Karting World Challenger Championship
|Drivers' champion||No Champion|
|Constructors' champion||No Champion|
The Karting World Challenger Championship [KWCC] is an offline series run by Instagram karting page, @karting.world. The series is a league where the AI races for those who signed up, driving on the NR2003 game that visually showcases qualifying and races, where spectators can watch AI overtake, crash and possibly win the races. Each team will consist of 2 drivers, battling it out for the KWCC driver, and teams championship through 6 rounds. The AI will be racing the 2020 NASCAR Premier Series models. All races will be packed into episodes on YouTube, where spectators can see how drivers go in qualifying, the heat races, and ultimately the final.
Teams and Drivers
Each team is allowed a maximum of 4 cars. Each car however, may consist of multiple drivers.
The following six circuits make up the schedule for Season 1 of the Karting World Challenger Championship. The current list is a provisional calendar that is subject to change. Any track with a * next to the name is yet to be 100% confirmed.
|1||Road Atlanta||20 Laps [ 81.76KM ]|
|5||Canadian Tire Motorsport|
|6||Old Spice Raceway*|
40 Minute Practice
15 Minute Qualifying
30 Minute Race
|Round||Pole position||Fastest lap||Winning driver||Winning constructor|
On the race premieres, there will be a poll distributed at 75% race distance to the viewers asking for the 'Driver of the Day'. The person with the highest amount of votes will receive this award, with 1 point to their championship tally.
- Anyone with ° next to their finishing position means they scored further points as a result of their qualifying effort
- Anyone with * next to their finishing position means they scored further points for being the Driver of the Day.
[ #1 ] - This is officially considered the first season of the Karting World Challenger Championship.
[ #2 ] - Ties are broken by considering the best placement of the drivers. If that doesn't solve a tie, then the 2nd best placement, and so on will be used. If they have exactly the same results, the highest placed driver in the 6th round of the season will win the tiebreaker.
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