Basic info and calendar
Welcome to the first Exiled Civic Cup sponsored by Uncle Lukes Sign & Sticker Shop.
This League will be held over 8 Round with each round consisting of 2 x 20min races with 2nd race a full reverse grid.
The car being used is the Honda Civic Cup EP3, This is a fun and very forgiving car to drive which should generate nice close racing.
- Silverstone National National – May 17th
- Brands Hatch Indy – May 24th
- Ebisu Higashi -May 31st
- Mills – April 7th
- Salzburgring – April 14th
- Zandvoort – April 21st
- Snetterton 300 – April 28th
- Tsukbu -June 5th
Race details and downloads
Welcome to Exiled first Civic Cup League Proudly sponsored by Uncle Lukes Sign & Sticker Shop
Each Race Event consits of…
1 hr open Lobby Practice lobby opens 19:00GMT
2 Races These will be 20mins + 1 lap l
This will a full reversal for race 2
All tracks downloads/car download and templates can be downloaded from links below
Track Pack Download
1, There is a standard sunvisor that has to be used only number can be changed but rest left as it is as this has our league sponsor on.
Template file for visor below…..
2, Front and rear number plates have to be displayed with league/sponsor decals and have to be in correct position.
Template below with these decals added please do not modify this group decals or move.
All Skins to be sent to Justin Wellbelove via Facebook or Discord
No Password is required to join server as once signed up you will be given access to server
Assetto Corsa Mods Required
Content Manger required
Crew Chief (Recommended)
It’s recommended you join the Discord voice channel.
Helicorsa is a great app to use and highly recommended can be found on racedepartment
Exiled are please to announce this league is being supported by Uncle Lukes Sign & Sticker Shop.
Uncle Lukes carries out lots of different work from full car wraps to the smallest of custom stickers.
Luke Allen the owner also takes part in the BARC Saloon Championship with his very own Honda Civic and has been very successful, Uncle Lukes also sponsores and supports this real life series.
Uncle Lukes kindly offered to supply winning plaques for the top 3 drivers of the championship. I am also in talks for maybe a few other smaller prizes aswell
We expect drivers to be careful during the start of the race, especially during the first lap. Reckless driving will not be tolerated and those causing incidents during the start of the race will be punished.
The admins will never restart a race because a huge pileup has occurred in Turn 1.
Any race restart will be done at the discretion of the admin(s).
Passing and contact
It is the overtaking driver who has the responsibility of making the pass without making contact.
In general if the overtaking car is well alongside (more than 50%) at the turn in point, then it has the right of the line and the overtaken car should abide and ensure enough room for the pass to happen.
Failure to get the car alongside by the turn in point will mean that the car in front has the right of line and you should back off and ensure no contact happens. The car in front may decide to leave you room, but you can not count on it. Any contact will likely be the responsibility of the overtaking car.
If a pass is made when contact with the car/s is severe enough to push the overtaken car off-line or off-track -or spin, to lose the position-, for example because you overcooked the corner and were not able to stop the car, you will need to concede the position. Failure to do so will be penalised.
Defending drivers are asked not to block. Generally, the one movement across the track rule is standard – but if the block causes the driver to move off track, that will warrant a penalty.
What is a block? – When you drive across the track with the intention of stopping the car behind from overtaking you. It may or involve making contact with the other driver.
How can we tell the difference between a push-to-pass and a block? – It is the overtaking driver’s responsibility to ensure they can get past the driver ahead cleanly. As repeated above, if you make contact causing the defending driver to bounce off-line or off-track – or spin, you will be penalised.