@DavidCore89 plus anyone else interested...
There's a fair bit of reading in the regs, mostly to do with how we are managing the performance ballast between races. I'll type up a quick summary of what going on and post the full regs in spoiler tags below.
Two classes of cars in each race. A split of skill levels so the more experienced, faster drivers are in the Pro class. The more casual style of racer will be in the Am class. The more serious drivers tend to be quicker so they will be all racing together. You'll need a Group 3 and a Group 4 car. You'll be racing both over the course of one evening.
Before the series you'll have to decide which manufacturer you'd like to use. The car selection has been limited to cars of roughly equal pace. Both of your cars need to be the same marque and using the adjusted power and weight for the car.
The cars horsepower will stay the same throughout the championship but the weight will vary dependant on your last finishing position in that class. Top 3 will add, 9,6 & 3% to their starting car weight, bottom 3 in a race remove 9,6, & 3% from their weight. This is to make sure the faster drivers are on a more equal footing to the slower drivers.
Races are 10 minutes of qualifying followed by a 20 minute race. Tyre and fuel wear will both be on but only set to x1. Only racing soft tyres are being used for this championship. There is no requirement to pit. After race 1 you switch to your other car.
The first race will be Circuit de Sainte-Croix B Reverse Monday 12th November. Race lobby should be open at 7:30 uk time with qualifying starting at 8pm
Based on your experience in sim racing and being a wheel user you'll be going into the Pro class.
The two people you'll need to add to PSN are ajh_1990 he will be running the race lobby and controlling the settings & Mythaga who will be looking after the Pro drivers, making sure everyone is on the correct weight and power settings as well as hosting the party chat for that group of drivers. I'll be looking after the Am class of drivers.
Full regs are here: