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Formula 1

Start Your F1 Career

You wanna start racing in F1? Start your GAVRA Racing career by signing up to the F1 Academy or the Weekend League.

Championships

  • Master League
  • Classic League
  • Super League
  • Premier Series
  • Freshman League
  • Academy
  • Weekend League

The Master League is the ultimate championship of Gavra Racing. You can enjoy the closest and fastest racing with Gavra Racing’s most experienced drivers.

Championship Info

  • Race Distance: 50% 
  • Day/Time Of The Races: Fridays, 21:30 CET.
  • Driving Assists Allowed: -
  • Era: F1 2020.
  • Qualifying: Short Qualifying
  • Vehicle Damage: Full

For more details visit the section rules of the Master League page.

The Classic League is a race series that is focused on the cars from the golden periods of motorsport. Lots of fun and highly entertaining, you can experience the thrill and danger of classic circuits, and the excitement of raw mechanical power from bygone ages.

Championship Info

  • Race Distance: 50%
  • Day/Time Of The Races: Fridays, 21:30 CET.
  • Driving Assists Allowed: Traction Control (Medium), Gear (Automatic).
  • Era: Vintage Cars.
  • Qualifying: Short Qualifying
  • Vehicle Damage: Full

For more details visit the section rules of the Classic League page.

The Super League is home to drivers looking to make their way to Master League level. Tightly contested racing is enjoyed by all drivers.

Championship Info

  • Race Distance: 50%
  • Day/Time Of The Races: Thursdays, 21:00 CET.
  • Driving Assists Allowed: Traction Control (Medium), Gear (Automatic).
  • Era: F1 2020.
  • Qualifying: Short Qualifying
  • Vehicle Damage: Full

For more details visit the section rules of the Super League page.

The Premier Series is a championship for drivers with a good driving skill. It's a good alternative for drivers who don't feel ready to participate in the Super League.

Championship Info

  • Race Distance: 50%
  • Day/Time Of The Races: Wednesdays, 21:30 CET.
  • Driving Assists Allowed: Traction Control (Medium), Gear (Automatic).
  • Era: F1 2020.
  • Qualifying: Short Qualifying
  • Vehicle Damage: Full

For more details visit the section rules of the Premier Series page.

The Freshman League is typically used as the first rung on the Gavra Racing ladder. You can get used to driving as part of a team and develop lasting social and competitive relationships around online racing. You will mix it on track with drivers at all levels of ability.

Championship Info

  • Race Distance: 50%
  • Day/Time Of The Races: Tuesdays, 21:30 CET.
  • Driving Assists Allowed: ABS, Braking Assist (Low), Traction Control (Medium), Gear (Automatic).
  • Era: F1 2020.
  • Qualifying: Short Qualifying
  • Vehicle Damage: Full

For more details visit the section rules of the Freshman League page.

This is where everyone starts on the road to a Gavra Racing license. Clean, safe and respectful driving is the focus of the Academy. The Academy runs several times during the year.

Championship Info

  • Race Distance: 25%
  • Day/Time Of The Races: Mondays, 21:30 CET.
  • Driving Assists Allowed: ABS, Braking Assist (Low), Traction Control (Medium), Gear (Automatic).
  • Era: Multiplayer Custom Cars.
  • Qualifying: Short Qualifying.
  • Vehicle Damage: Low

For more details visit the section rules of the Academy page.

The F1 Weekend League are mini-championships that run for 5 weekends. They’re composed from 10 rounds, 2 races for round (Race 1 25%, Race 2 25%). In these championships drivers will be able to use some assists that are not allowed in our main series.

Championship Info

  • Race Distance: 2 races (25% each).
  • Day/Time Of The Races: Saturdays & Sundays, 21:00 CET.
  • Driving Assists Allowed: Driving Line (Only Corners), ABS, Braking Assist (Low), Traction Control (Medium), Gear (Automatic).
  • Era: F1 2020.
  • Race 1 Qualifying: Short Qualifying.
  • Race 2 Qualifying: One-Shot Qualifying.
  • Vehicle Damage: Low

For more details visit the section rules of the Weekend League page.

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