ASCA SEASON 6 TRYOUT DATES & TIMES.
MARCH 31ST - 7:30PM ESTTRYOUT DATE & TIME
APRIL 7TH - 7:30PM ESTTRYOUT DATE & TIME
APRIL 14TH - 7:30PM ESTTRYOUT DATE & TIME
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW.
season 6 asca tryout information
WHAT ARE TRYOUTS?
Tryouts are an opportunity for new members and drivers, to showcase their ability behind the wheel of an Alliance Stock Car Association Race Car. These races act as a proving ground for aspiring ASCA drivers and can grant them eligibility in one of ASCA's two premier racing series. the ASCA Cup Series, or the ASCA National Series.
HOW DO TRYOUTS WORK?
Drivers will funnel into one main lobby, before the start of tryouts. Once all drivers arrive at the designated track, tryouts will begin at the scheduled date and time.
After drivers arrive for tryouts, they will be divided into groups of 16, Alphabetically from the main lobby.
Each lobby will begin with a 15-minute practice session, for drivers to get accommodated to their cars, before the main race.
At the conclusion of the 15-minute practice session, drivers will line up at the end of the pit road in order based on their fastest practice time.
Each race will have its adjusted number of laps depending on the track. Chicagoland will be 40 Laps, Auto Club will be 30 Laps, and Dover will be 50 laps.
During the race, this is where drivers will mainly be scored (Practice also impacts your rating, but not as drastically.)
At the conclusion of the race, results and scoring will be completed.
When the race is completed, the session host will go back to the main designated lobby and grab the next group of 16 drivers.
This format will keep repeating itself until all drivers have had an opportunity to tryout.
If you have any questions or concerns, don't ever be afraid to just ask.
HOW ARE DRIVERS SCORED?
Drivers are scored on their ability to race around people.
Drivers are scored on their ability to follow instructions.
Drivers are scored on their ability to pace properly around the track under caution periods.
Drivers are scored on their performance throughout the race and practice.
Drivers are scored on their intelligence. Being stupid will not help your scoring.
season 6 asca license format
WHAT ARE LICENSES?
Licenses are what grant a driver eligibility to one of ASCA's two premier series. the ASCA Cup Series, and the ASCA National Series. A license is REQUIRED and EARNED throughout tryouts using the scoring format mentioned above. The license system will majorly be the same for next season, although an adjustment to the B Licenses, with the reinstated addition of ASCA National Series Teams.
An A License grants any driver the ability to race in the ASCA Cup Series. Although eligibility is granted throughout the license system, it is still the driver's responsibility to try and get themselves signed to an ASCA Cup Series team. An A License is NOT a free pass into the ASCA Cup Series.
B Licenses function the same as A licenses do. A B License grants any driver the ability to race in the ASCA National Series. but they do not have the clearance for participation in the ASCA Cup Series. Similar to the Cup Series, it is a B License driver's responsibility to try and get themselves signed to an ASCA National Series team. A B License is NOT a free pass into the ASCA National Series.
HOW MANY DRIVERS ARE GIVEN LICENSES?
For the upcoming Season 6 of the ASCA Cup Series and National Series, the National Series will move to a 40 car roster, and the Cup Series will remain 30, meaning 70 drivers will have an opportunity to race in one of ASCA's two premier series. An estimated total of around 80 licenses will be distributed at the conclusion of tryouts. There is an abundance of extra licenses awarded to give team owners a large sum of drivers to choose from to fill up their team's roster. Licenses are handed out based on a driver's performance and ability to follow directions (as mentioned above).
WHAT DRIVERS CURRENTLY HAVE A LICENSE?
A large sum of current ASCA Cup Series or ASCA National Series drivers will retain their licenses or receive a promotion or demotion. Some drivers will have to redo tryouts and undergo reevaluation.
You can view the currently active licenses here.
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