21 because he was #15 in Formula Hawk. In Formula Hawk, Alex has won two championships (2008, 4th season, and 2012, with the #15 Drinkin' Racing). Champions here: Formula Hawk Hall of Fame


NAME OF CIRCUIT: Circuit de Dunpa
CITY/TOWN: Warkino Zell
COUNTRY: Dunpa
NAME OF GRAND PRIX: Grand Prix of Dunpana
TRACK RATING: (5/5)
QUALIFYING: Two-Tier
LENGTH OF ONE LAP: 4862 m
ATTRACTIONS: A go-kart track (one of the few places that still allows go-karts) with a training track next to the go-kart track for people who want to race. Also around the circuit, there is one Superchaps restaurant for your local food (that, along with Dunpa's other Superchaps restaurants, has no WiFi).

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Thanks Nekoni for the track design

Bio: This track was created in the 1920s during the time automobiles were first created in Dunpa. In the 1950s, a safety change was made following the death of 2 Dunpan racers. The last major change was in 2005 when a chicane was added due to a near-fatal crash by Rebecca Liander which resulted due to her going comatose for a month

A lap around the track: There is a long straightaway at the beginning of the circuit and everyone including Alex is calm. Most of the racers don't know the gauntlet of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd turns. Alex makes a mistake getting out of 3 but continues. After the 3rd turn, there is the 4th which does a break with the turns. Alex does this part okay. The 5th comes and is the last turn for a while. The long straightaway fools the driver into the sixth turn. Alex almost spins trying to run this turn. 7, 8, and the 9th turns don't really challenge. After the 10th turn, there are more gaps between the turns. Alex goes fast through these turns. Then comes the 2nd gauntlet of the 13th-18th turn. Unlike the other gauntlet, this one tests the aggressiveness of the drivers. Everyone calms down when the chicane comes between the 19th and 20th turns. The short straightaway proves you have mastered a lap of the track.

"Okay lap. 1'thirty-three' eleven. Needs some improvement though."
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Postby Audioslavia » Sat Feb 06, 2016 9:44 am

NAME: Alexander Lund
NATIONALITY: Audioslavian
TRIGRAM: AUD
NUMBER: 6
ABILITY: 2/1.5/2.5

BIO: Alec Lund shot to fame in Season 12 of the WGPC. Signed to the notoriously unreliable McPahan team, Lund struggled through accident after accident during the first half of the season, only to put a streak together over the last handful of races and, against all expectation, win the World Driver's Championship on the very final raceday of the season. Last year's WGPC13 season didn't go quite so well for Lund, who came into the season a little unfit and, despite early promise, never quite recreated his championship winning form from the previous season, but a third place finish in the driver's standing is a fine base for the driver to build from.

Alec is a careful driver, all too used to handling some of the most unreliable cars on the planet. His ability to race at pace while keeping an eye on his tires is second to none, but while he shows consistency he doesn't quite have the raw talent and reaction times of his peers.
NAME OF CIRCUIT: Crossport Raceway
CITY/TOWN: Crossport
COUNTRY: Audioslavia
NAME OF GRAND PRIX: Grand Prix of Audioslavia
TRACK RATING: (Agg 6 / TD 4)
QUALIFYING: Traditional
LAP RECORD: 1m 30.929s (R.L. Cruisin', Frontiere Racing, WGPC13)
LENGTH OF ONE LAP: 5.885km


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Crossport used to be a town to the west of the Audioslavian capital of Cathair, but has since largely been absorbed into the greater Catharan conurbation. The circuit is situated four miles away from Crossport in a green and leafy area of the countryside. Part of the circuit was built on a hill - since renamed Lund Hill after the Audioslavian driver of the same name - and the downhill descent into the final turn - a long left through part of an old rail tunnel - is arguably the most dangerous corner on the racing season, as former SinoMotors driver Maxwell Song can attest to, having taken a big shunt at that very same corner last season.

A lap of the circuit:

The Turn of the Century soon arrives, for the second time, and this time the McPahan F180a is flush on the right hand side of the track for the approach. A pump of the brakes kills his speed and lets him decellerate through to second gear. He misses the apex on the inside, but his the outer one. The right-rear spins as he fails to get the traction he needs to properly hit top speed down the short downhill straight before turn two, but he does manage to take the second turn smoothly and coast round to Hammerhead. His head, once again, is duly hammered onto the side of the cockpit as he swings round, a little too fast, onto the main straight, and the car eats up all of the generous rumble-strip and even a few blades of grass as he begins the shallow climb on the eastern part of the circuit. The car, once again, gallops a little labouredly up the hill, still feeling as if he's dragging a wheelbarrow full of tar behind him. He's thankful for the absense of said wheelbarrow as he brakes hard for Hammertail. The tyres squeal in protest as he again carries a few too many horses round the corner, and he's rocked by a sharp mount of the outer rumblestrip as the car straightens out again.

