130421 - 22 - Class C - Little Italy Apr 20, 2013 23:55:01 GMT
Post by Jussi on Apr 20, 2013 23:55:01 GMT
Track: Little Italy
Allowed cars: All Class C cars from Classic era (5 skill mods required).
Restricted cars: -
Mode: Singleplayer only, Multiplayer and Private match are not allowed
Power Ups: None (impatient racers may use shield and ready, if there is traffic)
Screen 1: Performance shop showing the installed upgrades and performance values of the car
Screen 2: Skill workshop screen showing the 5 skill mods installed on the car
Screen 3: Unaltered full size after race screen (using the resize tagging provided below).
Wait for 20 seconds before taking the screen or for the first AI driver to finish
Written confirmation: Total time - Driver - Car - Overall - Level
(Please use the same name in all confirmation lines, even if you use different drivers)
Additional confirmation: All entries have to be recorded at the reference board HERE!
(You need to register your drivers for the leaderboard here.)
Leaderboard option 1: In case reference board fails, link to personal leader board at nfs-s.com/nfsw must be posted below the confirmation line. Unranked times will not be accepted. If there's no leaderboard positions on your leaderboard, you need to consult the leaderboard staff about it.
Leaderboard option 2: Register for the leaderboards at nfsunlimited.net and join ISRC Leaderboard. Then you can simply add www.nfsunlimited.net/leaderboards/team/ISRC below your confirmation line instead of your personal nfs-s.com URL.
Deadline: April 22, 2013, Midnight GMT (switched from Thursday to Monday)
Prizes: N/A or TBA
Note: These rules are subject to change with or without prior notification.
Here's an example of the screens you need. They have to be readable size. Please use full size screens with the tags provided below this example. Also do not forget the written confirmation!
2:43.14 - JUSSI - Plymouth Hemi Cuda - 499 - 60
Use this tagging for posting and resizing pictures: [img width=700 height=438]PICTURE_URL[/img]
If you use 4:3 resolution, you can use height=525 to maintain the aspect ratio. For 16:9 resolutions,
the correct parameter is height=394.