Redid the sign-up sheet a bit to take the new AI values into account. Anyone who wants to join now, please fill out the following as a comment on this journal. This includes people who wish to add another character of theirs to the field.
RULES: Characters MUST be at least 15 years old. A height of at least 4'0" (1.22 meters) is preferred, though exceptions may be made. Interest in, or knowledge of, NASCAR/auto racing is not required; this is all in fun!
Team name (Can be shared amongst multiple characters if you wish to submit more than one.):
Primary sponsor, if any:
Secondary sponsor, if any:
Personal add-ons, if any:
Aggression level: High/Med/Low Patience when blocking/passing; high can lead to driver errors.
Consistency level: High/Avg/Low Ability to run consistent lap times; possible to run consistently SLOW. Also affects driver error chance.
Finishing strength: High/Med/Low Ability to finish well. High may start weak and try to finish strong, and vice-versa for Low. Med would be mostly consistent throughout.
Road course: Strong/Avg/Weak Overall performance for road course tracks.
Speedway: Strong/Avg/Weak Overall performance on 1-mile to 2.5-mile oval/tri-oval/quad-oval tracks that do not use restrictor plates.
Superspeedway: Strong/Avg/Weak Overall performance on oval/tri-oval/quad-oval tracks at least 2.5 miles long, including restrictor plate tracks.
PLEASE LIST ONE TRACK TYPE AS STRONG, ONE AS AVG, AND ONE AS WEAK.
Pit crew stats
Consistency level: High/Avg/Low Likelihood of making mistakes during pit stops.
Speed: Fast/Avg/Slow Speed of changing tires, adding fuel, making adjustments, and repairing damage; Fast can lead to chance for mistakes.
Strategy: Risky/Avg/Reserved Willingness to take risks during pit stops in order to improve track position. Can be taking none/two/four tires, splash-and-go/fill-up, not fixing certain damages, pitting early/late, etc. Can lead to blown tires, running out of gas, or other ways of losing positions if set more to Risky. Reserved will take fewer risks in an effort to maintain position, but could lose positions for lengthier pit stops if others take on less.