Flush onto the right hand side of the circuit, Alec narrows his eyes with determination as Knock homes into view, and he swings the car violently into the left-hander. The rear end feels like it's about to slip away... it thankfully doesn't, but he's certainly gone in too hard, and has to keep his foot off the accelerator in order to get himself into Hold at the correct angle. The car drifts slowly round Hold before Loose comes into view, and Alec pumps the car forward into the corner, getting good traction and good speed out of it in comparison to last time, and hurtling up his own hill as quick as possible. He hears the engine struggle against the combined forces of gravity and air resistance. The shallow right almost takes Lund by surprise, but he keeps his foot pressed against the accelerator all the while. Now, it's time for the right-hander down to Bunn Hill, and Alec can't help but glance at the speedometer as it dances to and beyond the 200 mark... well beyond... scarily beyond... the tunnel gets too close for comfort. Alec brakes hard, the wheels scream in anguish. The right-rear locks up, forcing Alec to pump the brakes again. He's just in time for the right-hander, and gets the car round Linco Turn quickly. The engine lets out a bloodcurdling warcry as the start-finish line rushes towards its wheels.

"Nice first lap. One-thirty-three point oh-three-three. Top marks for repetition. You can go quicker. Over..."
TEAM NAME: McPahan Racing
RATING: (4/5/3)
HEADQUARTERS: Ceilerden, Audioslavia
RACING COLOURS: Electric blue and white.

BIO: The name McPahan is a notorious one in Audioslavian motorsport. The team, established by Linco McPahan Snr. in 1954, had positioned themselves as one of the stronger teams on Audioslavia's domestic FA1 circuit without ever really troubling any of the big Audioslavian teams when it came to winning races. A maiden AA1 constructors' championship happened in 1970, and with that Linco McPahan Snr. retired from the sport, letting his son, Linco Jnr., run the team.

Linco Junior's ethos was similar to his father's: a light car is a fast car. However, McPahan Junior took this idea very much to its extreme, making cars so light and fast that they became outright dangerous. The McPahan car become quicker and quicker, but as it did it got more and more susceptible to massive failures until the inevitable happened when a young driver lost his life in a domestic grand prix in 1974. Four more drivers would die before 1977, when the team were banned for five years for failure to adequately protect their pilots. Returning in 1980 after an appeal, McPahan continued to flirt with controversy throughout the eighties, pioneering the now-banned ground effect system in their cars - a system that allowed for fantastic cornering speeds on dry, even surfaces, and catastrophic accidents were one of those two conditions to be taken away. McPahan were domestic constructors champions eight times in ten years, but lost a further four drivers to death and countless others to injury in the process, including one Johan Johanson, the team's current race director.

Increased safety regulations throughout the 1990s largely stifled Linco McPahan Junior's more creative attempts at sabotaging his drivers' safety in return for a few more joules of power out his engines, until the team ceased competing at the highest domestic levels in 2003.

McPahan's return wouldn't come until 2010, fielding a strong team in the domestic FA1 formula in a car that was still occasionally dangerous. Rumours began to fly that their return was actually in preparation for a move up to the international scene, and the move happened in 2013 as McPahan registered two cars for the twelfth season of the World Grand Prix Championship.

McPahan Racing exploded onto the WGPC scene almost literally in season twelve, buoyed by two talented drivers in Roger Bunn and Alec Lund. The team started slowly in terms of reliability - Bunn often found himself at the head of the grid albiet without much of a chance come the seventy-lap raceday - but grew into the season and ended up with Alexander Lund winning the world championship in the debut season for both driver and car. Linco McPahan Junior's first season as the boss of a truly international racing team would also be his last, however, as he met his untimely demise during the Falcanian grand prix when one of his car's 'spontaneously exploded' with him sitting on top of it, according to the story coming from the McPahan garage.

New owner Stanley McPahan - nephew of Linco - had a more safety-oriented approach to the car and forged an amicable relationship with the two drivers that helped, in part, the Lund to take home the world championship that year.

Season 13 of the WGPC saw McPahan finish third in a car that was infinitely more reliable than the preceding one, but that didn't quite have the pace of those around it. It's worth noting that McPahan took home as many race wins and scored more points than they did the previous season, but were pipped at the post in both the drivers' and constructors' championships to end the season empty handed.

The team return this year with sights firmly set on the constructor's championship.

* Those familiar with Audioslavia might be confused as to why I'm mentioning the year 1970 when, currently, Audioslavia is in the early 2200s in terms of the year. The answer is simple: With regards to motor-racing, we use a different calendar. Whatever the current OOC is is considered the IC year, and all preceding IC years are taken in relation to the current year. We're referring to this season as happening in 2016, but next season (which may start in late 2016, this season will be referred to as happening in 2015. It's basically a massive handwave.

