You have to join the discord on raceday during the race and for the briefing. The server link is on our website. Real name is mandatory.
Every Team will get his own Sub channel
Not behaving reasonably will result in a penalty and/ or in a ban (situation based)
The admin team consists of Björn Wahlmeier, Matthias MacKenzie and Christoph Mueller
The Race Control for post race checks consists of Björn Wahlmeier, Christian Matten and Jürgen Wahlmeier
Every manipulation of the game files that are getting you an advantage over other participants will result in a lifetime ban
5: Procedure of the race day
Free Practice: Our servers are 24/7 online giving you enough time to prepare.
You have to practice at least 20 laps before the briefing starts. You can check your amount of laps in our hot lap viewer linked on the homepage
Your fastest lap needs to be within 107% of the overall fastest lap.
Qualification will take part at Sunday 19:00 CET/CEST. You have 15 minutes time to set your time. There is no limitation of laps
Pressing ESC during qualifying is NOT allowed
Pressing ESC aborts the qualifiying session, the driver will not be allowed to do any qualification laps for the race
The Qualifying session is a closed session. Joining is only possible after the session has ended
Tracklimits are the white lines. But Curb is part of the track. If anyone cuts in his fastest lap, he will recieve a penalty
The warm-up session is 5 minutes long.
There will be 2 races per evening (both 30 minutes)
Flying Start, with double-file formation
The formation lap will be in the pit limiter
The leading pole setter car disengages the pit limiter at a given point on track, which starts the race, any car is allowed to accelerate and overtake
The start line for each race will be published before the race
There is one Warm-up between both races
In the second race the starting positions based on the result of the qualification
Stay on the server during the race to prevent lag spikes
The evaluation of the Qualification and the Races will be published in the week after the race. You are allowed to send protest from 6:00 CET/CEST on Monday until 18:00 CET/CEST on Wednesday. You also can cancel your protest during this time. Only involved drivers are allowed to make protests
The best lap of the top 15 (Qualifying) will be reviewed. The Race track is limited by the white lines. Curbs count as part of the track. You have to have at least 2 wheels on the track. If a driver cuts, he will get a penalty for the next race
The first lap of the Race will be reviewed by the Race Stewards
A driver who is part of the race control cannot review protests against himself and has no influence the decision about a potential penalty.
Penalty given by Race Control are final.
Case of server failure
If the server crashes between race sessions, an additional qualifying session will be enforced in the case the grid order cannot be restored properly
If the server crashes mid race, the race will be repeated at the end of the calendar
If the server crashes mid qualifying, the session will be repeated
6. Flag rules
Checkered flag: Race is over. You have to get back to the pits without any external help. Destroying the car after the race is not allowed.
Yellow flag: Reduce your speed. NO overtaking.
Green flag: You can pick up the speed again.
Red Flag: Race is stopped.
Blue Flag: You have to let the car pass you within the next 3 to 5 corners.
Black Flag. You are disqualified from this race.
Warning: A driver will receive after the second warning a Drive Through Penalty on next race participation
Absence in briefing: 1 warning
Overtaking before official race start: +5 s per position will be added on the final race time
Jump start: Drive Through Penalty on next race participation
Unsportsmanlike behaviour: Race ban for next season race
Resuming qualifying after aborting a lap with ESC: Qualifying ban on next race participation
Chatting during qualyfing or race: Warning
Cutting during qualifying: Warning
Cutting during race: More than 6 cuts per race will result in 3 s time addition per cut. Cutting on purpose will result in a DQ
Ignoring blue flags: Warning
Ignoring yellow flag: Warning
The penalising of incidents not listed here depends on the situation and the race controls review and will be posted after review in the race thread
Serving a penalty
You have to serve your penalty within the first 3 laps of the race
A ban for a session means you are allowed to exit the pit
If a penalty is given after the race you have to serve that penalty at your next race entry