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FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

General

GAVRA Racing is a community that organizes online racing leagues on PS4.

To start racing in GAVRA Racing sign up for the Academy which is organized for new drivers in the league. If it isn’t organized then you can sign up for the championship you want.

GAVRA Racing championships and events are announced into our Discord server GAVRA Racing.

You can join the GAVRA Racing Discord server by clicking the item Discord in the website menu.

Academy

The Gavra Racing Academy is the point of entry to our racing championships where drivers have to prove they have the skill to drive safely and fairly with others. It’s splitted in three parts:

  • Academy Time Trial
  • Academy Evaluation Races
  • Academy Series

For more details see the Academy page.

No it isn’t. Currently the Academy is organized for Project Cars 2 and Formula 1.

No there’re not teams.

Usually it lasts 3 months.

In the F1 Academy are allowed Traction Control Medium, ABS, Braking Assists (Low) and Automatic Gear.

In the F1 Academy are not allowed the Dynamic Racing Line and the Pit Assist.

It’s an online time attack where drivers have a time to beat.

You can join the time trial lobby through an invite sent by one of the GAVRA administrators who will host the session.

Once you pass the time trial you get access to the Academy Evaluation Races.

The evaluation races are the last step before entering in the Academy Series. You will compete with other drivers who have been graded with you in the time trials. The races are designed to evaluate several aspects of your driving; your commitment, on (and off) track attitude, and general ability. These things are important for the enjoyment of yourself and others in any Gavra Racing series you compete in.

The Gavra Academy Series is a program designed to prove your clean racing ability and commitment to a racing series. The series is typically 10 races, but depends upon scheduling requirements. You will have the chance to adapt your driving style, and test your ability to set up your car in different tracks.

Yes there’re. Usually every three races there’s a break week.

Academy races, including qualifying, last about 45 min.

Once you completed the Academy, if you get a successfull result (good participation and fair driving) you will get a GAVRA license that will give you access to all GAVRA championships.

Project Cars

To join Project Cars championships you can sign up here.

Yes there’re. Generally the 2nd part of the season is focused on Vintage Series.

Generally it is not possible but there may be particular circumstances in which it is possible to participate more than one championship.

It depends on the championship. Usually a championship has a minimum of 10 races.

Formula 1

To start racing in the F1 league sign up to the F1 Academy or the F1 Weekend League.

In the F1 Weekend League you can use some assists who’re not allowed in the F1 Academy. Also the format of the leagues is different and races take place in different days.

In the F1 Weekend League are allowed Traction Control Medium, ABS, Braking Assists (Low), Automatic Gear and the Dynamic Racing Line (Only Corners).

There’re 5 F1 championships in GAVRA Racing.

No they don’t.

For more details see the F1 page.

Yes there’s the Classic League.

Generally it is not possible but there may be particular circumstances in which it is possible to participate more than one championship.

It depends on the championship. Usually a championship has a minimum of 7 races.

GT Sport

To join a GT Sport championship you can sign up here.

In the GT Sport league are allowed Automatic Gearbox, ABS, and Traction Control.

It depends on the championship. Usually a championship has a minimum of 10 races.