BUSR GT Winter Championship

Assetto Corsa Competizione

Shakedown Race - 10th Oct

8  Main Events starting 12th Oct:

6 Sprint - 30m w/o stop then 60 w/ stop
2 Endurance - 2h24m - Ending approx 10pm



British University Sim Racing welcomes you to the 2020 GT Winter Championship. For the first time, race other students at all levels skills, in a variety of events and classes! Be sure to join the BUSR discord at http://busr.gg/discord for information on all events as well as details about this championship.

The BUSR GT Winter Championship consists of 8 events, one per week starting on the 12th of October:

  1. Nurburgring - 12th October
  2. Monza - 19th October
  3. Barcelona - 26th October
  4. Paul Ricard (Enduro - Simulated 6hrs) - 2nd November
  5. Misano - 9th November
  6. Zandvoort - 16th November
  7. Spa-Francorchamps -  23rd November
  8. Silverstone (Enduro - Simulated 12hrs) - 30th November

BUSR GT Winter Championship is a NSE affiliate tournament so addition to other prizes this tournament awards British University Esports Championship Points.


Registration and Eligibility:
Only current students are allowed to participate


Only cars that have competed in the GT World Challenge Europe 2019 Series is eligible to compete. 


This consists of: 

-          AMR V8 Vantage GT3 

-          Audi R8 LMS EVO 

-          Bentley Continental GT3 2018 

-          BMW M6 GT3 

-          Ferrari 488 GT3 

-          Honda NSX GT3 

-          Lamborghini Huracan GT3 2018 

-          Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO 

-          Lexus RC F GT3 

-          McLaren 720S GT3 

-          Mercedes AMG GT3 

-          Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 2018 

-          Porsche 911 II GT3-R 2019 

If you attempt to enter with a car not in this list, you will not be allowed to compete. 


Custom Liveries:

-          Driver’s are only allowed to change their livery once per season

-          Profanity, explicit content, political messages or any other content deemed inappropriate by the stewards are not allowed on liveries


General Rules:

-          Drivers may not join the server once qualifying has started

-          Do not use the in-game chat once qualifying has started (all the way till the last driver finishes the race)

-          Only talk on voice chat for very important information. Saying “sorry” or moaning is not important and should be sorted out after the race

-          Respect everyone in a voice lobby and stop talking if the Race Director starts talking

-          Rage quitting will not be tolerated

-          Race Directors can ask drivers to retire if their internet connections are too bad

-          To be eligible for points at the end of the race drivers need to complete at least 75% of the number of laps the leader has completed

-          Drivers are expected to attend all races in the season

-          If you cannot attend a race, let the Race Director know at least 3 hours before the race

-          If you need to leave the league midway through for any reason please contact your Race Director


Racing Rules:

-          Drivers should always race cleanly and no contact with other drivers should be made at any time

-          Do not overtake too aggressively. Avoid contact at all costs

-          Defend cleanly. Actions such as excessive weaving will not be tolerated

-          At least 2 tyres should stay within track limits at all times

-          Do not impede other drivers hot laps during qualifying. Slower cars on a hot lap do not need to yield to the faster car

-          Using the in-game spotter, external Crew Chief and/or in-game proximity radar is highly encouraged to avoid collisions

-          If you go off track, only re-join in a manner that is safe and does not jeopardise another driver’s race

-          During qualifying, cars on a hot lap have priority on a car leaving the pits

-          During the race, cars leaving the pits have priority on a car on track

-          It is encouraged not to overtake in orange zones (will be discussed in briefings)

-          When a yellow flag is shown, slow down at proceed with caution through that sector

-          When a blue flag is shown, no defending is allowed. Only yield your position once the lapping car has started its overtaking move

-          Respect all flags and follow the instructions given by the game and Race Director(s)

-          Do not cross pit entry and exit lines when entering and exiting the pits respectively

-          Make sure to have your pit limiter key bound so you do not get penalised for speeding in the pits

-          During adverse weather or night running, drivers need to make sure that they have functioning rain and headlights

-          If you need to use the “Return to Garage” function, only do it when safely off the track on a runoff


Rules are not final and will be subject to change.

Last updated 20-09-2020 1700

Points Systems


1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Points 13 10 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Sprint 60m:


1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Points 38 28 23 19 16 13 10 7 4 2

Point for pole

1 Drop Week

Signups Close 9th October



Briefing - 6:45pm

Qualif Start - 7:00pm

Quali End - 7:15pm

3 min end of Quali

3 min grid

Date Race
12th October Nurburgring
19th October Monza
26th October Barcelona
2nd November Paul Ricard (Enduro - Simulated 6hrs)
9th November Misano
16th November Zandvoort
23rd November Spa-Francorchamps
30th November Silverstone (Enduro - Simulated 12hrs)