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CONSISTENCY ON DECISIONS

Discussion in 'Simracing Team Challenge' started by David Garcia, Jan 16, 2010.

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  1. Hello guys,

    it will be up t the Team Spokesmen to be consistent on the penaltys to apply in each case. As said in a previous investigation, you should follow next guide when deciding:

    1.- You have to valuate the factors in the incident, cause & effect.

    2.- Effect would be the damage and the lost time and positions.

    3.- Cause would be the reasons that made this happen.

    4.- Then you have to assess the cause of the accident and if it was a mistake, avoidable, race incident, reckless or a mix of everything... and maybe if you get it in the right direction you will make a good election when voting. You have to valuate the factors in the incident, cause & effect.

    Remember when you make a decision, you have to consider it next time you have to vote to grant you are consistent applying your point of view.

    Cheers!
     
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