LEAGUE RACING COMMUNITY: WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. (SIGN UP HERE)


It’s a battle of the best! The WeatherTech SportsCar Championship began in 2014 and is the premier sports car series resulting from the merger of Grand-Am Road Racing and the American Le Mans Series. Featuring some of the greatest drivers in the world and the most historic venues in North America, the Tudor United SportsCar Championship debuted January 25–26, 2014 at Daytona International Speedway. For the 2016 season title sponsorship changed from Tudor to WeatherTech.

Before each session of racing there will be a 30 minute qualification session. Drivers will have to set the fastest lap in their cars round the circuit in hope to get to pole for the following race. Drivers will be competing in 2 sessions altogether, them being Qualifying, and the Main Race. The position that the driver earns in qualifying will then be put in the grid position for race 1. As drivers progress through race 1. The points for each position after the races have finished can be found further down this post.

1st (35), 2nd (32), 3rd (30), 4th (28), 5th (26), 6th (25), 7th (24), 8th (23), 9th (22), 10 (21), 11 (20), 12 (19), 13 (18), 14 (17), 15 (16), 16 (15), 17 (14), 18 (13), 19 (12), 20 (11), 21 (10), 22 (9), 23 (8), 24 (7)

Team points are calculated in exactly the same way as driver points, using the point distribution chart and “starting points.” Each car entered is considered its own “team” regardless if it is a single entry or part of a two-car team.


  • Daytona International Speedway
  • Sebring International Raceway
  • Long Beach Street Circuit
  • Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
  • Watkins Glen International
  • Lime Rock Park
  • Road America
  • Virginia International Raceway
  • Circuit of the Americas
  • Road Atlanta


  • 2014 #45 Flying Lizard Motorsports R8 LMS ultra
  • 2014 #55 BMW Team RLL Z4 GTE
  • 2014 #56 BMW Team RLL GTE
  • 2014 #3 Corvette Racing Corvette C7.R
  • 2014 #93 Dodge SRT Motorsports Viper GTS-R
  • 2014 #62 Ferrari Risi Competizione 458 Italia GTLM
  • 2011 #45 Porsche Flying Lizard 911 GT3 RSR
  • 2014 #7 Bentley M-Sport Bentley Continental GT3
  • 2014 #84 Mercedes-Benz HTP Motorsport SLS AMG GT3

Please use the original design on the cars. If the two slots have been taken in the car you wish to choose, you may still choose that car, however must have a design applied to the car that is within the league of racing. This paint job must then be checked over by the admin to confirm on whether it is detailed and correct to the design it is replicating.

The Pro classes typically feature a professional driver line up while the Pro-Am classes pair a professional driver and amateur driver. To help fans easily identify a class of car, the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship implemented a new color system. A Pro class is designated by RED markings on the number panel, mirror, windscreen banner, rear wing end plate, class decal, and leader light. A Pro-Am class is designated by Green markings on the number panel, mirror, windscreen banner, rear wing end plate, class decal, and leader light.

Suggested Line: On
STM: Off
TCS: Off
ABS: Off
Shifting: Manual
Steering: Normal & Simulation
Forced Camera View: None

There is to be no adjusting the cars performance/transmission/drive-train/restrictors/wheels etc.

Always have a microphone when racing as communication is key, however, communication needs to be kept to a minimal mid race and spacial awareness needs to be considered.

Before the race commences, drivers will have the opportunity to take a formation lap around the track to heat up their tires, warm up their brakes, and get a final comfort level with themselves on the track. This will consist of keeping a two-car length between you and the driver in front. Speed limit’s cannot exceed anymore than 90mph, however it will be the leader of the grid leading the cars round if there is no safety car provided for the race. The leader of the pack is expected to sensibly set a good example for the other drivers as in the past formation laps can challenging for some more than others. If at any point you should fall behind, you may exceed your speed limit to catch back up to the pack. How ever, if you do find yourself falling behind and losing the pack, when catching back up to the pack you must not take your position back. You will be put at the back of the grid.

During the race, there may be a moment where the yellow flag is called. Drivers are expected to learn each sector of the track and call out if there is a yellow flag condition in place in that sector. Sometimes a safety car may need to be deployed in which case the whole circuit will be under yellow flag conditions. It is important to remember that it is crucial that drivers follow the rules of no over taking and the leader is to catch up to the safety car or lead the pack around. Drivers are to take this opportunity to enter the pits to fix any damage that they may have acquired through out the race, however when back on track must start from the back of the grid, if they are to fall that far back, otherwise, what ever position you come back out on track is the position you are to stay in until green flags are announced and confirmed and the safety car is safely in the pits. Two corners before the pits the leader is expected to take control of the pack and lead the other drivers throughout the final sector as the safety car will be coming back into the pits at this point. The safety-car can take as up to 3 laps pacing before coming back into the pits. When the safety car is in the pits, the leader is to then keep a steady formation going through out the pack and is not to call out to the pack when the green flag are waved as the leader has the control of when to get the race back underway, the leader however can not do this two corners before the pits and must do it reasonably (for example exit of final corner).


If you wish to sign up to the league then by commenting on the car you wish to confirm a place in, you hereby agree to the terms and conditions of the FORZA MOTORSPORT 6 WEATHERTECH SPORTSCAR CHAMPIONSHIP 2016. Any driver found exploiting/breaking these terms will be severely penalized with either a point deduction, disciplinary, or disqualification from the race or season.