OBRL Truck Series – Wednesday 7:30 pm
NASCAR Camping World Chevrolet Silverado and Toyota Tundra – Fixed setups
License Requirement: Class D (2.0) to Class A (4.0) License
Practice: Opens @ 7:30 pm – 80 minutes
Drivers Meeting: 8:50 pm – 10 minutes
Qualifying: 9:00 pm – 2 Laps 10 minutes
Race Start: 9:10 pm
To participate in the race – required to be in practice by 8:30 pm
Fuel: Restricted 80%
Weather: iRacing Default
1 Fast Repair – 17 Incident Points – Road Courses
0 Fast Repair – 9 Incident Points – Oval Tracks
Starts: Go on Green w/Double File Restarts – Lapped at Back
Lucky Dog On
Marbles Auto-Cleaned During Cautions
Track Conditions – Practice Starting State 20% Rubber – Qualifying Carry Over – Race Carry Over
Marbles Auto-Cleaned During Cautions
IPL (incidents per lap) System
Starting with the roll out of the new 2020 seasons we will be implementing a new IPL (incidents per lap) system in each series. This IPL system will be scored individually in each series. The IPL system is designed to promote good race-craft, allowing drivers the ability to reduce incident point average, by continuing to run CLEAN laps.
Drivers will need to review their IPL average in danlisa as they check the individual series standings. This new system will free up the Replay Admins and the workload of writing and posting of numerous penalties.
The danlisa program, used for our scoring system is a very in depth program that records almost everything you do, while participating in one of the OBRL series. The goal of all drivers in each series must maintain an IPL average at or below the number specified in chart below.
How IPL System Work In Each Series:
• Completion of 4 races in a series – Driver establishes an IPL (incidents per lap) average
• Drivers who exceed Series IPL Limit (After 4 Races) – Will be placed on a 4 race probation
• After 4 race probationary period – Drivers who exceed IPL limit will serve a No Grid Penalty for 1 race
• Will be reviewed at every 4th race. If above IPL limit you will be required to start every 5th race from the pits as a penalty.
IPL (incidents per lap)
IPL Limit 0.037
Laps Needed To Remove One IPL (0.001) Is Based on a % of Total Laps Raced. If you quit a race prematurely, you can not lower your IPL. It is to your advantage to run as many laps as possible without further incidents to lower your IPL. IPL is based on total laps for the whole series length.
National & Truck Series
Allowed 1 race suspension, return for the remaining 3 races on probation to get IPL average at or below the series limit
Last Race of a 4 Race Probationary Period
After the last race of a 4 race probationary period a driver can appeal his incidents, in the last race. This appeal is for a review of the responsibility of the incidents in the last race only.
All drivers who exceeds the IPL limit in a series, (after establishing an IPL average) will be put on a 4 race probationary period.
After the completion of a every season series, the IPL process resets and starts all over again in each series.
All drivers will need to review their IPL average. It is the drivers responsibility to know and control their IPL.
To View IPL Average:
• Go to the OBRL website
• Select Standings
• Then select Series
• IPL can be rearranged by clicking on Inc/Lap
Truck Series Playoffs
After Week 9 – The top 8 drivers qualify for the playoffs to compete for the Series Championship
Weeks 10 and 11 – 2 drivers will be eliminated each race
Week 12 – The 4 remaining drivers will compete for the Championship, with the highest finishing driver being crowned the Series Champion
Note: the top eight drivers after Week 9 will all start with zero points, then the highest finishing 6 drivers (points wise) after week 10 will advance on to next race. Same thing for race 11 except the highest finishing 4 (* See Note) drivers will advance to the final championship race.