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Postby Hodori Motorsports » Sat Feb 06, 2016 10:24 pm

NAME: Asao Nadakei
GENDER: Male
NATIONALITY: Hodoran
TRIGRAM: HDR
NUMBER: 55
ABILITY: 2.2/2.1/1.7
BIO: At 44 years old, Nadakei is one of the oldest drivers on the WGPC grid but shows no sign of slowing down. A pilot in Formula Hodori since the age of 22, he played a significant contributory role in Dekijika's recent domination of Hodori's highest level domestic open-wheel championship as part of their factory team.

As Nadakei is a driver for Dekijika's works team, he is unlikely to sign for any others.
NAME OF CIRCUIT: Yakumicha Circuit
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CITY/TOWN: Yakumicha
COUNTRY: Hodori
NAME OF GRAND PRIX: Grand Prix of Hodori
TRACK RATING: 4/6
QUALIFYING TYPE: Two-tier
LAP RECORD: 1:26.973 [A. Mayari - Scuderia Fuoco e Ghiaccio, WGPC13 Qualifying]
LENGTH OF ONE LAP: 5.257km

A relatively new circuit constructed outside Yakumicha in Hodori's Toudekan prefecture. Nestled in a scenic valley, Yakumicha circuit consists of a 3.257km National Circuit and a 1.962km Junior Circuit, conjoined to form the 5.257km Grand Prix circuit.

Access to the circuit is primarily through public transit, with dedicated rail and bus lines connecting the facility to Yakumicha and Jechiru. Additional road lines allow access from the village of Yegitou.

To meet the regulation distance of 305km, the Grand Prix at Yakumicha is run to 59 laps.

A Lap of the Grand Prix Circuit
Starting from the grid, drivers will first climb six meters from the starting line and pit exit to the crest at the entry of First Corner, before dropping 52 meters through the downhill First, Esses, and WhiteRock Corners. Taking the Shameimaru Chicane, the track will descend another 3 meters to join the Junior Circuit at the exit of 50R.

Climbing over 16 meters from 85R to the peak at the middle of 90R, drivers will then drop 14 meters as they run down the Junior Back Straight to the chicane of 55R, 25R, and 45R. Racing down the Junior Grid Straight at a slight downward grade, the track starts to dive more sharply past the Junior Pit Exit into the Valley Corner, with its middle third — and the lowest point of the circuit — 6 meters below the corner entry.

Climbing out of Valley to 30R, drivers will take the hairpin to rejoin the National circuit at Turn 17. From Turn 17, drivers will climb over 50 meters up the back straight and through the Hairpin, HIEDA, West Chicane, and Final Corners. Out of Final Corner and past the start of the DRS zone at pit entry, drivers will have returned to the starting elevation.
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TEAM NAME: ENSADRINK GP Team Dekijika-Tarogama
RATING: 3.8/4.3/3.9
TEAM PRINCIPAL: Nechiru Seozamo
HEADQUARTERS: Dashoze, Hodori
RACING COLOURS: ENSADRINK Red and Gold

An alliance of convenience between Hodoran rivals Dekijika Automotive and Tarogama Motors entering its second and final year. The chassis, most of the team's funding, and general organisation of the team is Dekijika's domain, with Tarogama supplying and maintaining the engines and pulling in additional funding with their traditional motorsports partner ENSADRINK.
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Participation:
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| WGPC13 -- WGPC18 |
| NSCS1 -- NSCS4 |

Hosting:
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WGPC13 WDC runner up: Asao Nadakei
NSSCRA2 runner up; NSSCRA3, NSSCRA4 Champion; Milliken Invitational Winner: Lien Murakami

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Postby The Sword Bloke » Sun Feb 07, 2016 12:06 am

May as well do this, seems pretty cool.

NAME: Marcus Melton
GENDER: Male
NATIONALITY: The Sword Bloke
TRIGRAM: TSB
NUMBER: 00
ABILITY: 3/2.1/2.3
BIO: Marcus is one of the more unique Swordean personalities you can find around. The 27 year old Melton is more renowned for his work as a famous DJ, having many Swordean #1 hits with other artists like Shop Owner and his brother, Marcus. However, his career started on the Swordean driving scene. Marcus has been racing since he was 20, and he has twice won the Swordean Driver of the Year award. An ambassador for the öwnercær brand, Melton has slowed down as for his driving with his rising DJ career, but will be returning to the spotlight in the 14th WGPC season, the first for öwnercær.


TEAM NAME: öwnercær-racing
RATING: 3.9/4/3.3
HEADQUARTERS: Kawaka Valley, The Sword Bloke
RACING COLOURS: Red & Black
IBS Ranking: 16th
KPB Ranking: 80th
WBC Ranking: 44th
IBC Ranking: 27th
WCOH Ranking: 21st
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Postby Eastfield Lodge » Sun Feb 07, 2016 1:18 pm

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NAME OF GRAND PRIX: Grand Prix of the Imperial Commonwealth
Qualifying type: Two-Tier
TRACK RATING (Ag/TD): 5/5
LAP RECORD: 1:21.982 - Matt Hingis (WGPC13, McPahan Racing)
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Description:Located a few minutes from one of the biggest cities in Eastfield Lodge in both sporting and population terms, Mount Salt Raceway is a relatively new (less than 15 years old) purpose-built circuit, and became the show-piece event for every domestic motorsport calendar. The track is a blend of quite a few high speed corners and long straights - the kilometre long pit straight is one of the longest in Eastfield Lodge - but there also plenty of slow corners to test the cars and the drivers.

