Players can adjust the Race Weekend Type, Race Length, Race Field Size, Stages, Weather, Temperature, Damage Model, Tire Wear and Fuel Consumption, NASCAR Rules, and Simulated Qualifying.
Race Weekend Type has four options: Two Practices, Qualify & Race; Practice, Qualify & Race; Qualify & Race; Race Only. The Race Length has the following options: 2%, 5%, 15%, 25%, 50%, 100%. Players can adjust the field size from 1 to 40. Weather can change between Clear Skies, Partly Cloudy Skies, and Overcast Skies. Temperature can change from Dynamic to Constant.
Damage Model options are No Damage, Visual Damage, Complex Damage, and Realistic Damage. Simulated Qualifying gives players the option to choose between Last Position, First Position, and Random Position. In order to turn Stages on, players need to make the race at least 15% in length and turn on NASCAR Rules. Turning on NASCAR Rules will also turn on black flags for speeding on pit road.
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