RPM League at JustRace!
Join RPM League for some championship racing in Automobilista 2! The next event is on Thursday, September 28, 2023 from 7:45 PM UTC with Roco 001 | P3 at Laguna Seca 2020.
Event: RPM Time To Roc Round 4 | Community Championship
Round: 4 of 6
Championship: RPM Time To Roc | Community Championship
JustRace: A 100% free platform created by sim fans for sim fans!
The JustRace systems promote and encourage fair and competitive racing. 100% Free for Drivers and Communities with no adverts! Simply choose your favourite sim, track and car and get racing.
We're sim-racing enthusiast so feel free to get in touch if you have questions. For the most rapid response please contact a "JustRace Founder" via Discord.
Remaining Events in the RPM Time To Roc | Community Championship Championship
What We Offer
JustRace offers a championship manager. Once a championship is created, you can then create race schedules linked to this championship. Results are automatically assigned and points calculated.
JustRace offers a server manager which can installed on multiple servers to manage AC, ACC, AMS1, AMS2, R3E and RF2. Dedicated servers will automatically start and stop according to the planned schedule and results are automatically uploaded and processed.
Admins can create schedules for one off or repeated events. These can be part of a championship or stand-alone. Drivers can then view all upcoming events and also register to any of them. Events can be locked down with various options.
Results are auto uploaded by JustRace Server Manager and viewable on the portal. Various statistics are created and one can view all session data and compare the lap times or even check for world records! Results linked to a championship are also automatically scored.
JustRace has it's own Ratings and Safety engine. With each uploaded result they are automatically calculated and users can view their progress or search for other users to compare their data. Ratings and safety can also used to lock down events for specified levels.
Admins can create a community and manage all events linked to this community. A community can get their own sub-domain and the portal offers filtering by community for ease of use. Discord can also be linked to a community to lock down registrations.