Starting just after the halfway point of the start-finish straight, the tight first corner is far enough away for the field to spread slightly, but needs precision to carry speed up the hill to the second corner, where the drivers will find a mirror image of the first corner. A short straight before we reach the Turn 3 hairpin, where the prevailing wind can scatter a fine layer of salt, originating from a salt plain near the mountains, over the corner.

Passing through the chicane (Turns 4 and 5), we come to the hardest section of the circuit; a long climb up the hill on a long left hander, before taking a sharp left at Turn 7. The combination of the hill and the wall close to the inside of the track results in drivers being more or less blind until the last moment before turning, making for some good action for crowd to watch. The wall on the exit of 7 is a recent addition, and yet another crowd favourite.

The track then levels out as the drivers take two right handers at Turns 8 and 9, before taking the long right hander at Turn 10 back down the hill and braking hard for turn 11. Little braking needed for Turn 12, and then it's down another hill, before reaching the Turn 13/14 chicane before the pit entry and the last corner, after which it's a 0.5 km sprint to the finish line.

Usually, the weather in the region is pretty dry and sunny, often with a stiff breeze as noted above - that WGPC13's race weekend took place nearly entirely in the wet was a bit of an anomaly.

Note: Where there isn't a gravel pit or a wall indicated, you can assume it's a tarmac run-off for the corners and grass/turf for the straights.

NAME: Victoria Gardner
GENDER: Female
NATIONALITY: Eastfield Lodge
TRIGRAM: EFL
NUMBER: 24
ABILITY (Aggression/Technique/Reliability): 2/2/2
BIO: One of the cleverer and more calculating drivers from Eastfield Lodge, the 27 year old matured significantly since making her bow as a test driver in WGPC12 for the ill-fated MSA-SinVal team. Back then, she was extremely reliable, but this came at a cost of outright pace. Since then however, she developed her driving skills even further, winning both seasons in the top level of domestic racing (FICEL-1) during the hiatus of the WGPC, before returning for the Scuderia Fuoco e Ghiaccio team from Nekoni alongside home hero Alexandra Mayari. It was a partnership that struggled severely at the start, with Victoria scoring the team's sole point in the first four races courtesy of bringing the car home in last in a retirement-ridden race in Crossport (her first ever WGPC point). Things came to a head before the fourth race when their team principal Christian Fatali was effectively relieved of command following on assault on Mayari, and things started turning at that point, as Victoria finished 2nd in race 6 in The Glorious Han Empire, and then again in race 7 in Eastfield Lodge, a proud moment for the Port Lodgertia resident; a third podium followed in Vermark. An 8th in Drayfill, Liventia, put the brakes on her sudden rise up the table, but the surprise results in race 10 in San Jose Guayabal, and another third-place finish, moved Victoria within 11 points of the Drivers' Championship lead, with her team topping the Constructors' table to boot. Mayari's home win in Nekoni opened up the gap again, leaving Victoria with just an outside shot, but she kept her cool and played her part to get consistent high point finishes, and ended up 4th in the Drivers' table, with Scuderia Fuoco e Ghiaccio winning the Constructors' title.

Victoria is also considered one the more attractive sportswomen in the Imperial Commonwealth, it's a minor miracle that she's managed to hide most of her personal life from public view, but she recently got married to a childhood friend, and her calm and modest manner is used as an example to all.More background info.

TEAM NAME:MSA-SinVal Racing
RATING (Acceleration/Cornering/Reliability): 3.8/3.7/4.5
HEADQUARTERS: Mount Salt City, Eastfield Lodge
Racing Colours: Green, White and Blue

BIO: One of the worst teams in WGPC history is hoping to make its return. Inspired by the successful reformation of Victoria Gardner, and the arrival of international motorsport to Eastfielder shores in last season's WGPC, MSA-SinVal look to make try and dispel the ghosts of the past.

The team's only appearance was in WGPC12, but their pre-season testing was plagued by multiple reliability issues with the car, and because of that, they didn't really have time to search for drivers. Their resultant car was extremely reliable, but that came at the cost of race pace, and as it transpired, it was too high a cost. As for drivers, they believed they got a decent coup when they signed Lukas Forbes of Licentiapacisterra, alongside speed-freak and crash-magnet Eastfielder Louis Krindle, with Victoria Gardner as test driver. But Forbes more or less set the tone for the season ahead by crashing into the back of an old adversary of his in the very first practice session of the first weekend. Nonetheless, Krindle did battle hard and get the team's first point that weekend, and then three more the next. However, no points in next few races meant that by the first in-season test session, the team were 10th out of 12 on just 4 points, 25 points behind 9th and only ahead of the two WGPC works teams.

