- Active track: defines which track should be the active one. This is important for track records to be saved for the right track. The active track can also be changed when starting a new qualifying or race.
- Ignore ghost car: if set to “yes”, the ghost car will be ignored when it crosses the finish line.
- Ignore safety car: if set to “yes”, the safety car will be ignored when it crosses the finish line.
- When should lap based races end:
- After the first driver finishes all laps: the race ends as soon as one driver reaches the lap goal. All other drivers can’t finish their races.
- After all drivers finished all laps: the races ends as soon as all drivers finished all laps.
- After one driver finished all laps and all other drivers finished their current lap: the race ends as soon as one driver finished all laps and the other drivers finished the lap they’re currently in.
- Power off track after event end: if set to “yes”, the START signal is sent to the control unit after the event ended, so that all cars are stopped. This is useful to avoid collisions with cars standing on the track when their drivers have already finished the event.