Welcome to Undiecar Championship season 9!

This season we are moving back to the loved Dallara IR05 Indycar (the DW12 wasn’t so popular) and doing more events with the Silverado 2013 NASCAR truck along with the Radical SR8. As always, all cars and tracked used are free on iRacing.

The championship will feature nine rounds, two of which will be held on ovals, with the best seven points scoring races to count. So if you miss a week, don’t like that weeks car/track or have a really bad day, you will still be able to have a good result at the end of the season.

Things to know

Division 2

Anyone with an iRating below 1800 (average of oval/road licenses) at the start of the season will be allowed to gain points in both the main championship and a Division 2 championship. Previous winners of an Undiecar Championship are automatically placed in Division 1. Divisions are calculated based on the official iRacing statistics from the day of the first race of the season (oval driver stats | road driver stats).

Awards

We will be sending out some small awards at the end of the season. Anyone who wins will need to send their postal address to receive their award. Awards include the following:

  1. Overall champion
  2. Division 2 champion
  3. Best crash of season

Championship

Pos Name Num Country Inc Pts
1 Sven Deml 43 Germany 99 351
2 Olivier Dean2 5 France 63 311
3 Steven Brumfield 45 Germany 81 292
4 Ryan Hellyer 27 New Zealand 13 221
5 Matt Fretwell 97 United Kingdom 40 220
6 Renzo A. Olivieri 93 Italy 15 195
7 Frank Oosterhuis 26 Netherlands 40 186
8 Thomas Lademann 14 Switzerland 40 159
9 Casper de Kort 4 Netherlands 36 153
10 Auke Haarsma (Div 2) 29 Netherlands 66 143
11 Connor Welsh (Div 2) 35 United Kingdom 52 138
12 Andreas Robertsson 25 Sweden 36 134
13 Andreas Stiefl 11 Germany 60 118
14 Bruno Le Doare 307 France 26 111
15 Matt Tempest 8 United Kingdom 59 109
16 Robert Witte (Div 2) 31 Netherlands 27 85
17 Andrew-Adair Saunders (Div 2) 4 Germany 48 71
18 Vincent Bluthenthal 22 United States 104 65
19 Justin Hess 37 United States 7 50
20 Aron Kertesz (Div 2) 76 Hungary 62 49
21 Nikolay Ladushkin 212 Russian Federation 7 48
22 James N Payne 63 United Kingdom 28 42
23 Henry Bennett 41 United Kingdom 20 38
24 Jan Hoffmann 25 Germany 29 36
25 Giovanni Coronin 171 Italy 56 35
26 Joshua Baird (Div 2) 26 United States 57 30
27 Nick Carty 17 Jamaica 13 29
28 Alaric van den Bos (Div 2) 72 Netherlands 41 29
29 Andrew Z Wood 32 United States 12 27
30 Mats Sjoblom (Div 2) 23 Sweden 45 25
31 Johnny Sykes (Div 2) 15 24 24
32 Richard Bell4 (Div 2) 17 Canada 22 21
33 Keith Calhoun (Div 2) 8 United States 7 18
34 Hartmut Glöckner (Div 2) 66 Germany 12 15
35 Steven Van Opstal 10 Belgium 14 14
36 Bruce Johnson (Div 2) 00 United Kingdom 64 11
37 Dave Dudley (Div 2) 25 15 6

Schedule

# Event FP1 Qual Race 1 Race 2
1 Indycars at Charlotte roval 19:40 GMT Tuesday
Mar 19th 2019
20:30 GMT Tuesday
Mar 19th 2019
20:40 GMT Tuesday
Mar 19th 2019
2 Radicals at Tsukuba 19:00 GMT Tuesday
Mar 26th 2019
20:35 GMT Tuesday
Mar 26th 2019
20:40 GMT Tuesday
Mar 26th 2019
21:20 GMT Tuesday
Mar 26th 2019
3 Trucks at Daytona road 18:40 GMT Tuesday
Apr 2nd 2019
19:30 GMT Tuesday
Apr 2nd 2019
19:40 GMT Tuesday
Apr 2nd 2019
4 Radicals at Summit Point 18:00 GMT Tuesday
Apr 16th 2019
19:35 GMT Tuesday
Apr 16th 2019
19:40 GMT Tuesday
Apr 16th 2019
20:20 GMT Tuesday
Apr 16th 2019
5 Trucks at Charlotte oval 18:40 GMT Tuesday
Apr 23rd 2019
19:35 GMT Tuesday
Apr 23rd 2019
19:40 GMT Tuesday
Apr 23rd 2019
6 Indycars at Tsukuba 18:40 GMT Tuesday
Apr 30th 2019
19:30 GMT Tuesday
Apr 30th 2019
19:40 GMT Tuesday
Apr 30th 2019
7 Trucks at Lime Rock 18:40 GMT Tuesday
May 14th 2019
19:30 GMT Tuesday
May 14th 2019
19:40 GMT Tuesday
May 14th 2019
8 Indycars at Michigan 18:40 GMT Tuesday
May 21st 2019
19:35 GMT Tuesday
May 21st 2019
19:40 GMT Tuesday
May 21st 2019
9 Radicals at Laguna Seca 18:00 GMT Tuesday
May 28th 2019
19:35 GMT Tuesday
May 28th 2019
19:40 GMT Tuesday
May 28th 2019
20:20 GMT Tuesday
May 28th 2019

Points system

At the conclusion of each race, the top finishers will score points towards the drivers championship, according to the following scale:

1st: 20 points
2nd: 18 points
3rd: 16 points
4th: 14 points
5th: 12 points
6th: 10 points
7th: 9 points
8th: 8 points
9th: 7 points
10th: 6 points
11th: 5 points
12th: 4 points
13th: 3 points
14th: 2 points
15th: 1 points

Bonus points will be awarded for pole position, fastest lap in each event, most laps led in each race and least incidents in each event (must not be more than one lap down on the leader of their class).

Allowed cars

NASCAR Chevrolet Silverado Truck circa 2013

The Chevrolet Silverado is at home on a wide variety of ovals, from tight half-mile bullrings, to super speedways and road courses. As you’d expect, as the lap length increases, so does the aero effect, making drafting a critical skill in this type of racing.

Radical SR8 V8

The Radical SR8 is a British sports car made by Radical Sportscars. Michael Verger broke the all-time production car lap record of the Nordschleife circuit on the Nürburgring in a Radical SR8 with a lap time of 6:48:28. It has a 2.6 L engine based on a Suzuki GXXR1300 engine, with a rev limit of 10500 rpm and 261 kW (350 HP) of power. The whole car only weighs 599 kg, leading to a very fast race car.

Dallara IR-05

The Dallara IR-05 Indycar is a free car, which all members of iRacing.com own. It became the de facto “spec car” in the Indycar series from 2007. The chassis was last used in the Indycar series in 2011 before being replaced with the DW12 which is still in use today. These cars are fast and fun.

A fixed setup will be used.