Things didn't really pick up from there either, constantly placing in the bottom throes of every practice session and qualifying session, and subsequently struggling to get points. And by race 9 in Paradystopia, it had all gone to pot, as Lukas has begun drowning the sorrows of his horror season in drink, and his temper came to a head when he got involved in a fight with team principal Matthew Trytin. That may have been a catalyst, as that race, Forbes got a point in tenth, whilst Krindle surprised everybody by finishing third to get back ahead of one of the WGPC works teams. A couple more points finishes followed for Krindle, but it wasn't enough as the team finished 10th out of 12, with a grand total of 23 points from 12 races.
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Postby Nekoni » Mon Feb 08, 2016 12:59 pm

TEAM NAME: Scuderia Fuoco e Ghiaccio
RATING: (4/3/5)
TEAM PRINCIPAL: Francesco Rabandt
HEADQUARTERS: Neocastella, Nekoni
RACING COLOURS: Metallic silver (#e0e0e0), orange (#ffaa00) and Nekoni blue (#1884ba)
LIVERY:
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BIO: At the beginning of the championship, no sane person would have put money on the FeG-Maelstrom of Fire and Ice. Languishing in last, the team derided by almost every media facet, the principal humiliated by his arrest and expulsion from the WGPC. However, a new principal, and a shift in the team dynamic, and the changes were near-instant. Over the next few races, Mayari and Gardner dug in their heels and finally got the performances to score the points. And how: the team rose up the rankings, taking the reins at the top of the table. The continued strong performances of both drivers led the team to take the title by 20 points over the McPahans in their maiden season.

This year is no year for SFeG to rest on their laurels. With an engine producing 970hp, a 0-62 time of 2.07 and a top speed pushing 230mph, the team presents FeGII-Tenebrae. Challengers welcome.


NAME: Alexandra Mayari
AGE: 26
GENDER: Female (half-cat)
NATIONALITY: Nekonian
NUMBER: 1
TRIGRAM: NEK
ABILITY: 2/2/2
BIO: The last year was the proving year for Alexandra, the flame-haired driver for SFeG. After the first four races of the season, the team was at the bottom of the table. Mayari had yet to score, Gardner pulling in a sorry solitary point from Audioslavia...and she had been publicly punched in the face by a whiskey-absorbed Christian Fatali. On the verge of quitting early, the team put their faith into a new principal, the mild-mannered yet determined Patrice Minna, and it was through him that Alex found out exactly what she could do with the car.

Even though the car was virtually the same as the one she spent much of the early season ploughing into walls, she grew braver, stronger, and faster than ever before, which was proven by a shock podium finish at the demanding Haishang International Circuit. This was the catalyst for the comeback story of a lifetime. A curbstomp win at Drayfill and another podium at Guayabal sent her to ten points of the lead. The following race, a dramatic win at her native track, sent her to the top of the pile. A rare blip at Yttribia set the scene for a three-way battle for the trophy at at season-ender in Hodori. Nadakei would do as expected and win on home ground, but Alex managed to get on the podium, and that was enough for a one point win.

The off-season was exhilerating. She had expected to enjoy a couple of months in the shade, however, it's amazing how much being the champion can eat into your free time. An initial explosion of media work meant that she barely had time to lie down before another TV or radio op was in the pipeline. It was tiring, but amazingly, she loved it. Having spent her life as a more reclusive type, it was nice to let her hair down and just have fun, and the public loved her.

However, once the initial burst ran out, Alex could finally get back to earth. She took two months R&R at her new home, still in Marina Point, overlooking her favourite circuit, but no longer a simple hotel room - for her ₲400m, she just wanted some gates to keep the cameras away from her 24/7, a racing simulator to keep her skills in check, and a gym to shave away a few pounds she might have gained on during her media storm, and anything else was a bonus.

Back for more, Alex wants to double down on her success last year. After winning both championships, the only way she can improve is by doing it better than before.


NAME OF CIRCUIT: Nekoni International Circuit
CITY/TOWN: Marina Point
COUNTRY: Nekoni
NAME OF GRAND PRIX: Grand Prix of Nekoni
TRACK RATING: (6.5/3.5)
QUALIFYING: Two-tier
LAP RECORD: 1'42.980 (Alexander Lund, WGPC13)
LENGTH OF ONE LAP: 6.247km (3.882mi)

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The sun and sea of the Marina Point coastline sets the scene for the third entry of Nekoni's premier motorsports venue to WGPC. The circuit, currently in its 20th anniversary year, awaits to be another pivotal race in the calendar. The circuit is unchanged from its previous incarnation, following the positive reaction to the circuit's debut. The circuit may be one of the easiest on the calendar to finish, however the dramatic changes in height and the overtaking opportunities ensure that the racing doesn't let up. The key to a good lap time is in The Sling, a long, fast triple-apex left that rewards brave drivers with a full-speed blast down to the coast.

