GENERAL PAINTING GUIDELINES
The Ricmotech Oval Championships various series take pride in presenting not only excellent competition on track for drivers, sponsors, and viewers but also in an immersive and visually appealing product for those same drivers, sponsors, and viewers. As sim racing gains a wider audience, it is more important than ever that all members show appropriate consideration for the league's vision and the requirements necessary to achieve it. Please take a few minutes to read the following guidelines and watch the embedded video; this will greatly reduce any confusion in regards to presentation requirements and will make the process of submitting liveries much more successful.
You will need to go to https://app.xtremescoring.com to create or login to your account to submit your paints. All paints that drivers wish to run to include their car, driver suit, and helmet must be submitted for approval no later than 24 hours prior to the beginning of any event.
XMS Racing does not use Trading Paints for broadcast events. We have our own custom paint software we provide free of charge to all members and broadcast partners.
All paints must be free from political, racist, sexist, nudity, profanity, and any other content that may not be suitable to all viewers.
All liveries must be submitted as a tga 2048 x 2048 format. If you use a spec map for your paint you will be to submit your mip file.
Any paint using custom numbers must have the correct number on their car that they are registered with in the series and the numbers must be easily readable from the iRacing TV cameras. Only two digit numbers may be used. (00-99)
Before submitting your paint all iRacing decals, manufacture headlight/taillight decals, and the league contingency decal guides must be removed from your paint. Your paints should be your design and sponsors only.
The league will apply all required contingency decals approval of the paint.
Drivers are responsible for making any required corrections on submitted liveries; XMS cannot provide paint services to bring submitted liveries into compliance.
We are more than happy to provide any guidance or clarification needed; contact Bobby Childs, Media & Graphics Development, at any time to discuss.
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