Lap overview courtesy of 13, October episode of The Paddock (NTR1): Link
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Postby Schiavonia » Mon Feb 08, 2016 2:44 pm

NAME: Reni Sanderson
GENDER: Male
NATIONALITY: SchiavonIa
TRIGRAM: SCV
NUMBER: 46
ABILITY: (0.5/2.5/3)
BIO: For seven generations, the Sanderson family have been playing football for Schiavonia. So when the eighth generation came along, it seemed natural that Reni would be a natural choice to fit into the Sloths midfield. However, as the Sanderson kids grew up, it soon became apparent that Reni's younger sister Jenny was the better player. This left Reni in an awkward position - not good enough for international football, but wanting to continue the sporting traditions of the family. Reni moved to Audioslavia in his late teens to chase a new dream - to fulfil a need for speed. Starting out karting and then into junior formula, Reni found that driving was something he... well, he wasn't too bad at it. And so now - perhaps a little before many experts think he is ready - he is looking to get started on the international stage. Whether or not any teams will take a risk to go with a Schaivone driver remains a mystery - Schiavones tend to be quite placid in their relationship with others, and that comes across in Reni's driving, often politely giving up places or lacking the nerve to go for more audacious moves. However, he rarely crashes and the technical aspects of his driving are developing well.

Oh, did we mention that Reni Sanderson comes with a 12 million wield sponsorship deal with Visit Schiavonia? It's not bribery, but it could help a smaller team keep running.
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Postby Aels » Tue Feb 09, 2016 11:43 am

After finishing dead last in the constructors' standings last season, Clockwork Racing are taking some time out from the sport to develop their car to a more competitive level.

Aels will put forward a circuit. Trac Rasio Drefhil has been overlooked this year in favour of a newer, more modern circuit in southern Aels.

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NAME OF CIRCUIT: Western Route Circuit
CITY/TOWN: Watersedge
COUNTRY: Aels
NAME OF GRAND PRIX: Grand Prix of Aels
TRACK RATING: Ag 6.2/Tc 3.8
QUALIFYING TYPE: Two-stage
LAP RECORD: 1:26.127 by a Clockwork Racing WGPC13 car
LENGTH OF ONE LAP: 5.400 km
BIO: The second purpose-built motor racing circuit in Aels and the first in the southern strip of the country, the Western Route Circuit is located just outside Watersedge.

It is officially named for the M-D21 motorway, the 'Western Route', which links Watersedge with the towns of Chilcompchester and Brackendale and backs onto the eastern end of the Circuit.

Unlike the Drayfill circuit, the turns at Watersedge are not named, and simply known by their corner number. There are 16 turns on the course, with the following barriers: gravel trap at turn 1; tyre wall at turns 2/3; hard wall at turn 4; tyre wall at turns 5/9; gravel trap at turns 6/7; asphalt run-off at turn 8 (for safety, to allow cars to re-join at turn 10); gravel trap at turn 12; tyre wall at turns 13/14/15; asphalt run-off at turn 16 (for safety, due to proximity to pits).

The circuit is fast, with sectors one and three offering the greatest opportunities for aggressive driving and overtaking. Sector two is the technical part of the lap, and includes two hairpin turns (8 and 9) and two chicanes (10 and 11).

Sector three also features a chicane, at turn 13, and a slow corner 15, but that leads onto a long back straight and the final corner taken at fifth gear before the main start/finish straight.
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Postby Liventia » Tue Feb 09, 2016 5:43 pm

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NAME OF CIRCUIT: Talbott Autodrome
CITY/TOWN: Talbott
COUNTRY: Liventia
NAME OF GRAND PRIX: Liventia Airways Grand Prix of Liventia
TRACK RATING: (3/7)
QUALIFYING: Traditional
LAP RECORD: 1:40.071
LENGTH OF ONE LAP: 6.239 km
BIO: Coming down the start-finish straight from turn 21, drivers build up a fair amount of speed before braking for a tight section that comprise turns 1 and 2. Turn 2 is a second-gear right-hander leading onto a technical section of esses up through turn 6, where the first intermediate is located. This is a section not taken at above fourth gear.

Turn 6 is a smooth left-hander onto a very short straight before a sharp hairpin at turn 7, which leads into one of the faster sections of the circuit. Turn 8 is a fifth-gear right hander before a sharp breaking point at turn 9 which is a second-gear corner. A small 'S' later and we're onto a section of the track with three quick chicanes in a row, which leads to another hairpin at 14.

14 through 16 is a fairly quick section, but 16 is another hairpin. From here onwards it's almost totally flat-out with a nice, long straight leading up to the quick left-right combination of 18 and 19 before a last hairpin at 20 leads back onto the main straight.
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Postby Nekoni » Wed Feb 10, 2016 2:01 pm

After having a few requests for tracks to be made, I might as well publicly announce that,if the WGPC are still OK with it, Nekoni's premier track designers shall be available to make track graphics if your nation requires them.

(Although I'd like it if you gave me appropriate credit when you use them :))
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Mattijana
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Postby Mattijana » Sat Feb 13, 2016 1:58 am

Mattijanan Circuit Signup

Kopylov InternazionRing. (Kopylov International Circuit)
Location: 3 km outside of Kranjagrad, 20 miles outside the main city of Burges.
Country: Mattijana
Name of Grand Prix: Grand Prix tsa Mattijana
Qualifying Type: Two-stage
Length: 5.123 km (3.183 miles)
Race distance: 60 laps
Track Rating: Ag: 5.9/Tc 4.1
Lap record: 1:43.561 (Mattijana Racing Team test car)
Longest straight: 1.3 km

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Bio:
The Kopylov circuit is Mattijana's oldest purpose-built racing circuit and the second oldest layout used for competitive racing behind the Petrovijanka street circuit. Built near the village of Kranjagrad in the outskirts if Mattijana's second city, Burges, the track is well-connected to train and bus routes and is not far from Burges' international airport. The track is located where the large Burges flat joins the small group of hills known as the Rekvadas collection meaning the first half of the lap slopes upwards before turning back downhill leading into the final corner and the flat pit straight.

Despite more recent safety upgrades and renovations, the centre has retained most of its origional stands, which offer superb views of the circuit, especially due to the inclines around the circuit offering natural banks to place stands on. The pit building has also been retained with a fresh coat of paint and spruced up interior making it a suitable contrast between nostalgia and modern practicality.

It's mixture of straights, twisty sections and more sweeping turns means it tests all parts of a car and makes car setup an interesting dilemma come race day whilst the slopes and inclines also play their part in interfering with the car's balance during a lap.

Run off generally depends on slope with uphill sections having largely tarmac runoff with small gravel traps close to the barrier whilst downhill sections have a smaller amount of tarmac and large gravel traps to slow cars with more momentum in smaller spaces. The only tight barrier is on the exit if turn 13, but is a well-engineered absorbtion barrier and should protect drivers if needed, which it probably will be. In fact, despite a total of well over 100 collisions with this wall, the most serious injury ever sustained was a broken elbow.

The lap begins with a long run down to the breaking zone at the Čaluka hairpin which represents the main overtaking opportunity on the circuit. After exiting, the drivers must negotiate a left hand kink and drive steeply uphill around one of the Rekvadas before the track flattens out and goes into a tight left-right chicane. After that, the track continues upwards towards turn 5, a 90° right hander that immediately leads into another looser right hander.
A good exit from that section is key as the track immediately goes downhill for a longer period of time towards the Hollesbirjke turn, named due to it's similarity to a turn at the country's main alpine sliding centre. This turn is a big test of both a driver and a car's turning ability and once again, exit speed is key as the track once again slopes upwards towards turn 8, another long and flowing hairpin.
Another long downhill section leads into another very good overtaking opportunity into the 9/10 chicane which continues down into a tighter hairpin at turn 11. Any indication of the track slowing down is however vanquished, as drivers are encouraged to drive flat out through a high speed chicane with a barrier tight to the exit.
The track then goes into the slowest corner on the track-a tight right hand hairpin before a straight and than a flowing right hander finish the lap.


Full list of corner names:

1: Čaluka hairpin (named after the hill it's situated under).
2: Čaluka sling (commonly known as the sling).
3/4: Vischkolcha (Fishook chicane).
5: De Šumma (The summit, named because it is the highest point on the circuit).
6: Da Ausfleck (literally translates as 'the flick out').
7: Hollesbirjke (named after Mattijana's famous alpine sliding centre).
8-9: De Sava (the river: named due to it's flowing nature).
10: Erstglaub (named as it is the first time cars can be seen from the pit straight after turn 2).
11: Ezelhöchlas (cliffhanger, named as it's run off is on an artificial platform to deal with the steep slope).
12/13: Wasserkirjke (The waterslide).
14: Da Lebjalupe (survival loop, named as it comes after the most risky turn on the circuit at turn 13).
15: Kranjagrad (named after the village this part of the circuit is closest to).


(Many thanks to Nekoni for the circuit diagram)
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Postby Krytenia » Sat Feb 13, 2016 7:54 pm

TEAM NAME: Cygnus Aston-Tickford Racing (Cygnus ATR)
RATING: (A/C/R) 4/3/5
TEAM OWNER: Andrew Swann
TEAM PRINCIPAL: Michael Dewhurst

HEADQUARTERS: Tickford Technology Centre, Ousevale, Krytenia
RACING COLOURS: Orange and navy blue
BIO: After the drama surrounding the team's takeover by Cygnus Technologies and subsequent sacking of Madesene racer Enu Noel, the team have been working hard at the TTC. The new car has been designed completely from scratch, with Cygnus involved in everything from aero design (using state-of-the-art CAD technology) to engine management and ERS. Meticulous testing of these elements has led to a car - the C1 - that looks to be fast and reliable. The only issue appears to be how the C1 will cope with mechanical grip; ironically, this was the forte of the A13 car it will be replacing.

Cygnus ATR are expected to retain the services of Esteban Guilhermez for next season; Guayabalense driver Moisés Delgado has been tipped to remain as second driver, though no formal decisions have yet been made.

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NAME: Esteban Guilhermez
GENDER: Male
AGE: 21
NATIONALITY: Krytenian
TRIGRAM: KRY
NUMBER: 29
ABILITY (A/T/R - just a coincidence!): 1/3/2

BIO: A development driver who won the Formula Tickford series in Krytenia concurrent. Guilhermez isn't the flash, boy-racer type, but rather gets his kicks from feeling his way around the nuances of the car. This technical driving style earned him much respect from the ATR team last year, as his ability to feed back useful information during practice helped the team get the most out of a somewhat average car.


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NAME OF CIRCUIT: Argentring
CITY/TOWN: Noton (actually Platton, which is a village; Noton is the nearest town of any significant size)
COUNTRY: Krytenia
NAME OF GRAND PRIX: Grand Prix of Krytenia
TRACK RATING: (5/5)
QUALIFYING: Two-Tier
LAP RECORD: 1m 28.385s (Esteban Guilhermez, ATR, WGPC 13 Testing)
LENGTH OF ONE LAP: 4.160km
DESCRIPTION: A nice mix of wide track and tricky corners, the Argentring has been the premier venue of Krytenia's domestic racing scene for many years. After some upgrades prior to WGPC13, the circuit is ready for the world to take it on this season. Let's take a little trip around.

Your tour starts at Heath Chicane. The tight third gear right-hander will sort out the men from the boys at the cars scream down the start-finish straight ; if you can find a line to overtake here, the left-hander that follows can be taken at acceleration speed. A nice zoom along the straight brings you to the test of bravery that is Redwater - dare you go flat out at close to 170mph, or do you play it safe and lift? Either way, you'll be slowing down for the left-right kink of the Gatehouse Chicane. Next up is The Spit. This will test neck muscles as the drivers tap the brakes for the first part of the corner, then mash the throttle as the turn unwinds into the Auld Runway back straight.

The so called "Stadium Section" is next; The Farm Chicane is a brake tester, whilst Paddock, Newell, and Beveridge are all nice wide turns with plenty of chance to overtake. The Esses, meanwhile, have been the scene of many a crash as the open, winding turns give the illusion of more space than there actually is. Check your wing mirrors. Hard on the brakes through the Point hairpin, as cars used to 150mph+ speeds are forced to slow to around forty.

The final sector starts with the tricky double-apex right-hander at R2. It's speed versus gravity as the cars go uphill to the tight right-left at the Hill Chicane, over the crest and downhill through the slightly misnomered Crest Corner (which is actually on the downhill slope). A nice sweeping downhill corner - Sweepdown - takes us back to level ground and the finish line.
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Signup for TIAOA, Henry and the Jestorian Racing Team (JES)

Postby Jestoria » Sun Feb 14, 2016 6:47 am

Signup for driver:

NAME: Henry TIAOA
GENDER: Male
NATIONALITY: Jestorian
TRIGRAM: JES
NUMBER: 5
AGE: 23

ABILITY:
Technique:1 (first)
Aggresion: 2 (second)
Reliability: 3 (third)

BIO:
The newbie Henry Tiaoa drives proudly for his nation Jestoria. After several months of hard training Henry is totally ready for the 14th Season of the World Grand Prix Championship.
Tiaoa, who is excited of the WGP was born in the capital city Port Vamosi. He began driving with seven years Go-Cart at his uncle's popular Go-Cart-Track "Vanayi", where he learned much about drifting and steering. When Tiaoa was 19 he got his first Cart and from there on he was almost everyday on the track to train.

Team signup:

TEAM NAME: Jestorian Racing Team (JES)
RATING: (Acceleration 4/Cornering 4/Reliability 4)
HEADQUARTERS: Port Vamosi, Republic Jestoria
RACING COLOURS: Orange and Blue
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Postby Amaryllisia » Sun Feb 14, 2016 10:07 am

Driver:

NAME: Xavier Jennings
GENDER: Male
NATIONALITY: Amaryllisian
TRIGRAM: AMR
NUMBER: 7
ABILITY: (1/3/2)
BIO: 22yo, Jennings has been involved in racing in Amaryllisia since age 17. This is his first year in the WGP.

Team:

TEAM NAME: Amracing
RATING: (5/2/2)
HEADQUARTERS: Bismarck, Amaryllisia
RACING COLOURS: Orange, Black
BIO:
Amaryllisia, sad loner in the region of Sonora.

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Postby Liventia » Mon Feb 15, 2016 3:35 am

I smell an undeclared puppet.
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Postby Amaryllisia » Mon Feb 15, 2016 12:04 pm

Liventia wrote:I smell an undeclared puppet.

Huh?
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